Been getting a lot of messages about audiobooks so I wanted to clarify matters quickly.
Adventures on Brad Book 3 has been recorded and is awaiting approval from Audible. It should release any time now – within the week would be my guess, but it is up to Audible
The System Apocalypse Book 1 and 2 have been recorded and available right now on Audible. We are scheduled to record book 3 with Nick mid-May to release should be mid-to-late June 2018.
Book 4 is currently unscheduled, we’re working on getting something set up with Nick but he is extremely busy, so not sure when it’d get recorded. It might be VERY late due to how popular he is.
Alright, haven’t done this in a while, but I figured I’d do a quick writeup of LitRPG series I read and follow. Not in any order and not a complete list by ANY means. These are the ones that just popped into mind and read most recently:
Threadbare – A Golem Teddy Bear. The system itself is very reminiscent of Randidly Ghosthound, but the writing is miles better. It’s frankly amazing with a lightness to the writing that suits it’s protagonist. Such a great series and probably my favorite find in ages.
Dodge Tank – A fun ride. I like the character concept and his abilities. The plot wasn’t too surprising, though I’m definitely interested in where book 2 is going. Might turn out to be a great series, thus far, it’s okay.
War Gods Mantle – By the author of Viridian’s Gate (which I highly recommend too), this was an interesting book. It definitely is a ‘write to market’ book feeding into the harem / city building tropes that are so popular right now, but it’s well done. A good fun read.
Legacy of the Fallen – Book 3 of the Ascend Online series (or 2 with 1.5 in-between). The series is a bit weird with a bit of a weird shift with the mdiddle book randomly introducing new characters. Kind of like Malazan actually. But overall, interesting and fun. Definitely looking forward to the continuation of the series.
So… here’s the cover for the new UF / GameLit series. I’m not entirely sure it’d count as LitRPG, since the entire thing is weird. 🙂 I’d say more but then it’d ruin the fun. The book itself is on the shorter end (60k words or so).