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Hot and Bothered is all about the power of romance novels. In Season 4, Live from Pemberley, we’re taking a close look at the most famous Romance novel of all time: Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. Every episode, Vanessa Zoltan and Lauren Sandler will read through the book, talk with experts, and ask themselves the question 'is this still a story for our time?' Episodes release bi-weekly on Fridays. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
The Read More Read Well Podcast is meant to help and encourage women to develop and maintain a reading habit. It can be a challenge to make time to read in a world that never stops. Developing and maintaining the ability for deep reading isn’t something we can take for granted. Millions of Americans won’t read a single book this year. Don’t let yourself be one of them. Get in touch: info@wellreadmom.com On Instagram: @Well_Read_Mom On Facebook: www.Facebook.com/wellreadmom On Twitter: wellre ...
 
Gonzo, Bronze, Cara, and occasional guests present a reactionary reading of the first edition of the Book of Mormon devoid of a religious context. Join us weekly as we read and react to the text of this book that has been identified as a singular work: it's the only book all educated people know about but have not read.
 
Hi, I'm Ssanyu and this is the Book Junkie podcast, presented by Brown Kids Read! I made this for people who LOVE reading diverse YA literature, but also for those who don't enjoy reading much at all. My goal is to convince you to read more books! Through a variety of different episode formats, I, along with my friends and other teenagers who want to use their voice, will discuss themes, characters, plot, and most importantly, how the story connects to the real world. Hopefully, through our ...
 
Most people don’t have time to read the books they want to. Each week join Steph (@stephsbizbookshelf), a life-long bookworm, as she brings you the lessons from the best non-fiction books she’s read. Steph will share the ‘three big things’ the books taught her, favourite quotes and actions she’s implemented since reading the book. If you have an ever-growing pile of half-read books on your bedside table, this podcast is for you. Steph's Business Bookshelf; doing the reading so you don't have to.
 
Close Reads is a book-club podcast for the incurable reader. Featuring David Kern, Tim McIntosh and Heidi White, alongside a couple of other occasional guests, we read Great Books and talk about them. This is a show for amateurs in the best sense. We’re book lovers, book enthusiasts. This is not an experts show and it’s barely literary analysis in the way that literary analysis is commonly understood. Instead it’s a show about experiences with literary urge. Join us! closereads.substack.com
 
The iFanboy.com Comic Book Podcast is a weekly talk show all about the best new current comic book releases. Lifelong friends, Conor Kilpatrick and Josh Flanagan talk about what they loved and (sometimes) hated in the current weekly books, from publishers like Marvel, DC, Image Comics, Dark Horse Comics, BOOM! Studios, IDW, Aftershock, Valiant, and more. The aim is to have a fun time, some laughs, but to also really understand what makes comic books work and what doesn’t, and trying to under ...
 
Imagine if your Dad wrote a dirty book. Most people would try to ignore it and pretend it had never happened - but not Jamie Morton. Instead, he's decided to read it to the world in this award-winning comedy podcast. With the help of his friends, James Cooper and Alice Levine, Jamie will be reading a chapter each episode and discovering more about his father than he ever bargained for. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
“Teaching my cat to read” is a podcast about books, and all bookish related topics. During the lockdowns of 2020, we wanted to read more books, and discuss them with each other at our own virtual book club. Every time we had a call, we would be joined by our cat, as if she wanted to learn to read! This interruption would always result in hilarious bookish conversations, so we decided to document our chats with a podcast! Join us, as we navigate both classic and modern literature, discussing ...
 
Welcome to Read It With Whiskey, the place to be if you are a sci-fi or fantasy reader! This show will give you behind-the-scenes interviews with self-published sci-fi and fantasy authors, including character, plot, and setting inspiration stories. We also dive into reader tips and tricks, genre discussions, and, of course, we always talk a little bit about whiskey! Let's get to know the person behind the page; sit back, sip some whiskey, and lean into your book nerd self! Support this podca ...
 
