If you are like me, you love audio books. I listen to them in the car, when I work out, wash dishes, clean the house, and just about everywhere I can pack in an audiobook. I have good news for you audiobookphiles. The Robin Hood of Couches is now on audible! And better yet, the narrator agreed to do the entire Tuners Trilogy, so stayed tuned for that (haha, tuned, get it?).
Reese investigates corporate fraud and discovers some joker has been giving away free couches to the needy, because when a person can no longer afford the subscription service fees, all their furniture disappears. The bearer of sofas ends up in a ditch when blunt force trauma snuffs out the poor’s best chance of not living in an empty room their whole life. Reese rolls up his sleeves. Time to get to work.
In other news, check out a buddy of mine, Paul Arvidson, his book, Dark, is on audible too and just came out! Give it a listen and write a review about what you think. Here’s the description: In the strange labyrinth of pipes on the planet called Dark, things are falling apart. Dun doesn’t want to be a hero, he just wants to find an answer to the terrifying dreams he’s been having. But the answers, the real answers, are going to take him places he’s never imagined and tear him from the only home he’s ever known.
Xmas Elf: Secret Agent is finally on audiobook! Did you know you can get it for free by just signing up for a free month at audible? Just click the image below and sign up for your trial. You definitely want this one because the narrator is fantastic!
The first volume of the collected Teristaque Chronicles is now out on audiobook. For those who’ve been following Spiral, you’ll recognize a lot of songs from many different albums. There’s even some of my wife’s stunning violin solo work.
The Teristaque Chronicles are a set of short stories that I’ve been writing to get my fix of Space Opera. I plan to write more in the series so be on the look out for future installments. For now, enjoy the audiobook. You can listen to a sample and download the whole book here.
Here’s the description: Kal has always been considered too fragile to participate in the village activities. Her lithe stature seems to link her to her father, and distance her from everyone else. He left the village to fight in the Teristaque Wars and never returned. She meets Sarge, a strange star species of the human race who seems to know the secret of the patch from her father’s uniform. Kal has always known she is different from her fellow villagers, and finally, she may be closer to finding out why.
You’re still here? Have a free download of the first Teristaque Chronicle story: Kal’s Fall.
Time Agency is now on audiobook. The production value of this one is an experience in itself. For anyone who has listened to any radio theatre, such as War of the Worlds, you’ll really like this one. In addition to crisp narration from Michael Burnette, there are sound effects, ambient noises, and all sorts of extras that made me almost forget that I was listening to a book. You don’t want to miss this one and can check it out here.
For all of those who’ve asked about sequels, for this book and for others. Yes, there are planned sequels for most of what I write. As far as the timing on the sequels (ie when you can read them), I can’t say. Right now, I write in the gaps of the day when I get a chance while working full time in addition to spending time with my family. So sequels are forthcoming, I can’t tell you when.
Finally, last and not very least. Othello and Zombies still needs nominations. If you have any friends or family that would like to get in on it. Now’s the time. The polls are closing. Oct. 8th to be precise.