The Call Is Out!

It’s been a long time coming, but it’s out on Kindle now. I’m getting the other formats set up and putting the paperback version together.

You can find it now at Zypheria’s Call.

Thanks for all your patience.

35 Responses to “The Call Is Out!”

  1. 1

    Thank you, Nathan! I am hooked on Tanyth’s adventures. I derive great pleasure as well as “forced” introspection from reading your tales. The Amazon price of less-than $5 is a bargain. I will also be donating when I can listen to the podiobook. I hope others will buy & donate so you are able to spend full-time creating new works.

    Warm regards,


  2. 2
    Eric W

    Hooray! Starting to read it right now. Hope you’ll do the audio
    version as well, I have another cross-country flight soon!

  3. 3

    Nathan, thank you. I dropped by to see how things were going and discovered that the Call was released. Just purchased the eBook and left a review on Amazon. Hope all is stabilizing!

  4. 4

    The podcast is getting done but finding the time in the midst of the publishing changeover is … challenging.

  5. 5

    epub PLEASE!! for us in the non-kindle world! TIA

  6. 6

    I saw this announcement right before I went to bed and ended up downloading the book and reading into the wee hours! Definitely enjoyed myself – consider my staying up until 1am to finish even though I had to get up early and had an exam the next day a testament to how much I enjoyed it. Very happy to see how Tanyth is doing. I am definitely looking forward to listening to the audiobook version as well.

    Typo notes (in case you were interested). Near the end of Ch. 22 somewhere – sorry I can’t be more specific, it was around midnight – there is a “ta” instead of an “at. And then in another chapter when they’re talking about that certain item with bacon grease on it, Tanyth says “I has” instead of “It has”.

  7. 7
    Dana Watsham

    We shall marshal some patience ;o)

  8. 8
    Alan Saylor

    Wonderful! But it was too short. I saw that it was available yesterday, bought it and finishedit before bedtime. I can’t wait to see the last installment.

  9. 9

    What a fabulous book, fabulous lead on from Ravenwood & wonderful to see the characters in a different environment. Only one quibble is that my (uk) download appears to miss the last few words of each chapter – don’t know if this is just me?

  10. 10

    If you got an early release, there’s an error in the code that handles end of page breaks. I fixed it (I hope) at the end of last week and told Amazon about it to help facilitate getting a new file. You could try going to the “Manage My Kindle” page and see if the new version will load for you. You probably figured out you can work around it by changing font size … which is a pain in the butt.

    And thanks!!

  11. 11

    I hadn’t figured the font size trick so that’ll do me fine 🙂 Thanks loads, I firmly believe that your attention to your readers puts you a cut above the rest! I look forward to the conclusion of Tanyth’s story & I’m thinking of giving your Share series a try while I wait!

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    Ray Watson

    I’m not happy with you Nathan. The Call comes out. It takes me 2 days to read it and i will have to wait how long for the next installment od Tanyth’s adventures?!?! ;-). Excellent follow up to Ravenswood. Great read!

  13. 13

    Early next year.

    Sorry. I got rather buried recently.

  14. 14
    Didymus Rex

    Purchased my Kindle version, but now must decide if I can wait for the podcast so you can read it to me… Nah, can’t wait!


  15. 15
    Dana Watsham

    How is the audio version coming along? Just to be nosy?

  16. 16

    I’ve got a few chapters recorded, but I’m not making very rapid headway because the production work on the Share books is sucking up all my time.

    Wish I had better news.

  17. 17
    Dana Watsham

    Thanks for replying :o)

  18. 18
    Phillip Knox

    Zypheria’s Call Podiobook!!!!

  19. 19

    It’s coming.

    It takes awhile and I have to have it complete before I can release it now and it’s getting delayed even more because of the Ridan issues.

    But I promise, it’s coming.

  20. 20
    Phillip Knox

    Thanks for replying Nathan! As always, reading it’s one thing but
    hearing you tell the story is wonderful, rich, and full of promise.

  21. 21
    Dana Watsham

    Phil: Plus, some of us have issues with dyslexia + English as a second language. Then reading is by brute force, and audiobooks are the next best thing to heaven 😉

  22. 22
    Phillip Knox

    My Amazon Review !!!!!

    5.0 out of 5 stars Superb!!, October 26, 2012
    By drp2thehill – See all my reviews

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Zypheria’s Call (A Tanyth Fairport Adventure) (Kindle Edition)
    The characters come to life along with sights, smells, and emotion. Tanyth brings adventure back into reading. I liked Tanyth from the beginning of Ravenwood(her first adventure)! Nathan Lowell is the best. Bravo!

  23. 23

    Thanks, Phillip. 🙂

  24. 24
    Phillip Knox

    You’re very welcome sir!

  25. 25

    I’m about 90% through the Call and I loving it . I can not wait for the next one

  26. 26

    Bumping for audio version status?

  27. 27

    Still hung up behind the re-issue of the first four Share books and the release of Captain’s Share.


  28. 28
    Jim Caplan

    Oh, Captain. What a delightful trip! You got me again.

  29. 29
    Dana Watsham

    Bump? Just a slight update? Pretty please?

  30. 30
    John Hill

    I finished reading last night. No spoilers, and I loved it, but, seriously, I can’t believe you ended it where you did. Aarrgghh!! I am, to put it mildly, eagerly awaiting book 3.

  31. 31
    Michelle David

    The book was wonderful! Can’t wait to read her next adventure…it just keeps getting better!

  32. 32
    Amy Rangel

    Just now getting around to reading the second book in the series after listening to the first countless times. I was wondering, why did the name of the big city change from Overton to Kleesport? Love your work, they are addicting and immersive, which is why I found myself a bit disoriented with the name change. Thanks for the work you do.

  33. 33

    Because of Glen Beck’s Overton Window.

  34. 34
    Jennifer Cornell

    Hi Nathan,
    I recently discovered Ravenwood audio and am thoroughly enjoying it. I listen while I work out on the stepmill 🙂 I’m getting a little worried that I may have to stop working out if I can’t find the audio version of book 2 – any update? Is it out there somewhere and I just can’t find it?

    With thanks!

  35. 35

    They’re coming … just … so is Christmas?

    Just sayin’.