Best bookish podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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Bookish Society Podcast
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Here at Bookish Society Podcast we talk all things bookish: author interviews, upcoming releases, book discussions, book trivia, and other bookish news. Make sure to subscribe to us if you enjoy our content.
 
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Bookish
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A podcast about books, hosted by Margaret B. Madden and Bob Johnston – hosted and produced by The HeadStuff Podcast Network
 
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Bookish Blether
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A regular podcast about books and reading with Holly (@hollyjunesmith) and Nicola (@robotnic).
 
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Bookish with Sonya Walger
Weekly
 
Could you pick the 5 books that have shaped you most? Every week actress and avid reader Sonya Walger invites a guest to explore their five most formative books and how they affected their lives.
 
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Bookish Tarts
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A fabulously racy podcast hosted by chick lit writer Georgina Penney and erotica and contemporary romance writer, Rhyll Biest.
 
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Bookish Friends
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A podcast about books. Join these YA aficionados as they share their love of books by discussing and reviewing Young Adult literature.
 
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Bookish
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Writers being forced to have conversations.
 
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Bookish
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A podcast about books, hosted by Shane Breslin and Bob Johnston - hosted and produced by Castaway Media.
 
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Her Bookish Podcast | Book Recommendations
 
Her Bookish Podcast, hosted by Kinsey Roberts, is a weekly book recommendation & discussion show dedicated to highlighting women authors from the traditional and self-published spaces. In addition to book talk, I like to throw in some pop culture references when it makes sense (because hello, can you even discuss Jane Austen without mentioning Colin Firth?). Hot new releases, the classics, oldies but goodies, fiction & non-fiction....it's all fair game on Her Bookish Podcast!
 
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Bookish Ventures
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Bookish Ventures is an online magazine and podcast/video dedicated to writing, authors, screenwriters, movies, books, marketing/PR and publishing.
 
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Cookish and Bookish
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Meredith and Sara talk what it means to be a modern lady, new recipes, crafts, what we're reading, and all the laughs, wins, rants, and fails in between.
 
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Joe Bookish Podcast
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Short Stories written and performed by Joe Bookish
 
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Bookish Impulses Podcast
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Podcast mainly about books.
 
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Bookish Things Podcast
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A podcast where Scott and Eric talk about books, themselves and other bookish things.
 
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Lia's Bookish Obsession
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My obsession with books, authors, and all their creative literature
 
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Defiantly Yours: A Bookish Podcast
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In which we talk about random topics about the world of Young Adult books.
 
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Dear Book Nerd
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A bookish advice show that answers your questions about life, love and literature.
 
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Book Geeks Uncompromised
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Weekly reviews of fantasy and/or science fiction books and discussion of recent bookish news.
 
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So Many Damn Books
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A bookish podcast celebrating a love of reading, with literary cocktails, recommendations, and author-guests talking about their work and a book they love. For show info, book lists, and drink recipes, visit somanydamnbooks.com
 
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Under The Book Covers
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One couple. Too many bookshelves.
 
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Magical Space Pussycats
Monthly
 
A podcast for readalongs of speculative fiction books from the Lady Vaults along with general chit-chat and bookish goodness.
 
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Background Noise Podcast
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News, reviews, and general bookish musings
 
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Eclectic Readers
Monthly
 
The Eclectic Readers is a monthly book club podcast that reads an eclectic variety of books and discusses them. We try to read out of our comfort zone, with the goal of having our listeners read along with us, and, after listening to the episode, join in on the book's discussion through our social media pages on Litsy or Goodreads. The Eclectic Readers started in 2009 as an IRL book club of three and has since grown to a group of 12 spread across the United States. From there, in 2015, four ...
 
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Reading Glasses
Weekly
 
Do you love books? Want to learn how to make the most of your reading life? Join hosts Brea Grant and Mallory O’Meara every week as they discuss tips and tricks for reading better on Reading Glasses! Reading Glasses is a podcast designed to help you get more out of your literary experiences. As professional creatives and mega-readers, Mallory and Brea are experts on integrating a love of reading into a busy lifestyle. Reading Glasses listeners will learn how to vanquish their To-Be-Read pile ...
 
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RTHK:Bookmarks
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Bookmarks, Radio 3's online book club, is a one-stop platform delivering exclusive interviews with authors and editors, news and reviews. Plus bookish conversations with people you won’t hear on the radio, and recommendations from notable folk.
 
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From the Lighthouse
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From the Lighthouse is a literary podcast published out of the Department of English at Macquarie University. Your hosts Dr Stephanie Russo and Dr Michelle Hamadache love to talk about anything to do with books, from the latest bestsellers and prize-winners, film and television adaptations of books to bookish news. Join us weekly as we chat all things literary.
 