What Should I Read Next? is the show for every reader who has ever finished a book and faced the problem of not knowing what to read next. Each week, Anne Bogel, of the blog Modern Mrs Darcy, interviews a reader about the books they love, the books they hate, and the books they're reading now. Then, she makes recommendations about what to read next. The real purpose of the show is to help YOU find your next read. To learn more or apply to be on the show visit whatshouldireadnextpodcast.com.
 
This is a podcast about a book called ghost boy. We will be interviewing people and asking then questions about the book. Just so you no it does have a lot of spoilers so if you have not read this book I would not recommend listening to it.
 
YOU NEED THIS PODCAST IN YOUR LIFE! In every show, I will take a book that has a lot to give and then dig deep into the best gems in an entertaining and fast-paced show. It's part book review, part variety show, and all fun! If you're big into books, love learning new things, and you're always looking for something to read, let this show take you where you want to go!
 
Why the f*** did we read this book? Join Denver comediennes/book nerds Jessica Austgen and Lauren Bahlman as they dive back into the required reading list to see which books are still awesome... and which scarred us for life. (Spoiler: The Outsiders is great and Tess of the D'Urbervilles can suck it.)
 
Read the Bible features devotional commentaries from D.A. Carson’s book For the Love of God (vol. 1) that follow the M’Cheyne Bible reading plan. This podcast is designed to be used alongside TGC's Read The Bible initiative (TGC.org/readthebible).
 
Hey Everyone! I am Courtney Ripoll-McBride! I am the host of Ripollsworkshop Reads. I love to read and now average a book a day. It has not always been this way though. I did not really start to read until around the third grade when I struggled my way through the first Harry Potter Book. After I got into that series it evolved and I now read all different types of books. We started this podcast to help share the love of reading and embrace YOUR escape through reading. We have some amazing a ...
 
Hi, I’m Kyle – the host of Star Wars Audio Archives. Have you ever found yourself asking, "How can I get more Star Wars? Is there more than just the movies? “Then you’re in the right place, my friend. Star Wars Books, Comics, and Short Stories give you exactly what you want. But who has the time in their busy lives to read a book? On this podcast, I will give them to you in an audio format. So, you can set back relax, and just listen. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/swaacast/support
 
----What should I read next?---- Book critic and longtime NPR commentator Marion Winik answers this question in four opinionated, book-loving minutes. With reviews of new releases and older titles you may have missed, it’s like having a new best friend with very good taste to guide you in your literary adventures. The Weekly Reader is produced by WYPR and hosted by Lisa Morgan.
 
Hosted by Charnaie Gordon, of the blog Here Wee Read, this podcast celebrates diverse and inclusive books for kids and adults. In addition to interviewing kid lit and adult writers and illustrators on occasion, you’ll be updated on the latest bookish headlines and hear 30-second book reviews. This podcast is especially good for parents, caregivers, homeschoolers, librarians, and teachers who have the desire to diversify their bookshelves.
 
Listen to the scripture passages we're studying in the curriculum of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The church will be studying the Old Testament in 2022, but we're going to spend the years 2021 and 2022 reading the Old Testament so we can read the whole thing. All readings are by Bradley Ross. This is not a commentary. We'll be reading from New English Translation (NET) with permission from netbible.org. Cover art courtesy Deseret Book
 
two besties cross state lines to create a monthly podcast ranting and raving about all the books they've read and can't stop thinking about. for all the #booktok lovers, this is for you. follow along on twitter, tiktok,and instagram @i10bookclub Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/i10bookclub/support
 
Each week, freelance writer and lifelong bookworm Alli Hoff Kosik will challenge a guest to reread a literary throwback or to experience for the first time ever a book they may have missed as a kid. After that, they'll be asked to spill all the feels and all the opinions about that book on the air for your podcast-listening pleasure. Every Tuesday, you can find us breaking down an old school read from our tween and teen days on a new episode of the show. We'll cover everything from The Baby- ...
 
