Wednesday, February 21, 2018

A SAMPLE FROM THE AUDIO DRAMA OF ROGUE CLONE

Graphic Audio, the same company that published the truly amazing audio productions of Batman: No Man's Land, created dramas based on my Rogue Clone series.

These productions include large casts of actors, original musical scores and sound effects.

Here is a scene from The Clone Republic, book one in the series.  (Click here.)






















13 comments:

  1. Hi Steven, How are you doing?
    I've loved re-reading these books. I'm up to Empire again and it's just as good as the first time. I was only going to re-read up to Elite, as that is my favourite, but I just kept going.

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  2. Elite was always my favorite. Just a hint, keep your eye on the blog. With my publisher's permission, I should have a teaser going up this week for my new book, which is coming out in October.

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    1. Fantastic, I'll keep my eye out. I always come to have a look every now and again anyway.

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    2. Thanks, Dave, ad I'm glad you still enjoy the Clone books.

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  3. You know, I actually wrote the short story from which this novel eventually emerged back in Portland!

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    1. Definitely can't wait to read it!

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    2. Thank you. How is the SHhebox Prince?

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    3. He's doing fine! Did you know he had both his hips replaced just over a year ago? He's trying not to be old, but he couldn't escape the titanium replacements.

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    4. No. I did not know. I may face that some time in the future, and I'm not as athletic as him.

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  4. I feel betrayed!

    Last time I surfed onto this page, it had a very outdated post, without any updates... Now I'm missing out!

    Also, totally vouch for the graphic audio versions of the "Rouge Clone" series. I have them all, and love the heck out of them.

    Do you have a email list or something so I don't feel so left out? A way to subscribe to the blog so I get a notification?

    Also... My brother(s), father and I are concidering starting an indie video game studio. Would love to talk to you about this series. ;).

    Still have any interest in that sort of thing?

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  5. David,

    This may be the most backward blog ever created. My apologies. I am told that there are subscribers who receive regular updates on the rare occasions I post.

    If you send me your email, I will respond directly to you and delete your post. Fair deal?

    Steve

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