Shadow Song coming out in audiobook in 2018

So thrilled to announce Shadow Song will be coming out as an audiobook in March of 2018. It’s being narrated by Susan J. Iannucci. Susan is a California denizen, who has narrated productions all over the world from her professional sound studio. When released, Shadow Song will be available through Amazon, Audible and iTunes. I’ll have links up to both Amazon and Audible on my website under the page for Shadow Song. You will also be able to link to it…

Cover for Caliban!

Very excited to reveal the brilliant cover Jeff Minkevics has created for my forthcoming novella, Caliban. I think Jeff captured the essence of the story in his artistic concept, while also paying homage to the golden era of SF. At first Jeff wanted to give a tip of the hat to the great illustrative covers created by Doubleday artists, using a Puppet Masters feel, but when it was made apparent to Jeff that the main character…

September Progress Report

Because some of you have been asking about my next novel release, thought it would be a good idea to update you on my progress. Caliban is slated for release December 1, 2017. However, because my cover art mad genius, Jeff Minkevics, has been inundated this year, the cover for the novella is delayed, and thus the release of Caliban may be delayed a month or two. Eric Demarais has done a fabulous job of the layout, and…

From Mountains of Ice now an audiobook!

My first audiobook, From Mountains of Ice, is now live and available on iTunes, Audible and Amazon. Narrated by Diana Majlinger, the audiobook runs 9 hours and 11 minutes long, beautifully told with a European flair that is captivating, clear and a perfect complement to this tale of madness, betrayal and endurance. If you don’t already have an Audible account, you can get From Mountains of Ice for free with an Audible trial. How cool is that? Jeff Minkevics, Five Rivers’ art…

From Mountains of Ice soon as audiobook

I received the proofs for Diana Majlinger’s reading of From Mountains of Ice. Must say I’m delighted with the Iambik narrator’s delivery; there is a delicious European accent in her voice which gives the novel a very cosmopolitan feeling. I’m told by Gesine Kernchen at Iambik the novel should be available at Iambik’s website, and at Audible.com in the new year. Not sure at this point about pricing and such, but will be sure to…