A security professional of ten years, Sommerfeldt likes to write about his experiences in that industry, as well as about what has kept him company many a long night on the job, as they say - Audiobooks. With the occasional Culture and music review in between of course - who can hold their tongue in a fabulous (yes, yes - and sinister) cabal as BlogCritics?
ASISOnline is an informative and necessary website for security pros, but has a few challenges.
Stephen King takes us on a different journey, through childhood, war and struggles — and the Low Men are always close.
Justin's dad isn't your usual dad. Profanity prone and a loving opposite to passive aggressiveness makes for an unusual ride.
Napoleon Hill's Think and Grow Rich is read by Erik Synnestvedt, producing an effective, but tiring result.
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Marina and the Diamonds hypnotizes the hardened rock listener. She'll do the same to you.
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Orson Scott Cards departure from sci-fi is a success, and Stefan Rudnicki rumbles his way through it, gloriously.
Frank Muller reads Stephen King's Black House, and does a terrible job of it. Here's why.
Ron McLarty expertly reads his book The Memory of Running in this audio version of his debut as a novelist.