Posts tagged: kate reading

Release Week: Words of Radiance, Ghost Train to New Orleans, Tropic of Serpents, Half Bad, The King in Yellow read by Stefan Rudnicki, and Seth MacFarlane's A Million Ways to Die in the West performed by Jonathan Frakes

Posted on 2014-03-06 at 21:33 by Sam

FEBRUARY 26-MARCH 4, 2014: And here I thought that last week was packed. This week saw almost 200 titles released on March 4 alone, with another 100 on March 3. My picks of this avalanche include an epic fantasy sequel from Brandon Sanderson, an urban fantasy sequel from Mur Lafferty, anthropological dragon memoir fantasy (yes, it exists, it's totally a genre, and yes, it's a sequel), and hey, more fantasy, the highly-anticipated debut Half Bad by Sally Green, and a classic 1895 novel-in-stories, performed

Posted in Release Week | Tagged brandon sanderson, ghost train to new orleans, half bad, jonathan frakes, kate reading, marie brennan, mur lafferty, sally green, seth macfarlane, stefan rudnicki, stormlight archive, the king in yellow, the shambling guides, words of radiance

Whispersync Daily Deal: Christian Cantrell's Kingmaker, Chris Roberson's Further, Dana Cameron's Seven Kinds of Hell, John le Carre's The Constant Gardener, and more

Posted on 2014-01-03 at 19:59 by Sam

Well, the first Friday of 2014 does not disappoint in terms of Kindle Daily Deal titles with Whispersync for Voice upgrades. SF, urban fantasy, a John le Carre novel of international intrigue, historical fiction, a moving novel about mental disability, and more.

Seven Kinds of Hell: Fangborn, Book 1 By Dana Cameron, Narrated By Kate Rudd, is on sale for $1.99 Kindle and $0.99 Whispersync upgrade to the Audible edition. "Archaeologist Zoe Miller has been running from a haunting secret her whole life. But

Posted in Whispersync Deals | Tagged chris roberson, christian cantrell, dana cameron, john allyn, john le Carre, kate reading, kate rudd, Narrated By Jeff Crawford, rachel simon