Thursday, February 27, 2020

Sandy Pearl Audiobook Release

Sandy Pearl and the Blades has been released as an audiobook! Follow this link to get a subscription at Audible and purchase the book. Also available as a paperback or ebook at Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes&Noble, Apple, and other fine online book retailers.

Friday, February 21, 2020

Two More of Stone's Books Into Audiobook Production

Two more of my books are now in audiobook production! Smolif and To The Stars will be available as audiobooks sometime this Spring. Release dates are pending but the contracts have been inked and the process has begun. Don Alfredano will be the voice of Contra Marlo in Smolif and Stacey Krejci will narrate for To The Stars and become the voice of the young Harry Irons. I am very excited and looking forward to hearing the new offerings. I hope you are too!

Friday, February 14, 2020

For TommyBoy

The Cane Patch Collectors at Audible

The Cane Patch Collectors is written by Thomas C. Stone and narrated by George Johnson.

Murder in small town Texas. It's tough being a single mom. But it's also tough being the only son of a single mom when your dad is dead and you're the new kid in school. To make matters worse, kids are disappearing in your small town and surrounding county. All you want is to have a normal life. Good luck with that.

The Cane Patch Collectors is suitable for a general audience and is available as an audio book at Amazon and Audible!

Monday, February 10, 2020

Hello, Goodbye

And the Winner Is...

Big surprise! Not really. Joaquin Phoenix snags Oscar for Best Actor.

Best representation ever of me at 16 getting released from Sunday School.

Sunday, February 9, 2020

Smolif in Paperback or eBook

Smolif (by Thomas C. Stone) is a sci-fi tale about Contra Marlo, a retired, alcoholic, security specialist. Contra was the best before he dropped out and became a full-time drunk. When a company rep offers him an off-planet job, Marlo must deal with sobriety, inexperienced team members, and a lack of information -- as well as the dangers of an alien world and the man who would be king of that world. PG-13.

I got the idea to write Smolif from Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness -- the story of a company man traveling to the wildest parts of 19th century Africa to confront another company man who had gone rogue and whose methods of quelling the natives in order to facilitate trade had become "unsound". If you may recall, Apocalypse Now -- the 1979 Francis Ford Coppola Vietnam war movie -- was also based on Conrad's original novel.

Smolif is available in either industrial paperback or ebook form.