Bestselling and Award winning Italian Historical Fiction Author

Audiobooks of Vincent B. Chip LoCoco

                                               Audiobook of A Song for Bellafortuna

Cover of the Audiobook

Cefalutuna Press proudly announces the release of the Audiobook version of A Song for Bellafortuna by Vincent B. Chip LoCoco. 

Narrated by Bob Neufeld.

A sweeping epic historical fiction tale of love, drama, sacrifice, and redemption, set among the beautiful landscape of Sicily.

The Audiobook is available for digital download at 

Amazon and Audible

Audiobook of Tempesta's Dream 



Cefalutuna Press proudly announces the release of the Audiobook version of Tempesta's Dream - A Story of Love, Friendship and Opera by Vincent B. Chip LoCoco. 

Narrated by Bob Neufeld.

The inspirational story of a young aspiring opera singer from Italy who dreams of one day singing on the stage of La Scala in his hometown of Milan.

The Audiobook is available for digital download at 

AudibleAmazon, and Itunes.

Click any of the above links to go directly to the site.

Purchase today and start listening.

The Novel has been named as a Top Selling Novel in Historical Fiction and a Top Rated Novel in Italian Historical Fiction.


Narrator of the Audiobooks of Tempesta's Dream and A Song for Bellafortuna

Bob Neufeld began narrating books five years ago as a hobby and adjunct to his career in human resources.  His current list includes 35 solo recordings of fiction and non-fiction titles as well as numerous plays and providing the narration in dramatic readings of major novels.  The authors range from Dickens, Conan Doyle and Twain to Plato, Emerson and Machiavelli.  (For opera lovers, there is The Perfect Wagnerite by G. B. Shaw).  All are in the public domain and available for download free of charge at or   Total downloads recently hit 1.3 million.


With Vincent B. Chip LoCoco’s wonderful book, Tempesta’s Dream, Bob has turned pro. (Thank you, Chip!!) It’s a remarkably fitting book for Bob since he studied voice and opera in college (those Italian diction classes finally paid off) before moving to New York City and the real world.  (Hence the career in HR.)


Bob has recently moved back to his home town of Wichita, Kansas.