There is a pause before the investigation starts as Elanore and Gurt wait for the local Kings Man Harper Pawson.
The Oaks Grove
The Oaks Grove Now Live and Complete on Podiobooks
It is great to see the final episodes up and live over at Podiobooks: http://www.podiobooks.com/title/the-oaks-grove/ 🙂
I will still be releasing them slowly over the coming weeks here as well.
You can also subscribe via ITunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-oaks-grove-a-free-audiobook/id469866434
The Oaks Grove Episode Seven
Elanore and Gurt start the investigation.
The Oaks Grove Episode Six
It’s going to be a quiet peaceful morning. That’s what everyone thought. Until the body was found…
The Oaks Grove Episode Five
Elanore and Gurt discuss the fall out from dinner, and then have a strained breakfast.
The Oaks Grove Episode Four
Elanore and Gurt sit down for a formal courtly dinner. The conversation has some unexpected turns.
The Oaks Grove Episode Three
High tea introduces the players in the coming drama to Elanore and Gurt.
The Oaks Grove Episode Two
Elanore and Gurt visit a bookseller before arriving at Oaks Grove. Elanore learns something about Gurt that he rather she hadn’t.
The Oaks Grove Episode One
The first episode of The Oaks Grove has been released and can be found here: The Oaks Grove Episode One
Elanore and Gurt are on their way for a quiet weekend at a country lodge, where Elanore is going to talk about philosophy.
The October Update
Having both of us been laid flat with a very bad cold things have not moved as quickly as I would have liked. Hopefully in the next few days Kylie’s voice will have recovered enough for me to lock her in the cupboard to record more episodes of The Oaks Grove. I will be able to do some much delayed promotional work, and also writing on the third story.
In the meantime you can subscribe to The Oaks Grove here on podiobooks and download the first five episodes. Or you may want to revisit the podcast of The Spiral Tattoo?
Or even better buy the ebook version of The Spiral Tattoo for either for your Kindle, or for other formats. What would be really great if you did would be if you left a nice review or rating on Goodreads or Librarything?