Wil Wheaton's latest book, The Happiest Days of Our Lives, is now out as an audiobook. If you've not had the chance to go and hear Wil read his stories live, this is the next best thing. "Blue Light Special" was great on the page, but when Wil read it, he performed it and took it to a new level of awesomeness. I laughed so hard, I had to make my save vs. Accidentally Spitting Beer on Wil's Wife roll (I managed, just, with a 13).
For only $19.72, you, too, can laugh that hard. I highly recommend it if you have an epic commute, because Wil's audiobooks are so good, they even make the 405 in rush hour bearable. A bold statement, I know, but I'm standing behind it.
(Oh, and I might've had something to do with the banners and flyers for the audiobook's media kit, which should be up shortly at the Monolith press site. There seems to be some demand for a CD insert with art, so I'll be doing that as well, if you'd like to have something to go with a burned copy you're giving as a gift. Stay tuned.)