Audiobooks After Dark Round Table

I had so much fun hanging out with these guys on Saturday.  I think our episode goes live on Thursday.  In the meantime, check out this awesome round table discussion!

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I’ll be appearing on Audiobooks After Dark, end of September

Hey, all.  I have an interview coming up on the 22nd with the good folks at Audiobooks After Dark.  It won’t be a live stream or anything; it will be posted sometime after.  But if you’re interested (and enjoy seeing me ramble), keep your eyes open and I’ll have a link for you as soon as it’s posted.

Josh

Commune 3 Audio Release Date on @audible_com – October/November

Okay, a lot of you have been pinging me for updates on the audio release of C3, so I spoke recently with R.C. to confirm.  The man has a stacked schedule, as you’re all, I’m sure, aware.  Right now he’s wrapping up books for the Craigs; Mavericks for Alanson and Over the Hill for Dilouie.  And as I know that a lot of my readers are just as excited about those other books, I don’t mind saying that waiting just a touch longer won’t kill us.

So, here we go.  And C4 chugs along happily in editing – there should be no problem in having it ready to go when Bob is ready for it, so we can expect to see the final book in the series sometime around Christmas.

Take care!

Book Review: Commune: Book Three

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Commune: Book Three is the third book in Joshua Gayou’s post-apocalyptic / dystopian series. I’ve read  and reviewed both Commune: Book One and Commune: Book Two.

This third instalment follows the Jackson commune as they gather supplies and reinforce their camps in order to endure a bitter winter in Wyoming. Elsewhere, other factions are beginning to form – though not all of them pleasant.

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Commune: Book Three contains a brief recap of the second book. I appreciated this because I hadn’t read the previous book in a while, and it conveyed that this series is dramatic and episodic, like a television series.

Once again, some new characters were introduced, adding to Gayou’s ever-expanding world. His ability to write about so many characters and settings with increasing depth and creativity is impressive, and I think Gayou’s talent improves with each instalment.

Characters, I think, are really the focus of Commune:…

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