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Conversations #5: Graphic Novels!
For our latest Conversations episode, we are chatted about graphic novels: when we started getting into them, what we've read (and loved!) so far and more. If you want to hear us freak out, like literally freak out, stay tuned til the end! Thanks for listening! For more bookish things, check us out on: www.instagram.com/thelibrarianssuggest/ twitter.com/libssuggest www.goodreads.com/thelibrarianssuggest See you in the stacks!
Episode #14: "The Merry Spinster: Tales of Everyday Horror" by Daniel Mallory Ortberg
So we'll be honest, this episode kinda got away from us and we ended up talking about ALL the stories. But they're so good! The Merry Spinster: Tales of Everyday Horror by Daniel Mallory Ortberg is full of wondrous stories that take a dark (and relevant) spin on your favorite folklore and fairytales. It was a perfect read for Short Story Month! If you want to read along with us, our June pick is "Goodbye, Vitamin" by Rachel Khong. Find us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Litsy, Goodreads...
Episode #13: "Pond" by Claire-Louise Bennett
This book was a doozy! This book is about a woman who lives alone and we gotta say, it left us kinda stumped. Not to say that we didn't enjoy it but it's a little bit of a head-scratcher. Find us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Litsy, Goodreads and check out our blog at thelibrarianssuggest.com for more of our bookish thoughts. See you in the stacks!
Episode #12: "Sula"
This was the first Toni Morrison book for all three of us! Listen in as we discuss the book, our thoughts on female friendships and some things that made us happy recently. We're looking forward to reading more by Toni Morrison! Which books have you read by her? Find us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Litsy, Goodreads and check out our blog at thelibrarianssuggest.blogspot.com for more of our bookish thoughts. See you in the stacks!
Conversations #3: 2017 Recap & 2018 Goals
Things happened and we didn't get this episode up as soon as we liked but better late than never! Check out our third Conversations episode as we list off our favorite reads of 2017 and talk about our reading goals for 2018! What are your reading goals for 2018? See you in the stacks!
Episode 10: "3 Strange Tales"
This is technically Episode 11 but the actual Episode 10 where we discussed Kate Chopin's "The Awakening" got lost in the digital world. But hooray! This one worked! This episode we're discussing "3 Strange Tales" (which actually has 4) by Ryunosuke Akutagawa. Check it out for our thoughts on the stories, which ones were our favorites as well as the many tangents we wound up discussing and then find out what we'll our February pick is! Find us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Litsy,...
Ep. 9: "Go Ask Alice"
We hope you all had a nice Thanksgiving! (At least, for our American listeners) Check out Episode 9 with our not so favorable review of "Go Ask Alice" as we discover that the book isn't what we thought it would be or remembered it as. But you can bet that we have some better recommendations to offer up instead! Follow us on Instagram and Litsy @thelibrarianssuggest, and on Twitter @libssuggest for book recommendations and more! You can check out our blog for more goodies too:...
Ep. 7: "The Ocean at the End of the Lane"
Major spoilers in Episode 7! This is just one of Jade's & Gina's favorites and Sarah's first time reading it and we just couldn't contain ourselves. If you haven't read "The Ocean at the End of the Lane" by Neil Gaiman yet, just do it already. You'll thank us later. Then listen to this episode! Trust us, you'll finish it in like 4 hours. It's just that good. Follow us on Instagram @thelibrarianssuggest and on Twitter @libssuggest for book recommendations and more! You can check out our...
Conversations #1: True Crime Podcasts
Check out a new segment to the podcast - "Conversations." These episodes will feature discussions on things other than books (gasp!), ranging from movies to music to current issues and much more. (Who are we kidding, there will be other book discussions in these too.)Expect these to come out in the second week of the month. For the first episode, Sarah and Jade discuss and nerd out about their favorite and newly discovered true-crime podcasts. Interested in this type of podcasts? Then...
Ep. 4: "A Wrinkle in Time"
This is one of two episodes you'll get this month! Welcome to episode 4! We're discussing a beloved childhood classic that almost didn't come to be - A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle. You'll find quantum physics, celestial beings, growing pains and love all wrapped up in this magical book, so join us as we discuss the book and the author. For more reading, check out: http://the-toast.net/2014/11/12/a-wrinkle-in-time/ and our blog at http://thelibrarianssuggest.blogspot.com/. Find us...
Ep 2: "Eleven Hours"
For our second episode, we discuss Pamela Eren's "Eleven Hours." It's a book about two women, one a nurse, the other her patient and how they reconcile their own pasts over the next eleven hours while the patient gives birth. Listen for our review of the book! Find more content on our blog at http://thelibrarianssuggest.blogspot.com/. Find us on Instagram: @thelibrarianssuggest and on Twitter: @libssuggest See you in the stacks!