Sunday, October 22, 2017

Final 4 days for the Kickstarter



The Death of Dulgath Kickstarter was a huge success, and I admit that while I hoped for similar results from The Disappearance of Winter's Daughter, I wasn't expecting similar results. We had a huge day yesterday: More than 190 backers came in and pledged over $5,300.  That pushed us to the #2 most-backed US Fiction Kickstarter project, surpassing The Death of Dulgath by more than 50 people so far.

That's pretty incredible when you consider the new Kickstarter has only been running for 18 days and it took 43 days for the previous one. Given we have 4 days left (and end of Kickstarters tend to have increased traffic: The Death of Dulgath brought in more than $11,000 in its final day), I think we'll be able to raise the remaining $1,393 to surpass it in total pledges in addition to the number of backers.

For those who haven't been following the Kickstarter, here are some of the bonus items brought in by stretch goals:
  • $50,000 UNLOCKED! - Online, searchable glossary of terms and names. I love glossaries, but they are time consuming to produce. With a few more dollars we can justify taking the time to produce one. 
  • $55,000 UNLOCKED!- Inclusion of a backer's list in the ebook listing the names of all the people who made the project possible (you can, of course, choose to opt out) if you wish to remain anonymous. The name to be inserted will be collected during the survey process
  • $60,000 - UNLOCKED Bookmarks! We'll design up a bookmark that matches the book and provide them to every person who buys a physical copy.
  • $65,000 - UNLOCKED Digital Version of the The Jester Comic and Jester short story. This is a standalone Riyria adventure that exists in both short-story form and also beautifully adapted to a comic. You can see a small excerpt of the comic at this link. This stretch goal will be given to every backer and you can access it from the BackerKit self-service portal after the project ends.
  • $70,000 - UNLOCKED: Screen savers! We'll take Marc Simonetti's amazing artwork and create screen savers that you can use for your phones, computers, and tablets.
We still have two more stretch goals, and depending on how the final days go we may be adding some more.

  • $75,000 - Posters! If we reach this level we'll add 2 posters to the list of add-ons that people can buy: Hollow World, and The Death of Dulgath. Both are 24" x 36" and suitable for framing. 
  • $80,000 - Making of the Disappearance of Winter's Daughter ebook: Get a look behind the process of writing and editing the book and learn about how the book changed from first manuscript, through beta testing, to the final product.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Riyria Kickstarter, how far will it go!



The Disappearance of Winter's Daughter Kickstarter has done amazingly well!  Yes, we're fully funded, which means there WILL be hardcover editions of the book (rare, limited, and regular) and we've already hit two stretch goals which will include everyone's name in the ebook and the creation of a searchable on-line glossary.
  • Here's jut a bit about what's happened so far: 
  • $34,500 raised in the first 12 hours
  • Fully funded $47,600 in the first 54 hours
  • $56,144 raised in the first 130 hours
  • 1,321 backers (8th most-backed US backed fiction project of all time
  • Two stretch goals reached next level is $3,856 away (custom bookmarks)
Given how well it's done has Robin speculating at the final numbers. So she thought it would be fun to do a little contest and have others join in.

So here's the deal. We'll give a limited edition of The Disappearance of Winter's Daughter to two people:

  •  The one who guesses the total number of backers the closest 
  • The one who guesses the final amount the closest. 
Now, you DO NOT have to be a backer to participate in this contest, and if you're a winner and already have a limited edition, we'll give you the choice of receiving a second one (to give as a friend) or give you a credit back on your pledge that is equal to the value of the book ($50). Sound like fun?

Here's some data I've collected so far to help with your guesses. First, the amount of funding we've seen so far (plotted over the number of hours of the Kickstarter.


And here is he same data for the # of backers.


And here is the link where you can add your guesses.

Now, of course, the closer to the end of the contest, the easier it will be to guess, so we'll stop taking guesses on October 17th. Also, you can put in multiple guesses. If you put in more than one in a day, we'll take the latest one as your official guess.

I think this will be a lot of fun. So put on your thinking cap, look at the data, and make your best guess as to where we'll end up. If you're smart, you'll get a free book!

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Some more astounding covers from indie authors


The other day I shared an amazing cover from Davis Ashura and I held it up as an example of the kind of attention to detail and professionalism of many of the leading indie authors.  Well, today I stumbled upon another set of covers.  These are from Benedict Patrick and stunning doesn't begin to do justice to these incredible works of art. I said it before, but I'll say it again. We certainly have come a very long way.


