Hello Visitors!

Welcome to the Blog for the Tale Teller Project.

 

Here you will find all our amazing blog articles for all of the cool projects that we have here on our totally immersive and entertaining website.

Our blog will keep you informed about live shows, recorded events, films, podcasts and our online interactive games. 

Everyone can get involved here as the project is free but you can also subscribe so you will get all the news before anyone else.

Are you a writer of stories? We welcome guest writers too and you can combine all sorts of great material because our blog is literally 'all singing, all dancing.

 

We host music, moving images, YouTube videos and podcasts with thousands of amazing audiobooks.

What 

Think of the Tale Teller Club as a place where you can keep updated with cutting-edge methods of storytelling.

We have fully embraced new technologies and our podcast facility is second to none. 

We have thousands of podcast stories that are so easy to  listen to using our bespoke apps and we update new podcast news directly to the blog. You can use the site search at the top middle of each page and our search site tool will direct you to your favourite podcasts and blog posts.

Our Blog is divided into sections so you can easily access information about our cool projects.

We feature new artworks, video, film, TV and radio, and our incredible new blog story game Immersion, whish is a cross between a book and a game.

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Immersion: Interactive Role-Play Novel.

Immersion is a daily blog-style book series that is totally interactive. We can suspend belief in our readers with more than mere words.

Film and audio tracks bring you updates about our sci-fi adventures presented by our resident Tale Teller Robot called Vapor Punk.

And don't think Vapor Punk is for kids because he has a huge army of grown-up fans too.

Musicians.

Our blog also helps musicians who are learning to play cello, piano, violin, and guitar as well as anyone working with Logic Pro and Garageband.

Look out for any posts by Sarnia de la Maré FRSA, because those are from the music school with tips on all things classical, jazz, and modern.

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