A podcast where two snarky librarians read each other's book recommendations. Haven't read this episodes book? Don't worry Carly and Lisa will go over the plot, characters and themes so you have the context you need to understand our cleaver - and often flippant - observations. The librarians alternate between literary and horror titles every other Sunday.
 
Let's read The Book of Mormon! Reading The Book of Mormon for the first time can be confusing. This podcast will offer a guided tour of The Book of Mormon to help newcomers understand what they are reading. The Book of Mormon testifies of Jesus Christ and has blessed the lives of millions and millions of people. Find the truth of it yourself and read The Book of Mormon
 
You've re-read this book a thousand times. You've memorized every panel of this graphic novel. You know every line and lyric from this anime, TV series, or musical. Only one question remains: What would happen if it was made into a movie? Skye Thorleifson presents 'Adaptational', a discussion of every facet of the adaptation process. Each episode introduces a new story that has yet to be made into a film, and asks: What if it was given a chance on the big screen? Could it be adapted to film? ...
 
This is about ‘arts and letters,’ but for the kind of people who might hack a dart. We cover public intellectualism and the politics of academia from a left perspective. Each week, we interview thinkers about key debates that are relevant to the left. We discuss politics, culture, and intellectual history.
 
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We did it, folks! We hit our reading goals and now we get to kvetch about it….but we did it for so long that you are getting an extra episode in February, courtesy of Kenzie's recent birthday! Follow along on twitter, tiktok, and instagram @i10bookclub Personal instagrams: @mak.jpg, @timetravelingcowboy TikTok: @timetravelingcowboy https://www.redb…
 
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Today's guest has a superpower we've never heard before: she can smell a book and know whether it was published in the U.S. or the U.K.! London-based Claire Handscombe (she/her) spent a decade in Washington DC as a bookseller, a chapter she remembers fondly. These days, she's as much a book-lover as ever, but she's struggling with a common challeng…
 
On this week's Tuesday episode, we are celebrating Black History Month a day early by discussing a comedic, fantasy book where the main character saves a demon despite being a little drunk. Join Yajaira and Cheli as they drink and discuss this story. follow us on Tiktok! ♡ https://www.tiktok.com/@thebookfix…
 
This week on Two Idiots Reading Comics, Saga Vol 9! We also talk about our favorite things from 2022! It's so nice to be back in the world of Saga! Does Saga hit the same as the first run? Find out on this week on Two Idiots Reading Comics! Intro music by Rinne on YouTube (Prod. Rinne). Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review! Check us out on Y…
 
It’s been nearly four years since our episode about The Face on the Milk Carton… but we’re finally ready to jump into the next chapter of Janie Johnson’s story! Episode 229 focuses on the second book in Caroline B. Cooney’s beloved series, Whatever Happened to Janie? Conversation topics range from sibling rivalry and victim blaming to the evolution…
 
Almost everything in Romans 3:21–26 is disputed. There is no space for justifying a particular exegesis. But in my view, these are some of the more important conclusions to be drawn: (1) “But now” (Rom. 3:21): the expression is temporal, not merely logical. Paul has devoted Romans 1:18–3:20 to demonstrating that all of the human race, Jews and Gent…
 
The Dave Buxton Podcast Episode 19 Hello, Where am I with the new book's writing journey? Writers offcuts. Writer's block Book idea/character people who always take the quickest and easiest path in life Second person who never finishes anything Story/book review Sailing to freedom by Voldemar Veedam and Carl B Wall Email me your questions/jokes dav…
 
It’s that time, when we’ve come to end of another episode and we turn to your questions about it. This time we’re contemplating topics from Persuasion such as Wentworth’s affection for Anne, Lady Russell’s role in the book, Mrs. Smith’s virtue (or lack thereof?), wine and cheese pairings, fan-fiction, Mr. Elliot the villain, and so much more. Thank…
 
A few weeks ago here on the podcast, I teased six books you should make it a priority to read in 2023, all of which are set to release within the first six months of the year. I also mentioned that I hoped to successfully invite each of these authors on to talk about their […] The post 460: Find Focus and Fight Distraction with Dr. Gloria Mark firs…
 
