Sorry I've been dead for so long, I'm back now. I had to replicate my entire genetic sequence in LEGO in order to earn my way back to life.
Let's take care of business first:
New Traveler's Gate Trilogy audiobooks are coming June 1st!
The current versions are read by me, which is why we re-recorded so you could enjoy the sweet, sultry susurrations of Travis Baldree instead of my donkey-like bray.
If you already own the crappy Will Wight-narrated version, first of all, my condolences. That version will no longer be available for purchase on June 1st, and good riddance to it.
However, if you already have it, you won't lose it.
The new, far-superior Travis Baldree versions of all three books will be available on Audible Plus for free (for all Audible members) for six months, so if you don't want to buy the new version, you don't have to!
If you do want to, you can. Also, if you want to purge your account of evil, you could delete the Will-narrated version yourself. Manually. Or throw your device into a fire.
Additionally, for the first three months, the House of Blades audiobook will be free whether you have an Audible membership or not. You probably do have an Audible membership, but if you don't, free book! And if you do, free book also!
If you've never heard Travis Baldree read before, now's your chance to do it for free!
Well, on June 1st. Not now.
The audio should still be available for Whispersync discount, so if you own the ebooks, the audio version will be available to buy for "really cheap." Unless Whispersync screws up again, but that's not my department, don't sue me.
June 1st, by the way, is the nine-year anniversary of House of Blades.
In some ways, it doesn't feel like nine years. In other ways, it feels more like nine Great Cycles of the Cosmos.
Thanks to the new audiobooks, we also have new covers!
The covers will, of course, show up on Audible when the books launch, but if you haven't seen them yet, here's a Reddit link!
They were drawn by the fantastic Ari Ibarra, a fan of the series, whose further work is available for perusal at these fine locations:
What is up with Dreadgod?
I asked if I was allowed to tell you yet, and I was told that I was not permitted to say anything about how soon Dreadgod is going to come out. I have to wait until next month.
"Please," I said. "I have to say something. It's been so long and I've worked on so much."
"Get back in the airlock," they told me. Then they vented me out into space.
What are you working on that isn't Cradle?
Here's an un-subtle hint: I've used the phrase "plasma bolts" a lot.
"Then he felt a reaction from his cores."
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