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.
Since 2015 August “Freedom Afrika” by Cosmo Starlight was being previewed at leading eBook retailers iBooks, B&N, and Kobo for special pre-order price $3.89 through 26 December 2015.
▲Church Publishing is notifying fans of the author special pre-order pricing for this epic 450-page novel ended on its publication following Christmas. “Freedom Afrika” now downloads immediately after purchase from eTailers at its manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) $14.89. The second edition publication includes original, hand-drawn artwork that became a ▲Church mark: colored-pencil and black-ink.
Previewable for over four months, Freedom Afrikawas published 26 December 2015. Instead of a pre-order to be delivered by email its date of publication, Freedom Afrika now downloads instantaneously. Pre-sale pricing has expired and the novel lists for $14.89.
If readers hurry they can still take advantage of special pre-order pricing and instantly download Cosmo Starlight’s full novel IF they act in the minutes following this post since all linked retailers listed in its first paragraph may take several hours to reflect updated MSRP. Acquire it now, buy ▲Church author Cosmo Starlight’s “Freedom Afrika” today!
Author Cosmo Starlight’s newest eBook Freedom Afrika published by ▲Church is finally on-sale from leading eTailers such as iBooks, Barnes & Noble, and Rakuten the maker of Kobo eReading devices.
Freedom Afrika by Cosmo Starlight released 12/26/2015
Church Publishing announces August 18th through Christmas Day Freedom Afrika can be purchased for only $3.89 pre-release, a 75% savings! The retail for this book, at about 450 pages depending on it’s eReading format, is set at $14.49. Accordingly, order your copy of Starlight’s Freedom Afrika today to save over $10.50 then read this literary adventure novel over this year’s winter holiday.
Web-serial Church, The Television Show, named for fictional superhero who teamed with Aliens to end the global war on terror Noodle Church, established Church Publishing September 11, 2011 at 5:10 with it’s Pilot episode proceeded by Season One, Episode One ten years to the date beyond terrorist Osama bin Laden’s attack on U.S. soil. But 9/11/11 wasn’t the birth of an idea, the first analysis of creator Cosmo Starlight‘s journals, or the President of Church’s first encounter with the grave and serious subject matter of 9/11/01. Continue reading →
▲Church author Cosmo Starlight’s novel Freedom Inc. submits to media promotion with its new, five-page press kit.
Promoting Freedom Ink
The page completing Freedom Incorporated’s new press kit explains character Noodle Church escaped circumstances caught between wardens by replacing the Corporation title “Freedom Inc.” with its homonym “Freedom Ink.” Where the Corporation’s sign is affixed over bricks built to contain prisoners, illustrators of this novel’s 1st edition eCover superimposed a “K” over the “C” in “Incorporated.”
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After spending some time trying to create a shopping cart below our header (some of the big publishers are lucky enough to have custom-made internship and imprint blocks) we’ve been checking out Riffle Books, a new way to discover stuff to read via a very visual social channel. In addition to attracting the eye using big pictures so that books sell themselves by cover design, it has cool tools pushing people to read along the lines of 50 titles to read before I die -or- required reading for my ideal wife to buy. As a cliché, and from a writer, you should never judge a book by its cover. But that’s not really how you’ll be introduced to new titles here – beautiful covers only entice you to tear open their jacket.Riffle Books is a social platform. Novels that pass before you are ones friends and book club buddies have run their hands through. In that sense it’s sort of like Goodreads, a service that I’m a member of and share a large network with but don’t use as often as my to-do list tells me to.
On Facebook I stare at posts capturing sights unseen instead of reading more informative textual messages. It’s a digital age, and our attention span is getting that short. Visual perception is instantaneous, Riffle Books may just be the new service that gets you to read your next book. If it does that’s great because we’re writers. Go ahead and try it out by clicking the image of Abraham Lincoln to peep their site. But before you do ‘Like’ the new Church Publishing Fan Page so we can keep in touch! -Noodle
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