Archive for November, 2007

MOREVI: The Chronicles of Rafe & Askana (Remastered)

Thursday, November 29th, 2007

Tee Morris returns to the world’s first podiobook, restoring lost scenes, adding in more production elements, and featuring guest voices from favorite podcasts. Set sail with Rafe and Askana again…for the first time. Morevi, a landlocked kingdom shrouded by jungles and mystery, falls under the rule of Askana Moldarin. In the dawn of this New […]

Diary of an S and M Romance is COMPLETE!

Sunday, November 25th, 2007

Dollie Llama and ThornDaddy have just concluded the first-ever adult title on Podiobooks.com. If you are of age and an open mind, check out Diary of an S and M Romance, completed in 14 episodes.

The Bloodbaths is COMPLETE!

Friday, November 23rd, 2007

Steve Libby has quickly concluded The Bloodbaths, the first book in his Aqua Pura Trilogy. While we’re waiting for the rest, enjoy these 38 episodes!

Axiom-man is COMPLETE!

Friday, November 23rd, 2007

In a journey that spans 15 chapters and 23 episodes, A. P. Fuchs has completed his superhero tale, Axiom-man. And for those interested, a graphic novel version of Axiom-man is being serialized by Drunkduck.com.

Diary of a Madman is COMPLETE!

Monday, November 19th, 2007

Clocking in at 22 episodes, the podcasting machine Mark Yoshimoto Nemcoff wraps up his thriller, Diary of a Madman.

Review title: Terrorism novel mixes fact and fiction

Monday, November 19th, 2007

Aram Schefrin wrote me to today, stating that his novel, Marwan, had just received a very nice review in the Sun Times from Naples, FL. Marwan would have been one of our first 10 books, but the nature of it’s content caused me to hold off on listing the book until I had a chance […]

Techtalk — coding for directory support

Monday, November 19th, 2007

Warning! Heavy geek talk that many of you will not care about contained in this post… We’ve done a litle re-deployment to come of our code to make things a bit more palatable for some podcasting directories. To be specific, we changed our default RSS feed generation code so that it’ kicks out a consistent […]

The Jovian Gate Chronicles

Monday, November 19th, 2007

Today we’re putting up something a little different on the site — and little is the operative word. Ron Vitale managed to record his novella, The Jovian Gate Chronicles, into an audiobook lasting only 142 minutes — or four episodes. So it’s the shortest podiobook to date: What happens when humans, ruled by the Catholic […]

Tamshi’s Imp

Friday, November 16th, 2007

Never finished. Very old. Deleting. We’re happy to see Jonathan Fesmire on the site with his second title, Tamshi’s Imp: Tamshi Telardian just had an epiphany. She now realizes that her memories are gone, and she has been serving an arch-demon bent on destroying the true gods. Further, her ice imp familiar has vanished in […]

Skeptoid: Critical Analysis of Pop Phenomena

Wednesday, November 14th, 2007

Adding to our non-fiction collection is Brian Dunning, with his title Skeptoid: Critical Analysis of Pop Phenomena: Skeptoid is a collection of skeptical factoids — short pro-science essays debunking a broad variety of phenomena in pop culture with pseudoscientific or paranormal foundations: Everything from wheatgrass juice, Bigfoot, alien abductions, and the Philadelphia Experiment to organic […]