So Many Updates!

Even though I’m working far too much in my non-writing life, and we have a puppy that is taking all of the rest of my time, I’ve still managed to get a few things completed in my writer’s life.

First off, of course, I published the second book in my Migration series, Migration: Knowledge.  It’s been for sale only on Amazon, and available on Kindle Unlimited.  But with that expiring today, the book has now been submitted to SmashWords!  And the nice thing about SmashWords is that it makes your book available at lots of other retailers, so it will be available soon on Apple Books, Kobo, and Barnes & Noble.

Second, because our schedules synced up so well, narrator Gary Noon and I were able to produce an audiobook for Migration: Knowledge as well.  You should be able to find it on Amazon, Audible, and Apple Books.

Finally, if you’re interested in listening to either audiobook, Migration: Beginnings or Migration: Knowledge – for free – then let me know!  I have promo codes available for each book.  All I ask is that if you would like the book, you consider leaving a review.  Reviews help authors out!

Time Waits for No Writer

So you know the old saying, “Time waits for no man” or whatever it is?  Yeah, it applies to writers.  Especially writers like me, who are mired in too much real life, and not enough writing.

I published Migration: Knowledge, the second book in my Migration series a few weeks ago, and it’s been mostly quiet.  I took advantage of the quiet to grab Gary Noon, who narrated Migration: Beginnings, and asked if he’d be willing to continue with the series.  I figured it might take a while, because life gets in the way for all of us.  But Gary was able to start sooner than I anticipated, and viola – finished between one blink and the next.  It was pretty amazing.

As a result, I was able to finalize the recording for Migration: Knowledge this afternoon, and it’s off to ACX/Audible for them to check.  Not only that, but we cleared the Audible deadline for audiobooks to make it in time for Christmas by a few days.  That warms the coal that in my writerly heart.

So if you’re like most people and are interested in audiobooks these days, how about the gift of a book for the winter holidays?  We’re almost there!

Migration: Beginnings – The Audiobook!

It took a bit of time to complete the whole process, but Migration: Beginnings is now available as an auidiobook!  If you’re interested, head on over to Audible to find it.

And if you’d like, ping me (email or Twitter), because I can give you a promo code to get the book at either a reduced price or for free (Audible just gives you the codes – I can’t tell how it actually works!).  They only work in the US or UK, so if you’re outside of one of these two countries, my apologies.

But I’m so glad it’s here!

Progress Is Being Made!

I’ve got a few projects on my plate, even though my plate is going to be full with more work than usual, if my part-time gig goes through.  But I’m going to keep writing and just keep things going!  I’m about halfway through the sequel to Migration: Beginnings, and am in the planning status for just about everything else that I’m going to write.  Keeping busy, as I’ve always said, is definitely a wonderful thing!

To go along with the second book, I’m in the process of turning Migration: Beginnings into an audiobook.  I’ve selected the narrator, and he’s already given me a sample of what the book sounds like.  I’m really digging it!  If you’re interested, you can listen to the sample here!