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  1. The word "erotica" got me curious!
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  2. I wonder which services that could be … Seriously, thank you for doing all that research.
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  3. Regarding the previous post: Note that Quinn is "an audio erotica series" for "age 18 or older." They state that it's "created by women" (some reviewers think it's primarily aimed at young women), so it's presumably more like a "romance novel" than hard-core porn. It used to be limited to the US, but that's apparently no longer the case. There's both an online platform and a mobile app. After a one-week free trial, they charge for the stories, varying amounts depending on whether you want a one-time listen or one of their assorted subscription deals. They state that they reserve the right to change their prices, BUT (unlike certain other online services!!!) "Any change will only become effective only after the expiration of your current Subscription period and after we provide you with notice of such change no fewer than fifteen (15) days before the end of the then-current Period." This information is from online sources. I have no personal experience with the service, so cannot actually endorse it.
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  4. I have to admit that this is the first I‘ve heard of Quinn (an app for audio stories I think) but Andrew Scott is going to read for them: ( https://twitter.com/tryquinn_/status/1790098863656939881 ) Moderator Comment: See next post for important additional info.
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  5. They all sell anything now!
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  6. https://corporate.uktv.co.uk/news/article/filming-begins-further-cast-confirmed-mark-gatiss-bookish-alibi/
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  7. I have just pre-ordered the DVD, woohoo!
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  8. Watched Andrew's new film All Of Us Stangerst on Disney+ It's such a sad movie, but good.
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  9. I can say only that they still have at least one NON-PAYING member left. *sigh* Memories . . . .
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  10. Just came across this: Sherlock star Mark Gatiss is writing and starring in a British TV drama about a bookshop owner who helps police solve crimes. Bookish will be a six-part series for UKTV crime drama network Alibi set in post-war London in 1946. Gatiss [....] is the creator. The series will follow Gabriel Book (Gatiss), an “erudite and unconventional” sleuth who cracks mysterious cases from his antiquated bookshop, using the thousands of books that line his shelves to provide him with the knowledge that he needs. Around him are a gathering of “loveable, damaged misfits who he informally protects, cajoles and mentors.” Sounds delightful! Only problem is, will it ever be available outside the UK?
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