Audio version of Robin Hood and the Caliph’s Gold
I didn’t think it was going to happen. I looked into it and it seems too expensive, too difficult to organise and then . . . a miracle. A company called Isis Audio (obviously not THAT Isis) called and asked if I would licence them to produce an audio version of Robin Hood and the Caliph’s Gold! Hooray!
I’ve signed a contract with Isis, the audio book should be available on 1st November, and we have booked the brilliant Mike Rogers, who did many of my other Robin Hood books, to do the voice-work!
I don’t really listen to audio books myself, I don’t know why – the one’s I’ve listened to have been brilliant. Maybe it’s just lack of initiative. But Isis tell me that the audio version of The Caliph’s Gold will be available in libraries, in physical editions via their website and Amazon, and as downloads from Audible, Storytel, Bookbeat, Apple, Google and a variety of other platforms.
So that’s good news. I have more good stuff to tell you but I cannot reveal it just yet as I haven’t actually signed the appropriate contracts, and I’m a bit superstitious about this sort of thing. Don’t want to jinx it. But brace yourselves for some over-the-top exuberance from me in coming weeks.
In the meantime, I have given Robin Hood and the Caliph’s Gold another edit – there were some errors and typos that readers picked up, which I have now fixed – and I have republished via Amazon it at much lower price.
The eBook of The Caliph’s Gold is now only £2.99 and the paperback is only £7.97 and you can get both from Amazon by clicking here.