Archive for February, 2008

The Chameleon Chronicles: Colors of Fate

Friday, February 29th, 2008

Andrew Leiter makes his debut appearance on our site, releasing a free serialized audiobook version of his science fiction story The Chameleon Chronicles: Colors of Fate: Andrew Webbur’s journey of Fate begins when he is confronted by his long time nemesis, Jason Vanzant. Jason accuses Andrew of stealing his girlfriend and confronts him with violent […]

The Onion Files

Wednesday, February 27th, 2008

Our latest free serialized audiobook comes from former NATO intelligence chief Major General Val Pattee. It’s The Onion Files, a cyberterrorism spy thriller novel lauded as compelling and a “tutorial for homeland security personnel”. Suppose al-Qaeda had a second, potentially more devastating attack planned in 2001. How would it be thwarted? “The Onion Files” is […]

Fictional Facebook Friending

Monday, February 25th, 2008

Nope, not a(nother) rant against social media — far from it! Many of the leading authors have been using social networking sites like Facebook to better connect with their fans for some time now. I just found out that Basil Sands, author of the military thriller audiobooks 65 Below and Karl’s Last Flight, has […]

Transistor Rodeo

Monday, February 25th, 2008

This book was never completed. And since it’s several years old, we’re deleting it. Mark Yoshimoto Nemcoff continues to crank out the free audiobooks, this time with the all-ages action/adventure story Transistor Rodeo: When a bunch of robotic cowboys and robotic animals from a big-budget spectacular mechanical traveling show go haywire and escape into the […]

Crime noir podcast gets more attention

Sunday, February 24th, 2008

I’ve two pieces of news about the name in crime noir podcast fiction — Seth Harwood– one serious and one tongue-in-cheek. Let’s start with the serious: Jon Jordan, editor of Crimespree Magazine, one of the leading publishers of crime and hardboiled fiction and reviews, recently wrote this rave about JACK WAKES UP, Seth’s first podiobook. […]

Podiobook narrator recieves top vocal talent honor

Saturday, February 23rd, 2008

While the majority of the audiobooks you’ll find here on are narrated by the authors, a few of them are narrated by professionals in the field. And just like other talent professionals, voice-over pros have their own awards show. Their top honor is the Voicey Awards, and it’s in its second year. We’re happy […]

A Man and His Unicorn

Friday, February 22nd, 2008

Please welcome Anthony Matthews to the site with his fantasy novel, A Man and His Unicorn: Vern was an ordinary college instructor and looking forward to spring break. But on the last day of classes and dreaming about a gorgeous gal, he woke up in a white washed world with nothing there! … That included […]

Moon over

Wednesday, February 20th, 2008

For those who haven’t heard, there’s a full lunar eclipse tonight for people in Europe, the Americas, parts of the Middle East and Africa. So while you are gazing up at the giant monster/demon eating the moon as it passes behind the Earth’s shadow, we thought it appropriate to let you know about some lunar-themed […]

Hall of Mirrors is COMPLETE… sort of.

Wednesday, February 20th, 2008

We’ve just linked the “final” episode of Hall of Mirrors by Mike Bennett. Why the quotes? Well, Mike is taking a “season” or “volume” approach to the Hall. He’s considering these first 12 episodes complete, but should be returning after a few months to bring us a fresh batch of stories.

The Plump Buffet is COMPLETE!

Wednesday, February 20th, 2008

ThornDaddy and Dollie Llama have wrapped up their latest collaboration, The Plump Buffet. The actual story only spans six episodes, but they’ve given you two bonus song tracks, plus an outtakes and behind-the-scenes audio that didn’t make it in the book proper. Adults only, and enjoy!