So I'm super-tickled that I've (coincidentally) got two new audiobook releases out. The first is the second D-BOYS book, COUNTER-ASSAULT, performed (and engineered) by the crazily talented Kevin Arthur Harper. Working with him is a joy, and I enjoyed the heck out of reviewing each chapter as he cranked them out. I kept finding myself laughing out loud, which was awkward, so I told myself it was at his delivery, not at my own jokes. This book seems to hold up very well it's still got a 4.8-star average for reviews on Amazon… on ALL 5- and 4-star reviews and Kevin's performance just brings it to life in so many amazing ways. (I feel like most of these characters hardly existed until he gave them their voices.)
The other is the second ARISEN prequel (or, arguably, as the new cover has it, standalone). This, like the others in that series, is performed by the God on Olympus of audiobook narrators, RC Bray. I'm incredibly lucky to have him, not least because I'm pretty sure he brings a lot more listeners to the series than I do. (This book also enjoys a 4.8-star average for reviews but with the more usual smattering of haters and constructive critics.
Update: The Nemesis audiobook has now actually got a 4.93-star average on Audible. Thanks, listeners - and Bob (Bray).