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OYE! OYE! Big news for all our marvelous podcasters and listeners!

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014

  Our lord and master, Evo Terra, was able to achieve quite a feat: with all his bargaining and diplomatic talents, he was able to strike a deal with both Spreaker and Stitcher. Yes, people, as of today, all of Podiobooks’ feeds are now available through those platforms! For the last weeks, our devoted minions (aka […]

Oops! RSS links are missing – but will be right back!

Sunday, June 16th, 2013

EDIT: All fixed up! Sorry for the trouble. Yesterday we pushed a bunch of back-end code live to the site. And while we thought we had tested everything, we missed one tiny part. And now, none of the straight RSS feeds to the books are displaying on a book’s page. Like I said: oops. The […]

Podiobooks.com 2.0 Week 1 Update!

Monday, September 24th, 2012

What a wild week it’s been! Thanks for your patience, understanding, and continued support. Here’s a quick recap of the current state of affairs. For those that haven’t heard; we were hacked. Hard. We’d actually been fighting some intrusions for the better part of a year. But on the evening of Wednesday, September 12th 2012, […]

New release! Tools and Means by John Mierau

Saturday, July 7th, 2012

Meet Tom Brogan. An ordinary guy. With a sister in a coma. Seeing visions of a mass murderer. Becoming one himself. Tom knows the voices in his head aren’t real…but a new voice is about to force its way inside his head. One that’s very real. And deadly.

New release! Paul Carpenter Paintings 2005-2012 by Paul Carpenter

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

Paul Carpenter is an artist worth looking at. He has shown at influential galleries on both coasts of America. The book contains fascinating comments not only on Carpenter’s work, but the state of modern art in general. Writing about his own work under the pseudonym Olivero del Santos, Carpenter investigates the cultural and political foundations […]

New release! The God Patent by Ransom Stephens

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

“Science + Art = Soul” -San Francisco Chronicle Sex, drugs, and quantum physics collide with artificial intelligence, faith and free will in this perspective-altering story. The memo said they’d get bonuses for submitting patents, so why not? Money came easily during the dot-com boom. Concealed in engineering jargon, Ryan McNear submits a patent for the […]

New release! Awaken Your English – Corso d’inglese per italiani by Antonio Libertino

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

Hai mai pensato di poter migliorare il tuo inglese mentre impari qualcosa di utile per te stesso? Con Risveglia il tuo inglese! TU: * Fisserai il tuo obiettivo di praticare la lingua * Imparerai come rilassarti volontariamente prima di parlare l’inglese * Ii rilasserai imparando nuove parole e tecniche potenzianti nonche’ l’inglese che le trasmette […]

New release! Mighty Roman Shorts by Jon Sindell

Wednesday, April 18th, 2012

]The Mighty Roman is a baseball book for today, a funny, freewheeling novel about modern American manhood. It’s a modern Mutiny On The Bounty with baseball bats and pranks. Our Captain Bligh is Roman Meister, a blustery, insecure giant who manages an independent-league baseball team near the California-Mexico border. Commanding but confused, endearing but scary, […]

New release! Betrayed, Book 2 of The Turner Chronicles by Mark Eller

Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

The War is over. Isabella has won, and the Talent Master is dead. Aaron Turner now lives in N’Ark, Isabella’s capital, where he mourns his murdered wife and son. All he wants is to tip a bottle, stare at walls, and recover. But they won’t leave him alone. The Isabellan government and slavers both want […]

New release! Dark Currents: Book 2 in the Emperor’s Edge Series

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

It’s been three months since former enforcer Amaranthe Lokdon and the notorious assassin Sicarius thwarted kidnappers and saved the emperor’s life. The problem? Nobody knows they were responsible for this good deed. Worse, they’re being blamed for the entire scheme. With enforcers and bounty hunters stalking them, and the emperor nursing a personal hatred for […]