Audio Books Podcasts
Providence Presbyterian is a Reformed and Evangelical congregation of the PCA located in Fayetteville, North Carolina. We meet in north Fayetteville at 2801 Ramsey Street (across from Hudson Bay Seafood and the Post Office). Our mission is to be used by God to create a strong Reformed church in Fayetteville where the pure doctrine of the gospel is preached, the pure administration of the sacraments as instituted by Christ is maintained, and church discipline is faithfully exercised.
By Pastor Andrew Webb
This is the podcast from Book Slam, London's best (only?) literary nightclub where books, music and free thinking intersect in a Bermuda triangle of no brow culture. Book Slam happens regularly at No.12 Acklam Road in Ladbroke Grove, but this podcast gives you the opportunity to catch up on the readings and performances, plus interviews and more. In the past, Book Slam has featured such luminaries as Zadie Smith, Crisis, Nick Hornby, Jonathan Coe, Adele, Kate Nash, Dave Eggers, Plan B and Ty. You can see more details about Book Slam at www.bookslam.com.
All David Flinch ever wanted was a normal life. But when you're a member of the Flinch family, normal has never been easy. For hundreds of years, the eldest male Flinch has been servant and guardian to the Lord Underwood. While the Flinches have changed through the generations, Underwood, a vampire, has been eternal. David had hoped to be spared the horror of serving his family's lord and master, but when he is summoned to the Flinch home in Spain by his dying older brother, he knows his luck has run out. Underwood must be resurrected from the grave in a ritual of human sacrifice, and David must be the man to do it. Because if he doesn't, an even greater evil than Underwood will rise: the evil that is David's sister. Underwood and Flinch is an epic horror-thriller that spans the centuries. From the teeming slums of 17th Century London to an ex-pat community in modern-day Spain, this is the new novel from Mike Bennett, author of 'One Among the Sleepless' and 'Hall of Mirrors'. Underwood and Flinch was a finalist in the 2010 Parsec Awards for best long-form novel and winner of the 2011 Polidori award for Best Podcast Vampire Novel. - One of the best podcasts ever. - Walt Kolenda, Examiner.com (N.B.) This is a work-in-progress. It is not complete.
By Mike Bennett
Writers of hard-boiled, pulp, mystery, and suspense reveal secrets about their fiction, and the writing life. All interviews are conducted by Clute and Edwards, who bring you the popular podcast series â€œOut of the Past: Investigating Film Noir.â€ Guests include Charles Ardai (Edgar Award nominated author, and editor of Hard Case Crime), Theresa Schwegel (Edgar Award winner for Officer Down), and Rian Johnson (writer-director of Brick). Check out www.noircast.net for a full list of past and upcoming guests.
By Clute and Edwards
The long awaited, critically acclaimed, irreverent, touching, intellectual, nonsensical, fairly drunken, incredibly sexy, hilarious.... Hear what happens when 2 old friends(perhaps more in the coming weeks), some pizza, 2 bottles of single malt whiskey and a couple of cats decide to celebrate all aspects of geek life from a UK perspective. We hope to cover TV,Books,Games,Comics..etc every fortnight.
By Geek Syndicate
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
Raging Bullets is a podcast reviewing everything related to DC Comics. Each episode we take a look at something past, something current and even touch on some things outside the DC Universe in our comic book review segments. We will even have some special episodes highlighting movies, animation, television and any other media relating to DC. We welcome emails and audio comments from our listeners. Please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org and check out our website at ragingbullets.com. We hope you enjoy the show as much as we enjoy creating it.
By Sean Whelan and Jim Segulin