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Shelf Addiction Podcast
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If you enjoy reading books, listening to audiobooks, watching TV and movies, then this is the place for you! On the Shelf Addiction Podcast you'll find live and prerecorded Book Chat and Pop Culture Sunday episodes. Book Chat episodes air on Wednesday at 6pm EST and feature author interviews, book and audiobook reviews, book read-alongs & round table discussions, book lists & recommendations, and other bookish topics. Pop Culture Sunday episodes air at 12 pm EST(and sometimes LIVE on Monday ...
 
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Hindi: A Spoken Thesaurus
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Which word is the best fit for a particular meaning and context? How do I express everyday ideas in colloquial language, avoiding the bookish style found in dictionaries? What’s the actual difference in meaning between the ‘synonyms’ that dictionaries offer? How do I build up phrases and sentences around a particular word?The Hindi Thesaurus addresses such questions in a series of lively, unscripted Hindi-medium conversations about groups of words of related meaning. Concentrating on selecte ...
 
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Bookhugger.co.uk » Audio
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A selection of bookish delights: author interviews, readings and more
 
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Hindi: A Spoken Thesaurus
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Which word is the best fit for a particular meaning and context? How do I express everyday ideas in colloquial language, avoiding the bookish style found in dictionaries? What’s the actual difference in meaning between the ‘synonyms’ that dictionaries offer? How do I build up phrases and sentences around a particular word?The Hindi Thesaurus addresses such questions in a series of lively, unscripted Hindi-medium conversations about groups of words of related meaning. Concentrating on selecte ...
 
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RTHK:Bookmarks
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Bookmarks, Radio 3's online book club, is a one-stop platform delivering exclusive interviews with authors and editors, news and reviews. Plus bookish conversations with people you won’t hear on the radio, and recommendations from notable folk.
 
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Library Game Night
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podcast about table top games & gaming in libraries (i.e., board games in a bookish setting)
 
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All In Good Storytime
Weekly
 
All in Good Storytime is an interactive, bookish, book club podcast hosted by Alanna, Katya, and Tia.
 
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Book Boyfriends Anonymous
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Podcast byAn Obsessive Reader. Hermit. Simpleton. RH and paranormal genre weirdo. That will include book reviews and bookish stuff.
 
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Crookshanks and Atticus Present - Books and Reading
 
Crookshanks and Atticus Present is made by the book clubs from Year 5 to Year 12 at Genazzano FCJ College. The podcast is dedicated to discussing books and reading, and will also features interviews with authors, quizzes and other fun bookish things.
 
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Podice Rippers
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Get ready to dog-ear those paperbacks and turn those Kindles down low. The radiant Lainey Seaton and ravishing Natalie Warner are blazing into the podcast scene hot and bothered and bookish as all hell. Join us each episode as we talk at length and girth about all things romance novel. The only requirement is that you keep it lusty. And consensual.
 
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Re:Read
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Two decades after we graduated from high school, we are ready to pull those classics works of literature we read in our youth off the shelves and read them all over again. Who's with us? Visit our website: rereadpod.com for our book list, episode guides, embarrassing middle school photos, and your chance to re:spond. Join in the bookish fun on Facebook, Instragram, & Twitter @rereadpod!
 
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Read.Write.Repeat: a podcast for readers, writers, thinkers, and dreamers.
 
The Read.Write.Repeat podcast was born from obsession. In its basic form, it is an obsession with storytelling. To our loved ones, it is just that, a strange quirk, nothing more. For us, it has evolved into a driving thirst that results in grandiose projects, strange discoveries, wild dreams, and the occasional hastily erected shrine. Come along as we impulsively pursue all manner of literary ecstasies and plan elaborate escapades and forays into all things reading, writing, and publishing.W ...
 
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Book Squad Podcast
Monthly
 
Once a month, the librarians are in! Join Lawrence Public Librarians and Book Squad members Polli Kenn and Kate Gramlich for some bookish banter straight into your ears.
 
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Shelfrighteous
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A bookish podcast brought to you by Allison and Aubrey, two High School seniors who adore reading.New episodes up every Tuesday and Thursday! Occasionally Mondays...
 
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Shut Up & Read
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Hey there! We’re just two girls (Stephanie and Emily) in NYC who love to read. We’re in our mid-20s (almost late 20’s, my, how old we are getting) and while we work on our careers during the day, we also live life through books and more books. On our channel, you will find all things bookish including book reviews, book hauls, book event vlogs, literary discussions, author interviews and many more! If you are interested in working together either in reviewing a specific book or organizing an ...
 
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Write Along Radio
Monthly
 
Write Along Radio is a podcast for writers featuring monthly writing challenges, author and publishing-industry interviews, bookish conversations and more. Kevin and Catherine love to talk about the art and business of writing (and selling books), and we welcome listeners to be active participants.
 
