As I look at the correspondence I’ve shared with readers since Goldenshield released at the end of last year, I supposed one could conceivably argue that I’ve been entirely too quiet about sending out updates, etc, or even writing blog posts in recent months. And by “conceivably argue”, I mean that only would a fool would not immediately accept the notion as objective fact. Admittedly, I have, without question, been a fool on more than one occasion in my life — and undoubtedly will be again, all too soon — but I am not about to play one in this case.

Point being, it’s far past time to fill everyone in on what’s coming up soon!

First and foremost, I’m delighted to announce that Famine is now available as an audiobook at Audible, Apple Audiobooks, and other audiobook retailers.

If you’ve read Goldenshield, but haven’t found the time to sit down with a nice beverage and the thrilling tale of the last man alive trying to survive a world filled with starving, bloodthirsty monster, the audiobook version is your perfect solution. Produced and voiced by the warm, soothing tones of Michael Beckett, what better way to turn your commute into story time, while letting someone else deal with the horrors of traffic while you relax with the horrors of a post-pandemic apocalypse.

Oh, and to celebrate, the Kindle version of Famine is on sale until May 15th!

Speaking of Famine, if you’re waiting anxiously to find out what happens next, after a brief delay, I’m hard at work on Fury, and expect it to release before the end of the year.

With luck, it’ll hit the store shelves and your e-readers in time for Halloween 2021. Nothing is definite just yet, though, so keep watching for updates here and on my social media!

Finally, would you be interested in story episodes from a whole new fantasy world?

I’ve been invited to participate in the rollout of brand new style of Kindle storytelling, and I’ve got a story idea I’ve been plotting for years that would be perfect for a short, episode-based format where new episodes release every few weeks. Let me know what you think in the comments, or by taking the quick survey below.

That’s all I have for now. Don’t be strangers, though! I’d love to hear from you all, so hit me up on social me, leave a comment, or send me a email if there’s something on your mind. Until next time,  keep your blades sharp, your powder dry, and your wits about you!