Friday, October 6, 2017

KIckstarter launches is a really big way!


Well, I really shouldn't have been surprised, as I have the best, most supportive readers a writer could wish for, but the Kickstarter for The Disappearance of Winter's Daughter has kicked off in a really incredible way.

As of this writing, we are 76% to fully funding and it's been less than 24 hours!

Riyria Fantasy Novel: Disappearance of Winter's Daughter -- Kicktraq Mini

Here's some of the really impressive stats:

  • $10,000 raised in the first 10 minutes of the launch!
  • $18,452 raised in the first hour
  • Currently the 22nd highest-funded Fiction Kickstarter in the US based on total pledges
  • Currently the 18th most-backed Fiction Kickstarter in the US based on # of backers

If we look at this project compared to my other Kickstarters, it blows them out of the water. The following data is for first-day sales as tracked through Kicktraq:

Project
$ Pledges
     # Backers     
The Disappearance of Winter's Daughter             $34,234      
728
The Death of Dulgath
$19,082
472
Hollow World
$1,545
50

At the time it ended, The Death of Dulgath was the 2nd (or maybe 3rd, I forget) highest funded Fiction Kickstarter. It's now currently #6 (#2 as far as most-backed). With such good first-day results, we may just be able to surpass it!  Thanks everyone for all the support.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Winter's Daughter Kickstarter is Live!



Well, today is finally the day. I've just pushed The Disappearance of Winter's Daughter Kickstarter live. Our advance thanks to all the backers who are working to make hardcover editions available!


Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Kickstarter Launch Date Set!



Okay, the Kickstarter project is approved! So I'll launch it tomorrow.  Here are some specifics on the project:

  • Project launch:  Thursday, October 5th at 12:00 noon EDT
  • Project end: Thursday, October 26, 2017 at 8:30 p.m. EDT
  • Find a link for the project by searching "Winter's Daughter" in Kickstarter after the launch, or come back here at noon for a link.
  • Backers will be able to read the book on December 5th, a full 6 months before the retail release!
  • We are raising money for a print run to produce: rare editions (faux leather bound books in a slipcase), limited editions (linen hardcover with a custom cover), regular hardcovers, and trade paperbacks. If the Kickstarter doesn't fund, the book will still be released, it just won't have any hardcover editions.
  • We will be able to offer audio versions of the book. They will be distributed through download codes redeemed at Audible.com. If you don't have and Audible account, you can start one for free, and your book will still be available even after you leave Audible.com.
  • If you want both a physical book AND an audio version, choose the appropriate paper level, and then add $10 to your pledge. You can then "assign" that $10 to an audiobook edition after the Kickstarter has ended.
  • If you want both a physical book AND an ebook, just pick any paper level, the ebook is already included for all people with physical books.
  • Last time we did the shipping ourselves (which turned into a nightmare), this time we are going to use a fulfillment processor so the shipping should go much more smoothly.
  • There are a number of reward levels which have limited quantities (the rare and limited edition copies), and some early-bird specials (20% discount off of popular reward levels but only for the first 50 backers). 
That last bullet is why we are (a) pre-announcing the Kickstarter, and (b) launching at a particular day and time. This will allow everyone to have an equal chance at the limited quantity items.

Backer Levels range from $8 (for an early-bird digital only version to $125, for the rare editions) In order for  you to plan what level you will be backing at, Robin has put together this handy little table. Click here, or on the table to see a high-resolution version which is easier to read.


Once again, it's Robin who has done all the heavy lifting for the Kickstarter. My contribution was (a) writing the book and (b) recording a video. I hope you are excited as I am about the launch of this Kickstarter. I'm hoping it will be a huge success.

Monday, October 2, 2017

The Disappearance of Winter's Daughter Kickstarter Update


Hey all, I've been getting a lot of emails about the Kickstarter project (especially now that October is here.  Some of that stems from some limited and rare editions (which will probably go fast, as well as some early-bird discounts for people who pledge early. If you've not signed up for early notification, here is a link where you can.

