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The AudioBookaneers pick their favorite audiobooks of 2014

Posted on 2015-03-02 at 15:15 by Sam

Well, it's (past) that time of year again: time for Dave and I to look back on a year in listening. We laughed, we cried, we cheered, we jeered, we stayed up well into the night for these audiobooks. It seems like every year calls for a slight wrinkle in presentation, but this year it's a familiar one: our audiobooks of the year, runners up in both new audiobooks of new books and new audiobooks of previously published books, and our favorite "new to us" listens of the year. (And, mostly because it helps

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Release Week(s): Catherine M. Wilson's When Women Were Warriors, Samit Basu's Turbulence, Kathleen Tierney's Blood Oranges, Ian McDonald's Planesrunner, and Richard Bowes' Dust Devil on a Quiet Street

Posted on 2014-01-01 at 17:13 by Sam

DECEMBER 18-31, 2013: The last two weeks of 2013 bring two adult novels off the "most missing" list including the Kickstarter-funded and Janis Ian-narrated book one of Catherine M. Wilson's When Women Were Warriors, and two fantastic YA novels as well as works from Mazarkis Williams, Matthew Hughes, Greg Egan, Andy Remic, Martha Wells, Manly Wade Wellman, James Marshall, Steve Perry, Anderson Prunty, and Poul Anderson, among others, and another great audiobook for early teens, Moonkind by Sarah Prineas

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Kickstarter for Catherine M. Wilson's When Women Were Warriors, read by Janis Ian for Dog Ear Audio

Posted on 2013-07-25 at 3:2 by Sam

I've recently found out about a Kickstarter campaign for an audiobook edition of When Women Were Warriors and I am very excited to both be a backer and to share the project with my fellow audiobibliophiles:

Catherine M. Wilson's When Women Were Warriors is a trilogy, and book one, The Warrior's Path, won the 2010 EPIC Ebook Award for Fiction. (And happens to be free as of this writing, on Kobo, Nook, Kindle, and likely other places.)

Janis Ian is an acclaimed singer, songwriter, musician, columnist, and

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