The Classic Tales Podcast
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All is revealed. Well, some of it, anyway. The lines start coming together fast, and many questions are answered. Mary Roberts Rinehart, today on The Classic Tales Podcast.

Welcome to The Classic Tales Podcast. Thank you for listening.

The Classic Tales Podcast is listener supported. Thank you so very much to all of you who have gone to www.classictalesaudiobooks.com and become financial supporters. There are several options to support the podcast, starting at $5 a month. Each of your offers of support comes with a monthly “thank-you” code. Use the codes for any audiobook download, and grow your library of classics. Everybody wins! And we get to keep the podcast going strong. Again, thank you so much.

Recently, I received an email from someone who just discovered our podcast and became a supporter. She wrote:

"I was so delighted to find your podcast. I really enjoy audio books, but purchasing new book recordings is prohibitively expensive. I tried Librivox, and I thought it was a very noble effort. But sadly, there appears to have been no quality control, and the majority of the narrations are just not pleasant listening.

The big surprise for me, though, was services like Audible. They have ‘professional’ readers, but which they often mean the actual writer or a ‘name’ actore. Sad to say, these skills do not necessarily carry over into narration. I’ve come to realize that narration is a skill unto itself and you are a master at it.

Thank you for providing this very reasonably priced way to receive high quality audio books."

Thank you, Janis, for you put into words exactly what I’m trying to do with The Classic Tales. I want to make the classics approachable and affordable. Here’s an example of how affordable it can be. Say you sign up to pay $5/month. Hopefully that amount is nominal enough that you won’t really feel it.

Well, in return, you get a thank-you code for $8/month. The codes last a year. You go on a road trip. You can go and get 3 audiobooks for a couple extra bucks. These same 3 books, if bought through Audible, would have cost you $45 if you used your Audible monthly credits. They cost you an extra 6 bucks, after 3 payments of $5 you likely didn’t even feel. The rest was already paid for.

This isn’t a hole in the system – this IS the system.

Set it up, don’t even worry about it, and when you need it, it’s there.

Of course, we also have our merchandise store, where you can order tshirts, hoodies, tote bags and other merchandise sporting your favorite Classic Tales covers.

And you can also check out our new innovation: The Hybrid Audiobook by clicking in the link in the show notes.

And thank you again for your generous support.

And now, The Circular Staircase, part 8of9, by Mary Roberts Rinehart.

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Category:Literature -- posted at: 12:30am MST