FridayFix • THE CHAMPION audiobook available

THE CHAMPION audiobook now available at Amazon, iTunes and Audible (get it for free as part of an Audible Free Trial, learn more at http://scottsigler.com/audible-free-trial/

We’re at SiglerFest2k14 in Vegas, and the news just dropped that THE CHAMPION (GFL Book V) audiobook is finally available on iTunes, Amazon and Audible. Here’s a quick FridayFix to give you some info, along with comments by five Junkies whose lives have changed forever due to this staggering news.

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Read by your favorite Future Dark Overlord himself, the epic saga of Quentin Barnes and the Ionath Krakens continues.

GET IT FOR FREE?
If you are not already an Audible customer, you can sign up for a no-risk, 30-day trial and download the THE CHAMPION audiobook for free. If you like Audible’s service, just pay the monthly fee and keep getting audiobooks. If you don’t like their service, cancel and keep THE CHAMPION — it don’t even cost nuthin’.

SCOTT, WHICH WAY MAKE YOU THE MOST $$$
This remains the single most-common question we are asked. The answer is: “do what you’re comfortable with.” We’re here for you, you’re not here for us. However, if you really want to know, we actually make more if you sign up for the trial and download THE CHAMPION as your first audiobook. That’s right, you get the book for free, we get more money. Ka-boom! If you’re already an Audible customer, just snag it at the posted price or use one of your Audible credits. Doesn’t matter to us either way.

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Comments

  1. Zaf

    Any chance of a DRM free version?

    As much as I love throwing money at my lord and master that is the Future Dark Overlord, I’d rather do it on DRM free content.

  2. ratman19

    Has anyone received the hardcover yet? This was my first preorder so I am unsure how long it typically takes (I’m on the east coast). Certainly not trying to rush it, I know how much work many of you went through in order to ship these books, just curious is all. I come home from work every day and hope to see it.

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