Thank you so much for tuning in with Read It With Whiskey! In this episode, Laura interviews J.M. Williams, the author of Call of the Guardian, a high fantasy, Of Metal and Magic Core Story. In this interview, J.M. and Laura talk about the creation of Of Metal and Magic Publishing. He tells us about the shared world within OMAM and how it was creat…
 
It's Paris's birthday today so Chris gave her the gift of skipping this episode! Instead, Mary Parker is here with Chris to discuss their experience reading this novelization of the popular 80s Spielberg film. Even though this book is supposed to be based on Melissa Mathison's screenplay, Kotzwinkle really took some wild "I'm-a-dude-in-the-80s" lib…
 
Henry Kissinger once said “the reason that university politics is so vicious is because the stakes are so small.” Was he right? We investigate. Our case study is one of the most politically-engaged campuses in Canada: Concordia University, in Montreal, QC. This marks the twentieth anniversary of their tumultuous 2002/03 year. School started with a …
 
Episode 125: This week we’re continuing with Post-Scarcity Anarchism by Murray Bookchin. You can find the book here: https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/murray-bookchin-post-scarcity-anarchism-book [Part 1 - 4] Post-Scarcity Anarchism Ecology and Revolutionary Thought [Part 5 - This Week] Towards a Liberatory Technology - 0:13 -Technology and F…
 
So Haman is hanged (Esther 7). The details of how this point in the narrative is reached simultaneously attest to the providential hand of God and the narrative skills of the author of this little book. Esther’s second garden party leaves Haman completely exposed and utterly defenseless. A few minutes later he falls over himself on Esther’s couch, …
 
Hello fellow ink drinkers! Today Belle and I are engaging in our first "book battle" where we discuss the merits of two books. Today we are discussing "The Book Thief" and "I Am the Messenger" by Markus Zusak. SPOILERS for both books. Email us at blindgirlsbookblog@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram @blindgirlsbooks Check out "A Tale of Two Beasts" o…
 
We learn the difference between canny and uncanny. We celebrate an actor who can write a hell of a comic book script, and most of the time, we're thinking about tacos, even if we're not saying it. This week's book reviews are sandwiched by "Vs." books. Note: Time codes are subject to change depending on dynamic ad insertion by the distributor. Runn…
 
This episode follows the weekly "Come, Follow Me" study curriculum of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This is not a commentary, just the scripture passages for this week's reading. This reading is by Bradley Ross. You can find the study questions online here: https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/manual/come-follow-me-for-indiv…
 
That night, the king could not sleep (Esther 6:1). What a great dramatic line! Are we supposed to think this is an accident? Both the Bible and history offer countless “coincidences” brought about in the providence of God, the significance of which is discerned only in hindsight. Even in this chapter, Haman chooses this particular morning to presen…
 
Three observations that spring from Esther 5: First, the pace of the story prompts a cultural observation. There is much in our culture that demands instantaneous decision. That is as true in the ecclesiastical arena as in the political. We observe what we judge to be an injustice and immediately we get on the phone, fire off E-mails, or huddle in …
 
The Dave Buxton Podcast Episode 18 Hello, Where am I with the new book's writing journey? Asked about my daily weekly writing schedule? Book idea / character Premis would you know if you was in a dream if you was in a comma? Idea to write two books with the same story from two peoples perspectives Story/book review Email me your questions/jokes dav…
 
On episode 6, we dive into our thoughts on I'm Glad my Mom Died by American Author, Jennette McCurdy. Before you take a listing to our thoughts, which we have a lot of them, know that there may be some triggering things brought up including eating disorders, mental, emotional & physical abuse, a narcissistic parent, and alcoholism. While we both ra…
 
Episode 274"Questland" by Carrie Vaughn, Chapter 19Implementing Torres' plan, and a trap gets sprung. Anita is starting to feel a parasocial relationship to Addie, while Scott hypothesizes about why Addie was asking if the design team had done their homework.The Read-Along is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network (albertapodcastnetwork.com)…
 
