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Jan 2, 2024

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Podcasts by Tale Teller Club with bedtime stories and mischievous chat presented by iServalan

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Episode 601 - The iServalan™ Show Danger and Prose Booze and Songwriting Straight Jackets Inspiration Passion and Sinners Parties
2 Jan, 2024 - 14:43

Episode 600 - The iServalan™ Show Devil’s Crown Reading and Victims of Fate by Tale Teller Cub Poetry as Songs Tips on Writing Musical St
2 Jan, 2024 - 08:57

Episode 599 - The iServalan™ Show How to be famous in 365 days. Life hacks and plans ahead for the Tale Teller Club Rule 1 Inspire Entertain
2 Jan, 2024 - 14:58

Episode 598 - The iServalan™ Show Being a Woman Shape Shifting Moving Targets Hormones Menopause Positivity Depression and Taking Life Back
1 Jan, 2024 - 14:49

Episode 597 - The iServalan™ Show A Terrible NYE at Soho House Brighton but What a Year ahead for the Marchioness of Dorchester
1 Jan, 2024 - 14:56

Episode 596 - The iServalan™ Show. The Prisoner Live Reading from the Horror Collection by Tale Teller Cub read by Sarnia de la Mare FRSA
31 Dec, 2023 - 02:57

Episode 595 - The iServalan™ Show Pomegranates a Poem by the Marchioness of Dorchester live Reading by Sarnia de la Mare FRSA at TTC
31 Dec, 2023 - 01:11

Episode 594 - The iServalan™ Show Virgin Fruit by the Marchioness of Dorchester Live Reading by Sarnia de la Mare FRSA Exclusive
31 Dec, 2023 - 01:25

Episode 593 - The iServalan™ Show Love Boat Lyrics with a Biro by Tale Teller Club Band Live Reading by Sarnia de la Mare FRSA

31 Dec, 2023 - 01:20

Episode 592 - The iServalan™ Show Reviews of Dupes by Aldi, NYE in Brightly, Music Career and Big Dreams for the Tale Teller Club
31 Dec, 2023 - 14:36

Updates form Paradise with the Marchioness of Dorchester AKA Sarnia de la Maré FRSA and Quillmatic Bardinator
ft. the Quillmatic Bardinator
30 Dec, 2023 - 14:39

Episode 591 - The iServalan™ Show The Wonder of Technical Pens in Procreate and how to Trace Images Easily with Electric Pens on iPad

30 Dec, 2023 - 14:36

Episode 638 - The iServalan™ Show Getting a Caravan Living in Greece and Buying a Barn to make an Art Studio in the Coming Year

29 Dec, 2023 - 14:23

Episode 637 - The iServalan™ Show Sonnet 2 Ghosted on Tinder by the Quillmatic Bardinator
29 Dec, 2023 - 01:15

Episode 636 - The iServalan™ Show OMG I tattooed my flicks On Fleek with my flicks
29 Dec, 2023 - 14:48

Episode 635 - The iServalan™ Show Tattooing Using Dots and Fine Lines DIY Ink for Learners and Tattoo Professionals by iServalan
29 Dec, 2023 - 14:23

Episode 634 - The iServalan™ Show Weird Film Content on Amazon Prime Gives Inspiration for the Immersion Book Series
29 Dec, 2023 - 14:41

That Affair Next Door CH 5 by Anna Katharine Green Free Audiobooks Chosen by Sarnia de la Maré FRSA
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The best bedtime stories and coffee break library around!
29 Dec, 2023 - 17:37

Fevers and Physicians in Space ch 2 Short Sci-fi Bedtime Story Audiobooks at Tale Teller Club

A great collection of sci-fi shorts on a medical theme.
29 Dec, 2023 - 15:07

Fevers and Physicians in Space ch I: ‘Pandemic’ by Jesse F. Bone Audiobooks at Tale Teller Club Our featured sci-fi shorts for this week are listed below

Fevers and Physicians in Space recording of Fevers and Physicians in Space (Ed Reads Short Sci-fi, vol. II) by Various.
Read in English by Edmund Bloxam

I: ‘Pandemic’ by Jesse F. Bone
A deadly pandemic consumes the world (blah blah blah - you know the rest). If only THAT was the cure to the real one?

II: ‘2BR02B’ by Kurt Vonnegut
I wanna live forever...and have kids...but what about the consequences?

III: ‘The Beautiful People’ by Charles Beaumont
Why would you not want to be beautiful? Like every else.
Now, now, don't be difficult.

IV: ‘Operation Distress’ by Lester del Rey
One man alone in the depths of space...suddenly struck with illness...if he returns to Earth, he could infect the world!

V: ‘Doctor’ by Murray Leinster
In the complex logistics of interstellar travel, the only way to cordon of the deadly plague is to ghettoize entire planets and let everyone die. Problem solved.
But does a Zero-plague strategy really work?

VI: ‘John’s Other Practice’ by Winston K. Marks
Malpractice? Or will technology be allowed to innovate health care? Can Dr. Klinghammer convince the authorities that the corporation is not trying to scam them?

