EE-01: Chronicle of the Raven

Chapter One: Macon They say technology will one day appear indistinguishable from magic. I hope every day that magic will remain indistinguishable from technology. I dropped a handful of dried leaves into boiling water. The blackened herbs softened to dark green, surrendering to the water and releasing the soft smell of wet grass. The smell […] Read More

Professional Audiobook Narration with Nancy Peterson

With increased demand and Improved technology bringing lower production costs, the audiobook industry has exploded. Audio narration is now a viable option even for newer indie authors. In episode 09 of the Indie Author’s Journey Podcast, we talk with 2018 Audie Award-finalist Nancy Peterson (Audio Publisher’s Association), an actress and book narrator about the process and things to consider […] Read More

EE-04: Chronicle of the Raven

Chapter Four: Max Even after they tried to imprison me in that infernal shop in London, I flew daily to this same perch and watched as I had done for centuries past. I had witnessed the comings and goings of this old castle for generations, but the boy called Pip fascinated me as no other. […] Read More

EE-03: Chronicle of the Raven

Chapter Three: Macon Under the direst circumstances, even the most preposterous solution seems viable. When I last crossed Henry Chittenden’s threshold, such a solution had been my greatest hope. Now after all these years that solution had become my greatest fear. I wanted to know if it was now the reason for the Council’s case against […] Read More

EE-02: Chronicle of the Raven

Chapter Two: Macon London is made for walking, for seeing and being seen. Which is why, after closing the shop early, I paid ninepence for a ride on the omnibus. I would escape the confines of the city and what my place in it had become, if only for the afternoon. The omnibus cad, a dandy in […] Read More

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