October 26 only, you can pick up a copy of Corporate Gunslinger in ebook format for $1.99 through a BookBub promotion.
Monday, October 26, 2020
Sunday, October 25, 2020
Christina Delaine has been nominated for a Society of Voice Arts and Sciences Voice Arts®Award for her narration of the audiobook version of Corporate Gunslinger.
She did an extraordinary job with the main character, Kira Clark, who uses theater training—and especially her voice—to influence her dueling opponents. I was also impressed by Christina's ability to convey changes between the book's two timelines, which the print version solves by using italic and standard fonts for the text, but Christina conveys with changing voice quality.
If you'd like to hear a sample, follow this link over to Audible
I have believed Christina delivered an outstanding performance since the day I first heard it, and I'm happy to see her work being recognized by her professional peers.
In addition to the nomination in the Audiobook Narration – Science Fiction, Best Voiceover category for her work on Corporate Gunslinger, Christina was also nominated in the categories of Outstanding Commercial – TV or Web, Best Voiceover; Audiobook Narration – Biography, Best Voiceover; Audiobook Narration – Mystery, Best Voiceover; and Audiobook Narration – History, Best Voiceover.
Award winners will be announced on Sunday, December 6, 2020 at the Voice Arts® Awards Gala, which will be livestreamed without an in-person audience because of COVID19 restrictions.
Saturday, October 10, 2020
To celebrate (virtual) New York Comic Con this year, my book CORPORATE GUNSLINGER is available with free shipping until Sunday night from HarperCollins! Use code NYCC20 at checkout. https://www.harpercollins.com/pages/new-york-comic-con-online
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