Great news! Fatal Reaction is now available in audiobook format. Narrated by the talented Julia Farmer, voice of The Walking Dead's "Sarita", the story has really come to life.
There are a couple of ways to get it, one being to buy it as a download and the other is to get it as your FREE book when signing up for an ACX trial membership (which may be cancelled at any time).
I promise, it's worth it. Julia and the Cerny/American Creative folks did an amazing job!
In other news, the opening chapter of Fatal Intention, the follow-up to Fatal Reaction is now out of my head. I had wanted to finish The Missing Year edits, but I missed Ana, Mike, Jared, and crew, and I was feeling a little destructive after a rough week. I figured what better way to cope than to light Dorian Carmichael's former office on fire? The question is, whose body did Anthony Dowling drag out of the flames? One chapter, one body. And so it begins.
The Missing Year is 1/3 edited. As the most uncooperative story I've ever written, it's taken me longer than expected to pound these words into shape. Someone once said that hard writing made for easy reading. If that's true, this story should be the easiest read ever. It is also my expectation to have it available to you by November, at the latest. My indirect romance has taken a turn for the mysterious! I'm starting to think I'm a mystery writer after all.
I will continue to work on Fatal Intention in the meantime. I am planning a tentative April 2015 release for that one.
After that, who knows? I've been kicking around the Strandville dilemma, having found many new readers with the series. Folks are calling for MORE ZOMBIES! Maybe I'll write them.
Too soon to know for sure.
In other Strandville news, Julia Farmer has signed on to narrate Cure. I am beyond pleased with what she and Cerny have done with my writing and am contracting with them almost exclusively to produce my work. Both Cure and Afterbirth will be available by Christmas.
Listen to the Fatal Reaction sample if you're interested. You'll hear how multifaceted Julia is and I'm betting you'll be as drawn in as I was.
Until next time, I'm off to edit.