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If you think about it, a Podcast is a little like an audio magazine with one article. Yes, the simile is relevant, I promise. In any case, magazines often publish stories in installments; in fact, some magazines exist solely for this purpose. A while back, some guy named Tee Morris came up with a bright idea: why not take the serialized publishing approach and apply it to podcasting? You wouldn't need to get published; just read your book aloud into a mic, and release an episode on a regular schedule. Or not. The point was that the concept of Podiobooks had been born; audiobooks distributed via podcast.

Now, a large number of books are available on, and it's growing every day. There are also a great deal of independently podcast books on the Net, as well. Following is a list of some notable Podiobook authors and stories.

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