  • We are really close to it's launch - probably within a week. Robin is still working on the content page, and I have to record the video. I can't today because I'm hoping to get the final beta changes in for Age of War, but if I get that done in a day or two, I'll be able to do the video.
  • It took Robin a little longer than she had hoped to get me the beta changes to Age of War, and that put both of us behind.
  • Copy edits are due back for Winter's Daughter in just a few days, and we leave in less than two weeks to go up to New York to sit in on the recoding. We are hoping to do some "live" sessions from within the studio.
  • Once Robin has incorporated all the copyedits I need to read it one more time.  But I REALLY like the way the book turned out.
Once we get the page finished and the video done, we still need approval from the folks at Kickstarter, but I'm guessing we'll be live in about a week - stay tuned!


Saturday, September 30, 2017

Age of Swords Makes BookNest's Long List for




I'm honored that Age of Swords was nominated for BookNest's Fantasy Awards. The long list was created based on recommendations from three big fantasy imprints
  • Gollancz
  • Harper Voyager
  • Tor.com
alongside six popular & respected blogs 
  • Fantasy Faction
  • Fantasy Book Review
  • Fantasy Book Critic
  • Parmenion
  • Grim Tidings
  • Kitty G
They will be expanding their long list through reader nominations. There are the following number of spots left open:
  • 4 books : Best Traditionally Published Novel
  • 2 books: Best Self-published Novel
  • 4 books: Best Debut Novel
To add your favorite books to the list, go to this link before October 7th. Voting for the short list will begin October 8th. Only fantasy novels published between October 2016 to September 2017 qualify for this year's awards. Please nominate books that are *not* already in the longlist. 

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Oh how far we've come...self-publishing professionally


Today's professional self-publishers, those authors that treat their books like a business and put every bit of care into them as traditional publishers, have really come a long, long way. The following cover recently caught my eye:


This certainly meets my standard as "indistinguishable from a traditionally published book. And the most amazing thing about it?  The author had it created for $225!  Amazing!

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Featured Pre-order: The Disappearance of Winter's Daughter



December 5th, is fast approaching and that means it's almost time for another Royce and Hadrian adventure, this time to Rochelle, where the mist-filled streets are hiding more than one murderous legend. I'm trilled that The Disappearance of Winter's Daughter has been selected as one of Audible's Featured Pre-orders. If audiobooks aren't your thing, you can sign up for notification of the Kickstarter (which will be offering print and ebooks -- also available on December 5th).  That'll be a full six-months before the book is available for sale through the retail chain. 

Sunday, September 24, 2017

Age of Swords Hits the Washington Post's Bestselling Fiction Hardcover


What a nice thing to wake up to. Age of Swords hit the Washington Post's Bestseller's List for Hardcover fiction. Thanks all for the amazing support.


Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Bookmarks and Bookplates


Hey all, Robin here, I take over Michael's blog from time to time.  I'm the one who organizes the shipping of his "stuff." I'm also in charge of the alpha reading, beta reading, Kickstarters, and coordination with the copy editors.  I'm usually always busy, but I don't think I've ever been quite this pressed. The deadlines for Age of War and The Disappearance of Winter's Daughter has made me do back-to-back beta reads. One of the book is with the copy editors right now, and as soon as it comes back, I need to send the other one out -- which I'm currently compiling beta read feedback for Michael's incorporation.

All that preamble is to say that I've not yet sent out the signed bookplates and bookmarks that were part of the Age of Swords pre-order campaign. I want to do them all at once as doing them "piecemeal" is so much more time consuming.  My plan is to have the beta feedback to Michael in the next few days and that opens up a window for me to to do the shipping of the bookplates and bookmarks (which he's already signed).  So, if you ordered them. Please bare with me for just a few more days.  They'll be in the post soon!

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Age of Myth just $1.99: Kindle Daily Deal


Just found out that Age of Myth is a Kindle Daily Deal. It's priced at $1.99 (the lowest it's ever been and a saving of 80%. But you'll have to act fast. It's only for today.




Saturday, September 9, 2017

Age of Swords ebook formatting has been fixed


A while ago I mentioned that there was a formatting problem with Age of Swords. Apparently my book wasn't the only one affected and it was due to a change in the program that Amazon used to change a .epub file into a .mobi. The good news is the vast majority of readers were NOT hitting the bug. I know from my own testing that my Kindle was fine, as was reading the book from the cloud, the only place I saw the extra line breaks was on my iPad when using an older version of the Kindle App.

For those that were seeing the extra line breaks, it may have automatically fixed itself, but if your ebook is still showing a problem, here is a set of steps to get it fixed.

