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Host Lisa Von Drasek and guests review books from various genres: including children’s literature, cookbooks, science, mysteries, and popular literature. This audio podcast also includes episodes from the video podcast, Read This Book!, also hosted by Lisa Von Drasek.
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Welcome to Novel Pairings, a podcast dedicated to making the classics readable, relevant, and fun. As two nerdy bookworms, we appreciate the role of classic lit, but we but we won’t get too academic about it. We’ll talk about the books we love and the books we loath, and help stock your TBR pile with old and new reads for every literary taste.
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Who in the world is Rella B? I'm a children's youtuber, author, designer, and now podcast host! I hope that you will come along for the ride! 🎙️ What to Expect on My Podcast: Riddles & Interactive exercises 📖 Interactive Read-Alouds ✨ Fun Author Q&A Get ready for weekly doses of laughter and giggles, every week! Hit that follow button to stay in the loop and join in the fun! If you have any feedback for the episodes or would like to be able to have a more visual experience I do have a read-a ...
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SEO is continuing to change at an alarming pace. And yet, in some sense, the principles of good SEO remain the same. Hello, and welcome to SEO in 2024 – a significant repository of current thinking from many of the world’s leading SEOs. We're pleased to be able to welcome you to the third book and third series in this podcast, now well and truly an annual tradition, brought to you by Majestic. “This is the most actionable book in SEO! A must-read to go through the top tips for the year.” ALE ...
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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.
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Booktrovert Reader Podcast

Charity the Booktrovert Reader

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Hello readers, welcome to the Booktrovert Reader Podcast, your ultimate destination book podcasts for all things fantasy books! I help readers discover new fantasy books by one discussion at a time. In each episode, I discuss and invite guests to analyze popular fantasy books, do book readalongs, interview authors, and have plenty of book discussions. Whether you're a longtime fan or new to the world of fantasy, this podcast is your guide to discovering new fantasy books. Don't miss out on t ...
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Books Unbound

Ariel Bissett & Raeleen Lemay

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Unbinding books to get to their hearts! Ariel Bissett and Raeleen Lemay discuss the books they've read, the books they've bought, and recommend books to listeners every week!
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Book Gang

Amy Allen Clark

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Are you looking for your next book recommendation? This book podcast celebrates debuts, backlist, and under-the-radar book selections. Expand your book stack with these recommendations and look at the book industry behind the scenes with Amy Allen Clark (MomAdvice.com). She shares the microphone with her favorite writers and bookstagrammers to help you have your best reading year ever.
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Our Opinions Are Correct

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Explore the meaning of science fiction, and how it's relevant to real-life science and society. Your hosts are Annalee Newitz, a science journalist who writes science fiction, and Charlie Jane Anders, a science fiction writer who is obsessed with science. Every two weeks, we take deep dives into science fiction books, movies, television, and comics that will expand your mind -- and maybe change your life
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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
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Plot Peek

McKenzie & Miranda

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This is a podcast for the book lovers who want to stay in the know on all the drama but don’t have time to read it all. This is a book club whether you’re a super reader or just want to be a part of the club without the extra work! Drama, tea, action and all the smut in one place. Have a laugh with us, and buckle in, because you are in for a wild ride.
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Ever read a children's book and thought to yourself, "What the hell did I just read?". Then this podcast is just for you! Skip the reading and let David comedically summarize and review some of your favorite and some of your not so favorite children's books.
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Lovers Book Club

Natalie & Connor

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We are Natalie & Connor, a husband-and-wife duo that read, chat about, and review romance novels in this monthly book club podcast. New book club episodes will be released on the 1st of every month.
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Read The Bible

The Gospel Coalition

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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).
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Nerdette

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Nerdette is a weekly interview show that helps you unwind with fun conversations, inspiring ideas, and delightful recommendations. And join us every month for the Nerdette Book Club!
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Medium Lady Reads

