Over the last few months, I’ve been working with Natalie Duke, a talented voice actress, to produce Gods of Blood and Bone in audio. We’re finished, now, and the audiobook is available. For people who like listening to their stories, the audio brings the characters to life in a whole new way, and I’m very pleased with it. I’ve read Gods of Blood and Bone probably over a dozen times, and since I wrote it before that, by now the last thing I want to do is read the 500-page book once again. When I listened to Natalie’s rendition, I actually found myself getting excited and laughing aloud again.
It’s available at Audible, Amazon, and iTunes.
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I also have a limited number of Audible free review codes remaining, for both the US and the UK. I’ve said this before, but books need reviews for the same reason people wear clothes. They reassure people the book isn’t a crazed lunatic, and give some hint about what kind of experience they might have if they decide to spend more time with it. If you’re an audio listener and want to get a free copy in exchange for an honest review, email me (email@example.com) and let me know. I only have a few codes left.
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If you just want to know about Gods of Myth and Midnight, it’s about time to get excited. I’ll be back in a couple days with concrete news about the third book in the series.