The Harvard Skull Fiasco is now available at the Kindle Store at Amazon.
I’ve read the entire book outloud to myself a couple of times, and wow, does it work as an audiobook. This is a undoubtedly because I tend to write stories in the tone of a raconteur, sitting by a fireside.
Which is odd, because I’ve never in my life told a single story while sitting by a fireside. I grew up in a very hot climate, you see, and when I moved to Boston there were simply no houses with fireplaces available to rent or buy. I asked around, believe me, but what can you do?
Well, that’s real life for you, I suppose, and the reason we seek out good books instead.
In regards to the audiobook, one issue is that the tale needs to be narrated by an Australian, with American voice actors doing their respective dialogue bits. This just makes everything a bit more complicated and time-consuming. I’ll be working on that in the first quarter of 2019.
Meanwhile, the sequel to The Harvard Skull Fiasco is due out any day now. It’s called Rise of the Blue Bandicoot, an odd title, that I’m sure makes sense in the context of the story.
These two books are the first of a series about an particularly honest cat burglar who suffers from Pathological Problems with Authority.
It’s a magic realist comedy. If you don’t enjoy laughing, or at least snickering softly on a train while people look at you oddly, then these books are not for you.
You can also read the first couple of chapters here.