Jillian O'Keefe and Erin Vandeven

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Medium Lady Reads is a podcast about reading as self-care, a passionate love for the public library, and plenty of thoughts and opinions about book culture having its moment.
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Whether you're a big juicy book worm or you want to include more reading into your life, the podcast book club is the place. Read the book club selections then join Jessie Stephens and a host of her Mamamia guests as they dive between the pages of some brilliant, (and not so brilliant) reads. Should you recommend it to a friend or forget it ever happened? Listen in as we debate the works.
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Complete audio recording of The Book of Mormon, read by me, Aaron Lovell. This podcast will never be monetized. Contact me directly at bookofmormonaudiopod@gmail.com I welcome your feedback and hope you'll share your own feelings or experiences reading The Book of Mormon, or even of listening to this recording. "...if there are faults they are the mistakes of men." (Title Page, Book of Mormon) Also available on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3GWBATQ
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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 ...
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There is always one more book that is waiting to be read!My name is Florence Oriwo and am a certified book & wine lover. But in this Podcast, we are going to focus only on Books.Join me, listen to me, share with me...
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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.
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Listen to the scripture passages we're studying this year in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. That's the Book of Mormon in 2024. All readings are by Bradley Ross. This is not a commentary. A speech modification tool from elevenlabs.io was used to alter the sound for different speakers in the text. Cover art courtesy Deseret Book
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Come Read with Me is back! This season, instead of staying in one book like previous seasons, we'll be going through key events in the Old Testament including creation, the flight from Egypt, King David and the prophets. Come and join London based vicar Rev Chris and founder and director of Burning Heart David Ingall as they read and discuss the Bible together. Episodes drop every Wednesday. To support the podcast and other ministry, please head to https://www.burningheart.org/comereadwithme ...
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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.)
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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://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/ ...
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Ripollsworkshop Reads

Courtney Ripoll-McBride

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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 ...
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Mean Book Club the Podcast: Four ladies (UCB-NY, BuzzFeed, College Humor, Impractical Jokers) read, discuss & make fun of NYT bestselling books with little literary merit. It's fun. It's cathartic. It's perfect for your commute? New podcast every Tuesday! Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/mean-book-club--3199521/support.
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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 ...
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The Organic Guy Podcast is all about empowering you with the latest information, trends and developments within the organic movement by presenting you with thought provoking conversations. Brace yourself to hear from various personalities within the organic movement to help you gain better insights, perspectives and understanding of what organic is all about. So be sure to subscribe to this podcast and give it a five star rating as i invite you to join me on this journey of living an organic ...
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Becca Howell and Victoria Aslanides

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Enthusiastic conversations about books with friends! Hosts Becca and Victoria ask their very cool guests to recommend any book or written work that they want to talk about, we then read and talk about it. Pretty simple right?
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This is a show where my sister Belle and I talk about different bookish content. Topics include recent read talks, book to movie comparisons, bad retellings of classic stories, and more. New episode releases every other Sunday!
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Welcome to The Readheads Book Club, your new favorite book club and podcast! Hosted by The Morning Toast’s Jackie Oshry, and co-hosted by some of her best friends, each month they'll choose a new book to read, dissect, and chat about here on The Readheads Book Club.
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Lita and Tiffany, two long time best friends who love books and discussing them at length, invite you to join their virtual book club. Need a Bookmate? Read with us! 📖 SPOILER ALERT: This podcast discusses details of all books selected and is intended for an 18+ adult audience that is familiar with each books attributes. No subject matter is off limits (language, sex, opinions, triggers, ect).
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Heaving Bosoms

Heaving Bosoms Productions

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Melody Carlisle and Sabrina Bradley love romance and they do it out loud! Every Monday, these long-distance best friends recap romance novels from a comedic, intersectional feminist, sex-positive perspective. If you're itching for a BFF book club or just love raucous slumber party vibes, this is the show for you! Whether you've read the book or not, all are welcome! Giggling, tangents, and sincere joy abound.
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Booking Back

Penn & Friends

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Do you long for those schoolyard days where you had all the time in the world to finish a good book? This podcast revisits the books that gave us happiness as children and maybe even later as adults!
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CraftLit is—Annotated Audiobooks for Busy People Love the classics (or wish you did) *** No time to pick up a book? Not any more! *** This weekly annotated audiobook podcast presents curated classic literature in a serialized format. The host—Heather Ordover—"teaches to the joke" by filling in any relevant tidbits before listening to the next chapter of the book. *** Callers regularly send in voicemail comments for play on the air to keep the "book club" vibe going. *** The podcast has been ...
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SHE WELL READ

