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Prison Break audiobook sample

The Prison Break audiobook is live on Amazon, Audible and iTunes. Interested in hearing a sample? Listen below!

Buy a copy here or in the iTunes or Amazon stores!

Prison Break Audiobook is Live!!

Prison Break is now available on audio book!

Get your copy here! Many thanks to the brilliant Jill Myers for her work on this. It's truly surreal to hear your thoughts take on a life of their own outside your head -- Jill captured the story so perfectly! I just love what she's done with it!

Give it a listen, and let me know what you think!

Audiobook update

Hi all,

Just a quick update...So my amazing producer/voice talent, Jill Myers, finished a week ahead of schedule. The book is under quality check review by Audible, which takes up to 14 days. I don't anticipate issues, as it all sounded amazing, so as soon as that's wrapped up, it should be scheduled to go to market.

I will continue to update as I know more -- and thanks everyone for your interest!


So what's the big surprise?

So what's the big surprise I mentioned the other week?

Prison Break is coming to audiobook! It'll be available on Audible, Amazon and iTunes to start with, and some additional channels after that.

So what kind of timeframe are we looking at? Production will wrap up August 13th. There's a little bit of time needed for review and final details, but it should go live sometime the week of the 13th. I will of course post links when it's ready. I'll also plan on doing some giveaways to celebrate the release. Stay tuned!!

Discuss the story: from what denomination is Falgir ?

This blog post is devoted to Edlin Falgir's beliefs, particularly the branch of monotheism to which he belongs.

The short answer is, a Christian denomination that has yet to come into existence (ie I made it up). I draw on Catholic teachings, with a little bit of the independent nature of some protestant sects for the main framework of his faith. It doesn't arise in Prison Break, but I would envision some of the symbolism and mysticism of the Orthodox church in Edlin's approach.

The focus on works is a cornerstone of Edlin's philosophy - that, through works, his faith is justified. He does not adhere to rigid hierarchies of leadership, nor is he dogmatic. He sees faith, properly practiced, as a vehicle for good, but he does not demand that others adhere to his beliefs. Belief is a way for him to understand and make sense of the world.

He believes in God, but doesn't pretend to have all the answers.