  • First: Set your account to automatic updates and then new content should be pushed automatically. This is a setting on your Amazon Account page, not on the device itself. Go to your Amazon account, under Manage your content and devices, there is a settings tab. A little less than halfway down the page, there is a setting for Automatic Book Update. Make sure it is on. Wait a few minutes and the file should automatically update. 
  •  If that doesn’t work... Sync the device, then check to see if the book updates within a couple minutes. You should see it look like it's re-downloading.
  • If that doesn’t work... Delete the book from the device, then sync the device, then check to see if the book updates within a couple minutes. You should see it look like it's re-downloading.
  • If that doesn’t work... Reach out to Amazon customer support (be sure you are within Amazon technical customer support) and explain to them that you know there is an updated version of this file and you have tried to download it, but it is not loading. They will need to push the new file to your device manually.
That should take care of things. I know for me, (on an ipad using the Kindle app) I also had to update to the lastest version of the app. Please let me know if none of those work for you, and I'll put you in touch with the digital team at my publisher.

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

The Disappearance of Winter's Daughter Update


So, with Age of Swords now released, I've been getting a lot of emails asking about the next Riyria book: The Disappearance of Winter's Daughter. Hopefully I'll be able to answer a lot of the questions here.

First off, one of the reasons I've been a bit quiet on this project is I had a publisher interested in the print and ebook rights and I wanted if I were to sign with them, the book would take one path, and if I self-published it'd go another another route. Well, we finally got that all figured out and the two of us couldn't come to a meeting of the minds (meaning they wanted rights I didn't want to give up). I'm a bit disappointed, but I do think it'll work out best in the long run. The Death of Dulgath has had a fabulous run and we'll be using the same model for The Disappearance of Winter's Daughter (for the most part).

Okay, so let's get into some of the nitty gritty about his release.

  • Release date: December 5th, 2017 - Just 3 months from now!
  • Alpha reading & Beta reading pretty much took up all of July and August. I've incorporated all the changes from both groups, which has made significant improvement and both I and Robin are really pleased with how the final story wrapped up.
  • As of September 4th, the book is in the hands of the copy editors (Linda Branam and Laura Jorstad). I've worked with both of these amazing women in the past on multiple projects (Hollow World, Death of Dulgath, Age of Myth, Age of Swords) and they have assured me they can work their magic by early October.
  • That'll give us 2 weeks to approve/reject the copy edits and do a final reading of the entire book. Tight, but should be doable.
  • Recording of the audio book and production of the ebook and print editions will start mid-October. Tim Gerard Reynolds will, of course, be doing the narration. And Robin and I will be going to New York/New Jersey for the recording. The hope is to get the book on the presses by end of October.
Yes, we will be doing a Kickstarter for this, the plan is for it to launch October 1 and it'll probably run for 3 weeks. At that time the book will already be done...so what is the Kickstarter for?  Well, it's for hardcover editions: Rare, Limited Edition, Regular Hardcover, and Tradepaper paperbacks. If for some reason the Kickstarter doesn't fund, the book still comes out, there just won't be hardcover editions. I'm fairly confident that it'll fund though.

A Kickstarter also allows us to do some bonus stuff like signed books, bookmarks, and what not. And, under special arrangement with Audible we'll be able to include an audio option for the Kickstarter!! Which is really exciting. 

Also, people who participate in the Kickstarter can get the book 6 months before it's for sale through the retail markets. So that's going to be a real plus. The plan is for Kickstarter (or people who buy direct from our site) will get the book on December 5th and the book will be in B&N and Amazon come June 5th.

One thing we'll be doing, with this Kickstarter, however, is significantly reducing the "bonus add on" stuff. Robin got really excited last time and she kept adding all kinds of things: coffee mugs, bags, t-shirts, etc. The intention was a good one, but the reality is the shipping became a nightmare. We had hundreds of T-shirt skus when you took into consideration Men's and Women's, multiple colors and various sizes. 

We also will have "early bird specials" which means you can get some of the most popular pledge levels at a discounted price. You'll have to be quick, though. Last time the early birds ran out just a few hours of the launch of the Kickstarter. If you want to be notified when the Kickstarter goes live, here is a link to sign-up.

Well, I think that about covers things for now. We'll keep you posted as we get closer. I hope you're as excited about this as we are.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Audible's Most Anticipated Sci-Fi & Fantasy of Fall 2017



Audible has just released it's fall preview where it highlights their most anticipated releases that are coming soon. I'm proud that The Disappearnce of Winter's Daughter is one of their featured selections. Here's the full list.

