Audiobooks

Elevator


Paul is just trying to make it to school, but time is an infection that can't be cured. An elevator, a collection of strangers and the snapping of blue crab claws. Nothing will save them from the violent, bleeding sands of time.

This volume also contains several new short stories: A Monsanto cow breeds a new unwelcome sickness in 'Moo'. Discarded computers get their revenge in 'Breathing Life Into New Technology'. Loneliness brings on an unwelcome alliance in 'Something In The Water'. 'They Took Manhattan' will make you check your roach motel. 'Interesting Drug' discusses the dangers of eating non organic, and 'My Heart Will Go On' investigates the concept of loving someone forever (it ain't pretty).


(Coming Soon)

Written by M. Jones.
Read by a Full Cast
Find more from M. Jones at http://bloodlettersink.com




Renegades: Book #7


Personal Log: 2486 was the year the Galactic Coalition branded me a traitor. Sadly, I concurred with their assessment. I still commanded the Yorktown taskforce but we were renegades. Our goal was a simple one: Restore the GCP.

Written by Andrew Beery.
Read by Nathan "JimFear138" Dabney.
Available via Audible.com





Insurrection: Book #6


Personal Log: 2486 was the first year of my new life. It was a step 301 years further into my future. The GCP Yorktown taskforce, which included the GCP Mador, the GCP Exeter, and the GCP Relentless, had traveled 3.5 billion years into the distant past in order to save the universe from a war that threatened its very existence. In the process we changed the very course of history. The world we returned to was barely recognizable. The Galactic Coalition still existed, but for the first time I began to question whether I could remain loyal to it.

Written by Andrew Beery.
Read by Nathan "JimFear138" Dabney.
Available via Audible.com



Reconnaissance Man


Nobody should be going to college immediately after high school. They should be taking a two year road trip across the country to find out who they are and what they want out of life instead. But still, every year we send millions of inexperienced 18-year-olds down a path of debt, worthless degrees, poor employment prospects, commonness and misery. The results are two full generations of adults who wasted decades of their lives chasing dreams that would never come true. And sadly there's another generation on deck about to do the same. But it doesn't have to be this way. We can all become "Reconnaissance Men" instead.

The Reconnaissance Man (or Woman) takes the time to explore this country, not just to see what this country has to offer, but to find out who they are, where they belong, and what they really want out of life. They don't rush off to college, let alone return to get their "master's degree" until they know about the world around them and precisely how they fit in it. Of course, this journey may take months (more likely years) but that's better than wasting eight years in a school you hate, and 20 years in a career you loathe, only to find out you're 50 and there's no way you can undo what's been done. Become a Reconnaissance Man instead. It's easier, much more fun, and is how life was meant to be lived.


Written by Aaron Clarey.
Read by Nathan "JimFear138" Dabney.
Available via Audible.com