Shamans & Shifters Space Opera Book 1
Shamans & Shifters Space Opera Book 1
Seventeen-year-old Miles thinks helping NASA fix their sensor was ‘pretty cool.’ Can amateurs really contribute to the advancement of science?
Never underestimate #LitRPG readers. Here’s a very well organized and perhaps spot on analysis of one reader’s opinion. In fact, all of the comments are insightful.
Likes: NPCs that are lifelike and like real people. This is one of the coolest concepts that litrpg can do better than real video games and one of the reasons I like reading about “video games” instead of actually playing them. Real video games just don’t have the technology yet. I also like when the story explores the relationship of players and how they interact with the concept of NPCs being people. This is really well done in The Dragon’s Wrath series. Main characters who are clever and out think oppone
332 pages | Kindle Unlimited | Published 20 Aug 2017
A Nowhere Job, A Bootleg Game, and Luck Turned Upside Down
Hal Dix was stuck in an unlucky life. His wife’s a successful engineering executive while his job as an IT help desk assistant manager was leading nowhere. Even his daughter’s daycare teacher thought he was a loser. He couldn’t catch a break.
A strange old woman sells Hal a bootleg early release of the highly anticipated Fantasma game at a flea market. It is just what he wished for and he can’t wait to play it during his long weekend home alone. His luck has finally turned around, right?
Hal should be careful what he wishes for.
Wisked away into the game he only wanted to play for a weekend, Hal enters a world desperate for a hero.
Is Hal Dix that hero?
Join the adventure in this first book of an epic LitRPG fantasy trilogy. Play along with Hal and his new friends in Fantasma, as he becomes an Accidental Thief, and perhaps, a mythical hero of prophecy. Click to buy Accidental Thief now.
Back in my day… .
Oric Rune, A Player Killer with nothing left to lose, wants nothing more than to avenge the villagers of Ducat, who were butchered before his very eyes by the Drachma Killers. But with the people of the Rune Lands encroaching on the southern cities of Unigaea, and something brewing in the sky that could prove fatal to the entire online world, Oric must make the choice between personal vengeance, and becoming the hero he is destined to be. Joining him on his epic journey are a giant Tagvornin wolf, a mute Solar Mage, and a cunning illusionist named Sam Raid.
Do not miss this powerful LitRPG fantasy trilogy, by the author of Fantasy Online and The Feedback Loop series!
Though Jeff Hays has already partnered with Harmon Cooper in two other LitRPG series, this first installment of the Last Warrior of Unigaea, marks the first official production under the Soundbooth Theater audiobook production label, narrated by the One Man Theater himself, and introducing singer/songwriter Annie Ellicott in her audiobook debut as Sam Raid!
Jeff Hays has built a name for himself by creating immersive experiences out of his productions, blurring the line between audiobooks and audio drama, with distinct, convincing character voices, pristine recording, and special effects, to add depth and dimension. This year, Jeff has made it his mission to serve some of the best authors in the LitRPG genre, including William D. Arand, and Blaise Corvin, and has dedicated himself to giving a voice to all the worlds of the Proxima Galaxy. If you enjoy The Last Warrior of Unigaea, don’t miss Harmon and Jeff’s other Audible forays into LitRPG: The Feedback Loop Series, and Fantasy Online! Oric Rune will return in the next installment of The Last Warrior of Unigaea, and Fantasy Online: Polynya!
The Soundbooth Theater team for this production:
Jeff Hays – Narration, Characters, Production Supervision
Annie Ellicott – The Voice of Sam Raid
Dalton Lynne – Proofing
Alex Tate – Production, Editing, Mastering
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Ah, the wrath of an Amazon or Goodreads reviewer. We’ve all gotten them. Doesn’t matter if you’re writing under a pen (which I always do) or whether you are using your real name. Reviewers have a way of biting at the heart of an author’s soul upon occasion.