Saw this. Pretty sweet. It will be released the same time as the hard cover. Once again recorded by Oliver Wyman, who did a fantastic job on the rest of the series.
So yesterday I was messing around on Audible, and because I’m still an accountant at heart I opened up Excel for a minute. Across all my books there I’ve got over 28,000 reviews and I’m averaging four and a half stars. Not too shabby for somebody who isn’t a *real* author. 🙂
For those of you who aren’t regulars over there, my MHI and Grimnoir novels have done amazing. Dead Six and Swords of Exodus came out recently, both read by the amazing Bronson Pinchot. The stuff that I did for Warmachine is out now as well. Ray Porter read Into the Storm (and he even made the main character sound like Frank Sinatra like I asked!). Gabra Zackman read Instruments of War and she nailed it.
I’ve also written a few Grimnoir universe stories that will be appearing in audio in the future. They’re both really cool. One is done, turned in, and under contract (Jake Sullivan trying to stop a bunch of murders in 1937). The other is for a Baen anthology, and still needs to be edited. (but that one takes place in 1954, has a giant Imperium super robot fighting a Soviet super demon) And the Kaiju Rising anthology will be coming out in audio as well, and I’ve got a story in there about a samurai archer versus the Great Sea Beast, which I had a blast writing.
In non-audio news, I just did the final edits for a story which will appear in Jonathan Maberry’s V-Wars anthology. Jonathan is a great writer, check him out if you aren’t already familiar with his stuff. I got to write about a green beret turned vampire, and he is one bad dude.
This week I finished the above mentioned story for the Baen giant monsters anthology. And now it is back to work on the epic fantasy novel. Epic, heroic? I don’t know. It is a fantasy novel and lots of people get stabbed, so I’m enjoying it.