A formatting question

On the off-chance that someone might leave a comment around here once in a while, let me pose this question to the peanut gallery: Do you prefer the podcasts be posted in the traditional format (a la Olen Steinhauer) or in the audio post format (a la Joseph Bottum)? With the audio format readers on the front page can listen to the audio without having to click. But there is not title to introduce the post.  Any strong opinions on this out there?

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Worky-work, busy bee

Sorry for the posting draught. I have started a new job and just haven’t had the chance to catch my breath and post. I also have been reading some more serious non-fiction which is harder to read when you are tired and busy.  Should get back on the horse soon. And as always, thanks for stopping by. *title reference

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The Thurber House Evenings with Authors for Winter/Spring 2014

Thurber House has announced the Winter/Spring 2014 Evenings with Authors events: Wednesday, January 29: Isabel Allende, Ripper Thursday, February 27: Claire Messud, The Woman Upstairs Monday, March 10: J.A. Jance, Moving Target: A Novel Monday, March 31: Carl Hoffman, Savage Harvest: A Tale of Cannibals, Colonialism and Michael Rockefeller’s Tragic Quest for Primitive Art Wednesday, April 9: Bruce Weber, Life is a Wheel: Love, Death, Etc., and a Bike Ride Across America Tuesday...

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