Audio Books Podcasts
FETIDUS - The Foundation for the Ethical Treatment of the Innocently Damned, Undead and SupernaturalJoin Now to Follow
FETIDUS is a Parsec award-winning "future-noir" urban fantasy audiobook by James Durham featuring a talented cast and original music score. This freely-downloadable sci-fi/horror/mystery podcast novel is set in the grim and fetid alleys of post-apocalyptic Washington, DC, circa 2034. Art Blanchard, a jaded Washington lobbyist who works for The Foundation for the Ethical Treatment of the Innocently Damned, Undead and Supernatural (FETIDUS), takes up the twisted case of a mysterious woman, which leads him on a thrilling adventure filled with noir-humor, suspense and horror, deep into the world of the shadowy undead. For more information, please visit the author's website, www.fetidus.org.
By James Durham
Podularity is a regular online book programme. Join presenter George Miller in conversation with novelists, poets and writers of non-fiction in a wide variety of fields including history, politics, music, philosophy and science. Think of it as an ongoing literary festival online. What better way to discover great new things to read than to hear authors talking about them?
By George Miller
You're published, now what? Now it's time to promote. This podcast is packed with simple tips and strategies you can do right now to get your book noticed! With everything from how to get your book reviewed to the secrets to getting on Oprah!
By Penny C. Sansevieri
audio interviews featuring pop culture discussions of comic books, Films ,TV, DVDs, Animation, Novels, and other cult entertainment.
By john siuntres
This is a series of short messages written by the South African minister, Andrew Murray. They deal with the necessity and joy of surrendering our lives completely to God. (Summary written by Joy Chan)
Jonathan Swift almost defines satire in this biting and brutal pamphlet in which he suggests that poor (Catholic) Irish families should fatten up their children and sell them to the rich (Protestant) land owners, thus solving the twin problems of starving children and poverty in one blow. When the “Proposal” was published in 1729, Swift was quickly attacked, and even accused of barbarity – the exact state the “Proposal” was written to expose. (Summary by Hugh)