Alana and Samra

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SHE WELL READ is a book club podcast that advocates for all types of readers. Whether you read all the time, read every now and then, or are just trying to get back into reading - this show is for you! Each season, our community comes together to vote on the book we’d like to cover. Hosts / best friends, Alana and Samra, then dissect the book alongside our community of Well-Read Baddies and discuss how the topics relate to our lives. SWR releases episodes every Wednesday while in-season and ...
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If you enjoy our commercial-free podcast, please consider supporting us on Patreon! Your membership will give you access to our exclusive Audiobook Guide and bonus episodes, including Even More Summer Bonanza. Plus, invites to monthly events like Mood Reader Happy Hour and Bookstore Browsing, and a private Facebook group and Discord server where yo…
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This week, we ask voracious reader Liberty Hardy to rave about the best books coming out this summer. Liberty is the host of the Book Riot podcast ‘All the Books!’ She and Greta trade their top picks. Here are the titles in the order that they’re mentioned in the episode: ‘Fire Exit’ by Morgan Talty (6/3) ‘The Ministry of Time’ by Kaliane Bradley (…
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Erin McBrien and Lisa Von Drasek discuss “First Words” by Joyce Sutphen in this episode of Read This Book from the University of Minnesota Libraries. About Lisa Von Drasek and Erin McBrien Lisa Von Drasek is the Curator of the Children’s Literature Research Collections at the University of Minnesota Libraries. Erin McBrien is Interim Curator of the…
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Author Bio David Rothman teaches writing for the City University of New York. A novella, The Lower East Side Tenement Reclamation Association, won the Omnidawn 2018 fabulist fiction prize and was published in 2020. A short story, “Guided by Voices” won a fiction prize with Glimmer Train. Other short stories were published in such journals as Hybrid…
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We’re obsessed with dragons, and for good reason. These gigantic creatures soar through many cultures and genres — and they feel more relevant than ever today. We talk to author Moniquill Blackgoose about why, and discuss her Nebula-award winning novel To Shape A Dragon’s Breath. Then we have a completely non-awkward conversation about dragons and …
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The prophecy of the coming of a prophet like Moses (Deut. 18:15-18) must first of all be understood within its own context. Four observations bring this passage to sharp focus. First, the preceding verses (Deut. 18:9-13) condemn the religious practices of the nations the Israelites are displacing, especially those religious practices used for guida…
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Message Rella B Here! Welcome to Reading with Rella B! This episode features a sample reading of the early reader chapter book: I'm Going to Have a Sister by Laura Diebelius. Join Lottie as she eagerly awaits her new baby sister, dreaming of playdates, pool parties, and muddy puddle adventures. But when the baby arrives, Lottie's expectations are s…
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David and Josh discuss the impact of updating your information on Wikipedia/Wikidata. Talking points include: What is Wikidata for the uninitiated? How does Wikipedia and Wikidata impact search results? How does the new AI world use Wikipedia and Wikidata? What information do you need to update to take advantage of this? Should you update your Wiki…
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Moses envisages a time when the Israelite nation will choose a king (Deut. 17:14-20). He could not know that centuries later, when the Israelites would first ask for a king, they would do so for all the wrong motives — primarily so that they could be like the pagan nations around them. The result was Saul. But that is another story. If the people a…
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Hey well read baddies! On today's episode, we're diving into the introduction of of Black Girl IRL. Join us as we discuss the importance of celebrating our everyday, non-glamorous lives as Black women. We also dish on social media authenticity, some juicy celebrity drama, and Lana even shares her experience at the Megan Thee Stallion concert. It's …
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Who is Joshua in the Old Testament? How do Christians reconcile faith and works? How can we remember God’s faithfulness? This week, Chris and David dive into the book of Joshua, reading through chapters 1, 2, 3, and 6. The discuss Joshua coming into leadership, the faithfulness of Rahab and the eventual fall of Jericho. Grab your Bibles and come re…
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Carina Ho is dancer and musician who performs under the moniker ONIKHO. Having trained in dance and music since childhood, Carina joined AXIS Dance Company, a physically integrated dance company that casts dancers with and without disabilities, shortly after sustaining a spinal cord injury. Over the next two years she toured the United States with …
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Our OG recommender Allesandra told us about Eleanor Oliphant so we knew we had to give it a read! The thing is.... Johnna, a host of this cast, ALSO told the other ladies about Eleanor Oliphant. Like 8 times. Actually she's been begging them to read it for years because it's one of her favorite reads! The MBC ladies are a HOUSE DIVIDED between love…
