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“It’s alive!”

Or, rather, it’s dead. Whatever.

The point is that the audiobook version of my second novel, The Dying of the Light: Interval, is now available. Click below to buy it.


I had a great time working with John over at Falcon Sound Company to make this audiobook a reality, and with Andrew McFerrin, the narrator.

Andy did an audition for my buddy George Wright Padgett‘s book Spindown – which, by the way, is one of the best sci-fi books I’ve ever read – and I was so impressed with his work for that, I immediately asked him to audition for Interval. He did such a good job on that audition that I immediately contracted him to do the work for not only Interval, but also for all six of my short stories, as well.

You can listen to Outbreak One: Washington Territory now (on Audible, iTunes, and We’re in the final production stages for The Last Ginger, A Drop of Rain, and all the others. Believe me when I say, you will not be disappointed. Andy’s done a great job, and let me tell you, his voice for Driebach in Interval is nothing short of inspired.

If you’ve got an Audible membership, the audiobook is cheaper, but it’s not a bad deal, even without it. So swing on over there and pick up a copy – and make sure to leave a rating!

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