Free Audiobooks

No, I’m not pulling your leg (or any other appendage), I have multiple free audiobooks for your listening pleasure. I record and release all of my books as a "podcast," which is a way to get audio files sent right to you, so you can listen on your computer, or transfer to a portable player and take them with you.

Scroll down to read about the several ways to listen to my greatness:

– Come to this website and listen to each episode

– Subscribe with iTunes

– Get emails of every podcast episode and blog post

– Subscribe with RSS

– Dude, what the hell is a "podcast?"

– Other free podcast novels by Sigler


If you have no idea what a podcast is, or you don’t even like them, relax. You can listen simply by clicking the link for each story episode in the main blog. Or save them for later by right-clicking on those links, choosing “save link as,” and save the MP3 file to your computer. Listen at your leisure. 


[img_assist|nid=1965|title=|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=123|height=44] This is the easiest way to get your dose of Siglerism. You can have the audio stories delivered right to your iTunes, just click on the iTunes button at left and you’re in. You’ll get all audio, video and PDF, but you will not get the text-only blog posts — for that, either subscribe with RSS, email or come back to this site regularly. If you don’t have iTunes, click here to get it for free.

[img_assist|nid=1966|title=|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=50|height=50]GET EMAILS OF EVERY PODCAST EPISODE AND BLOG POST:

Regular old email works just fine. Click on the email link at left, fill out the form, and every time I post a new blog or podcast entry you’ll get an email that includes links to play the audio or video.

[img_assist|nid=1967|title=|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=50|height=33]SUBSCRIBE WITH RSS:

All you tech-savvy blog readers can simply subscribe by clicking the RSS icon at right. Y’all know the drill, now take care of bid-ness.


After I finish podcasting a book, I post it at, where it is still free. Up on top of this page, pull down the AUDIOBOOKS menu and you’ll see links for EARTHCORE, INFECTED, CONTAGIOUS and other books. Chose that item, you’ll see a description of the book — then just click on the cover to go to that book on

[img_assist|nid=700|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=77|height=100]DUDE, WHAT THE HELL IS A "PODCAST?"

The picture at left is for the NOCTURNAL Episode #1 PDF. On the last two pages of the PDF is a great visual explanation of what a podcast is, and how to subscribe. Click on the cover, open it up and take a look.

About The Author



    @avinjer…..I for one was a little confused when it came to the vote for “blood is red”. We’re we supposed to vote for “blood is red” or a specific “blood is red” story, you know what I’m saying. And don’t forget there is still time to vote for The best Book Cover of 2011 which should be “The ALL-PRO” by New York Times Best Selling Novelist SCOTT “aka The FDØ” SIGLER. Go do that

  2. avinjer

    I can’t believe more people aren’t voting for Blood is Red for short fiction. 10th place only has 4 votes and Blood is Red is not on the list. Go. Do it now. Get.

  3. GJ

    Done! I’ve voted it for the best cover too (even though I still do want to clean him with a babywipe)

  4. Gmork

    I’m a wee bit late to this party, but my vote is now casted! There’s still lots of time to get involved as the voting doesn’t end until Jan 20th!


    Here are the top novels as of 5 PM Thursday:

    1. The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss (41 votes) 2. The All-Pro by Scott Sigler (34 votes) 3. The Alloy of Law by Brandon Sanderson (26 votes) 4. Embassytown by China Mieville (23 votes) 5. The Seventh Throne by Stephen Zimmer (20 votes) 6. Among Others by Jo Walton (15 votes) 7. A Dance With Dragons by George R. R. Martin (15 votes) 8. Ready Player One by Ernest Cline (14 votes) 9. Fuzzy Nation by John Scalzi (9 votes) 10. The Heroes by Joe Abercrombie (7 votes)

    A challenger approaches! On Tuesday, dark horse Stephen Zimmer shot to the front on a campaign involving friends and fans, but Wednesday finds him unseated due to a similar approach by author Scott Sigler. (But will he make it to the endzone???)

    The Best Book Cover votes break down as follows:

    1. The Seventh Throne by Stephen Zimmer, cover by Matthew Perry (12 votes) 2. Deathless by Catherynne M. Valente, cover by Beth White, design by Peter Lutjen (8 votes) 3. The All-Pro by Scott Sigler, cover designed by Donna Mugavero (6 votes) 4. Rift Walker by Clay & Susan Griffith, cover by Chris McGrath, design by Grace M. Conti-Zilsberger (4 votes) 5. Leviathan Wakes by James S. A. Corey, cover by Daniel Dociu (3 votes) 6. Blood Divided by Kevin James Breaux, cover by Dan Dos Santos, design by Kevin James Breaux (3 votes) 7. My Life as a White Trash Zombie by Diana Rowland, cover by Dan Dos Santos (3 votes)

  6. Stormy

    At the time of writing this, there’s 30+ votes for The All-Pro (some as All Pro, some as All-Pro), and a few votes for the cover. 

    Given there’s less than 300 comments there, and that the majority of people are only voting for one novel, as per the rules…if the trend continues, I think we’ll make some noise. 😀
  7. scottsigler

    Nice! Not sure about best book cover in that group, as there are some very scifi-ish covers, but I appreciate the vote!

  8. In_The_Out_Hole

    Come on do those other authors even have a chance? what can you do against hordes of faithful junkies? Run….


    Just voted for the Best Novel, Best Book Cover, and Best Short Fiction. C’mon ALL-PRO C’mon Blood is Red you can DO IT!