Who doesn't love a good story? Our new weekly podcast series "Mardell Shares Stories" brings you eight different story podcasts read aloud in audio book fashion. From fairy tales to pirate adventures, you're sure to find something to please.
ASTOUNDING STORIES OF SPACE AND TIME
Classic science fiction and fantasy short stories
from your favorite authors.
LOVE’S TENDER FLAME
Complete novels for romantic hearts to thrill to!
Gentle romance stories from times past.
THE SAGEBRUSH TRAIL
Saddle up partner, for the best in classic western adventure stories, from the Pecos to the Yukon.
THE MARVELOUS LAND OF OZ
All 14 original L. Frank Baum Oz books you loved as a child, read aloud for you to rediscover and share with your own.
TALES OF WONDER
Children’s classic fairy tales . . .
sure to delight all ages! Timeless tales to hear again and again
THRILLING TALES OF ADVENTURE
Pirates, Lost Civilizations, Explorers, Hidden Treasure, and lots of swashbuckling adventure stories!
STORIES FROM THE SHADOWS
M. R. James, Oliver Onions and more, in these spooky stories from Gothic Tales of ghost and the supernatural.
THE LOCKED ROOM
Stories from the golden age of Mystery and Crime fiction, featuring famous detectives - written by famous authors.
The classic fairy tales in the collection,” The Sleeping Beauty and Other Fairy Tales” have been told and retold countless times to the delight of children and adults alike. Mardell shares this version by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch of "Cinderella" originally published in 1910 by reading aloud this timeless tale for all to enjoy. This video includes delightful art prints by various artist from days of old!
East Of The Sun and West Of The Moon
MARDELL voices an old Norse Folk Tale - "East Of The Sun and West Of The Moon" by reading aloud this story in her podcasts Tales Of Wonder and enhances the tale with beautiful art prints by Kay Nielsen (1886 - 1957) in this video presentation.
Jack And The Beanstalk
"Jack and the Beanstalk" is an English fairy tale. It appeared as "The Story of Jack Spriggins and the Enchanted Bean" in 1734 and as Benjamin Tabart's moralized "The History of Jack and the Bean-Stalk" in 1807.
Mardell presents this version accompanied by art prints from various illustrators who's art spans across several centuries of time.