Everyone loves a good podcast. In the years since my hiatus began, the number of podcast listeners has grown leaps and bounds. Ebook readership, on the other hand, has not fared nearly as well.

It makes sense. We spend so much of the day stuck in a commute, waiting in line, or just trying to get things done. While these are all great times to catch up on a podcast, they aren’t really condusive to reading. (Seriously, don’t read while driving…)

I never really paid audiobooks much attention until about a year ago when my wife decided to try out Audible. I don’t think it even took her a week to get hooked, and that’s when the gears started to turn.

I have been sitting on the final draft of “Ten Nights” for a while now. After ages of waiting for her to give it a read through, I joked that I was going to record an audiobook of it so she’d finally be able to give feedback. She didn’t laugh. Instead, she simply looked at me and said, “You really should. It’s a good idea.” It’s been rattling around in my head ever since.

And so, I am happy to announce a change in direction and media. In the next couple of months, I will be shifting from traditional books to a combination of audiobooks and a podcast. I’ll have more details in a week or two once the final details are hammered out, but I’m pretty hyped about the prospects.

Until then, I just want to give a big thank you for all of the support. It’s been a long and chaotic few years, but things are finally looking bright.

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