05 June 2020 by Published in: Uncategorized 18 comments

The tenth installment in the international bestselling Day After Never series is now live, and is one of the best yet, in my completely biased opinion.

There are a lot of surprises in this one, so strap in for the ride, as it goes in unexpected directions you won’t see coming.

Exclusive to Amazon, it’s available for download now, although it typically takes a few more days to make it live internationally.



  1. Rebecca R Harrison
    Tue 08th Sep 2020 at 3:47 pm

    Is book 10 the last book in this series? If there is another, what is the name and when will it be available?

    • Russell Blake  –  Tue 08th Sep 2020 at 6:01 pm

      I plan to write two to three more. No idea when the next will be available, but perhaps for Xmas!

  2. Madison James
    Thu 05th Nov 2020 at 6:31 am

    Can you tell me when 9 and 10 will be available on Audible?

    • Russell Blake  –  Thu 05th Nov 2020 at 10:32 am

      Depends on the narrator’s schedule.

  3. Carl Kunstmann
    Wed 09th Dec 2020 at 4:29 pm

    Just hoping there will be more in this series. I’ve now officially read every one of you books, but never before in my life (65 years) have I ever binge read and entire series the way I did the the Day After Never group. I absolutely could not stop until I read every one, and I’m still aching for more. Absolutely captivating!!!!

    • Russell Blake  –  Wed 09th Dec 2020 at 6:36 pm

      Glad to hear it. I intend to write another next year!

  4. Peggy skiles
    Thu 07th Jan 2021 at 3:11 pm

    I am so hooked on the Day after Never that I have just finished reading the whole series for the 2 nd time .
    Of my 69 yrs I’ve never been so addicted to a series of books like this one. I love the style of writing and the characters are so enjoyable to be in their world with the history of their character . Please tell me you have begun writing book 11,12 ,13 and hopefully more. I figure you need to clean up Washington D.C. then NewYork and Chicago . The Pandemic , Thank you for the Great writing that is getting me threw it.

  5. Jay
    Wed 14th Apr 2021 at 4:52 am

    Cannot wait for books 9 & 10 to be on Audible! Your books make my long early morning commute so much better.

  6. Josh
    Thu 22nd Apr 2021 at 2:00 pm

    Any word when books 9 & 10 will be on Audible? Been hook on Day After Never series and am eagerly awaiting those books.

    • Russell Blake  –  Fri 23rd Apr 2021 at 11:31 am

      Unfortunately, Audible has changed their royalty structure so that it isn’t financially viable to continue producing audiobooks at this time.

      • Josh Tawwater  –  Fri 23rd Apr 2021 at 11:37 am

        Well of course they did. what about iTunes or another avenue.

        • Russell Blake  –  Fri 23rd Apr 2021 at 11:44 am

          We are looking at options, but as of now, I don’t see an easy way to recoup the $5K per book in any sort of reasonable time.

  7. Carl Kunstmann
    Fri 23rd Apr 2021 at 12:43 pm

    Although I prefer reading personally, reading the string above I did a quick search. Not sure if any of these would help you or not, but here they are.

    How can I convert text to audio for free?
    Balabolka. Powerful free text to speech software with customizable voices. …
    Natural Reader. Free text to speech software with its own web browser. …
    Panopreter Basic. Easy text to speech conversion, with WAV and MP3 output. …
    WordTalk. An extension that adds text to speech to your word processor. …
    Zabaware Text-to-Speech Reader.

    • Carl Kunstmann  –  Fri 23rd Apr 2021 at 1:07 pm

      Out of curiosity, I downloaded and installed Balabolka. It is a Microsoft product. I took a PDF of a book I converted for a friend and built his website. I opened the PDF and had the program read it. It did an amazing job.

      Just something to consider, especially since it’s free. Voices are convertible as well.

  8. Robert Champion
    Tue 17th May 2022 at 2:22 am

    ..books 10 and 11 on Audible anytime soon ?

    • Russell Blake  –  Sun 05th Jun 2022 at 5:03 pm

      Not likely. Audible changed the royalty scheme so it isn’t practical to create more content with them.

  9. Liz Emerson
    Tue 23rd Jan 2024 at 12:40 am

    Why was the narrator changed in Rubicon. It’s aweful

    • Russell Blake  –  Tue 23rd Jan 2024 at 1:35 am

      It was a cost issue. I had to go downstream for it not to be a money loser so I used a different company for the last couple.


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