Here is a promo from my favorite historian, Dan Carlin. He does a show called Hardcore History and the name fits 다운로드. So be warned that this is real, no punches are pulled.
The topic for this show, called “Ghosts of the Osfront”, is the battle between Germany and Russia in World War II 다운로드. He starts with the brutality and effectiveness of the Germans as they start the war. Then, moves into the bloody Russian counterattack that eventually leads them to invade-back Germany 다운로드. Millions of lives are lost, atrocities are committed, and more you don’t even want to know about.
Or do you?
If so, then this show is for you 파로스 다운로드. Listen to this promo to find out if this fits your style.
Today we’re bringing you a roundup of some of the great Science Fiction, Fantasy and Dystopian classics available on the web 다운로드. And what better way to get started than with Aldous Huxley reading a dramatized recording of his 1932 novel, Brave New World. The reading aired on the CBS Radio Workshop in 1956. You can listen to Part 1 here and Part 2 here다운로드.
By my count there are over 30 stories in all forms – audiobooks, movie, e-text, and even a few live readings from the author 일러스트 2018 다운로드.
Amazon continues to upset the publishing industry, this time going around publishers to offer authors $20 million for going audio 다운로드. If an author is willing to let Audible, the Amazon-owned audiobook powerhouse, sell their book then Amazon will give them $1 per book:
The Amazon-owned digital audiobooks site Audible.com is launching a new program, “Audible Author Services,” that pays audiobook authors $1 per sale through Audible.com, Audible.co.uk, and iTunes, out of a $20 million fund 다운로드. The audiobook publishers do not receive any of the funds.
To sign up, authors must make their titles available as audiobooks through Audible.com. Once they enroll their books in the program, Audible says, they will: