Two more of my shorter books have been reincarnated as audiobooks in the last week: The Thorne Legacy and A Long Walk Down a Dark Alley. These now join The Prince of Luster and Decay as part of the Fugitive Fiction Audio Library. You can now listen to these exciting tales while jogging, washing dishes, building or painting miniatures, or even driving! And I want to give away several of these audio downloads for free!
Well, nothing is exactly free. I might ask just one teensy, tiny favor...
The Thorne Legacy is a military SF tale narrated by Mr. Lee Strayer of Atomic 27 Media, and (in written form) it was a quarterly finalist in the Writers of the Future Contest. You can check it out the audio-version on Amazon, Audible.com, and iTunes.
I also have a few more free codes for the fantasy sword and soldiery novella The Prince of Luster and Decay, narrated by Mr.Nigel Patterson. Also right there on Amazon, Audible.com, and iTunes.
How do I get these for free, you may ask? Well, all you have to do is send an email request to jdbrink888 (at) gmail (dot) com or use the email form gadget right next to this post. In return for the free download code, you agree to write a brief review on Amazon telling other potential readers/listeners what you thought of it. That’s it. Just give your honest opinions. If it sucked, tell us! You’re out nothing but the time it took you to type the words, “It sucked.” If you liked it, tell us a little more.
So: email, listen, review. Free. Easy, right?
I’ll give these codes out first come, first served, while they last.
Last but far from least, A Long Walk Down a Dark Alley has also just become available as an audiobook experience. It's a collection of four (used to be three, added a bonus story) noir-esque horror stories brought to life by Gardner Goldsmith at Earbook Productions. Gardner's voice characterization fits these stories so well, he's made this my favorite of the three. And, you guessed it, it's available at Amazon, Audible.com, and iTunes. I have not been given any free promo codes as of yet for this book, but if I receive any I will certainly let you know!