For your entertainment and information, here is the first 20 minutes of production audio from the audiobook conversion of Steal from the Devil. Personally I think James' performance is outstanding; by all means leave a comment with your views.
We're aware there are minor errors in the narration and these have been identified for correction as part of the normal process. The audio quality has been dropped slightly to enable use of the embedded player.
In the spirit of mutual support between indie authors, I've just uploaded new Kindle versions of all of the current Armada Wars volumes (including the Omnibus, which is sort of current because it's on preorder right now.)
What's different? They all now include a new section at the back called You May Also Like.
The first book to be added to this section is The Calypsis Project, by Canadian author Brittany M. Willows.
The Calypsis Project is the first volume in a duology (with the second part, TCP: Rebirth, due soon), and will also get an additional prequel volume, TCP: Pulse.
From today, anyone buying Kindle copies of SFTD, LOTD, TRD, or the current Omnibus will get the recommendation. Existing customers will find it appearing in their Kindle editions if they refresh on the next update I make (which will likely be the update to front/back matter when IDOD is released).
I know a lot of authors are reluctant to do things like this, because increased file size means reduced royalties. But really, what's a few pages in kilobytes? Also, you can offset this by using affiliate referral links. So literally everyone wins!
Come on indies, let's all work together here :D
This is something of a first for the current series of books: a sneak preview of the next episode!
This excerpt from The Ravening Deep is one of the first scenes in the book in which we really get inside Euryce Eilentes' point of view, and it broaches the subject of Throam's abandonment during the Battle of Meccrace Prime in List of the Dead.
It also brings into focus some elements of the story which by this point in the text have only been referenced casually: the footage of dreadships broadcast by the crew of the Leo Fortune, and the devastating phenomenon now referred to as The Falling.
And of course... what Armada Wars novel would be complete without the obligatory gym scene?
Hit the "read more" link to see the excerpt.