Welcome to Season 7 Episode 75  of Podioracket.com. In this show you’ll get 2 interviews, news, and a contest.
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The Bialy Pimps by Johnny B. Truant Humor

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Bio: Johnny B. Truant blogs about entrepreneurship and human potential at JohnnyBTruant.com and is a regular contributor to premier business blogs Copyblogger and Problogger. He’s also the director and MC of the Virtual Ticket program for Blogworld (the world’s preeminent new media conference) and co-hosts the Self Publishing Podcast at SelfPublishingPodcast.com.

The Taste of Dust by Murdo Morrison

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Bio:  Murdo Morrison is an American writer of Scottish heritage. Born in Glasgow, Scotland, his early years were spent in a Scotstoun tenement. The author’s family has many links to shipyards, shipbuilding and the Merchant Navy, a background that he drew upon for his first novel Roses of Winter.
Murdo attended Allan Glen’s School and the University of Glasgow before moving to the US in 1973, where he completed degrees in Geography at Central Connecticut State College and Clark University. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and family.

About the story:

Roses of Winter, the author’s novel set in World War II Glasgow, left the Burns and McIntyre families hoping for a better future for themselves and a new generation born free of the shadow of war. They don’t realize that they face a world about to change in unimaginable ways.

Spanning over six decades, The Taste of Dust tells the story of that new generation through the eyes of Andrew McIntyre. Born into the world of tenements and housing schemes in working class Glasgow, Andrew hopes for a better future. To find it he must leave his troubled family and the city of his birth.


The Parsec Winners have been announced and we know lots of the nominees and winners! The full list will be released in next wed blog but we wanted to say a big congrats to our friends Pip Ballantine for “Precarious Child” (from The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences) and Mike Bennett creator of Underwood and Flinch: A Vampire Novel, the list goes on and on and you can see the full thing at www.parsecawards.com or wait till 9-19-2012 when we post the full list!


Captain Blackwell’s Prize By V.E. Ulett is awarding three paperback copies of Captain Blackwell’s Prize, September 10 to October 12; US, UK, Canada and Australia are eligible to win in the Goodreads Giveaway, http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/15773930-captain-blackwell-s-prize. Listen to it on Podiobooks.com, get it on Amazon and while you are at Goodreads entering the giveaway rate the book.

A romantic adventure from the days of wooden ships and iron men, CAPTAIN BLACKWELL’S PRIZE is a story of honor, duty, social class and the bond of sexual love.