This morning I have approved all the audio files for the Audible version of Blood of the Wolf and it’s going through the ACX quality control process. All being well it will be available to download within the next couple of weeks!
I proof-listened to it twice, which can be a bit of a chore in a short period of time, but I enjoyed it greatly. Nick Ellsworth really does this final instalment in the Forest Lord series justice with his reading.
I hope you’ll check it out once it hits Audible (I believe it will be on iTunes too) and do let me know what you think of it. If you bought the Kindle version already you will be able to get the audio at a greatly reduced rate so bear that in mind.
To celebrate the imminent release of The Wolf & The Raven audiobook I’m giving away a couple of signed copies of the paperback version on Goodreads. Free to enter so click the link and good luck!
The audiobook has been completed, just waiting on it being approved so it should, all being well, be available from Audible and iTunes within the next few days!
The full audiobook will be available from Audible/Amazon within the next couple of days. For now, here’s a short sample. Have a listen and share with your histfic loving friends!
The full production lasts just 2.5 hours so it will be, I imagine, very cheap. If you ever fancied trying out an audiobook but didn’t want to pay £15 or whatever, this will be ideal!
The novella, Knight of the Cross is complete! A couple of my beta-readers managed to get through it in the space of a night and both said they loved it, which was a relief. I wrote the back cover blurb yesterday, just need to get it to the cover designers now so they can get it all ready to go and…that’ll be it! I’m hoping it’ll be available to buy from Amazon sometime next week and will cost just 77p/99c for the Kindle versions. It will also be out as a paperback and, before much longer, as an audiobook narrated again by the fantastic Nick Ellsworth. Keep an eye out for it, and tell your friends – Dagon is coming!
Speaking of audiobooks, Wolf’s Head has managed another number 1 – this time on Soundclick. I have an account there to post any music I write so I uploaded the short 5 minute teaser for the WH audiobook and just noticed today that it had, at some point, been at number 1 in their chart! Brilliant!
You can click the link here to hear it and, if you’re interested, check out my music (mostly heavy metal with some acoustic/folk style pieces as well). Enjoy, and let me know what you think! As far as I recall everything on those tracks was done by me – guitars, bass, mandolin, flute, vocals etc. If there’s some really good Led Zeppelin-style 12 string guitar playing it was probably recorded by my mate Bill Moore.