The second book in the Immortal series is now officially available for your audio consumption. Narrated by Steve Carlson!
Here’s the cover, with links to follow.
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I’ve mentioned a couple of times now that I’m going to be reacquiring the rights to four of my novels, but after a few conversations I’ve had with a few people—offhand chats with persons not involved in publishing who are aware that I also exist as a writer—I came to realize I never discussed why I’m getting those rights back, and what that actually means.
I had this idea last summer, for a new thing. It was a cool idea, and I liked it, so I did something about it: I wrote the thing. Then, when I was done with it, I edited the thing, edited it again, edited it one more time, and then I commissioned a cover and told other people about the thing. I put it up for pre-ordering, so other people could ask for a copy of the thing, and in December, I published the thing.
Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America
Back in 2012, I was enjoying the first big success of my career. Immortal had taken off–not in the mega-best-seller sense, but in the “oh shit, I’m making real money” sort of way. That might not sound like a huge deal to you unless you happen to also be a writer, and then maybe it does.
About a year ago I realized it was probably not a good idea to go around talking about The Immortal Trilogy when I only had Immortal and Hellenic Immortal to show off. So I sat down and did the thing writers sometimes do and wrote a third novel, and I called it Immortal at the Edge of the World.
It’s a little early for reviews for a book not due out until October, but here are some nice words from a GoodReads reviewer for the third book:
The Immortal Chronicles #1
I realized the other day that it has been two years–almost to the day–since a new story featuring Adam had come out. The last was Hellenic Immortal and it debuted in May of 2012. Before that was Immortal, a book with a complicated life cycle. It was first available in October of 2010, but was re-released in a new edition in March 2012.