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In today's recap episode, we discuss Book One of The Custom of the Country (that's chapters 1-10 if your book is not divided into books). This episode includes detailed discussion of the plot and characters introduced in this first section of the novel, so spoilers abound. We discuss our initial impressions of the unforgettable character that is Un…
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Today’s episode is a special one! Twice a year, we choose a big bucket list classic to read together as a community. For every big book we read, Chelsey and Sara dust off their English teacher skills to break down plot, themes, style, and more in recurring recap podcast episodes. We have our Big Book Summer Read Along of Victor Hugo’s Les Misérable…
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Tina and Hannah are back with some thoughtful takes on recent reads in episode 154 of Book Talk, Etc. Get ready for a lively discussion as Tina pairs a hot new release with a beloved gem from the backlist and Hannah wrestles with her complicated feelings about a new thriller. **If you enjoy our commercial-free podcast, please consider supporting us…
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Author Bio Tiara J. Brown grew up in a small town in Northeast Ohio and attended Ohio University. She has been writing stories ever since she was twelve-years-old. However, The Tales of Alexandria Stecklar: The Locket is her first published novel. Connect with Tiara Instagram Amazon Website Timestamps 00:15 Introduction 00:39 What is your book abou…
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It is difficult to imagine a lovelier psalm than Psalm 103. When our children were growing up, the price they “paid” for their first leather-bound Bibles was memorizing Psalm 103. Across the centuries, countless believers have turned to these lines to find their spirits lifted, a renewed commitment to praise and gratitude, and incentive to prayer, …
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What’s your favorite book from the 1860s? Something by Tolstoy or Dostoevsky? Dickens or Alcott? This week on Close Reads we’re drafting books from this very important decade in several categories—and you’ll get the final say on whose “roster” of titles is best. So click play and get ready to vote (poll coming soon). Happy listening! This is a publ…
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Raeleen has to read in the dark, Ariel goes to bookshops in Toronto, and both of us finish some more mashed potato reads! Links mentioned: Pre-order our new peach hat!: https://store.dftba.com/collections/books-unbound/products/books-ballcap The Mashed Potato Pin: https://store.dftba.com/collections/books-unbound/products/mashed-potato-enamel-pin G…
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Recommended Books Broken Bayou by Jennifer Moorhead Dad, I Want to Hear Your Story: A Father’s Guided Journal To Share His Life & His Love by Jeffrey Mason Tuesday Author Interview The Tales of Alexandria Stecklar: The Locket by Tiara J. Brown Thursday Author Interview Lelya Dorche and the Coney Island Cure by David Rothman Published Short Story Br…
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Hey HBs! We're here with a contemporary sapphic romance! It's a fake relationship extravaganza with a buttoned-up couple's counselor and a cool, alt actor. CW: Mel got really triggered by this book, so look out for discussions of disordered eating, diet culture, rampant fatphobia, and more. Bonus Content: Mel cut her own hair!, where is all the rol…
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David and Sarah discuss how change and challenges are inevitable in SEO, and what to do about this. Talking points include: How often is it changing? How often do rankings change? What trends do we need to look for? Should we bother with chasing algorithms? What is Google changing about the SERP? What do we do when Google takes something away? AI –…
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One of the striking features of many passages in Deuteronomy that describe what life should be like once the people enter the Promised Land is a tension between what is held out as the ideal and what will in fact prove the reality. Thus, on the one hand, the people are told that “there should be no poor among you, for in the land the LORD your God …
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The stakes are higher than ever as old alliances face new challenges. Witness the strength and resilience of relationships forged in both darkness and light. Every bond is put to the test, revealing true loyalty. Did you enjoy the latest episode of our podcast? If you like it, please give us a five-star rating. It really helps us out a lot. Share t…
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Send Us Your Love (or Hate :)) Hi Peekers! This week, we are continuing the series by Sarah J. Mass, the Throne of Glass series! We will be continuing the THIRD book in the series, Crown of Midnight. Join us while we talk about Chaol (do we love him or hate him), Nehemia (is she evil?) and Celaena's biggest plot twist's yet. Also if you join in on …
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This week saw a high profile story end and several new stories begin, but really the biggest excitement came around having to say “Arashikage” out loud for the first time ever. Plus, Gary? Who’s Gary? Note: Time codes are subject to change depending on dynamic ad insertion by the distributor. Running Time: 00:56:30 Pick of the Week: 00:01:55 – Scar…
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The chapters in this week's podcast are read for you by Bradley Ross, but edits have been made using an AI voice changer, elevenlabs.io, to help differentiate each speaker in the text. The text of the Book of Mormon is from the 1920 edition as republished by Grant Hardy. It differs only slightly from the edition currently in print from the Church o…
