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More Big Podcast Fiction News!

This has been a pretty big month in the little tidepool of new media called podcast fiction! On May 1st, I launched my ongoing serial fiction webzine “Hazy Days and Cloudy Nights.” On May 5th, Seth Harwood’s podcast novel “Jack Wakes Up” was released into bookstores from Three Rivers Press. Today… two more podcast fiction luminaries have major releases!

Schtick in Chainmail

Nina Kimberly the MercilessFirst up, congratulations to Christiana Ellis, whose comic fantasy novel “Nina Kimberly the Merciless” comes out in paperback from Dragon Moon Press today! “Nina Kimberly the Merciless” is the teen-aged daughter of a barbarian conqueror. She’s on a mission to kill the man who loves her. Because he’s an idiot.

To celebrate the release of the book, Christiana is releasing a brand new edition of the free podcast edition of the book. You can listen to that for free!

Want to dip a little deeper, a little faster? Download a free .pdf of “Nina Kimberly the Merciless” right now! Once you’ve read even a little bit — once you’ve wiped the tears of laughter from your eyes — you’re gonna want a hardcopy of the book. Order “Nina Kimberly the Merciless” and support one of the most creative, whip-smart and funny new media authors out there.

Prelude To Insanity

Personal Effects: Sword of BloodMasterful author, social media firestorm and dear friend J.C. Hutchins has a remarkable book / cross-media project coming next month: “Personal Effects: Dark Art.” I’ve read it; I’ll be reviewing it very soon in this blog.

Right now, though — today — you can get a taste of the “Personal Effects” universe through J.C. Hutchins’ new free podcast novella, “Personal Effects: Sword of Blood.”

Consider this free podcast audiobook your introduction to art therapist Zach Taylor and Brinkvale Psychiatric Hospital. Once you’ve listened to “Personal Effects: Sword of Blood,” I reckon you’ll rush to pre-order “Personal Effects: Dark Art” to receive the full, tactile, multimedia experience.

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