Archive for the 'Podiobooks' Category

New release! Firmware: Keylogger by Colbytrax

Sunday, March 29th, 2015

Book 3 is out from Colbytrax! Check out the continuing story in Firmware: Keylogger: Isaac Sarason is a skilled hacker formerly employed by British Telecom-Sprint. With his health failing, Isaac did the only thing he could think of: He ran. He found a haven in a working class district of the City known as Little Russia. There […]

New release! This Burning World by Jeff Lane

Monday, March 23rd, 2015

Jeff lane returns with his second The Champion Saga. If you like your thrillers with a dash of scifi, check out This Burning World: Picking up where This Paper World left off, Jim Hunt is at home with friends and family for summer break… but only briefly. He has committed to attend intense training to hone […]

New release! Eddie K — Season One by David Collins-Rivera

Saturday, March 7th, 2015

Here’s a little humorous audiodrama to liven up your early March. Please enjoy the first season of Eddie K by David Collins-Rivera: Portly, middle-aged, modern day lounge singer, Eddie Kosnofski, is on his way up! Okay, not really. But he WANTS to be, which is all he needs to keep on swinging — despite cynicism, anger […]

Re-released! The final version of Nocturnal by Scott Sigler

Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

It’s back. Well, sort of. What you heard originally on Podiobooks.com back in 2008 is much much different than this, the current version of Nocturnal. It’s still great horror audio from the original master, Scott Sigler. But it’s had the benefit of editing. You know, that process that lets the author clean up random plot […]

New release! By Your Side by Phil Giunta

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

We’ve got a brand new horror audio experience for you, with the serialized audiobook By Your Side by Phil Giunta: While haunted by visions of her brother’s suicide, psychic-medium Miranda Lorensen is called to Lancaster, Pennsylvania to investigate a series of bizarre deaths–some of which are also suicides.  Miranda and her team of paranormal investigators quickly […]

Hidden Harbor Mysteries now available on Podiobooks.com!

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

A big thanks to writer Jay Smith and producer Brian Lincoln for getting their Hidden Harbor Mysteries listed with us! Long-time serialized fiction listeners will recognize many of the contributing voices: Hidden Harbor, USA. It is a time of war and hardship for millions of Americans, many of whom live in a city of lies and […]

New release! Bear Spirit by D.C. Wood

Friday, January 2nd, 2015

Check out D.C. Wood’s historical fantasy, Bear Spirit, now available as a free serialized audiobook! Arti Ursella is a troubled, bed-tempered teenager from Congleton, Cheshire. One of millions of UK residents living on the dole, Arti’s only friends are cousin Jessica Forsyth and next-door neighbour, Aaron Fox. As the trio contemplate their future in the […]

Re-released! The Rookie by Scott Sigler

Wednesday, December 31st, 2014

To celebrate the new year, we’re happy to bring back The Rookie, by Scott Sigler, to Podiobooks.com. You might recall that The Rookie, the first book in the Galactic Football League series, was originally written and published on Podiobooks.com before Scott decided to make the entire series YA-friendly. We took the original, not-YA-friendly version down a […]

New release! Il Blog di Awaken Your English – Volume 2 by Antonio Libertino

Monday, December 22nd, 2014

It strikes me that I should probably write this post in Italian… but I don’t speak or write in Italian. Regardless, Antonio Libertino speaks (and writes) both languages, and he’s helping language learners on both sides. This is his second book that teaches English to native Italian speakers: Il Blog di Awaken Your English – Volume 2. […]

New release! Guys Can Read by Dave Cornford

Friday, December 19th, 2014

Short stories that reinforce, ostensibly, that Guys Can Read by Dave Cornford: GUYS can read? Hell yeah, and they can listen too. You’ll love the eight stories in this collection because they each have something about them that appeals to male readers. Or might do. Not that females won’t like them, especially. Anyway, there’s no saccharine […]