Simon & Schuster Holiday Audiobook Sweepstakes

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Simon & Schuster launches their Holiday Sweeps Week today. There will be a different prize every day and you can enter through their Facebook page.


MONDAY: TOTAL RECALL by Arnold Schwarzenegger and a signed poster of the book cover by the Governator himself.
(Jesse posted about this audiobook in October.)

TUESDAY: A David McCullough collection –  4 audiobooks from this bestselling author: 1776, JOHN ADAMS, THE GREAT BRIDGE, and THE GREATER JOURNEY

WEDNESDAY: The Ultimate Christmas Collection: Patrick Stewart’s A CHRISTMAS CAROL, THE BRIDGE, THE TRUE GIFT, and THE CHRISTMAS BOX

THURSDAY: A Thriller Thursday Collection: CREOLE BELLE from James Lee Burke, BLACK LIST from Brad Thor, LAST MAN from Vince Flynn, and BONES ARE FOREVER from Kathy Reichs

FRIDAY: A Pimsleur course in a language of your choice

Posted by Jenny Colvin

Featured Promotion: At The Earth’s Core and The House On The Borderland

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I’ve put up a couple of new ads on the top right of the website. They’re for the latest projects by two excellent audiobook narrators:

The House On The Borderland by William Hope Hodgson – READ BY WAYNE JUNE


At The Earth’s Core by Edgar Rice Burroughs – READ BY DAVID STIFEL

Both David and Wayne have taken public domain novels and made them into wondrous unabridged audiobooks. Both narrators are consummate professionals, as well as being two really cool dudes who love the stuff they’re recording.

Both have also made their audiobooks available for FREE (Stifel podcasts his audiobooks and June streams them).

I’ve heard both novels, and I can heartily recommend them to you. In fact, both The House On The Borderland by William Hope Hodgson and At The Earth’s Core by Edgar Rice Burroughs are the subject of individual upcoming readalongs for The SFFaudio Podcast!

Click on through – and if you can afford it, please consider buying their audiobooks. These guys are truly awesome, I consider their audiobooks the definite editions, and their work is absolutely worth supporting.

Posted by Jesse Willis