I recently re-edited the third book of my Mnevermind Trilogy for audio in anticipation of the audiobook production. I can’t wait to hear Seth Clayton perform it. He totally killed it on books 1 and 2.
Is this trilogy for you? The Mnevermind idea has its root in mnemonics, having to do with memories. In the series, a technology exists similar to virtual reality where people can get temporary recreational memories implanted, in semi-professional settings similar to tanning salons. That’s about as science-y as it gets! Other than that one technology, it’s a down-to-earth story about a struggling small business owner, his family, and his love interest on the autism spectrum.
I often recommend this series to people who’ve enjoyed the films Memento or Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Black Mirror fans might dig it too, though it’s more romantic and less dark.
The first book, The Persistence of Memory is on sale for 99¢ through Monday, November 6.
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And I’ll be sending out audiobooks to all the wonderful folks who requested them from me at GRL! (I need to do some data entry and figure out how to perform a gmail mail-merge, but never fear guys, it’s in the works.)
“The emotional ups and downs of Mnevermind were enhanced by this medium. Hearing the characters come to life made it impossible for me to turn off the novel. The story itself is equal parts fascinating and heart-wrenching.” Audible review by Terri-Dawne
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