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So, while I had a little break during the Crimbo Linbo (the strange time warp between Christmas day and New Years day) I spent a couple of hours a day scrawling updates for 'The Man in the Rubber Mask.'

For those of you who don't know, I've released the original book (published in '94) as an audiobook. The first 3 chapters are free, for £4.99 (around $7 US) you can get the rest in non DRM Mp3 format, but that's not all!

At present the book tells the story of how I fell into a life of rubber on the small rouge one, but it only goes up as far as 1992.

People who subscribe to the book now will also get lots more for no extra charge, I will start uploading fresh chapters in March, and release the final part, (covering what we are up to now) in September when the series is broadcast in the UK.

When or if you get a moment, toddle over and have a listen. The picture at the top of this post is a link BTW. I'm that clever.

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Loved the book back in the day, and have been enjoying the audio version - really looking forward to hearing the updates (especially series VI, and your thoughts on your own written episode from VII). Roll on March!


January 3, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKris Carter

I remember borrowing the original book back in the 90's as a kid from my local library, and I'd forgotten all about it until now. Looks like I'll have to dig up a fiver and subscribe, never been a fan of audio books but I think in this case (as it's you) I'll make an exception.

Wonder if you put on any of the kryten sounds when you read out bits about him? lol

January 4, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterStephen

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