Tantor Media has 45 different MP3 audiobooks at just $6.99 each

November 3, 2011 by · Leave a Comment
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Tantor MediaTantor Media has 45 MP3 audiobooks on sale for $6.99 each. The complete list is below. We discovered this after finding out that the 35% discount code, posted about yesterday, didn’t work on Ray Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles. The 35% off coupon code is only for titles that are regularly priced. But this is actually wonderful news as $6.99 is more than 65% off the regular price!


Market Forces by Richard K. Morgan
|READ OUR REVIEW|
The Sky People by S.M. Stirling |READ OUR REVIEW|
The Caves Of Steel by Isaac Asimov |READ OUR REVIEW|

As you can see I’ve linked to the first three but if you see a title you like below that isn’t linked, do a search for it in the Tantor site, HERE. Some of the titles appear to have broken links when you do a search and then click directly on the Tantor Download button (like Terra Incognita) but that doesn’t mean you can’t get it. Click through on the title itself, then you should be able to see the “add to cart” beside where it says “audio download” and $6.99. This new MP3 download is new to Tantor and they’re still working out the kinks.

Dies the Fire (#1 Emberverse series) by S.M. Stirling

The Coming of Conan the Cimmerian by Robert E. Howard
The Bloody Crown Of Conan by Robert E. Howard
The Conquering Sword Of Conan by Robert E. Howard

Hitler’s War (#1 War That Came Early series) by Harry Turtledove
Opening Atlantis by Harry Turtledove

Heat Wave by Richard Castle

Angelic by Kelley Armstrong

Long After Midnight by Ray Bradbury
The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury
The Illustrated Man by Ray Bradbury

The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins

Kitty And The Silver Bullet
The Phoenix Transformed
Empress
Enemies Of The People
Stiff
Mind Wide Open
The Worst Hard Time
Three Cups of Tea
iWoz
Medicus
Archangel’s Kiss
My Horizontal Life
How Doctors Think
Butcher’s Boy
Blood Money
Why Women Have Sex
The Lady Queen
Munich, 1938
Persona Non Grata
Worse Than War
Frozen
Beachcombers
Happy Chaos
Nothing To Lose, Everything to Gain
The Education Of A British-Protected Child
Magic Bites (#1 Kate Daniels series)
Dead Men’s Boots
Little Bee
Dead Girls Dance
Terra Incognita

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SFOHA: The Science Fiction Oral History Association

August 27, 2009 by · 2 Comments
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The Science Fiction Oral History Association
The Science Fiction Oral History Association, has a new blog (that’s also soon to be a podcast). SFOHA is currently presided over by el presidente Rick Jackson. Rick is a former reviews editor for SFFaudio. The site is just getting started – but it’s a terrific start with several cool convention panels Rick recorded at Penguicon 2009 (a combination Science Fiction and open source software convention) and CONfusion 2009.

Penguicon 2009:

Copywhat Copyrights! Open Source Licensing in Literature |MP3|
Panel: Rick Jackson,

Creating a Wikinomic Online Community |MP3| Panel: Rick Jackson, Sarah Elkins

Legal Issues and Podcasting |MP3|
Panel: Rick Jackson, Steve Eley

Selling Your Soul – Marketing Your Work on a Limited Budget |MP3|
Panel: Rick Jackson, Jim C. Hines

Cyptic CONfusion 2009:

What Turns Great Ideas Into Short Stories Or Novels?
Panelists: Kelley Armstrong, Violette Malan [M], Paul Melko, Catherine Shaffer and Sandee Rodriguez
1 |MP3| – Approx. 46 Minutes [UNABRIDGED]
Recorded: Saturday January 24, 2009 10am
We all know where ideas come from, don’t we? But what are we supposed to do with them after that? How do we translate those ideas into successful stories and novels? Come and find out!

Did Captain Kirk Own A Wallet?
Panelists: Cory Doctorow, Tobias Buckell [M], Philip Edward Kaldon, Paul Melko and Matthew Stewart-Fulton
1 |MP3| – Approx. 52 Minutes [CONVENTION PANEL]
Recorded: Recorded: Saturday January 24, 2009 11am
Economics and SF how has science fiction has portrayed economics of the future over the years how have things changed, what are some of the enduring themes?

Setting: Haven’t I been here before?
Panelists: Violette Malan [M], Karl Schroeder, Catherine Shaffer, Doselle Young and Jim Frenkel
1 |MP3| – Approx. 46 Minutes [CONVENTION PANEL]
Recorded: Recorded: Saturday January 24, 2009 12pm
How important is setting to a reader’s understanding and enjoyment of the story? Is setting the real difference between S and SF? Are we overusing the settings we have, and are there any new ones?

Meet the New Boss: Young Adult SF
Panelists: Cory Doctorow, Kelley Armstrong, Anne Harris [M], Jim Frenkel, Doselle Young, Steven Harper Piziks
1 |MP3| – Approx. 56 Minutes [CONVENTION PANEL]
Recorded: Saturday January 24, 2009 1pm
How it is the same and different from adult SF and how it has evolved over the years and where it is going. Will it overtake Paranormal Romance and become the next big thing?

