Immortal and the Island of Impossible Things, the latest Immortal novel, is now available as an Audiobook, as of, oh, a few hours ago. Here’s the nifty cover.
And here are the nifty links:
I came to an important realization last week: there may come a time, in the next few months, when I have to publish something I actively do not want people to buy.
No, I don’t mean my next novel. (Good guess! But please buy it!) I’m talking about something else, a thing we industry professionals like to call the boxed set.
I basically have two kinds of blog posts:
While we’re all waiting for the official release of Immortal and the Island of Impossible Things, this week the new audiobook edition of Immortal has gone live and is ready for your ears.
As with The Spaceship Next Door, the new audiobook is narrated by Steve Carlson, whose interpretation of Adam is just great.
There’s been a metric ton of electronic ink spilled in the past few months about audiobooks, their merits, and whether listening to one is the same thing as reading a book.
The feedback for the audiobook edition of The Spaceship Next Door has been just tremendous. Really: have a look at some of the reviews.
One of the themes in the reviews is: why don’t I have more audiobooks out?
As I mentioned at the beginning of the week, The Spaceship Next Door is now an audiobook!
I also mentioned I’d let everyone know when “Whispersync” was available, and in saying that I was relying upon the received wisdom from many online resources, including the kind people over on the KBoards and on the FAQ on the Audible.com dashboard (ACX), and I apologize if that’s about three too many links and acronyms for whenever you happen to be reading this.
I’m happy to announce that The Spaceship Next Door is now available as an audiobook!
This was my first time down this path (sort of) and I am extremely pleased with the results. Steve Carlson is the best, and I was lucky to find him.