A lot has happened in the past 2 years, and I’m doing the best to make up for lost time. One part of my writing career that has lagged behind is the production of audiobooks. Actually, I started early on with my short story Borrowed Souls. It went live on Audible about 4 years ago. Since then, I’ve hired and subsequently fired a handful of producers that dropped the ball on making Linear Shift into audio. So, I kind of gave up.
That was until November of 2017 when I finally got another book produced. The Hunted Assassin launched, but there was no report from the gunshot. All that was heard was silence.
Then, in 2018, I had 4 more books produced. The Borrowed Souls, and the complete Humanity’s Edge Trilogy were all recorded and produced last year. Still, there was only a bunch of crickets. It wasn’t until I bundled the trilogy up that I finally started to make some headway. I’m still quite upside down on the audio part of this endeavor, but I can feel the tide is turning.
That brings me to the point of this blog post. I wanted to share the hard work of the audiobook producers for my novels. At least as far as I can without breaking any major contracts with my retailers. Here I present the first recorded chapter for 3 of my 5 audiobook productions. I am skipping the second and third volume of the Humanity’s Edge trilogy, because it’s the same narrator as the first in the series. Feel free to listen and share all across the internet if you enjoy what you hear. And if you decide that you want to hear one of the novels entirely, you can get the audiobook for FREE if you’ve not joined Audible yet, and my novel is your first audio selection in the program. Furthermore, the program is free for the first month, and there is no obligation to continue with the service.