Every author has a story beyond the one that they put down on paper. The Barnes & Noble Podcast goes between the lines with today's most interesting writers, exploring what inspires them, what confounds them, and what they were thinking when they wrote the books we’re talking about. Subscribe to discover intriguing new conversations every week.
The greatest stories of classic lit...without actually having to read the books
From the creators of Myths and Legends, comes an altogether same-but-different podcast set in the world of classic lit. These are the stories of Dracula, The Time Machine, The Three Musketeers. They're stories written by Jane Austen, Shakespeare, and H.P. Lovecraft, but with a casual, modern tone. Listen as Jason and Carissa Weiser breathe new life into the classics and tell the stories of some of the greatest books ever written.
Welcome to Author Platform Rocket. The highly acclaimed source for actionable business, marketing & mindset strategy for authors, delivered in 20 minutes or less (Most of the time). In other words, this is how you sell more books while building a bigger fan base... the right way.
From the creator of the hit horror podcast SABLE, comes your new favorite improvisational writing podcast!
Here on Impromptu Fiction, Lane and his guest of writers get together every week. They are given a simple writing prompt and from it, both Lane and his guest must write a short story.
No one is allowed to edit or rewrite their stories. Once both are done, they come on the show and read their tales to each other for the very first time. It's silly, it's messy, but most importantly, it's fun,
Welcome, to Impromptu Fiction
Join us each week as we discuss books over a cup of tea. For each episode, we have selected a different genre and will discuss its definition, history, related books, and fun facts. We will then share our reading experiences with two books--having each selected one--for that particular genre.
By Mike Keller - Atheist, Brent Phillips - Christian
Area 42 is the podcast where an atheist science fiction geek (Mike Keller) and a christian science fiction geek (Brent Phillips) come together to debate and discuss classic works of science fiction, fantasy and horror. The subject matter covered are usually books and occasionally films, but other sources of media are also fair game. Discussion of current happenings in the SF/fantasy world are also brought up.
Every week at the Knook Studio, Goldilocks brings you the latest chapter of the Knookerdoodle Adventure series. It’s a delight for the whole family, full of laughter and fun. Send us a note and let us know what you think about it! Until next week.... Knook Studio
DuckTales is back Woohoo! "Back To The Money Bin" is fun, family friendly podcast that covers the DisneyXD reboot of DuckTales. Father/Daughter duo Justin & Ari host the show and promise fun for everyone that listens.
I hope you enjoy these engaging and fun Bible stories. We will learn through captivating stories while using our imagination. My hope is that your kids love them and that the application section helps you sow seeds that can be watered and grow into something beautiful in your children. The Bible teaches that "Faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God." Romans 10:27. May your children hear the word through these enjoyable podcasts. While you're driving to the grocery store, preschool, or attempting to cook a meal as your toddler runs circles around you, let your little ones have a good time listening. Here is an opportunity to decrease screen time while still teaching and entertaining your child. Let their imaginations run wild with informative yet wondrous Bible stores. May hearing these words inspire you and your family. Enjoy!
Harry Strange is an award winning radio drama that tells the tale of a private investigator whose beat takes him into the supernatural. Harry's adventures bring him face-to-face with demons, succubi, vampires and all manner of 'unnatural' and the occasional 'natural' evil.
Does Hogwarts accept adults? Join Josh as he reads Harry Potter for the first time with the guidance of his co-host and patronus Aaron. Discover or re-visit all seven books through the eyes of some grown nerds.
Du möchtest dein eigenes Buch schreiben und veröffentlichen? Oder dich reizt eine andere Schreibidee? Dann ist "Schreibstoff" dein visionärer Begleiter.
Schreibstoff sorgt für Motivation, kreative Impulse und Insiderwissen für alle angehenden Schriftsteller. Hier bekommst du vor allem tonnenweise Inspiration. Durch Mut machende Erfahrungsberichte, herzerwärmende Geschichten, tiefgründige Fragen sowie Interviews mit echten Autoren. Profitiere vom Erfahrungsschatz verschiedener Buchautoren diverser Genres.
Natürlich lernst du auch das nötige Schreibhandwerk und verbesserst so deine schriftstellerischen Fähigkeiten.
Präsentiert wird die Show von Jonathan Lommel.
