Ultimate Actuator Promotion

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The fiery finale of the world-breaking series arrived today! In order to celebrate, Curiosity Quills Press is having the biggest giveaway and sale EVER. You can get Book 1, the Anthology, and the RPG Manual for FREE. Also, Books 2 & 3 are just 99 cents each. You can literally get the entire series for under $8! Here are all the links–

FREE! The Actuator: Fractured Earth

FREE! The Actuator: Borderlands Anthology

FREE! The Actuator Role-playing Game

99 cents! The Actuator 2: Return of the Saboteur

99 cents! The Actuator 3: Chaos Chronicles

NEW! The Actuator 4: The Last Key

If the cover art and the price aren’t enough to convince you already, you can read all the summaries and get more information on my Actuator page. Or just watch the series trailer on YouTube.

Thank you all for your support. I hope you love the climax of this long journey!

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The Actuator Series Trailer

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Now on YouTube, on the James Wymore Channel, see the new and amazing–

ACTUATOR SERIES TRAILER!

36 seconds long, featuring the voice of yours truly. Just in time for tomorrow’s BIG SALE! Get your wallet ready. This whole series will be less than $10.

Chronology just 99 cents!

Huge anthology of short stories by amazing authors, including Piers Anthony and J.R. Rain, yours today for just 99 cents! My own story, Draconic King, is first in the bunch. Get Chronology now!

 

 

The Thing I Hate Audio Podcast

Happy Halloween! Trick or treat? Okay, have a free audio book of my short horror story: The Thing I Hate. Read by the amazing Jon Grundvig. It’s about a ghoul.

The Thing I Hate Podcast

If you want more, you can find links from my Short Story page. And, of course, you can always get all of Immortal Works’ Flash Fiction Friday podcasts on iTunes or YouTube. Enjoy!

Double Vision Free Audio

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Now available as a FREE Flash Fiction Audiobook from Immortal Works Press:

DOUBLE VISION

Long ago I entered this story into an online contest. It won. Since then I’ve had it available free to read on my page. Recently, however, Immortal Works featured it on the Flash Fiction Friday podcast. So you can listen to the whole thing in just 6 minutes. That’s not very long, considering it might make you rethink your whole life.

Enjoy!

I have other stories they’ve done for their podcast, too. Find the whole list in my short stories page or on their channel.

Windows into Hell Audiobook

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Now available: Windows into Hell Audiobook! It’s been a long road. The readers (Tonya Adolphson and Raphael Boivin) for the audiobook version were actually done soon after the book’s release, but due to editing and uploading issues, it took this long to get it on Audible. It’s worth it, though! You can get it for just $17.46 (or just use your Audible credits).

I’ve been listening to a lot of audiobooks lately. The one I’m currently in the middle of is Armageddon in Retrospect by Kurt Vonnegut, read by Rip Torn. I’ve had mixed feelings about various readers, but Rip Torn is obviously awesome. Maybe someday I’ll try to read something of my own (more than just with the Freestyle Gargoyles).

I have two more audiobooks in the works. Schism read by Zach Bjorge is already done, but has a few technical glitches holding it up. It should be available next. Also, I’m in contracting for Theocracide to be read by Raphael Boivin through FJP. After that I plan to get Salvation out on audio. So it’s happening. 🙂

I couldn’t be more pleased with how well Windows into Hell has been doing in Audiobook. First day out and it hit #53 on two Amazon charts. It’s dropped a little, but it’s still in the top 100 for both categories as I write this. So, get it while it’s hot!

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The Dark Glass, Free Audio

My short story, The Dark Glass, is now available in audio format as a podcast from Immortal Works, read  by the amazing Jason King. They do a weekly short story audio called Flash Fiction Friday. You can subscribe on iTunes (and you should!) or get it here:

The Dark Glass

This story has also been published in two different anthologies…