Today’s audiobooks require distinction from spoken word audio as a way to relax and unwind, according to a consumer survey by Edison. In research compiled by the Audio Publishers Association, most audiobook listeners prefer to hear thrilling stories like Church, The Television Show, a partial eight-volume serial.
Church, The Television Show is text series comprising of over 42 episodes and can be heard free as an audiobook online. Audiobook episodes characterize protagonist Noodle Church recruiting to fly helicopters for the U.S. Army ahead of his transformation to superhero when he gets placed inside a Mafia nightspot to unwittingly spy for The National Counter Terrorism Center as it tries to prevent the next big terrorist attack on American soil. Listen to Noodle trying to figure out what’s going on while his life is torn apart, he’s poisoned and left for dead, all before being healed by Aliens who turn his skin blue then lead Noodle and agents pursuing him on a wild chase to contain the Terrorist and end their war.
Church Publishing Company’s mobile website designed specifically for mobile phones and devices having smaller displays to summarize its authors’ novels and point to their booksellers using LESS data has moved. ▲Church for mobile phones can now be viewed online at mobile.church-publishing.com!
Church, The Television Show now reads out loud like an audio book for desktop computers using the Mozilla Firefox web-browser for free! To listen to Church, The Television Show like an audio book click on the the URL televisionshow.church-publishing.com/2011/11/28/church-season-eight-episode-four using Firefox then press “reader view” in the address bar and click “narrate.” Voila, the web-serial first published online September 11, 2011 has been transformed into your favorite free e-read!
Church has announcements celebrating great work done this summer. In time for students’ return to their favorite colleges Church Publishing launched its new bookstore. Locating the first storefront at church-publishing.com/store, in addition to literature this shop carries posters and stickers too! Blue and gold triangle stickers printed on vinyl coated paper with an adhesive backing look perfect on eReaders, computer skins, notebooks, and pocket portfolios. A set of two 2″ diameter circles plus one 4×3″ rectangle retails for only $1.99 and includes shipping. Better, decorate your kids’ dorm rooms with a 2×3 foot poster!
Girl Drinking a Beer
Used in the making of author Ethan Collin’s “Do Not Mix with Alcohol” cover, this poster of the girl holding her beer is an exact replica of Scottish artist Ruby McMenemy Tailor’s oil painting commissioned especially for the ▲Church Publishing book reprinted without any digital alteration or effects. This 120 lb. matte stock poster prints complete with canvas texture as viewed closely and at 24×36 inches it will make a perfect addition to any sitting or reading room scholars enjoy studying in. Buy the poster from Church’s eBookstore today!
Other Summer News
Church added an icon to its Downloads page listed under Public Relations. Formated as a .ico file this free button designed by Church Publishing Studio appears as if it’s been coated in translucent resin to harden the image affixed to a gold surface. Church’s icon could be used to access anything from computing devices’ desktops yet Downloads includes instructions to program this giveaway for mouse-click launching of church-publishing.com. Download your free icon today!
In time for this school-year Church Publishing is excited to rest during the final month of 2015’s summer after announcing the launch of its ▲Church Bookstore!
▲Church seeks expert computer technologist in a moderate-term endeavor to fill rewarding senior level position within its publishing company.
Church’s IT position spans computer science segments in skill, experience, and functions fulfilled by specialists. Successful IT could become a powerful unit within the company; agile command is paramount. Continue reading →
Riffle, a social media site built exclusively for readers, has finally launched. Riffle has visual appeal. A window full of covers fills the browser and, after clicking one that attracts your attention, the cover pops to fill a quarter of the screen while a brief synopsis appears beside it. Click a buttons above the description: Want to read, reading now, have read, recommend, and share or choose nothing and return to the homepage to gander another book cover.
Starting your account is simple. Log in with facebook and answer five questions then you’re good to go. Riffle then asks for genres you’re interested in which may be your most important decision because what’s chosen determines which users you follow. You’ll discover new books via network recommendations and your network is based upon what you like so pick your interests wisely. What are you reading now? What books do you like? What genres are you interested in? Welcome to Riffle!
From the homepage you can star books you’re interested in, mark the books you’re reading, check books off you’ve read, and heart books to recommend them. The Foundation Pit is a book I’ve announced to my friends that I’m interested in.
After users star recommendations you’ve made it’ll build an influence score. Hopefully this reduces the probability you’ll be sifting through hundreds of covers before finding something you think is worth reading.
This site did give me a few problems. Three of the favorite books I listed upon starting my experience never appeared in my profile and later, when searching for books, the search bar did not accept the return command. That’s a major error, and it’s not clear where Riffle pulls novels’ information from.
But the best part of this site is your profile. Twenty one questions pair books with events in your life, like What book keeps you awake at night? Otherwise the site is simply big, beautiful covers and that’s what we at Church Publishing like about it. Visual is not a term commonly attributed with literature and as technology continues to alter perception maybe the social media site will usher in a day when you really can judge a book by its cover…that is until a friend falls asleep with your favorite book under her bed lamp.
When you find yourself surrounded by books eight feet high and climb the stairs only to hit a glass ceiling you know you’re working in publishing. They’ve stuck you in a room and locked the closet door but there must be a way out. There is, Church Publishingis hiring.
Ramsa sofa by Younes Duret
After spending this week curled up on the sofa working on the fifth edition of Cosmo Starlight’s Freedom Incorporated work is still not complete and I sometimes think Church is a made up story. Books have become our foundation but I can’t see any lying around because they’re all on the computer screen. It’s almost as if our President has reallocated everything in print just to build his eHouse, sparing trees which could be more useful as his shelter. eLiterature proves reading is more economical and accessible online.
courtesy of inhabitat.com
But, if only there were a way for people to see how many books Church Publishing has to choose from online, here it is!
courtesy of mother nature network
Believe it or not, our world was built on books. Everything you see, touch, eat, smell, learn about and repeat is in a book someplace. In fact, books have been used for hundreds of years to build society.
In the future books will exist but there won’t be as many per capita print editions per title. And at the current level of technological advancement trees are better off serving as bookshelves,
from Not Tom design studio
at TU Delft architecture bibliotheek
or re-purposed as chairs.
Furniture made by Alvaro Tamarit posted on ‘Colossal,’ Art and Visual Ingenuity, Colossal
It scares some to think the world will no longer look like this,
at Shakespeare & Company
or like this,
but people aren’t turning books into trash.
Copyright: Alicia Martin, Biografias 2003. Casa de América, Palacio de Linares, Madrid. Foto: Mario Marquerie
Books aren’t on the chopping block.
made by Jane Dandy
Books are being displayed more cleanly.
design by Lu Chieh-Hua and Cheng Tzu-Hao
They’re being preserved behind glass to last a life time.
John Rylands Library courtesy of John Heskes’ photostream
In the future there will still be places you can find books shelved on walls so don’t freak when bookshelves aren’t traditionally constructed either.