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Three questions: (1) How can you spot a false prophet? The Bible offers several complementary criteria. For instance, in Deuteronomy 18:22 we are told that if an ostensible prophet predicts something and that thing does not take place, the prophet is false. Of course, that criterion does not help very much if what the prophet has predicted is far i…
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Dr. Marie Wilson reflects on her time as Truth and Reconciliation Commissioner, Danny Ramadan shares what it was like to seek refuge and search for acceptance in Canada, an exploration of the literary scene in Kilworthy Tanner, and more.
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Although the book of Deuteronomy constantly looks backward to the Exodus and years of wilderness wanderings, it also looks forward: the people are about to enter the Promised Land, and certain things will change. In times of transition, one must grasp the distinction between what should change and what should not. Yesterday’s chapter includes the w…
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Historian and author Kathryn Hughes and No Such Thing As a Fish presenter Dan Schreiber recommend favourite books to Harriett Gilbert. Kathryn chooses Flaubert's Parrot by Julian Barnes, an exploration of the French writer's life in the form of a novel. Dan's choice is very different - John Higgs taking on the conceptual artists and chart toppers T…
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David and Adriana discuss how 2024 will be the marketing era of “do more with less” and the way to do that with SEO is have air tight people operations. Talking points include: Why “do more with less”? Is this because of AI? In-house or agency side? What are the pros and cons? Can you get as much done? What is the ultimate team size?…
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My parents were rather poor — not with the poverty one finds in the worst of the world’s slums, but poor by North American standards. My Dad was a pastor. Before I was born, still at the end of the Great Depression, Dad took around a little wagon of food that had been collected one Christmas for the poor, and then came home to the flat my parents r…
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Nicola Yoon discusses her provocative adult debut, One of Our Kind, and the surprising inspiration from The Stepford Wives that sparked her daring new story. Writing inspiration can sometimes strike in the most unlikely places. Podcast listening in the shower electrified a story Nicola Yoon had never expected to write. Join us for an enlightening c…
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Message Rella B Here! Welcome to Reading with Rella B! This episode features a sample reading of the early reader chapter book: Just As It Is! by Janice Kenyatta. This inspiring story is about a young African American girl who was taught by her loving parents to embrace and celebrate her natural beauty, including her hair, just as it is! This uplif…
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Author Bio: Barbara Ann Briggs is a poet, podcaster, and the author of two books. She is also a certified Consciousness Advisor. She has over twenty years’ experience as a freelance journalist and has had numerous articles and essays published in both print and online media. A practitioner and teacher of Transcendental Meditation for over thirty ye…
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Ep. 659: But Have You Tried Yoga? | Chapters 22-23 / Volume 2, Chapters 4-5 Book talk begins at 12:17. This is some of the snarkiest Jane Austen writing we've seen—and that says a lot. In this episode, we enjoy two chapters worth of just snark and sass about Mr. Elton and his new wife (who isn't Harriet!). ------------------------------------------…
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David and Luis discuss elevating the value of SEO by developing internal capabilities - agency vs in-house. Talking points include: Is in-house best? What should be done in-house vs agency-side? How do you identify what is best for you , benefits or downsides . What is more efficient? Importance of teams feeling familiar across organizations - is a…
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Interspersed with the historical recital that makes up much of the early chapters of Deuteronomy are bursts of exhortation. One of the most moving is found in Deuteronomy 10:12-22. Its magnificent themes include: (1) A sheer God-centeredness that embraces both fearing God and loving God (Deut. 10:12-13). In our confused and blinded world, fearing G…
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Secrets are coming to light, and our characters must navigate a maze of deceit. Uncover how hidden pasts shape the present, adding depth and intrigue to our story. This episode reveals the layers of complexity in our characters' lives. Did you enjoy the latest episode of our podcast? If you like it, please give us a five-star rating. It really help…
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Happy June Readheads! In this month's episode the girls are recapping and discussing Lady Tan's Circle of Women by Lisa See. This is a historical fiction novel set in 15th century China and the girls had a ball reading and discussing all of the characters, themes and plotlines in the book. The next book is Becky's choice and she chose Real American…
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Dave Cousin believes that SEOs like to think Paid Search is easy, they get all the data they need in black and white; so why then don't we SEOs use paid search's data to make things a bit easier for us? Discussion points include: Why should SEOs be working more closely with paid search? How can paid search make the SEO’s life easier? What can SEOs …
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