Posts tagged: jonathan carroll

The 33 most missing audiobooks of 2014

Posted on 2015-01-17 at 6:12 by Sam

Three thousand two hundred sixty-seven. That's how many science fiction and fantasy audiobooks were added to's US listings alone in 2014, and the larger number of new speculative fiction audiobooks -- which include GraphicAudio, independent (for example The Maze of Games and Eric Flint's "Islands"), and other titles not available at Audible (for example Cory Doctorow's Homeland and Information Doesn't Want to Be Free), physical-only releases, podiobooks, and English-language audiobooks released

Posted in The Arrrdies | Tagged adam roberts, alex dally macfarlane, am dellamonica, american neolithic, ben aaronovitch, blake butler, broken river books, bryan allen carr, dave hutchinson, david edison, david james keaton, diana wynne jones, elysium, emmi itaranta, fred venturini, gemma files, greg van eekhout, hilda hilst, iain m banks, james l cambias, jay lake, jennifer marie brissett, jenny erpenbeck, jm mcdermott, joanne m harris, john hornor jacobs, jonathan carroll, josh weil, julia elliott, kerry howley, laila lalami, lavie tidhar, maze, naomi foyle, neil williamson, nick mamatas, nina allan, our lady of the islands, peter liney, rajan khanna, richard house, rjurik davidson, sam sykes, shannon page, simon ings, stephen baxter, stuart rojstaczer, terence hawkins, the great glass sea, the last projector, ultima, unwrapped sky, ursula jones, will mcintosh, wu ming-yi

Whispersync Daily Deal: The Woman Who Married a Cloud: The Collected Short Stories of Jonathan Carroll

Posted on 2014-02-26 at 15:31 by Sam

Wednesday, February 26, 2014: Today's Kindle Daily Deal lineup includes The Woman Who Married a Cloud: The Collected Short Stories by Jonathan Carroll priced at $1.99, with a $1.99 Whispersync for Voice upgrade to the 19-hour audiobook narrated by Robin Bloodworth and Suehyla El Attar for Audible. Carroll first came to my attention when Neil Gaiman selected a pair of his novels, The Land of Laughs and White Apples, for his Neil Gaiman Presents imprint. Here, it's the 600-page collection of his short fiction

Posted in Whispersync Deals | Tagged audible, jonathan carroll, open road media, the woman who married a cloud