Podcast novelists and their audience enjoy the intimacy of the medium, but still depend on brief blurbs and book covers to find a match. We make this connection simpler.
Our goal is to provide an inclusive podcast for listeners interested in upcoming Podiobooks.com releases, and indie authors, while giving them a voice in promoting their work to an interested audience. Consider us the TV Guide of independent authors.
- Provide Podiobooks.com listeners with information on new works appearing on the Podiobooks.com calendar.
- Give Independent authors a chance to introduce their work in their own words.
- Serve as a conduit of information on author sponsored contests, successes, and industry news.
- Share related tips, tricks, and insider information.
Podioracket.com is primarily the brain child of Rhonda R. Carpenter and H.E. Roulo, though we enjoy the talents of many guest authors, listeners, and friends.
Rhonda R. Carpenter
Rhonda R. Carpenter is the founder of Lifefirst.com. She is an Author, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Handwriting Expert, Dream Analyst, and Professional Psychic, who has dedicated her life to others. She recently completed her goal of releasing The Mark of a Druid in both audio and print.
Follow Rhonda on Twitter @rhondacarpenter
Find The Mark of a Druid on Podiobooks.com
(Heather has taken a step back from Podioracket but will be joining in the fun for special guest appearances)
H.E. Roulo is a Pacific Northwest writer of science-fiction, horror, and fantasy.
She completed the serialized podcast release of her novel Fractured Horizon in early 2009. It was a Finalist for the 2009 Parsec Award for Best Speculative Fiction Story (novel).
Short stories have appeared in Flagship magazine, Horror Addicts podcast, Podioracket Presents-Visionaries podcast anthology, Podioracket Presents-Glimpses ebook, the Live and Let Undead anthology, The Wickeds anthology and the Spiders anthology. Her podcast horror story “Graveyard Shift” won the Wicked Women Writers Challenge 2009.
Follow Heather on Twitter @hroulo
Find Fractured Horizon on Podiobooks.com
Arlene Radasky loves history. There are so many mysteries in history out there and she would like to provide answers to some.
Her first novel, The Fox, is about an ancient couple and modern archaeologists. It is available free to download in several places to all readers. She loves to write poetry and short stories and has fun recording them.
She has two grown daughters who between them have given her three grandsons. She lives in Southern California with her husband and cats. She often goes to the beach for inspiration.
Meet Our new Staff Members
Paul Kater our weekly blogger for From the Writer’s Desk
Bio: Paul Kater was born in the Netherlands. He’s been writing since 2003. Paul currently lives in Cuijk, the Netherlands, with his books and the many characters he’s developed in the past years, who claim he is a figment of their imagination.
Links: Website: http://www.paulkater.com Twitter: @pagan_paul Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paul.kater.author Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/114266956039786259104/ Smashwords profile: https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/paulkater Amazon Author page: http:// amazon.com/author/paulkater
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.
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Website: http://www.murdomorrison.com/ http://www.thetasteofdust.com/ http://www.rosesofwinter.com/
Murdo Morrison Writer and author of Roses of Winter, A Hole Without Sides Read my latest book The Taste of Dust, now available online.
Bio: Seymour Hamilton wrote The Laughing Princess, in the mid 80s. More than 20 years later, he finished The Astreya Trilogy, a nautical fantasy, published by Fireship Press in 2011. The Laughing Princess came out of the basement into print in 2012, thanks to Jessica Knauss of Açedrex Press, and then into audio at Podiobooks.
Contact him via email
The Laughing Princess
Astreya, Book I: The Voyage South,
Astreya, Book II: The Men of the Sea
Astreya, Book III: The Wanderer’s Curse
Bio: Gillian Andrews lives in Majorca, but is English by birth. She has published three books in the Ammonite Galaxy series, and the fourth, Pictoria, is due to be published on December 1st 2012. She has also recently completed an online masters in astrophysics, which she says was very hard work!
Books: The Ammonite Galaxy, Book 1 Valhai, Book Two Kwaide, Book Three Xiantha, Book Four Pictoria (to be published end 2012/beginning 2013)
Brian Rathbone is a horse trainer turned technology geek turned fantasy author. He is the creator of The World of Godsland fantasy series, and author of The Dawning of Power.
Brian represents Podioracket.com at a variety of conventions and is a permanent interviewer for the regular Raise a Racket podcast.
Find The Dawning of Power at Podiobooks.com.
Follow Brian on Twitter @brianrathbone
Books: Lure (Sam Flock Adventures: Book One), Redtooth, Beyond the Veil, The World of Godsland fantasy series: Call of the Herald Book 1, Inherited Danger Book 2, Dragon Ore Book 3, RegentBook 4, Feral Book 5,
Eugene is a speculative fiction writer from the green hills and radical politics of the Second Republic of Vermont. His writing comes out of old family stories, his own fears, wilderness, and simple pure speculation. He is also the husband of maskmaker Carrie Rouillard.
Brian is one of the editors for the Podioracket Presents anthology.
“I’ve been writing for about 13 yrs now and have grown to love Podiobooks and its community. There are many talented writers to find there, and this is just a small way to give back to such a wonderful group of imaginative people!”