Archive for January, 2008

Beautiful Red now in print

Thursday, January 31st, 2008

I simply cannot keep track of all the great things authors and listeners are posting in the Community section. It took an email from Darusha Whem to let me know that her cyberpunk novel Beautiful Red is now available in print from Lulu! She goes on to say that there are free digital copies […]


Thursday, January 31st, 2008

Graydancer makes his debut on with his tale of magical realism dusted with a bit of erotica, Nawashi: Nawashi is an erotic urban fantasy, the story of a man who discovers that underneath the world of kink and BDSM lies a global conflict of magical forces. Drawn into it, he struggles to develop his […]

The Communion of the Saint

Friday, January 25th, 2008

We’re happy to announce the addition of The Communion of the Saint by Alan David Justice. Enjoy this interesting mix of historical fantasy and magical realism: Clio Griffin, an out-of-work academic with an attitude and a tendency toward sarcasm, travels to England to interview for a last-chance job–as the pet historian for an antiquarian group […]

Podiobook author tells all his secrets

Thursday, January 24th, 2008

Huge props to Mark Yoshimoto-Nemcoff for spreading the love in a recent interview on Script Notes. He plugs a half dozen of his fellow podiobook authors while informing prospective new authors on what all is involved in the process. It’s always interesting to hear how some authors pull it all together: I try to approach […]

Odd Jobs – A Comic Novel

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008

Please welcome Karl Meade and his debut podcast novel, Odd Jobs – A Comic Novel: Odd Jobs is a comic caper love story about Mountie women and layabout men, house and family, script-writers and cat-burglars. A modern tale of movie magic in the wrong hands: the Big Lebowski meets Elmore Leonard’s niece.

Stalk our authors without getting arrested

Thursday, January 17th, 2008

Many of you out there have discovered the magic of Twitter, the micro-blogging craze that asks a single question “What are you doing?” of it’s users. Of course, most of Twitter’s users completely ignore that questions and simply type out up to 140 characters worth of whatever is on their mind at the moment. Some […]

Black Shadow

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

Steve Saylor enters the world of free serialized audiobooks with the release of his book, Black Shadow: In a world where evil walks the earth, where super villains are taken over by demonic beings . They all want one thing, and one thing only. To take over the world. There is only one man who […]

65 Below is COMPLETE!

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

65 Below, a tale of terrorism and love in the Alaskan bush (yeah, strange combo — but it works!) has just completed with 23 episodes. Thanks to Basil Sands for a great story!

The Masnavi: Book One is COMPLETE!

Tuesday, January 15th, 2008

I’m happy to announce that the oldest title on our site, The Masnavi: Book One, is now complete. The book was written by Rumi, a Sufi mystic born some 800 years ago. Thanks to Professor Jawid Mojaddedi for his translation and production of these teachings. As a reminder: Donations received by the author will be […]

Problems accessing a file?

Tuesday, January 15th, 2008

Yesterday, our media hosting company ran into some pretty serious delivery problems. It looks like the issue has been cleaned up, but we’re still seeing residual problems. If it happens, report it. Speaking of that, this seems like a good time to introduce our new community-supported customer service site we’ve recently deployed. You’ll find it […]