Yamada Monogatari: Demon Hunter – Audible Update

Step4-YamadaAudible.com has already cast the voice actor who is going to be doing the narration for Demon Hunter, and possibly To Break the Demon Gate as well. I don’t think I can mention his name just yet, but he’s bilingual and was born in Tokyo, so I doubt they could have found anyone more qualified. Normally in a case like this we’d be in contact for any questions the voice actor might have, but I rather imagine he won’t need the pronounciation guide. More likely he’ll be able to point out anything I got wrong, so we’ll see how it goes. I think it’s going to turn out great, and I can’t wait to hear it. Once I get a firm release date I’ll be sure to post that. Post? Heh. I’ll be shouting it from the rooftops.

Yamada_BTG_cover-V06b-PrimeYamada Monogatari: To Break the Demon Gate has its own page now at Prime Books, with a listing of places where you can pre-order. Early ordering does as much good for a book as anything–it nudges suppliers into ordering more copies and helps get the word out, so if you’re going to get the book anyway (and why wouldn’t you?), it couldn’t be much easier. Besides, most sources will have it for less than list.

One last note: Prime has also listed Yamada Monogatari: The War God’s Son in their official schedule for October 2015. Once we have the cover art set I’ll put it up here, so stay tuned.

Note: Edited to fix some obvious typos and incorrect usage. As the old saying goes, “I always know better. I just don’t always do better.”

4 thoughts on “Yamada Monogatari: Demon Hunter – Audible Update

  1. Well, that’s a lot of good news in one post–congrats!

    Meanwhile, I still don’t see Demon Gate on PS’s “forthcomging titles” page. Might the Prime version come out first after all?

    • At this rate I’m beginning to wonder. The shipping date on the PS edition has slipped so many times that I’ve given up trying to predict when it’ll be out. I hope they make it before December, but right now I’m not sure.

    • Absolutely. Demon Hunter already has one, and the next two will get a Kindle (and Nook, etc) release soon after the print edition.

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