Archive for September, 2013

New release! Virtual Danger by Teel McClanahan III

Monday, September 30th, 2013

Teel is back with his sixteenth (yes, I counted) podiobook! It’s the first book in a new series. Please enjoy Virtual Danger: In order to implement a radical copyright enforcement scheme, Villain requires one of Robot’s core components, and he’ll stop at nothing to get it; even deactivating Robot and murdering Glitterfairy when she gets in […]

The Secret Reason Why Your Readers Don’t Rave About Your Books

Monday, September 16th, 2013

This is a new feature we’re giving a shot. Rachel Speal is a long-time listener of Podiobooks.com who also happens to be a content strategist. She’s offered to guest post a few articles that give practical advice on building your author platform. So please, leave comments below and visit her online! The Secret Reason Why Your […]

New release: History and Fiction

Sunday, September 8th, 2013

History and Fiction: Why don’t writers who fictionalize history just write fiction?  Why did Shakespeare call his character Richard III or King John?  Why not call him Reginald I or Murray II?  If a fiction writer does choose to use a real person’s name, does the writer have any obligation to make the fictional character […]

New release! Firmware: Hijacked by Colbytrax

Sunday, September 8th, 2013

A new scifi story by Colbytrax. Check out Firmware: Hijacked: In the City, a thriving metropolis encompassing a third of a billion souls, a man can change his world as easily as crossing the street. It is a place of a million cultures, the world in microcosm. For some it is their last hope for survival. […]

New release! Stolen Time by Keith Hughes

Sunday, September 8th, 2013

The second book in The Borrowed Time Chronology is now available as a serialized audio book! Please enjoy Stolen Time by Keith Hughes: Ness Relevant has traveled through time before. Now he must once again use his time machine to confront a determined foe. Only this time his personal stakes are even higher. Threatened by his future, […]