Elizabeth and the Gardiners arrive at Pemberley House in Chapter 43 of Pride and Prejudice. Vanessa and Lauren discuss the picture of benevolent aristocracy painted by Darcy's housekeeper, Mrs. Reynolds. They also discuss Elizabeth’s reaction to Pemberley and to seeing Darcy again. Darrick Borowski joins us at the end of the episode to discuss the …
 
For narrative simplicity and power, the book of Esther readily captures the imagination. Though by now we are three chapters into it, we can pick up something of both its flavor and its message by reflecting on selected elements of Esther 4. (1) The book makes its profound theological points by the shape of its restrained narrative. Commentators ne…
 
Thanks to our awesome Patrons, we're proud to present another episode of Mediasplode! Running Time: 01:03:41 This month, Josh Flanagan and Conor Kilpatrick are joined by their original Pick of the Week co-host Ron Richards to discuss... Television: 00:02:09 - Andor 00:09:49 - Cobra Kai 00:16:04 - Slow Horses 00:20:21 - The White Lotus 00:22:20 - Ka…
 
Mark Anthony Powers grew up in the small town of West Lebanon, NH. At Cornell University, he branched out into Russian and Creative Writing while majoring in engineering. After receiving his MD from Dartmouth, he went south to the University of North Carolina for an internship and residency in Internal Medicine, followed by a fellowship in Pulmonar…
 
On this week's Thursday episode, Yajaira and Cheli conclude their reads with the arranged marriage trope for the month by discussing the sequel to King of Battle and Blood, Queen of Myth and Monster! Join the best friends as they discuss whether or not the sequel lived up to their expectations! follow us on Tiktok! ♡ https://www.tiktok.com/@thebook…
 
On this week’s episode of The Waves, Slate senior producer Cheyna Roth is joined by author and Slate editor Dan Kois to talk about men writing women. Dan’s new book, Vintage Contemporaries, is the coming of age story of Em and the two women who had a meaningful impact on her life. Dan and Cheyna talk about how Dan wrote true to life female characte…
 
In Acts 26, Luke provides the third account in this book of Paul’s conversion (compare Acts 9 and Acts 22). Each has a different aim, of course. Here Paul is defending himself before the Roman Governor Porcius Festus and Herod Agrippa II of Galilee. Important highlights include the following: (1) As in earlier defenses, Paul stresses his continuity…
 
S3E83 To celebrate Burns Night, Ash talks about Robert Burns' Now Westlin Winds, a song written at the very start of the Bard's career. Tune in for a discussion of the circumstances that inspired the song, and the long and fruitful afterlife it has had in the repertoire of folk-singers from Burns' day to our own. If you enjoy my work and would like…
 
The change in governor from Felix to Porcius Festus (Acts 24:27) brings no immediate improvement in Paul’s condition. Yet God remains in control, and in this chapter, Acts 25, under God’s providence Paul takes a decisive step. How was this brought about? (1) New to the area and still relatively ignorant of its political and religious dynamics, Fest…
 
The Dave Buxton Podcast Episode 17 Hello, Where am I with the new book's writing journey? Book idea / character If they put a chip into your pet which gave them the ability to talk to you, would you like them more or less? Imagine if they became critical of things you do??? Charater, guy who looses wife and brings his family up on military lines in…
 
Sarah speaks with Mark Chesnut about his memoir Prepare For Departure: "At an early age, award-winning travel writer, Mark Chesnut, learned to dodge discomfort by jumping on the nearest plane, bus or car. That tactic proved especially useful when his single mother made it clear that there was no room for discussion about his gay identity. Mark, ove…
 
In this episode, we continue reading The Book of Mormon together! We pick up in 1st Nephi Chapter 12. Get your Book of Mormon! If you don't have one yet, click HERE to request one for FREE. Or if you prefer, you can read the Book of Mormon along with us by reading 1st Nephi Chapter 12 on the website. Click here to read the Book of Mormon online. Gr…
 
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