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Life Is A Page Turner
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Here we can talk about all things bookish mixed in with a little bit of life and a little bit of life saving. There will be book reviews and thoughts as well as what it's like to be a paramedic. Because life is a page turner and there are many chapters to be had!
 
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Bookends
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We're Bookends, a podcast where best friends talk about all things bookish. Join us on iTunes and SoundCloud every Tuesday for a different book-related discussion. We hope you get a laugh out of it, and a book recommendation or two (thousand).
 
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Re:Read
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Two decades after we graduated from high school, we are ready to pull those classics works of literature we read in our youth off the shelves and read them all over again. Who's with us? Visit our website: rereadpod.com for our book list, episode guides, embarrassing middle school photos, and your chance to re:spond. Join in the bookish fun on Facebook, Instragram, & Twitter @rereadpod!
 
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Blurb! Radio
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Take one genre, two combative critics, five authors angling to break out of the pack and what have you got? “Blurb!” – the new book show that’s anything but bookish. Each week, bibliophiles Sally Shields and Dr. Kent review not books themselves but prerecorded pitches from five writers whose literary works are hot off the presses. And each has got a mere three minutes to convince the hosts that theirs is the one worth cracking. But if they succeed, they capture the coveted Book of the Week t ...
 
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This Is Your Mixtape.
 
Nadia Halim is a community organizer, writer, arts administrator, and general bringer-together-of-people in Toronto. Nadia grew up bookish and mixed-race in a small town in the Ottawa Valley, where neither quality was necessarily well-understood. Her five songs: Guantanamera by Pete Seeger New Moon on Monday by Duran Duran Devil With the Green ...…
 
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Bookish with Sonya Walger
 
This week Sonya interviews her friend (and erstwhile co-star) Mireille Enos. Mireille's credits include Big Love, The Killing, World War Z and The Catch.
 
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Bookish with Sonya Walger
 
In this episode Sonya interviews writer/director/producer David Goyer at his home in LA. David is best known for his work on the Blade trilogy, Dark Knight trilogy and FlashForward (where he and Sonya met).
 
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Bookish with Sonya Walger
 
In this episode, Sonya talks to actress Felicity Huffman. Her credits include Desperate Housewives, Transamerica and American Crime.
 
I talk a little about the upcoming XTFM shows. I also discuss how I'm going to finish Outlander soon. I then talk about reading speeds.
 
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Bookish with Sonya Walger
 
Chris Weitz is a film producer, screenwriter, author, actor and film director. He and his brother, Paul wrote a little known movie called American Pie, and also together adapted and directed About a Boy which went on to be nominated for an Academy Award for best adapted screenplay. He directed New Moon from the Twilight series, the film adaptat ...…
 
Subscribe now to Bookish, a new podcast hosted by actress Sonya Walger. Each week she interviews a guest about the five books that have shaped them most. Releases weekly starting Monday 25th September.
 
Gearing up for National Poetry Day, we talk to two of our favourite poets and hear some of their poetry. Night Sky with Exit Wounds by Ocean Vuong http://po.st/NightSkyWithExitWounds Kumukanda by Kayo Chingonyi http://po.st/kumukanda Follow us on twitter: twitter.com/vintagebooks Sign up to our bookish newsletter to hear all about our new relea ...…
 
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Angry Angel Alcove
 
Welcome back to Based on the Book! About to Begin! What We Lose (Clemmons) What I'm Reading Now The Cracked Spine (Shelton) Bookish Bitch Session Hurricane Irma - We've Got the Power! Where to Find Amanda and Based on the Book Visit the Based on the Book FB page: https://www.facebook.com/basedonthebook/ Additional links: www.angryangelbooks.com ...…
 
Welcome back to Based on the Book! About to Begin! Of Books and Bagpipes (Shelton) What I'm Reading Now Once and For All (Dessen) Bookish Bitch Session Hurricane Irma - Results and consequences Where to Find Amanda and Based on the Book Visit the Based on the Book FB page: https://www.facebook.com/basedonthebook/ Additional links: www.angryange ...…
 
In episode one I review "Digital Photography Basics" by Rick Burress, converse with professional photographer Leanna McDonald, share a quote from Eudora Welty, and suggest blurring your photos intentionally. That's the short version. Here's some more… Leanna and I went to high school together (Go Hawks!) where she was editor of the yearbook and ...…
 
(CW: Some references to rape and domestic violence) For the inaugural episode of Back Pocket Book Club, Jack and Joe talk about the 1990 novelization of Dick Tracy and 1991's sleazy grease fire Mutants Amok: Rebel Attack. Ice Cream Innuendo! Crap on a Cracker! Hulkamania vs Darth Vader! Total cost: About $4 Joe is the co-host of The Audio Assau ...…
 
