Summer, I think it is safe to say, is not the productive season. People take vacations in summer. They set school aside. They leave the heavy lifting for fall. Unless, of course, they are the hard-working audiobook producers who have recently helped me bring three new titles to the listening public. In that case, they work as hard as ever.
Chaz Allen and Patrice Gambardella, Mercer Street and Class of ’59 are now available on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes. Thanks to Allyson Voller, The Mirror, which is now in the final stages of production, soon will be. All three talented producers beat their production deadlines by several weeks, for which I am especially grateful.
I have been busy myself. Three months after starting River Rising, my eleventh novel and the first of the Carson Chronicles, my third time-travel series, I have completed a first draft. I hope to publish the Kindle book, my longest at 138,000 words, by early October.