An agreement via ACX Audible has been established with a narrator to produce an audio version of Nexilexicon. An early March delivery is scheduled with the obvious additional Audible time to bring it to market. The narrator is American John Carter Aimone and I’m looking forward to working with him on the project.
Ebook available and the paperback version going live in the coming week. Time for a festive break from writing!
I’m currently at 80k words on my second novel. It’s been 16 months to date. I’m hoping to get it finished by the end of this year. If not, it’ll be a case of ‘new year, new book release’.
On the 6th & 7th of October, I’ll be attending my second convention, namely Grimmfest in Manchester. I’m excited at the prospect of meeting sci-fi and horror buffs and I shall be there for those days promoting my work. Hope to see some of you there! Check out the official site for full details of the event at: http://www.grimmfest.com
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I’m into chapter seven of my current WIP, around 49k words. It won’t be long before the story shifts in its timeline and I introduce new characters, taking it along a new path to the ultimate outcome of what started in 1847. At this point, my initial characters are spending time among indigenous tribespeople of the Amazon, to come away with the key to unlock a series of disastrous events in the future. I can’t really say more than that without giving away too much about the story itself.