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Cover to Cover #127: Best of...

In the last few weeks, we've had a few new stations pick up The Dragon Page Cover to Cover. That means we've got a bunch of new listeners (of which we love each and every one dearly) who haven't had an opportunity to listen to our show before. And because of that, they've missed out on some great guests. So bear with us while we bring you an impromptu "Best of The Dragon Page" this week, won't you?

Sir Arthur C. Clarke

Robert Jordan

Ray Bradbury

Normally, we'd do a Dragon Bites news segment and a Feed the Dragon on the show as well. But we wanted to squeeze in as much time with these guys as possible. Join us next week when we're back to our regular format!   [Read more...]

Cover to Cover #461: Building Your Audiences

Discussion: Mike S talks about the importance of developing a private audience, separate from the groups you're cultivating on Twitter, Google+, Facebook, and other social networks.

What's your favorite site for book reviews? Send them in, or mention them here... we'll collect the info and compile them into a list that we will use later to help publicize the finished stories after the process here.

And yes, Summer is still taking applications for Dragon Page book reviewers. Wanna play?   [Read more...]

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The Martian is a decent hard Science Fiction novel and I certainly didn't regret reading it. I just wish there was more substance to the protagonist's side of the story.   [Read more...]

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Review: "Pandemic" by Scott Sigler

Podcast novelist (and self-proclaimed future dark overlord) Scott Sigler burst onto the horror scene a couple of years ago Infected. If you've read (or listened to) Sigler's original novel, I need only say two words to make you shudder involuntarily -- chicken scissors.   [Read more...]

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Review: "The Republic of Thieves" by Scott Lynch

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