O.K. Audiobookophiles, make sure you are currently seated in a suitably sturdy seating situation because we here at Blun House have a genuinely sock-knocking exclusive reveal for you which you will want to be sitting down for. We have just secured the publishing rights to a project which we think is going to change the face of the whole audiobook landscape – possibly for years to come. But lets start at the beginning.
It all started when long standing stalwart of the talkthor scene Oliver Wallace met with the feisty and unconventional newcomer Ruthie Luff over a big slice of new “fringe theater”. In such a hot-bed of creative experimentation they inevitably fell to discussing some of the wilder ideas currently circulating in the more out there talkthor circles which totally fly in the face of stuffy orthodox ideas about the scope of the brand new media form of the audiobook. Right there and then they scratched up a hair-raising free-improv audiobook that in one fell swoop proves that the introduction of such avaunt-guard moves as “sound effect chapter titles” and “theme songs” can be handled with a deft, earthy elegance. There are even rumors that the audiobook isn’t even from one identifiable genre…
Now some of the traditionalists out there may have their gripes about the unconventional nature of this latest soon to be released offering but we here at Blun House have always been proud to stand at the forefront of the rolling wave of progress and proudly take a stand with game-changing talkthors willing to take a gamble on staying ahead of the curve. We believe that we have something really special on our hands here.
This project is as you can well imagine, a red hot piece of audiobook controversy and so for now we are keeping even the title a closely guarded secret but watch this space for more exclusive news about what promises to be the most controversial new release this year!
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Wow, audiobookophiles! just WOW! We at Blun House are incredibly proud to bring you something that we have been excited about for longer that we have been excited about anything before in all our thrilling experience of publishing high quality audiobook recordings!
With the roaring success of “Different Drinks” still raoring in their ears, successful success talkthors Theodora van der Beek and Oliver Wallace have sliced clean through the controversy surrounding one of the most anticipated self help audiobook sensations of the year to date and brought us an (audio)tome that (in their own words) “crosses the boundaries of self help, giving it a broader and more powerful relavence than anything previously conceptualised!”
We are of course, as you will have astutely gethered by now, talking about the long awaited…
“Prioritise (,) Right (,) Now” (affectionately know to us in the know as PRN 😉 )
Here at Blun House there has been an overwhelming feeling of burdens falling away, paths straightening, and the faint fog of postmodern dispair lifting from even our generally upbeat minds ever since we heard this powerful new take on, well, everything!
“Not just for the business elite” this recording is set to touch the hearts and minds of small and large people alike and with an infinite myriad of meanings packed even into it’s very title – if you know anyone at all this festive season then look no further for the perfect gift – the gift of the power to help your self!
We we wish each and every one of you a very whole, peaceful and freshly directional Festive Season!
We at Blun House are extremely excited that while our talented talkthors are slaving away over the hot stove of audiobook talkthorship, heated discussions that have been hotly raging over the upcoming audiobook recording “Prioritise (,) Right (,) Now” all over the new media – verse.
For this episode of the podcast we are bringing some of the new media fury straight to you hot off the press.
Fiery East Londoner and venue resident Elise (known simply as Elise) gives us her scorching opinions.
Intrigued by the isssues set to be tackled in PRN and especially by the talkthor’s concept of “now” she predicts that PRN will have a touching impact on “anyone who is willing to listen”…
Well don’t forget to join the debate and leave some comments, we are always excited to hear what you have to say, for example we have used a more “heavily edited” style in this episode of the podcast and we sould love to know what you all think of it…
We at Blun House Publishing (or BHP) can’t wait to start to begin bringing you all the hot latest top creme-de-la-creme of the brand new hot-off-the-press audio book productions from such “fly off the (mp3)shelves” talkthors as Theodora Van der Beek etc… and Oliver Wallace.