Title
Author
Narrator
Series
Genre
Release Date
TBA
N/A
Contemporary
Sci-Fi
 11/14/17 
Book 3:
Stormlight Archives
Epic
Fantasy
 11/14/17 
Book 0:
His Dark Materials
Epic
Fantasy
 10/19/17 
TBA
Book 1:
Seven Kennings
Epic
Fantasy
 10/17/17 
N/A
Post
Apocalyptic
 09/05/17 
Book 4:
Riyria Chronicles
Epic
Fantasy
 12/05/17 
Multiple
Multiple
Book 2:
X-Files
Contemporary
Sci-Fi
 10/03/17 
Book 1:
Chronicles of the One
Epic
Fantasy
 12/05/17 
Book 1:
Tainted Cabal
Epic
Fantasy
 09/05/17 
N/A
Military
Sci-Fi
 10/10/17 
N/A
Horror
 09/26/17 
Book 5:
Demon Cycle
Epic
Fantasy
 10/03/17 
Book 4.5:
Demon Accords
Dark
Fantasy
 08/29/17 
The Last Jedi
Star Wars
Sci-Fi
 09/01/17 
Multiple
TBA
Anthology
Anthology
 10/03/17 
Multiple
TBA
Anthology
Star Wars
Sci-Fi
 10/03/17 
TBA
N/A
Military
Sci-Fi
 10/03/17 
TBA
The Last Jedi
Star Wars
Sci-Fi
 10/31/17 
N/A
Contemporary
Fantasy
 10/31/17 
TBA
Book 3:
Mass Effect
Contemporary
Sci-Fi
 11/07/17 
TBA
N/A
Epic
Fantasy
 11/21/17 
TBA
Star Trek
Star Trek
Sci-Fi
 11/28/17 
The Last Jedi
Star Wars
Sci-Fi
 09/01/17 
Book 3:
Tyrus Chronicle
Epic
Fantasy
 08/29/17 
Book 3:
Embers of Illeniel
Epic
Fantasy
 08/29/17 

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Writer's Digest Goodreads Seminar


I'm a huge fan of goodreads. Not only do I love the site as a reader...but it has also been hugely instrumental in my writing career. In fact, I'd say that apart from my books, themselves, goodreads is the single biggest reason I've been able to make a full-time living from my favorite pastime.

But goodreads is intimidating to many authors, and it's easy to see why. It's massive and complex, and it's a site that if you approach in the wrong way can hurt your reputation with readers rather than help it.

Having been at the site since October 2008, I've learned a few things, and seen a lot of changes. I'm also fortunate to have a wife that knows goodreads inside and out, and has helped me build a brand on the site that goes far beyond my writing credentials. In other words, I have a much larger footprint on goodreads than my book sales reflect. In short, I'm a solid mid-list author, but on Goodreads I'm ranked #39 in the US and #45 globally. That puts me side-by-side with the likes of Stephen King, James Patterson, and Margaret Atwood.

How is this possible? Well, it's because of what I've learned and howI approach the site. And Robin and I are going to be sharing our secrets in a on-line workshop for Writer's Digest University.  Here are the specifics:

When: Thursday August 24th at 1:00 PM EST
Where: Writer's Digest University
How: It's an online seminar, which will be recored such that if you aren't available on Thursday at 1:00 you can watch it at your own leisure and re-watch it for the next year
Cost: Yes, there is a fee, but it's quite reasonable $79.99 for a 90 minute seminar so less than a dollar a minute.

So, if you're a writer and want to learn more about how to use goodreads to help find and audience join Robin and I. Not only will we be presenting, but there will be plenty of time for Q & A.  Hope to see you there.

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Keystone Media Live Podcast - Take two.



Well, we had a family emergency so we missed the live podcast with Josh, Scott, and Ralph. But, they were good enough to reschedule for tomorrow (Monday) August 14th. Same time: 12:00 noon. Here is the link if you want to tune in.

This will be the first interview I do from the "The Valley" (where Robin and I living now). For a long time, we couldn't consider such a thing because the Internet was so slow, but Robin was able to get us high speed which has changed EVERYTHING!

Hope to have some people tune in then.

Monday, August 7, 2017

#1 Audiobook of July 28, 2017


Look what Robin stumbled over in the New York Times: Age of Swords is the #1 Best-selling audio book for the week of July 28th! Even though it's not THE New York Times Bestseller list, we'll take it!


