Terradox Reborn — Coming September 27th!

It has been a busy time of late, and I’m pleased to report that Terradox Reborn  is now ready and set for publication on September 27th with Terradox Beyond  to follow in November. This is slightly later than anticipated but the stories have been very exciting to develop and will hopefully be just as exciting to read.

Both of these new Terradox books, the third and fourth in the series, will be available in ebook and paperback formats. I’ll send an email with full details and a purchasing link in around two weeks, once Terradox Reborn is fully live on Amazon.

I can also reveal the new covers for the first time. They give some hints as to the content, what with Reborn‘s buildings and Beyond‘s implicit focus on what lies, well… Beyond!

‘Not Alone 3’ Update

Hi everyone,

The much-anticipated third book in the Not Alone series is coming along nicely, but as yet remains without a confirmed title. I have a few ideas in mind and hope to be able to share my final choice by the time of my Q4 newsletter in December. The cover will be the next stage after the title, and I’ll likewise share that as soon as I have it.

The release date remains broadly on the schedule I mentioned in my quarterly newsletter back in June — ‘early 2019’ — which is later than the earlier target some of you may have seen in the initial Author’s Notes at the end of Not Alone: Second Contact. Publishing the third book in December 2018 was always a hope rather than an expectation, as I said in those notes, and it has not proven possible.

The publication gap between Not Alone (December 2015) and Not Alone: Second Contact (May 2018) was significantly longer than this gap is going to be, and I’m 100% committed to ensuring that the final gap this time out is no greater than a year.

As I stated in my June newsletter, things like publication arrangements and editing timeframes can influence the exact date; but in more general terms this is going to be another long and deep book, just like the previous two and just like I’m sure everyone hopes and expects, and I can’t compromise on quality. By the same token, though, I’m not going to hold the release date back if the book is ready to go sooner than expected.

I realise that a delay is never news anyone wants to hear. But as I said, a book like this just can’t be rushed.

And most importantly, it will be worth it.

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Thanks for your interest and support of the Not Alone series,
Craig

Not Alone: Second Contact — Out Now!

The wait is finally over…

Not Alone: Second Contact is now available!
Amazon.com link
Amazon.co.uk link

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They’re back, and the message can’t wait…

When a massive meteor lights up the sky over the remote island of Kerguelen, the world holds its breath. In Birchwood, Colorado, Dan McCarthy gets to work.

Following his incredible experiences of the previous year, Dan knows this was no natural occurrence. The Messengers are back — to finish what they started — and they didn’t come all this way for nothing…
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Not Alone: Second Contact is the long-awaited sequel to Not Alone, a certified ‘Amazon Charts: Most Sold Fiction’ weekly bestseller and multi-time Kindle Unlimited All Star title.

The audiobook version will be available on July 17th, with James Patrick Cronin narrating again as in the internationally bestselling and Audible.com ‘Best of 2016’ Finalist  production of Not Alone.

Terradox update

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.

TerradoxTerradox 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]