Yesterday I announced that my booktrack for Into the Vast was available and I wanted to share briefly my initial Booktrack results (for more on what Booktrack is, see my original post). Honestly, I didn’t expect a whole lot of response because it was more or less an experiment. But I’ve been thrilled by the amount of attention it’s received. It’s showing up on the front of the Science Fiction section and even on the main page of booktrack.com. Here’s a screenshot of the Science Fiction section from the website.
Best. Reviews. Ever.
Pretty cool, eh? Forgive me for being so giddy, but after a summer of, how shall we say…anonymity with my books, just the fact that people are interested in them again is pretty refreshing. The booktrack only features the first two chapters, but several people have left really nice reviews.
A truly gripping introduction. I am a huge fan of dystopian literature and I am already hooked. I look forward to future Booktracks from you!
Amazing story — I am also very curious now as to who Adan is and where he comes from. I can’t wait to read more about this world you’ve created and Adan’s experiences with the esolace.
Astounding piece of scifi here. I’m going to look for the complete book.
What an enticing beginning to what I can only assume is a thrilling novel. I was instantly drawn in by the mystery of Adan’s past. These scientists are ambiguous– friend or foe? Ally or villain? Is taking his memories worth telepathy? I’m painfully curious now. 🙂 I really like what you did with the soundtrack, the tone of the music was just perfect.
Pretty humbled by these comments. Don’t know what more I can say but a thousand thanks to everyone who checked it out or spread the word. It’s been such a positive experience that I am seriously considering doing one for Jammer and the Blade.
I’ll keep you posted if there are more of these on the way. Until then, if you haven’t already, go check out my Into the Vast booktrack. Hope you have an awesome day reading, writing, or whatever you choose to do.