Audiobook Release Podcast

Audiobook Release Podcast

The Audiobook Release Podcast is powered by Audiobook Release Publishing and e-Audio Productions. We interview established and upcoming authors, narrators and share the latest news from the audiobook industry.... Show More

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August 2, 2020 11 min
Garrett Thompson presents the Audiobook Industry news Episode of July 2020. In this episode: 1. Audiobooks During The Pandemic The numbers and statistics Where to find free audiobooks And more.. 2. Audiobooks Continue to rise in 2020 The numbers and statistics Most popular audiobook genres  Notable findings from the surveys include: Audiobook consumers place a high priority on quality of narration. Nonfiction and fiction liste...
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Madeline Ruiz talks with on a detailed discussion about her audiobook "I Married A Penis Doctor Who Fixes Women Too" Self Narrated by herself.  About the book: This book is gentle enough for every man to read, funny enough for every woman to enjoy, and educational enough to give a copy to everyone you know. The Dick Doctor’s wife makes it safe and accepting to talk about all things urological and encourages you to embrace ...
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In this episode we talk with fantasy fiction author Omayra Velez. Omayra shares her background as an author, and how her experience in the army influenced her writing and opens up the secrets behind writing "Calixta: The Vanquishers of Alhambra". The audiobook version is available on various platforms including Audible.  
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In this episode we talk with Kathy Beckwith. Kathy talks to us about her audiobook A Mighty Case Against War: What America Missed In Us History Class & What We All Can Do Now. In this audiobook Kathy Beckwith relates a history of America's wars that includes "What America Missed in US History Class." She details why war sells, the fallacies of common justifications for war, true costs of war, and sensible alternativ...
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June is audiobook month and we are happy to news this new podcast where we will be sharing audiobook industry news, author and narrator interviews, give away codes and reviews. On this first episode, being it audiobook month, we thought we’d share the history of audiobooks. How and when did it all start? And how to it come to be a multibillion industry in 2020?
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