Big Brother Is Watching You!
Panelists: Cory Doctorow, David Rozian, Steve Buchheit, Karl Schroeder [M], Catherine Shaffer
1 |MP3| – Approx. 58 Minutes [CONVENTION PANEL]
Recorded: Saturday January 24, 2009 3pm
Personal privacy in the electronic age we now have or will have chips on everything we own including pets, where is this all going? Is it a good thing or a bad thing?

Podcasting — the future of it
Panelists: Cat Rambo, Matthew Stewart-Fulton, Alexander Bouchard, and Rick Jackson
1 |MP3| – Approx. 45 Minutes [CONVENTION PANEL]
Recorded: Sunday January 25, 2009 12pm

Posted by Jesse Willis

Podiobooks.com is now in BETA and there are severa…

September 24, 2005 by · Leave a Comment
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Podiobooks.com is now in BETA and there are several great sounding speculative fiction or related “podiobooks” (podcast audiobooks) that are in the pipe. Podibooks from Podiobooks.com will be available for FREE, but all donations go to the author and the bandwith and other costs to support the podcasts. Here’s a list of titles we know so far:

Morevi: The Chronicles of Rafe and Askana
By Tee Morris and Lisa Lee; Read by Tee Morris
[ABRIDGED] – STATUS: COMPLETED
This was the first podcast novel finished and it is very, very good!
http://www.teemorris.com/podcast

Earthcore
By Scott Sigler; Read by Scott Sigler
[UNABRIDGED?] – STATUS: COMPLETED
Hands down the most popular Podcast novel released.
http://www.scottsigler.net/earthcore/

The Pocket and the Pendant
By Mark Jeffrey; Read by Mark Jeffrey
[UNABRIDGED?] – STATUS: COMPLETED
I’m listening to this one now and expect to be giving it a review after I finish.
http://markjeffrey.typepad.com/

Tom Corven
By Paul Story; Read by Paul Story
[UNABRIDGED] – STATUS: ?????????
– STATUS: ?????????
http://www.dreamwords.com/TomCorven.htm

Killed by Death
By R. Scott Bolton
– STATUS: ?????????
Four years ago, Man-of-Action Horatio Bartholomew Fist closed the final chapter on the Zombie Slave War with the apprehension of the War’s most notorious criminal, Arnold X. DemiGod. Now, DemiGod has turned up missing, and Fist finds himself on the trail of the vicious killer again. Armed with his merciless Dimensional Minimizer weapon, Fist and a showgirl named Pepper Shaker traverse the universe…
http://www.authorsden.com/rscottbolton

Spherical Tomi: A Novel of Despair
by Jack Mangan
– STATUS: ?????????
Can one woman escape her past? Not if she is one of the greatest combat programmers in history. Caught between two powerful warlords in the far future, and trapped by the memory of the man she couldn’t save, Tomi must face the ghosts from her own past, and hide from a world that counts her among its most heinous criminals. Add to this challenge her rapidly deteriorating cloned body, falling apart just in time to meet a new invasion from an old friend, but not quite time enough to replace, and you have the makings of an all around bad day…
http://www.irosf.com/user/show.qsml?loaduser=13579

Fiddle and Burn
By Jason Pomerantz
– STATUS: ?????????
Part comedy. Part soap opera. A fiction blog. A serialized sit-com. A daily comic strip in prose. It’s the continuing adventures of the staff of Fiddle and Burn Magazine.
http://www.fiddleandburn.com/

Noggle Stones
By Wil Radcliffe; Read by ?????
– STATUS: ?????????
In his tortured dreams, the mad goblin scholar, Bugbear, saw the coming war. Pride would crumble to dust. Glory would melt to tears. Wisdom would shatter to madness. And the shadows would reign supreme. Only an eldritch scroll, a humble bee, and Bugbear’s awkward human apprentice could win this desperate struggle… a conflict that began in a time now remembered only in faded parchments, fractured whispers, and a children’s rhyme…
http://nogglestones.com/

AmerIndian 2192
by J. Scott Garibay; Read by Leanne Garibay
– STATUS: IN PRODUCTION
The story of two brothers, Wovoka and Keokuk, restoring the Native American people to a Homeland where their culture can thrive. Lodge ships, Cybershaman rituals and Tsimshian high technology are all elements in this action-oriented tale of interstellar Elder politics and personal struggles. Sounds something like the Kirniyaga series by Mike Resnick.
http://garibaywrite.tripod.com/garibay/

Escape Pod
Editor Steve Eley Read by Steve Eley and Various Readers
[UNABRIDGED] – STATUS: ?????????
Short stories, science fiction and fantasy and fun. Guaranteed to be GREAT!
http://www.escapepod.info/

????????????????
By Kelley Armstrong; Read by Kelley Armstrong
– STATUS: ?????????
We’re not sure what the title will be yet, but its a previously published Armstrong novel. Cool!
http://www.kelleyarmstrong.com/

Geek Fu Action Grip
By Mur Lafferty; Read by Mur Lafferty
– STATUS: ?????????
Essays with a Geek Fu Action Grip. Solid!
http://www.geekfuactiongrip.com/

Posted by Jesse Willis