Archive for July, 2008

Get Shadowmagic in hardback — signed!

Thursday, July 31st, 2008

Just got this word from Shadowmagic author John Lenahan: After lots of trials and tribulations, Shadowmagic is finally coming out in a hardback signed/numbered limited first edition of 1000 copies – next Monday – August 4. If you live in the US, I can only recommend you try Amazon.co.uk. Here in the UK it will […]

BloodCast, Season 2

Wednesday, July 30th, 2008

Anyone ever hear of Scott Sigler? Kidding. The Future Dark Overlord is back with another helping of blood and gore. Mad props to dedicated Podiobooks.com fan Arioch for compiling another collection of Sigler short stories in BloodCast, Season 2: Season Two presents 10 more bloody episodes from best selling author Scott Sigler. It features the […]

Dunkin the Vampire Slayer is COMPLETE

Wednesday, July 30th, 2008

We’ve just posted the 20th and final installment in Greg Crites’ tale, Dunkin the Vampire Slayer. Enjoy!

Letter from China

Monday, July 28th, 2008

Today we release Letter from China by Peter James Froning: This is a poignant and irreverent diary of the author’s yearlong (2001-2) experience of teaching English to college students in Beijing, People’s Republic of China. From the very first pages, the author draws you into his struggle with a culture worlds away from his comfort […]

Sometimes, authors get behind for good reasons

Friday, July 25th, 2008

Some of you may have noticed that one of the books on our site, The Chameleon Chronicles: Colors of Fate, went sort of MIA with new episodes in the month of June, then came back with a vengeance in July. Andrew, the author and producer of the work, would like to explain: I just wanted […]

The Round Red Stone

Friday, July 25th, 2008

Jeff Burton adds to our collection of Young Adult (and Family Friendly) titles with his novel, The Round Red Stone: This tale concerns a lad of twelve, who sets off unwillingly on a journey with his uncle. In the course of his adventures, he obtains a stone, whose ultimate meaning is tied up with the […]

Spend an hour on YouTube with 3 podiobook authors

Friday, July 25th, 2008

Stacey Cochrane, author of The Colorado Sequence and Amber Page, has more than just new media chops. He also hosts his own television show (The Artist’s Craft). Coming back full circle, Stacey has been putting up some long-form videos up on YouTube for a bit more “sticking” power. Recently he captured P.G. Holyfield (Murder at […]

Dunkin the Vampire Slayer

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2008

Greg Crites today launches his third book on the site, Dunkin the Vampire Slayer. The author has requested this be listed as an Adults-Only title, so consider yourselves warned: What could possibly bring together a 450 pound vampire slayer, a drunken, acid-tongued detective, a good natured carpenter, bureaucratic vampires, giant anacondas, mutant vampire bats, Ho […]

Plugging for Geek Radio Daily

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008

In case you hadn’t noticed, it’s getting a little crowded around here. Well over 200 books, with plenty more in the works. Some of you have been around here from the beginning, and a handful might have actually listened to everything we’ve made available. You’re crazy, but that’s beside the point. But for the overwhelming […]

Movie planning for Forever Fifteen

Monday, July 21st, 2008

It seems like more and more media producers are seeing our growing stable of authors as an important talent pool. Kimberly Steele, the author of Forever Fifteen writes to tell me: … a wonderful director in Canada, Eva Madden, plans to adapt [Forever Fifteen] to script and within a few years, my book may become […]