One good thing about Covid19, it kept me out of my usual dives for most of last year. Instead, I had a year of writing. Lots and lots of writing. And this year you get all the ‘splodey goodness to come of it.
Thanks to everybody who hopped onto Amazon last week to grab a super-cheap copy of Zero Day Code, and double thanks to those who left a review. You're my favourites.
I still haven't cranked the price up to its full, gruesome retail setting. So if you'd like to take a break from the end of the world by reading about a much cooler end of the world, go grab it quick before I start gouging for profits.
This week, the whole series wraps up. For once in my life I actually finished a trilogy in less than five years.
I know, right?!
I'll put a signup sheet on my office door later and you can choose an appropriate time to congratulate me in person.
If you want to know how it all turns out for our heroes and antiheroes, you can follow the links to your local Audible below.
It'll be audio exclusive for a while, but for those who like the printed word, e-books and a jumbo edition of the whole trilogy will be coming.
Me? I love the narration by Rupert Degas. He is one of my favourite readers and I was stoked when I found out he'd be doing this series. It's a weird thing, having your own book read back to you. It's like 'reading' it for the first time. I get to experience the story the same way you do; as an, ahem, novel encounter.
Sorry, I'll get my hat and go now.
I just wanted to let everybody know that the start of the series is available on Kindle, and the finale can now be heard on Audible.
I'll get back to writing the next Axis of Time book. And hopefully you'll be able to read that one soon, too.