FBR Cast: 004 – Judging A Book By Its Cover
Posted: August 9, 2012 | Author: Lee Sibbald
Episode 4 is in, I’m drinking wine again (I see a trend developing here…) and Josh is hitting the energy drinks. In this weeks episode we talk about The Hobbit becoming a trilogy, Neil Gaiman’s American Gods coming to HBO, and Brandon Sanderson finishing the final book in the Wheel of Time series. We also look at book covers, whether they are a dying art, and what our favourites are.
You can listen below, download from archive.org, or in a few days time you should be able to download from iTunes. Have a listen and let us know what you liked, what you didn’t like, where we could improve, and what we could add in terms of content. Remember you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can contact us on twitter (@Joshshill and @RyanL1986)
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In The E-Book World, Are Book Covers A Dying Art?
Our own favourite covers:
Blackbirds by Chuck Wendig (cover by Joey Hi-Fi)
The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson (cover by Michael Whelan)
Oracle’s Fire by Mary Victoria (cover by Frank Victoria)
The Raven series by James Barclay (cover by Fred Gambino)
The Australian / European covers for Brandon Sanderson (covers by Sam Green)
The new covers for Terry Pratchett (covers by Paul Kidby)
The awesome song you’ll hear at the beginning and end of this podcast is Steailng Horses by Karl Buhre, who you can find on Facebook at facebook.com/karlbuhre and on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/user/KarlAlouatta.