VII: ‘Bolden’s Pets’ by F. L. Wallace
I have a disease and all the planet's natives gave me was this lousy pet. But at least I have a cute pet now. Or do I?

VIII: ‘The Addicts’ by William Morrison
Another kind of disease. This time with a flawless and simple cure.
But what if he won't take it? What if he's fatalistic about the strange creatures outside in space?

IX: ‘The Man Who Made the World’ by Richard Matheson
"Who is this strange patient I must see, nurse? He seems a bit of a brat."

X: ‘Contagion’ by Katherine Maclean
When colonizing a new planet, please remember: look out for new contagions, pay attention to the fact that your body can't digest the food (genetic manipulation required!)
And beefcakes. Watch out for beefcakes.

XI: ‘Breeder Reaction’ by Winston K Marks
Finally, the medical scientists get hold of the new beauty product. The 'Mad Men' types try to cover up their sloppiness, and their bellies...

XII: ‘The Disembodied Man’ by Larry Maddock
A cure for death itself! It'll take some patience though. And a mysterious voice.

XIII: ‘Advanced Chemistry’ by Jack G. Huekels
No, it's actually a cure for death this time. For real. But accidents will happen...

XIV: ‘Bad Medicine’ by Robert Sheckley
A man intent on murder attempts a common therapy for psychosis. With disastrous results.

XV: ‘Homesick’ by Lyn Venable
Space, full of pathogens and allergens the human body can't cope with. Especially on...alien...planets.

XVI: ‘Heart' by Henry Slesar
"Money!" the big man cried. "How much money would it take to get me repaired?"
"But it's not a matter of money—"
"Don't give me that!" Monk put his jacket on with a violent motion.
The physician shrugged. "Money doesn't buy health."
"Doesn't it?" The patient gave an abrupt laugh.

XIX: ‘The Happy Unfortunate’ by Robert Silverberg
'Healthy little ape'—those were the words he used. He told my grandmother I'd get bigger and bigger, that no amount of surgery could make me small and handsome, that I was fit only for space and didn't belong in Yawk. So I left for space the next morning.

--Summary by The Reader
28 Dec, 2023 - 37:40

Dec 27, 2023

Unveiling Secrets: A Journey into "That Affair Next Door" by Anna Katharine Green

Our latest audiobook series awaits!


Mystery and intrigue have always captivated readers, and one classic piece that stands the test of time is "That Affair Next Door" by Anna Katharine Green. Published in 1897, this novel takes us on a thrilling journey through the world of crime and investigation, offering a glimpse into the societal norms and expectations of the late 19th century. As we delve into the pages of this gripping tale, we uncover the secrets that lie behind closed doors and explore the brilliant mind of a pioneering female detective.

Anna Katharine Green: A Trailblazer in Mystery Writing:

Before diving into the intricacies of "That Affair Next Door," it's essential to recognize the author, Anna Katharine Green, as a trailblazer in the mystery genre. Born in 1846, Green was one of the first American writers to venture into detective fiction. Her works laid the foundation for future generations of mystery writers, and her skilful storytelling paved the way for iconic characters and thrilling narratives.

"That Affair Next Door": Unraveling the Plot:

The novel opens with the discovery of a murder that takes place in a quiet neighborhood. The protagonist, Miss Amelia Butterworth, is not a detective by profession but a keen observer and amateur sleuth. Green's choice of an unconventional detective adds a unique flavor to the story. Miss Butterworth's sharp intellect and astute observations lead her to become entangled in the investigation of the mysterious affair next door.

Green skillfully weaves a complex plot, introducing a range of characters with motives and secrets of their own. As Miss Butterworth delves deeper into the case, she navigates through the intricacies of 19th-century society, uncovering scandalous affairs, hidden motives, and societal expectations that serve as a backdrop to the murder mystery.

Themes and Social Commentary:

"That Affair Next Door" not only serves as a riveting mystery but also offers a glimpse into the social norms and expectations of the late 1800s. Green uses her narrative to comment on the roles and constraints imposed on women during that era. Miss Butterworth's character challenges the conventional expectations placed on women, portraying them as more than just passive observers.

The novel also explores themes of deception, betrayal, and the façades people put on to maintain societal standing. As the layers of secrecy are peeled away, readers are confronted with the harsh realities that lie beneath the polished veneer of high society.

Legacy and Influence:

Anna Katharine Green's "That Affair Next Door" has left an indelible mark on the mystery genre. Her innovative approach to storytelling and the creation of a strong, independent female detective paved the way for future writers like Agatha Christie and Dorothy L. Sayers. The novel remains a testament to Green's ability to craft compelling mysteries that transcend time.


"That Affair Next Door" is a timeless masterpiece that continues to captivate readers with its intricate plot, well-drawn characters, and social commentary. Anna Katharine Green's contribution to the mystery genre is undeniable, and her legacy lives on through the pages of this classic work. As we immerse ourselves in the world of Miss Amelia Butterworth, we are reminded of the enduring allure of a well-crafted mystery that transcends the boundaries of time and societal norms.