This week I published the auto-narrated audiobook version of the third book in the Werewolves in the Renaissance Trilogy, Werewolf Castle.
For free on the Google Play page, you can listen to a sample and decide if you’d like to buy it. The audiobook is sold in all countries with access to the Play Store.
Google Play offers publishers the option to generate audiobooks with auto-narration. Although the results lack the emotive style of a live narrator, it is an affordable way for me to produce audiobooks.
I price these full-length fantasy audiobooks at only $0.99 to reflect the software-generated nature of their production.
About Werewolf Castle:
Thal has found refuge from werewolf hunters and assassins at the castle of his father, Sarputeen.
Although the mountain fortress on the eastern fringe of the Holy Roman Empire shields him for the moment, he knows the peace can’t last.
His father counsels war against his old rival who sent servants to murder Thal. But first, Thal must increase his power and that means making a pack.
To obtain men to make werewolves, Sarputeen calls in an old debt from the local duke.
The thought of giving others the werewolf magic troubles Thal. He knows that they will be forever bound to him as obedient killers. They will never have normal lives again.
Despite his qualms, he is troubled most by the supernatural fext who can heal from all wounds. This foul assassin serves the sorcerer Tekax, and Thal cannot dare to battle them without more werewolves at his side.
Although the three books of the trilogy tell a linear story, I designed each novel so that a person can jump in at any point and understand and enjoy the story going forward. So, you can listen to Werewolf Castle or go back and listen to the first two audiobooks. All three audiobooks are now available worldwide at Google Play.