Er ist selfmade Buch- und Drehbuchautor. Hat drei Sachbücher geschrieben, hält Autorenlesungen, schreibt Kurz- und Langfilmdrehbücher und liest selbst ohne Ende.
Dieser Podcast ist dein persönliches Coaching. Von der Buchidee bis zu deiner ersten eigenen Autorenlesung und Buchvermarktung.
Schreibstoff - Inspiration für angehende Schriftsteller.
We're all familiar with the first person and third person - and they're swell points of view. But they leave readers and listeners feeling like... readers and listeners. Fantastic Tales in the Second Person features weekly stories where you're the star! This is virtual reality on a budget. Live a little life in someone else's shoes. Whoopy!
If you dig deep enough anywhere in the world, you'll hit water. The stuff we are all made of... The stuff the earth's surface is made of... People are the same way. If we dig deep enough into the personal, we discover the universal. Groundwater Podcast interviews creatives of all kinds, and together we look for the meaning of art.
Gutenberg Generator is a monthly podcast hosted by Prof Tumblebuns (@proftumblebuns) and Weaselbility (@weaselbility). Our two dashing hosts use online generators to create a concept, title, and synopsis for a book. Are you ready to get random?
Coin Street Chronicles is a memoir that paints a picture of Britain in the 1930s and 1940s, as seen though the eyes of one for whom it was the backdrop of her childhood.
The story is set in and around Coin Street, on the south bank of the River Thames. The area is now a cultural showcase known as The South Bank, but was then a gritty, Cockney-like corner of London. Stories of its colorful characters are woven throughout the narrative as they cope first with the poverty of the Depression years and then with World War II and its aftermath in the 1940s.
Evacuation during the war years entails many abrupt transitions and good-byes—some sad, some glad—and much settling in to new settings that run the gamut from a remote Dorset farm to a Welsh mining town. Even after the war, the author remains a quasi-evacuee for two more years, fleeing from a difficult, violence-prone stepfather in order to continue in school.
The memoir ends on the day that she heads off to university, exulting in her escape from the limiting nature of working class culture; but appalled by the wide gulf that threatens to open up between her and her feisty mother whose pluck and determination has been largely responsible for that escape.
Join your host, comedian Ryan Sim, as he tries to defend his irrational hatred of popular stuff to his guests each episode. Each episode we review the new big thing in pop culture, from TV to movies, music to books (jk no one reads books anymore).
In an elevator ride up the greatest skyscraper in the universe, Sam and William pass the time by examining and rewriting pop culture's flawed creations to be better. Films? Comics? Television? Novels? It's all on the floor, and you've got a long time till you get to yours.
Welcome to the Enderverse Podcast, the journey of two friends (Keenan Ventling & Remy Currier) through the fictional world of Andrew "Ender" Wiggin contained in the 14+ novels by Orson Scott Card. Keenan has read all the books, Remy is reading them for the first time. Join us as we go chapter by chapter, discussing the plot, themes, controversies, and deeper messages of the series. If you love Ender's Game, if you love the Enderverse, or if you just like to have fun, this is the podcast for you. And remember, the enemy's gate is down!
Sobre O EPICAST:O Epicast é um projeto que visa entreter o ouvinte provocando sua imaginação através de histórias que prendem sua atenção, divertem, emocionam e intrigam. Seja bem vindo e boas aventuras!
Do slova zaľúbený je literárny sit-down, ktorý organizujeme v Karloveskej knižnici. Je to formát, pri ktorom účinkujúci rozpráva o knihách, pre ktoré má nadšenie a číta z nich. Zväčša tieto knihy spájajú téma, autor, žáner, forma alebo čokoľvek. Môže to byť napríklad jedna kniha a z nej viac prečítaných strán alebo aj desať kníh a z každej z nich prečítaná len jedna veta. Záleží na konkrétnom človeku, ako to vymyslí. Najdôležitejšie je, aby bol pre tieto slová nadchnutý, aby bol do slova zaľúbený. Hosťami sú ľudia známi aj neznámi, slávni aj neslávni , smutní aj veselí, ale všetci sú do slova zaľúbení.
Do you have sparkling blue-green eyes that are the colour of the Pacific Ocean? Do you have hair like spun gold? Are you tanned, energetic and a perfect size 6? Neither are we. Join us, Karyn and Anna, as we head back to the sensational1980s book series and explore the strange and terrifying world of Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield, one Sweet Valley High book at a time.
