I’m proud to announce that the final Caulborn novel, COURAGEOUS, is now available at Amazon. The paperback version will be available later this month, and I’m coordinating with the amazing Ian McEuen to get the audiobook produced. My best guess on that one will be sometime in February. Stay tuned.
I’m excited to announce that Caulborn 6, TORMENT, is now available on Audible.com. You can check it out here.
In other Audiobook news, the amazing Ian McEuen is going to be narrating SYNC and KRAMPUSNACHT, and those will be available sometime in November. Stay tuned!
I am thrilled to say that the amazingly talented Ian McEuen has finished narrating TORMENT. At this point, Audible & ACX do some quality checks, and then it’ll be available for sale. That can take anywhere from 1-2 weeks, so the good news is TORMENT will be available soon! Stay tuned!
But Nick, you say, I don’t want to wait! Can’t you let me listen to a piece of it now?
Why, I sure can. You can listen to the first chapter of Torment by clicking Play below. Enjoy!
I’ve had several people ask when TORMENT’s audiobook will be available, so just wanted to give a quick update on that. The amazing Ian McEuen is recording it now, and I’m hoping it will be available on Audible by the end of September. Stay tuned!
I’m proud to announce that TORMENT is now available at Amazon!
Caulborn 6, TORMENT, is done being edited and is off to be formatted. I’m hoping to have it published by the end of the month. Stay tuned! Meantime, I wanted to share the cover and blurb with you:
The promise Vincent Corinthos made to Megan Hayes has been hanging over his head like the proverbial sword of Damocles. And now that sword has fallen. When Megan is murdered, Vincent gets a one-way trip to Hell, is cut off from his friends and followers, and will be locked away in a forgotten corner of the Pit.
All appears lost until a loophole is found in his promise, and Hades himself offers Vincent a way out: A demon that Vincent knows all too well is on the loose, and Hades wants him back. Vincent has just twenty-four hours to return his quarry to the Pit. If he succeeds, he’ll do what’s never been done before, and walk out of Hell scot-free. If he fails, he’ll spend the rest of his existence in eternal torment.
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I’m proud to announce that NIGHTFALL, Caulborn 5, is now available at Amazon! The paperback is being worked now, and should be available soon.
In other news, the amazing Ian McEuen will be recording FRACTURES (and NIGHTFALL, of course) and hopefully that will release in January.
And, for those forward-thinking folks, Caulborn 6 should release in June 2017. 🙂
Caulborn 5, NIGHTFALL, is being formatted right now and should be available later this month. In the meantime, here’s the cover & blurb.
Vincent Corinthos has made his share of enemies. He’s squared off against diabolical megalomaniacs, shadow lords and intergalactic conquerors. And now he and the rest of Boston’s Caulborn have been targeted by a clan of vampiric assassins.
After suffering casualties and the destruction of their headquarters, the Caulborn are forced to temporarily retreat from our universe. As they lick their wounds, Vincent taps every resource he has to prepare a final, desperate counterstrike against the assassins.
Night is falling on Boston’s Caulborn. Will they survive to see the dawn?
I’m happy to say that FRACTURES, Caulborn 4, is currently being formatted as both an e-book and a paperback, and should be available later this month. Stay tuned!
Meantime, here’s the cover and the blurb.
In 1854, Caulborn agents stopped an interdimensional warlord named Sakave from conquering our universe. With protective extradimensional barriers in place, Sakave’s attempted conquest is now little more than a note in the Caulborn’s archives.
That is, until the recent catastrophe at Ashgate Penitentiary weakened those barriers and made Sakave a threat again. Things get worse when Commander Courageous gives Vincent Corinthos a dangerous piece of advice, which fractures those barriers even further.
Tapped for a black ops mission to repair the damage, Vincent finds himself under the command of a man who doesn’t trust him, and allied with an enemy he hasn’t seen in four hundred years. If they succeed, Earth and the Caulborn might pull through unscathed. If they fail, life as we know it ends.