Sold Out and Mexican Heat now available as audio books!

Hey guys!

Hope everyone is doing well. I wanted to pass along that my audio books are now available on

For those who don’t need the sales pitch, here are the links:

They are narrated by Jay Snyder, who has narrated numerous James Patterson books besides having quite a career in, well, everywhere. He’s an actor/director who’s appeared on Broadway, Off-Broadway, in regional theatre, and on television, and has been doing voice-over for over ten years.

He has voiced for feature films and has been heard on Nickelodeon, WB, Cartoon Network, Fox TV, the SciFi Channel, EWam, and the new CW4Kids. His bio says he’s best known for his work on Saturday morning cartoons like Yu-Gi-Oh! (lead), Viva Pinata (lead), Sonic X, and Pokemon, but he has also worked on many other animations and can currently be heard in Gogoriki, Pat and Stan, and Chaotic. His other voice-over work includes several audiobooks, documentaries, promos, and commercials.

I’ve listened to his voice on a couple of the James Patterson books and it’s pretty incredible. I’m super pumped he was selected to narrate Sold Out and Mexican Heat, and again more than honored that Audible saw fit to publish the Nick Woods series.

Nick Woods just went to a whole new level, and I’d tell him, but he’s off hunting bad guys and wouldn’t care anyway.

Keep the faith,

Stan R. Mitchell

About meStan R. Mitchell writes some of the most action-packed, fast-moving gunfighter novels around. Tired of slow-paced, investigative novels that take 50 pages to excite you? Look no further! Stan is the best-selling author of 5 novels in 3 different time periods. He’s also a prior infantry Marine with Combat Action Ribbon, and a former journalist who spent ten years in the newspaper business, learning how to hook the reader, cut out the filler, and just tell the story. In short, Stan is knowledgeable, he’s fast, and his books will blow you away. Don’t forget to subscribe for email alerts to keep up with his latest works.

‘Mexican Heat’ is “Tom Clancy on steroids,” says Author Mark Allen

Mexican Heat,” my second Nick Woods book, got reviewed by Author (and friend) Mark Allen.

Mark Allen’s review of Mexican Heat

Take a look if you get a moment, and I hope everyone has a great weekend!

(Oh! And I should say that “Mexican Heat”and “Sold Out” have been selling amazing of late, spending much of the week with BOTH of them in the Top 100 of Amazon’s political thriller genre, with the likes of Brad Thor, Vince Flynn, and David Baldacci.)

Keep the faith,

Stan R. Mitchell

Oak Ridge, Tenn.

About me: I’m an action fiction author with books similar to Vince Flynn, Stephen Hunter, and Tom Clancy. I’m also a prior infantry Marine with Combat Action Ribbon, and a guy who spent 10+ years in the newspaper business. Please consider subscribing to my blog — I mostly post about things that either motivate you, inspire you, or make you laugh.

A positive attitude is contagious

Good Saturday afternoon my fellow members of Mitchell’s Militia!

Hope you guys are having a great weekend! I’m trying to push through yet more editing on Mexican Heat. I’ve got three people helping me make it shine as best it can, and despite the continued delays, I’m confident this is my best book yet.

So, what are you guys into this week? Let me know in the comments below! (You know I love keeping up with you all, so maybe tell me what you’re doing, what you wish you were doing, and what you wish you weren’t having to deal with.)

And here’s something definitely worth reading, in an effort to make our lives a little better!

A positive attitude is contagious.

(Hat tip, Gen. Michel @JohnEMichel)

Keep the faith,

Stan R. Mitchell

Oak Ridge, Tenn.

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 If you enjoy fast-paced books, you just might like my works. “Sold Out” tracks the life of a legendary Marine Sniper after a CIA unit decides to kill him for reasons of national security. “Little Man, and the Dixon County War” tells the uphill fight a young deputy faces after finding himself in the sights of a mighty cattle baron. And “Soldier On,” a short novel, follows the lives of several German soldiers in a depleted infantry company trying to make it through the final, miserable months of World War II.