Behind the New York Times Best-Seller (‘Not Best-Reviewed’) Lists

Behind the New York Times Best-Seller (‘Not Best-Reviewed’) Lists

This means our lists usually are not a judgment of literary benefit made by the editors of the best-seller lists, who stay neutral to the outcomes. These are best-vendor lists, not best-reviewed lists. How can a e book be listed at No. 1 on one other listing however not be on the high of The […]

Want Michael Lewis’s Next Book? You’ll Have to Listen to It.

Want Michael Lewis’s Next Book? You’ll Have to Listen to It.

Mr. Lewis is a part of a rising group of A-list authors bypassing print and releasing audiobook originals, hoping to make the most of the exploding audiobook market. It’s the most recent signal that audiobooks are not an appendage of print, however a inventive medium in their very own proper. But the rise of stand-alone […]

Podcast: Petard, Part 03

Podcast: Petard, Part 03

Here’s the third part of my reading (MP3) of Petard (part one, part two), a narrative from MIT Tech Review’s Twelve Tomorrows, edited by Bruce Sterling; a narrative impressed by, and devoted to, Aaron Swartz — about elves, Net Neutrality, dorms and the collective motion drawback. MP3 It’s surprisingly reassuring when the National […]

Audible Moves Into the Minetta Lane Theater

Audible Moves Into the Minetta Lane Theater

In March, Audible Inc. moved from the aural area into the bodily New York theater world when it sponsored a run of “Harry Clarke” on the Minetta Lane Theater. Now, the audiobook firm is formalizing its relationship with the theater: It struck a deal to provide performs, comedic exhibits, panel discussions and extra there, beginning […]

Audiobooks for Those Long Summer Drives, Without the Kids

Audiobooks for Those Long Summer Drives, Without the Kids

The actor Kevin R. Free performs this work with flashes of anger forged over a deep humility, and captures the humorousness that Hinton was, extremely, capable of maintain on to throughout his lengthy years in solitary confinement — his affability might get even jail guards to smile. This is a narrative that enrages and conjures […]

Audiobooks for Summer Trips With the Kids

Audiobooks for Summer Trips With the Kids

It was no prop, the little ebook that Khizr Khan whipped out throughout his high-octane critique of Donald J. Trump on the 2016 Democratic National Convention. For years, Khan had made some extent of carrying round pocket Constitutions identical to it and passing them out to guests at his Virginia residence like calling playing cards. […]

An Audiobook Gives New Life to the Haunting Memoir of a Waco Survivor

An Audiobook Gives New Life to the Haunting Memoir of a Waco Survivor

WACO A Survivor’s StoryBy David Thibodeau Read by Robert Fass. 13 Hours, 20 Minutes. Hachette Audio. Many younger individuals transfer to Los Angeles trying to find fame and fortune. David Thibodeau, an aspiring drummer from Maine, was one among them. But as an alternative of assembly a music producer who might pave the best way […]

Announcing "Petard," a new science fiction story reading on my podcast

Announcing "Petard," a brand new science fiction story studying on my podcast

Here’s the first part of my reading (MP3) of Petard, a narrative from MIT Tech Review’s Twelve Tomorrows, edited by Bruce Sterling; a narrative impressed by, and devoted to, Aaron Swartz — about elves, Net Neutrality, dorms and the collective motion drawback. MP3 I all the time liked Ferrero Rocher due […]

Podcast: The Man Who Sold the Moon, Part 08: the FINAL INSTALLMENT

Podcast: The Man Who Sold the Moon, Part 08: the FINAL INSTALLMENT

Here’s the eighth and final part of my reading (MP3) (party seven, part six, part five, part four, part three, part two, part one) of The Man Who Sold the Moon, my award-winning novella first printed in 2015’s Hieroglyph: Stories and Visions for a Better Future, edited by Ed Finn and Kathryn Cramer. It’s […]