As it stands, Terradox will be published in March 2017.
An audio version will also be available, likely a few months after the ebook. Not Alone was recently selected as a finalist for Audible’s Best of 2016 so I’m definitely looking forward to seeing/hearing the upcoming Audible Studios production of Terradox.
Terradox is a different kind of book than Not Alone, with a tighter focus on a smaller cast of characters and more of a fast-paced adventure feel.
In my mind I think of Not Alone as being like a sprawling TV series and Terradox more like a movie. My future books will lean towards the Not Alone side of these distinctions, so Terradox is and has been a fun departure.
Thanks for your continued interest and support,
Craig A. Falconer [December 2016]
Audible Studios’ production of Not Alone is now available, narrated by the excellent James Patrick Cronin.
Pricing is set by Audible, but readers who have purchased the ebook on Amazon will be able to purchase this audio edition for a much-reduced price.
The paperback edition of Not Alone is finally available on Amazon!
It’s a long book, as you probably know — 740 pages at 6×9 — so $19.95 was the minimum price I was allowed to set when publishing to Amazon.com.
News on an audiobook version is hopefully coming soon. Stay tuned…
Not Alone and Sycamore X are both now available on Amazon:
NOT ALONE — Aliens exist, the government knows, and Dan McCarthy just found the proof…
Sycamore X — An exclusive collection of 10 brand new stories from Sycamore’s world of Seeds and UltraLenses. Also includes the bonus story Funscreen Redux.
Craig A. Falconer
[21 December, 2015]
It’s going to be a busy few months with both Sycamore X and Not Alone coming out in December.
Signing up for my author newsletter is the easiest way to stay in touch.
I’ll be sending subscribers an exclusive sneak-peak at Not Alone‘s first few chapters before the public release, and you will also get the chance to read a story from Sycamore X before anyone else.
As always, thanks for your continued interest and support.
Craig A. Falconer
[11 October, 2015]