Archive for June, 2007

The Red Panda Adventures – Season Two

Saturday, June 30th, 2007

The masked man and the Flying Squirrel return in Decoder Ring Theatre’s The Red Panda Adventures – Season Two: Return with us once again to those thrilling days of yesteryear! A time when a man in a mask could make a stand against the growing forces of darkness… Decoder Ring Theatre is proud to return […]

Black Jack Justice – Season Two

Saturday, June 30th, 2007

Decoder Ring Theatre is back! We are happy to release Black Jack Justice – Season Two. Decoder Ring Theatre proudly returns to Podiobooks for our second season of full-cast audio adventure with Black Jack Justice! Join Jack Justice and Trixie Dixon, Girl Detective for six all-new hardboiled mysteries in the tradition of Radio’s Golden Age. […]

Prophecy of Swords author on the road

Saturday, June 30th, 2007

M. H. Bonham, author of Prophecy of Swords, will be attending Conestoga in Tulsa, OK, on July 20-21, 2007. She will be reading from the newly released sequel to Prophecy of Swords, Runestone of Teiwas, and copies of both books will be available at the con through Yard Dog Press. She will also be attending […]

Republic Gets Killer Review

Friday, June 29th, 2007

Charles Sheehan-Miles’ Republic: A Novel of America’s Future was reviewed last week on the popular political blog DailyKos, briefly propelling the print edition of the book to the top of Amazon’s rankings for science fiction and alternative history. The review also launched a lively discussion with hundreds of commenters chiming in on the themes of […]

Heaven gets us BoingBoinged

Friday, June 29th, 2007

You saw that Mur Lafferty’s latest book Heaven – Season Three: Earth is now available. That fact didn’t escape Cory Doctorow either, co-editor of BoingBoing. We took a bit of a slam on the server (which we weathered quite admirably) when Cory has these nice things to say about Mur and her writings: I was […]

Author says Tunguska explanation a bunch of bologna

Friday, June 29th, 2007

While researching his novel Singularity, Bill DeSmedt learned quite a lot about the Tunguska Event that flattened a huge tract of Siberia a century ago. To this day, nobody knows what caused it. Some say meteorite, some say comet, some crazies say a crashed alien spacecraft. Today, he wrote to let me know of his […]

Billibub Baddings is complete!

Friday, June 29th, 2007

Clocking in a 16 episodes, Tee Morris’ tale of a crime-fighting dwarf in 1929 Chicago has concluded!

The Bright Child

Wednesday, June 27th, 2007

A new fantasy novel on by Tommy Wallach. We present The Bright Child: The Bright Child is a fantasy novel in the mold of Philip Pullman or C.S. Lewis. Parker Sante, a chubby eighth-grader whose best friend is the view out his attic window, has recently been kicked out of his high school for […]

The Spirit Of Education is complete!

Wednesday, June 27th, 2007

Jeff Whites examination of the nature of schooling and education has wrapped up with 23 episodes. Check out The Spirit of Education.

The Immortal

Monday, June 25th, 2007

New in our spirituality category, The Immortal by JJ Dewey. Acclaimed by readers worldwide, this first installment in The Immortal series presents unique and mystical teachings in a way that captures the imagination. In a provocative synthesis of both fiction and non-fiction, this dramatic story draws from the author’s many true life experiences to create […]