Title
Author
Narrator
Genre
Release Date
 Rating
# Ratings
Fantasy
07/25/17
4.7 
918
Sci-Fi
08/16/11
4.7
91,671
Sci-Fi
12/05/08
4.3
2,833
Sci-Fi
07/25/17
4.6
872
Suspense
01/03/17
4.3
2,271
Horror
01/01/16
4.3
13,195
Romance
09/01/15
4.2
1,059
Fantasy
12/09/03
4.7
69,265
Thriller
01/03/17
4.0
675
Historical
01/24/17
4.2
373


Friday, August 4, 2017

Updated Best-selling Epic Fantasy Hardcovers of 2017



Recently I did a post which looked at the 15 Best-selling Epic Fantasy Hardcovers of 2017. This was 3 days prior to the release and I was pleased that Age of Swords came in at #6 and Age of War was showing up at a respectable 39. Now that we are 10 days post release, I thought I would look at the list again, and this time the results were even better.  Both lists were obtained the same way, by looking at Amazon and doing an advance search with the following criteria.
  • Epic Fantasy Hardcovers
  • Release date older than Jan 2017
  • Sorted by best-selling
Once again, this is a momentary snapshot in time, and the same search will be much different many months from now but it was still fun to see the books performing nicely. Two books dropped off (Anthony Ryan's The Legion of Flame & Mark Lawrence's Red Sister) and the ones that came are are: The Book of Swords (an anthology) and ... wait for it... Age of War by some guy named Sullivan!

Title
Author
Series  
Release Date
Book 3:
  Stormlight Archive  
11/14/17
Middle-Earth Universe
06/01/17
Book 2:
Legends of the First Empire
07/25/17
Book 1:
Fall of Shannara
06/13/17
Book 1:
Chronicles of the One
12/05/17
Book 11:
Imager Portfolio
07/25/17
Multiple Authors
N/A
10/10/17
Book 3:
Fitz and the Fool
05/09/17
Book 1:
Sister of Darkness
01/09/18
Book 1:
The Last King of Osten Ard
06/27/17
Novella:
Stormlight Archive
10/03/17
Short Stories:
Iron Druid Chronicles
07/11/17
Graphic Novel
08/08/17
Book 5:
Demon Cycle
10/03/17
Book 3:
Legends of the First Empire
04/17/18

Kinda cool to be swimming with the big fishes.

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Amazon's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of August


I'm pleased to announce that Age of Swords hit another Editor's Pick List, this time from Amazon.


Here's the full list in case you want to check out some of the titles.

Title
Author
Series  
Release Date
N/A
08/01/17
Book 1:
John Nyquist 
08/01/17
Book 2:
Legends of the First Empire
07/25/17
Book 1:
Secondborn
07/11/17
N/A
07/25/17
N/A
07/25/17
N/A
08/01/17
Book 2:
Licanius Trilogy
08/22/17
Book 1:
Waning Moon
07/25/17
Star Wars
07/25/17
Book 2:
Breath of Earth
08/15/17
Book 3:
Broken Earth
08/15/17

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

July's Highest-Rated Books on Audible


I'm pleased to announce that Age of Swords has hit Audible's Highest-Rated Books of July list.



If you're looking for some good audio to listen to while you're hanging out at the beach or by the pool you might want to check out some of these:

Title
Author
Narrator
Series  
Release Date
 Rating
# Ratings
Book 2:
Legends of the First Empire
07/25/17
4.8 
443
Short Stories
Iron Druid Chronicles
07/11/17
4.7
1,429
N/A
07/11/17
4.6
81
Book 6:
Half-Moon Hollow
07/25/17
4.7
379
Book: 17
Gabriel Allon
07/11/17
4.7
784
N/A
07/11/17
4.6
59
N/A
07/04/17
4.7
291
Book 3.5
Expeditionary Force
07/04/17
4.7
2,017
Book 1:
Arcane Ascension
07/04/17
4.6
1,482
Star Wars
07/25/17
4.6
513
Book 4:
Cycle of Galand
07/11/17
4.8
1,312
Book 13:
Nick Buchanan
07/04/17
4.3
428
Book 1:
Renée Ballard
07/18/17
4.4
1,293
N/A
07/01/17
4.5
1,242
Multiple
N/A
07/18/17
4.6
112
N/A
07/18/17
4.2
460
N/A
07/11/17
4.3
792
Book 2:
Hell Divers Trilogy
07/18/17
4.8
921