A Port Moody author who released his sophomore novel at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic now has his work out as an audiobook.
Rolling Thunder is read by Paul Duder and the audiobook is available via Audible, Kobo, Findaway and other platforms.
It’s the second audiobook for Devlin: Dan Condie read his 2018 début called Cobra Clutch, which introduces readers to Devlin’s award-winning Hammerhead Jed series.
“Both of the readers for my audiobooks make you feel like you’re in the wrestling world,” Devlin told the Tri-City News this week.
“They read them similar to the voices in my head when I was writing the books. They make you get lost in the story, which is exciting…. For an author, it’s surreal to hear someone read your words aloud.”
Meanwhile Devlin last week marked the one-year anniversary of his third Hammerhead publication Five Moves of Doom, which is set in the Tri-Cities and is also expected to be turned into an audiobook.
The Port Moody Secondary graduate told the Tri-City News that his inaugural book in the second Hammerhead trilogy is expected to come out next fall.
Titled Bronco Buster, it centres on the protagonist being caught up in a mystery while he wrestles at a country fair in Metro Vancouver.
“It’s a lot of fun to take him out of his wheelhouse and have him dive into the unusual subcultures of wrestling,” Devlin said.