Archive for July, 2006

Podiobooker Podcast #9

Sunday, July 30th, 2006

After a brief delay, Podiobooker is back! It’s another great episode packed with news, featured titles and another author interview. Featured title: Erosion by Lon S. Cohen Featured title: The Tenth Cow by Aram Schefrin Special interview: Bill DeSmedt, author of Singularity


Monday, July 24th, 2006

Russell L. Burt returns to the macabre with his novel Revelations: Bridging the gap between psychological and supernatural horror, Revelations is the story of Jamie Shetter, a psychiatrist on the brink of existential crisis. Unfortunately, her move from private practice to public service is of no help, as she discovers “truths” that have her questioning […]


Friday, July 21st, 2006

Evo’s note: this is a relaunch to mark the print publication of Ancestor. Much celebrated, much anticipated… and much blood, guts and gore. Ancestor, by Scott Sigler, is now available on! Every five minutes, a transplant candidate dies while waiting for a heart, a liver, or a kidney. Imagine a technology that could provide […]

Under the Stairs is back!

Thursday, July 20th, 2006

w00t! I’m happy to report that John Stockmyer has finally managed to get us the remaining chapters of Under the Stairs. A few hundred of your subscribers thank you. There may  be hope for the other five titles which I’ve had to deactivate due to inactivity. Another w00t is in order!

Evo narrates for Variant Frequencies

Wednesday, July 19th, 2006

Taking a break from full length novels, I was recently asked by Rick and Matt from Variant Frequencies to narrate one of their shows. They feature an eclectic mix of original short fiction and I’ve been following them from the beginning. My piece is entitled The Last Frequency, and it was a lot of fun […]

Shadowmagic by John Lenahan

Sunday, July 16th, 2006

The books keep on pouring in around here. Today’s latest is Shadowmagic by John Lenahan: “Hi, my name is Conor. Other than my father being a bit of an eccentric lunatic, my life was pretty normal until I got attacked in my living room and whisked away to Tir na Nog, the mystical land of […]

The Worldwrights

Wednesday, July 12th, 2006

Our latest title: The Worldwrights by Max Grant: Kalukan awakens from millenia of cold sleep to find his companions dead. He has been charged by the long-dead Worldwrights to protect their creation from its out-of-control Overseer. As Kalukan prepares for his final quest against the Overseer, now named the Ghala, he begins to learn that […]

Paul Fisher’s “Mac Daddy” tool

Wednesday, July 12th, 2006

Hey, everyone! Paul Fischer of the Balticon Podcast, the ADD Cast, and one or two projects coming soon to has designed for Macintosh-using podcasters a handly little tool that automates ID3 tags for podcasters. So if you’re on a Mac, use OS X (10.3 or better), and want to automate part of the process […]

In the Service of Samurai

Thursday, July 6th, 2006

I love the smell of algae-draped Samurai in the morning. We present In the Service of Samurai, by Gloria Oliver. The choice: Serve the undead or become one of them. Toshi never expected the strange visitor who one evening stepped foot inside his master’s shop. A samurai smelling of the sea, dripping on the ground, […]

Roadworks by Gerard Readett

Wednesday, July 5th, 2006

You hate traffic. I hate traffic. Think how much it’ll suck in 15 years. Roadworks, by Gerard Readett: Traffic Jam Buster! Come to Brussels, a congestion-free city in 2022, but avoid the day of ‘Roadworks’, when Akila Kama, an African terrorist takes the city and many foreign heads of state hostage. His demands are simple, […]