Audiobook,  Crow Creek,  Kindle Scout

Devils Glen Audiobook on Audible and iTunes!

The Devils Glen audiobook is available right now on Amazon/Audible and iTunes. I narrated it myself and let me tell you, that was quite the undertaking. The thing was way more work than I had anticipated, but I learned a lot and found something I enjoy doing in the process. Who knows? I might narrate all my future books–and books for other authors too!

Hopefully, those of you who don’t have the time to read but spend a lot of time commuting or traveling will enjoy getting a chance to listen to it instead. If you’ve never done the audiobook thing, check out Audible on Amazon. Of course, if you’re an iPhone/iPad/Mac person, iTunes might be the way to go for you.


I do wish I had a big announcement about CC, but things are going slowly and, unfortunately, I’m going to miss my goal of a March release. It’s going well, but there is still a lot that needs to be worked out. I feel better about this book than I did about Devils Glen at this same point in the process but still, there’s a lot of editing to accomplish before I’m confident it’s where it needs to be. I have received some great feedback from one or two beta readers, so that’s encouraging. I have posted a draft of the blurb on my page for Crow Creek here. The blurb is a work in progress, but at least you’ll get a sense of where I’m going with the story.

By the way, I have been using the writing software Scrivener for this book, and I love it! It’s changed the way I do my writing in a big way. I’m glad I decided to try it out. And of course, I always keep my copy of Strunk and White handy to help weed out all of those bad writing habits.


Someone asked me if I’ll be doing a Kindle Scout campaign again for Crow Creek, and I’m not sure just yet. It was a great opportunity last time, but I might self-publish this time. There are benefits to handling the rest of this series on my own. Plus, I’ve seen other Scout authors who didn’t get selected for their sequels and had to self-publish anyway–and in the end, all of them were happy it worked out that way. We’ll see. I go back and forth about it.

Have a great week! Don’t forget to check out the audiobook of Devils Glen here or on iTunes.

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