I’m especially excited to get to host this blog tour and to share a little about this awesome book because I had a hand in editing it. At the end of this post are some links to other sites where you can get more awesome content about this book and find out more details about Rift Jump.
As for me…I get the privilege of presenting the Rift Jump Soundtrack. This is a collection of songs put together by the author, with page numbers of where you should listen to the song. If any of you have followed me in the past, you know that I’m all about finding ways to put more multimedia into the written arts. At one point I even thought of doing this EXACT THING for Winter. But it seemed like way too much work and I never got around to it. I’m glad Greg wasn’t as lazy as me.
Before I give you the soundtrack, here’s the back cover copy of Rift Jump so that you’ll get the gist of the story. The coolness of the soundtrack should also help give you a feel for what you’ll be getting.
I’ve been a little under the weather today and haven’t felt up to doing a vlog. I do want to give you something, though. Today is also my birthday. And my gift to you is this very special announcement.
We’re in the process of producing the next best thing to an actual movie of Winter. An audio book. But not just any audio book, an audio book featuring actual voice acting instead of standard narration. We’re also going to add a subtle soundtrack in a few key places in the story.
I am honored to be working with the very talented Lindsay Zana. She’s working hard to bring this story to life in a way you’ve never experienced before. A graduate of Oklahoma City University, her resume boasts of film, voice over, and theater credits. I’ve listened to the first chapter already and it’s awesome. Not only does she do a convincing Winter, but she’s convincing with every character. You’ll think there’s more than one person doing the voices! Check out her website at www.LindsayZana.com.
Once completed, this audio production of Winter will be available through Amazon, Audible, and iTunes. I’ll keep you updated as it progresses about release dates and such. But expect it sometime this Spring.