Did you know they’re still making books? Nutty, right? Even weirder though is that people are still reading them and talking about them. Frankly, it’s disturbing. Tune into Dried Up Brain to observe these strange creatures in their natural habitat.
We’re three babes from New York, Rebecca, Elizabeth, and Sarah, who like to talk books & drink beers. Several years ago we met in a local book club. After each meeting, we found ourselves staying late to talk literature over a few drinks. This podcast is our way of opening our discussions to you!
A Christian dystopian romance SciFi serial novel.
Could a conscious machine be born again? What if it were transgender?
Set in Salt Lake City at the end of days with a cast of characters that includes a passing maniac, Super Hero wannabe, a baritone mainframe, repentant Terminator and a homicidal elevator.
Billy and Dan will read a set of comics from the 90's (Mostly the X-Men Franchise right now) and sit down and discuss what we think of the story plot so far and the art work. Billy has been reading comics since he was 8 and Dan started when he was 37. So there is a Jedi/Padwan thing going on here.
There's a lot of great books out there but only so many hours in a day (experts believe there are between 22-27 hours in a a day). You just haven't got time to read all the books you want to - wouldn't it be great if someone could do it for you? Look no further. Each week, Mike Langley will read a book recommended by his guest and then have a conversation about it. Feel like you've read a new book without all that pesky reading!
The complete podcast compendium to the science-fiction comedy series, covering the radio, TV, book and film incarnations of Douglas Adams' "trilogy in five parts", alphabetically, from Arthur to Zaphod and all points in-between.
4 nerds talk comics! We review 5 books from each week's new releases, go over industry news, have a regular book club for notable past releases, and generally have a great time. If you want to know what's happening in the world of comics, join us! If you don't really care, hop on anyway, if you have a quarter as much fun listening as we do recording you won't regret it.
Ingrid Rekdal elsker bøker og har lest mange fler enn de fleste av oss. I "Ingrid og bøkene" anbefaler Ingrid de gode bøkene hun har lest igjennom livet, som passer til ferietiden, under teppet på høsten eller som et pusterom når familien tjaser og maser rundt deg. Ingrid jobber til daglig på Torp Skole i Fredrikstad, er utdannet adjunkt og er ansvarlig for skolebiblioteket. Det blir ingen terningkast 3-bøker, for som Ingrid Rekdal sier; livet er for kort for dårlige bøker.
Panel to Panel. The Weekly Comic book Podcast where a bunch of guys sit around and shoot the breeze about comic books and such. Fans boys die hard, we share our passions every show and how much we love the comics we've read since we were young.
James Portis, Carlos Melendez, Zane Troup, Cade Weinmann
POW = Procrastinate or Write! Jenni and Marc have been friends for years. We’re writing a book. We talk about our writing project and why we’re not writing enough. This is a podcast for the discerning writer who wants to write, but is easily distracted. We feel your pain. Join us on our journey to creative fulfillment...often helped by gin
Imagine reading your favorite steamy romance novel... with your mom reading over your shoulder. Ellen and her mom set out to do just that with this book club and they want you to join in. It's fun, it's swoony, and it's awkward.
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Welcome to the Non-Stop Comic Shop, where proprietors Jordan Hazelwood and Brendan Michielli are on hand to give reviews and hold discussions on all kinds of comic book-based media, from classic graphic novels to modern blockbuster adaptations. What's extremely good? What's hilariously awful? What's awfully awful? We'll let you know, because we'll always have issues!
A writing podcast for everyone! Interviews with up-and-coming and established authors, writing news, and info on contests and journals. Writing doesn't begin and end with publication, and we want to cover everything else that makes up your writing life.
This podcast is all about personal development, spirituality, the Law of Attraction, and following your dreams. If you're struggling in any are of your life, Writing in your Jammies is exploring a solution. I'll be sharing tips, alternatives, and fun way to become the best version of yourself. These podcasts are designed to help you pursue your dreams, whatever your dreams are.
Welcome the Words and Writers podcast! W and W is a podcast dedicated to bringing all things dealing with writing and words to our audience.
Hosted by Arleen Barreiros, John Dixon of Winterwolf Press and former co-host, Wendy Scott, we bring you a unique perspective of small press publishing and self- publishing with tips, advice and interviews week to week.
