You asked for it and here it is: H.A.L.F.: The Deep Beneath audiobook! Narrator Andrew Tell did an amazing job brining this story to life. I especially like the way he switched so effortlessly between male and female characters. I'm particularly fond of how he portrayed Commander Sturgis and H.A.L.F. 9.
If you're an audiobook fan, please check out H.A.L.F. on audible.
Here's the link to the title on Audible:
Want it for FREE?! If you're not already an audible customer, you can get H.A.L.F. for free when you sign up for an Audible account. Here's a link to use and boosh - it's yours for no coin. :-)
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Saturday, June 13, 2015
I recently sat down for a chat with fellow geek Eddie Espinoza of Front Row Geeks. We talked Dragon Age, writing character driven fiction, writing for video games and generally had a nerdfest. You can check out the podcast here:
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
While I was busy taking care of family emergencies over the past couple of months, narrator Chloe Golden was hard at work finishing production of the audio book of Emily's House (Book 1 of the Akasha Chronicles). I'm so pleased to announce that at long last, the much requested audio book version of my first novel is available for readers who prefer to listen to books! You can download the audio book on iTunes or Amazon AND you can use your Audible credits as well and download on Audible (links below).
Narrator Chloe Golden did a great job bringing Emily, Hindergog and the rest of the characters to life. Here is a sample of Chloe's narration of my first novel (purchase links are below).
What do you think?
Purchase on iTunes:
This link will take you to Amazon where you can either purchase or use your Audible credits:
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