Many people have been asked about The Turing Exception audiobook, which I thought would be available in the fall. Production is underway now and most of the book has been recorded by the narrator. There’s just a bit left to do, part of which is waiting on me to rewrite some sections that weren’t working well in audio. Note to self: don’t use tables of data in a novel in the future. 🙂
I don’t have an exact date, but I think the audiobook is likely to be available in November.
This summer has been busy and chaotic, including moving. (I’m still in Portland.) That’s made it difficult to write, and I’ve gotten almost nothing done since the beginning of summer. But in the last two weeks, in part due to my writing group resuming our biweekly meetings, I’ve started to make progress again. I’m still working on the data analyst novel, and I’ll have more to share about the story as I get closer to finishing it. My original plan was to have finished by winter, but it’s looking more like springtime now.