Em and Jamie traverse through the weird, wacky, and wonderful world of romance novels. Em reads the novels, and (much to Jamie's embarrassment) describes their gory details. Join the hosts of "Stupid Sexy Romance" on an adventure through romance lit, hear the male and female perspective on all things naughty, and listen to Jamie progressively die on the inside.
Special thanks goes out to Kevin MacLeod for the music
"Divertissement - Pizzicato (from the ballet Sylvia)"
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Welcome to Swish & Flick: An All Potter Podcast!
We will be dissecting all aspects of the Potter series, chapter by chapter, and be warned, there WILL be spoilers. We are rereading the series and putting together all our knowledge from the complete canon as well as adding in what we have learned from JK Rowling’s Pottermore writings, exploring unknown areas with fan theories, and even coming up with some theories and ideas of our own!
Thought Bubbles. The ShootTheBreezeComics.com podcast where women talk about comic books, movies, and geek culture. A platform where women's experiences and thoughts on geek culture/conventions/forums are freely expressed in form of jokes and the occassional serious moment.
Jessica Blake, Erin Shramm, and Daniela Mendoza
To celebrate our birthday, the staff at Sydney Story Factory have chosen some of their favourite stories from the past five years of workshops and created these podcasts.
The stories are read by Bridie Connell, David Cunningham, Gen Fricker, Alex Lee, Zoe Norton Lodge, Russel Smith, Mark Sutton, and the students of Sydney Story Factory. Produced by Ben Jenkins with music by Benny Davis.
For more information and accompanying resources head to tinyurl.com/storyfactory5
From 580 Media, Shots with Profs is a new podcast where we sit down with the nation's top academics, pour up shots (or a glass of wine) and discuss their area of research and study. Our guests range from Jewish Zionists, to photography experts, and even leading social justice pioneers. Get lit. Get learned.
Steve Soutee lived larger than life. He was a cowboy, a notorious ladies' man, a horse racer and a talented lawyer. Some people also said he was a murderer. His high-flying life of beautiful women, lavish parties and lots of alcohol came crashing down when he went to prison as a thief. Just as he began a new life after serving his time, he died unexpectedly under mysterious circumstances. I was a friend of Soutee's. He also stole from me. Join me as I tell his fascinating story.
Food, sex, death, middle-aged love, moving to the country and raising chickens. What could be hotter?
Licking the Bowl is author/performer Ericka Lutz's podcast. With recipes.
Licking the Bowl: Sometimes it's literal. Sometimes it's metaphorical. Always it's delicious.
Seeking Christian wisdom for life's biggest questions. Interviews, narrative storytelling, and reflections featuring scholars, pastors, and public intellectuals. Hosted by Evan Rosa. Produced by Biola University's Center for Christian Thought. Sponsored by the Templeton Religion Trust, John Templeton Foundation, and The Blankemeyer Foundation.
Atlanta is one of the most literate cities in the US. Home to many famous writers and a required stop on every author's book tour. Literary Atlanta is the advance guard of the Atlanta lit scene, bringing you all the news and interviews, too. If you love stories and you live in Atlanta, this is the only podcast you ever need to listen to.
By Far Far Away Radio - Star Wars Podcasts - With Rogue Podron & Legends and Lore
Star Wars: Legends and Lore is all about the books, comics, and storytelling beyond the films and television. The podcast is divided into the following episodes: 1) Writer's cantina, where we deconstruct Star Wars and provide advice for aspiring writers out there. 2) Book reviews: where we discuss the latest Star Wars books, and some older ones as well. 3) Comics: Where we discuss each issue of Star Wars comics as they are released.
The Telltales Podcast features original short fiction read by one of the members of the Telltales Writing Club. Season one is entitled “Oddities Vol. 1” and it is sure to delight and surprise you. The Telltales are a group of friends who decided to get together and start writing. We share a love of writing, books, and all things nerdy. Defying tradition and twisting conventions is a regular pastime of our little club. We’re looking to give you what you might not expect and probably wouldn’t ask for. We tell stories because the ideas in our heads are begging to escape. Sit down. Relax. Let us tell you a tale…
Leyenda Podcast relata cuentos reales sobre cosas, gente y lugares los suficientes raros como para hacernos inquietos. ¿Quien dijo que los arbustos no esconden elfos, que la vecina no es una bruja, o que las leyendas no son reales?