I’m very pleased to report that Blue November Storms is now available as an unabridged audiobook read by Steven Roy Grimsley for just $6.95 on Amazon.com, Audible.com, and iTunes.
I’ve always thought of this early work of mine as a “chills and thrills” B-Movie type of story and I think Steven Roy Grimsley ran with that idea when he recorded his excellent reading. This audiobook features the revised version of the text and the introduction by Ray Garton from the trade paperback and eBook editions that were published earlier this year.
Here’s the sales copy:
It’s been twenty years since the group of friends known as the Lightning Five last visited their hunting cabin together.
Twenty years spent living in the shadow of something they did in high school, an event that forever defined them in the minds of everyone in their small town.
Now they’re returning to the cabin to reminisce about old times and forget their troubles, but Mother Nature has other plans in mind.
Before too long supplies will be running low and the Lightning Five will have to make some hard choices… like who gets to live and who has to die.
Purchase the Trade Paperback:
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Purchase the eBook:
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Download the Unabridged Audiobook:
Amazon.com • Audible.com • iTunes
My post “The Cemetery Dance Publication eBook Line” was published on the Kobo Writing Life blog today. Check it out!
Many readers asked if my 10,000 word interview with William Peter Blatty from the Cemetery Dance Publications special edition of The Exorcist/Legion would ever be available again, so I’m pleased to report it’s been republished as an eBook for just 99 cents:
Fate and The Exorcist: An In-depth Interview with William Peter Blatty
by Brian James Freeman
When Cemetery Dance Publications managing editor Brian James Freeman sat down with William Peter Blatty for a quick interview, he already knew the New York Times bestselling author of The Exorcist, Legion, The Ninth Configuration, Elsewhere, and many other acclaimed novels was a fascinating person, as well as one of our most acclaimed writers of the last fifty years.
What Freeman didn’t expect was how open Blatty would be about his entire life and every aspect of his career, including both the highs and the lows. What started as a simple interview turned into a 10,000 word career-spanning discussion that touches on just about every project Blatty has ever conceived.
Starting with Blatty’s appearance on You Bet Your Life through the writing of The Exorcist and concluding with his current projects and his thoughts on fate and life in general, there is something for every William Peter Blatty fan in this incredibly in-depth interview.
Amazon.com • Amazon.co.uk • Barnes & Noble • Kobo • iTunes/iBooks
Some fun, unexpected news hit my inbox:
IndieReader has a regular feature called “Alike But Indie” where they select a bestselling traditionally published book and then list indies in the same (or similar) genre.
Yesterday, they posted “If You Liked Six Years, You’ll LOVE…”
The traditionally published book is Harlan Coben’s latest thriller, Six Years.
The independently published books they selected are:
Blood Money by Doug Richardson
Depth of Deception by Alexander Gallant
To Die For — a collection of 8 novels
Traces of Kara by Melissa Foster
The Summer We Lost Alice by Jan Strnad
The Painted Darkness by Brian James Freeman
Nice company on that list and a couple of new titles I’ve ordered to add to my To Be Read list. My thanks goes out to Keri English for including The Painted Darkness!