Archive for December, 2007

Beautiful Red is COMPLETE!

Sunday, December 30th, 2007

M. Darusha Wehm has just posted the last of the twenty-three episodes that make up her cyberpunk novel Beautiful Red.

Podiobook producer pulls paper plug

Saturday, December 29th, 2007

(heh…) The Failed Cities Monologues is an award winning podiobook, and you’ve probably heard the name of the author, Matt Wallace, bandied about here and other places. But while Matt is a fantastic writer, you’d likely never have heard his words in your earbuds if it weren’t for Rick Stringer. It’s not often the lowly […]

A Long Way from Disney – Part II

Wednesday, December 26th, 2007

Seth Harwood returns to his collection of short stories, launching A Long Way from Disney – Part II: In the second season of A Long Way from Disney, an older (and perhaps wiser) Adam Berkman deals with his own series of relationships, love, marriage, and the ever-difficult question of what does one do with his […]

Top Podiobooks of 2007 posted

Tuesday, December 25th, 2007

We’ve just posted our 2007 Top Podiobooks list. I’d say this is an annual event for us, but it actually marks the first time we’ve done this. Next year, when things aren’t as crazy (yeah, right), we might actually do multiple lists. But for now, enjoy these and have a Happy New Year from all […]

Best Podiobooks of 2007

Tuesday, December 25th, 2007

This year Podiobooks.com throws it’s hat into the ring of places offering up “Best Of” lists for 2007. Our crack bands of year end revelers examined all of the books marked as complete this calendar year, appling several high tech algorithms with all sorts of letters and Grecian symbols to figure out who to feature. […]

A Long November: A Tale of Christmas Come Too Early

Monday, December 24th, 2007

Just in time for the holiday, we present the debut novel from Blake M. Petit — A Long November: A Tale of Christmas Come Too Early: Duncan Marks is just like you — sick and tired of Christmas before the Thanksgiving turkey even comes out of the oven. But this year, a Spirit of the […]

Scott Sigler to break milestone

Sunday, December 23rd, 2007

If you know anything about podcasting novels, then you know that Scott Sigler leads the charge. He was one of the first folks to try this medium, and has arguably become the most successful — if not most well-known — podiobook author. Sometime today, one more person will subscribe to his very first book, Earthcore, […]

Must Not Sleep is COMPLETE!

Sunday, December 23rd, 2007

Michael Brownstein has given his fans an early new year’s treat, posting all of the remaining episodes of his novel, Must Not Sleep. Enjoy!

The Mask of Tamirella is COMPLETE!

Saturday, December 22nd, 2007

Dana Davis is another author who doesn’t mess around. In just over two months, she’s delivered 26 episodes to wrap up her YA novel, The Mask of Tamirella.

South Coast is COMPLETE!

Friday, December 21st, 2007

Nathan Lowell has sat the bar rather high for his fellow podiobook authors. In the course of less than a year, he has written, edited, recorded and produced four different podcast novels — and I’ve loved every one of them. His most recent creation (concocted during NaNoWriMo) is South Coast and I’m tickled to post […]