I’m super excited to announce the latest batch of Spellcraft adventures is finally out on audiobook. I could not be happier with the way this series sounds, because Nick Hudson took a chance on a genre he didn’t realize he’d be amazing at, and he is totally, absolutely, spot-on as both Dixon and Yuri.
Frustratingly enough, though, it feels like the audiobooks keep hitting roadblock after roadblock. The second audio collection was held up on the distributor’s end for weeks, landing its release square in the middle of a contentious election.
This third collection sat in limbo for weeks again as my ownership of the rights was challenged repeatedly, even though the first two collections in the same series were also mine and the paperback’s ISBN is registered to JCP Books.
But it’s here now. Hallelujiah.
If you haven’t heard Spellcraft in audio, I highly recommend checking out Nick Hudson’s performance on the sample recording. It’s a-freakin-dorable.
If you want to learn more about what a joy it was to work together creating the audios, check out our YouTube chats.
And find the audios themselves via the links below.
PS for those wondering about Seasons, audio production is underway with Gomez Pugh and we should hopefully complete in a few weeks.
Volume 1US | UK | DE | FR - Quill Me Now, Trouble in Taco Town, Something Stinks at the Spa, Dead Man’s Quill
Volume 2US | UK | DE | FR - Last But Not Lease, Don’t Rock the Boardwalk, What the Frack?
Volume 3US | UK | DE | FR - Present Tense, Brownie Points, Forging Ahead, Mayor May Not
And Something for You Puzzle Fans
The super charming Dixon model is so ubiquitous at the stock photo sites, I suspected I could find a shot of him within minutes for this promotional image by searching “man headphones”. And lo and behold, I was right :D
If you enjoy puzzles, feel free to join me on my family-friendly Facebook group, Mazes, Puzzles and Games, where I post a little something puzzle-related a few times a month just for fun.
There is a signup question, what’s your favorite puzzle? This is just to keep bots out and you can answer literally anything, like “mashed potatoes” or “it’s snowing.” Yet some people still don’t get in somehow :D