An honest conversation with Roddy Doyle, author of The Commitments, Two Pints, The Barrytown Trilogy and now, his new book, Smile. Take a look at the book itself: po.st/DoyleSmile Follow us on twitter: twitter.com/vintagebooks Sign up to our bookish newsletter to hear all about our new releases, see exclusive extracts and win prizes: http://po. ...…
 
Welcome back to Based on the Book! Something New (New Releases!) Electric Arches (Ewing - out September 12th) Genuine Fraud (Lockhart - out September 5th) What I'm Reading Now Wizard and Glass (The Dark Tower #4 - King) Bookish Bitch Session Hurricane Harvey - Donate if you can to the charity/organization of your choice. Hurricane Irma - Facing ...…
 
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What Should I Read Next?: Book Talk | Reading Recommendations | Literary Matchmaking
 
In today's episode, Anne looks for small business owner Esther Dairiam's origin story. Like so many great plots, Esther’s turns on an epiphany she had on a trip to Paris five years ago. She left convinced that what her adopted city of Chicago needed was its own destination for culinary books and events, and not finding anything like it already ...…
 
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What Should I Read Next?: Book Talk | Reading Recommendations | Literary Matchmaking
 
Today’s guest, Kristin Economos, has an incredible story to tell, one many people will resonate with. After experiencing a season of severe anxiety, Kristin says her return from a decade-long reading sabbatical brought her back to life. She got professional help, and she ALSO soothed her anxiety with books. Fictional stories that transported he ...…
 
Welcome back to Based on the Book! Something New (New Release 8/22/2017) Rabbit: The Autobiography of Ms. Pat (Williams) What I'm Reading Now The Waste Lands (The Dark Tower #3 - King) Bookish Bitch Session Solar Eclipe: https://angryangelbooks.com/2017/08/22/total-solar-eclipse-2017/ The Bookish Box: Subscription Box (Harry Potter house theme ...…
 
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Cookish and Bookish
 
Have you ever wanted to read David Foster Wallace? Well, your girl-brain probably couldn't "get" it. Meredith and Sara talk mansplaining, Rebecca Solnit's wonderful article (which you've probably never read before), and the absurdity of home renovation themed romance novels.
 
Bookish is a books podcast from Dublin, Ireland brought to you by Bob Johnston of The Gutter Bookshop and Margaret Madden of the Bleach House Library book blog via the HeadStuff Podcast Network. This month we’re discussing the latest ‘Book News’, choosing a new ‘Bookclub Pick’ for discussion, and meeting Tara Sparling, a writer and screenwriter ...…
 
Welcome back to Based on the Book! What I Just Finished The Drawing of the Three (TDT#2 - King) What I'm Reading Now Born a Crime: Stories from a South African childhood (Noah) Bookish Bitch Session Audiobooks as Reading - Yay or Nay? Amanda’s Classroom Wish List: http://a.co/1LwSc39 Where to Find Amanda and Based on the Book Visit the Based on ...…
 
Welcome back to Based on the Book! *Bite-Sized* What I'm Reading Now This is Just My Face, Try Not to Start (Gabourey Sidibe) Bookish Bitch Session The Dark Tower movie, should I see it? Amanda’s Classroom Wish List: http://a.co/1LwSc39 Where to Find Amanda and Based on the Book Visit the Based on the Book FB page: https://www.facebook.com/base ...…
 
In which Sara hasn't seen any movie ever, and we contemplate our vlogging future.
 
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What Should I Read Next?: Book Talk | Reading Recommendations | Literary Matchmaking
 
Today’s guest is Bethany Armstrong, a lifelong reader who describes herself as the kind of kid who always had a book in her hand. After studying literature in college, Bethany suffered through a period of bookish burnout. But a surprising thing re-invigorated Bethany’s reading experience... you'll have to listen to find out what it was. Today B ...…
 
It’s a tale as old as time: girl meets troll bear, household objects start to sing, and Stockholm Syndrome ensues. Keli and Alice are avid Disney fans with mixed feelings about Beauty and the Beast. On the one hand, who doesn’t love a bookish heroine who wants adventures in the great wide somewhere? On the other, does she have to be such a brat ...…
 
BEWARE THE DEMENTORS! But bring on the chocolate, we say. In fact, chocolate would have been entirely preferable to our cocktail this week. To match Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, we chose a Red Moon Over Manhattan cocktail (for obvious reasons)--but we don’t recommend it. Unlike our book, of course! With scary dementors, a shady rat ...…
 
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Angry Angel Alcove
 
Welcome back to Based on the Book! Abandoned Books! Sour Heart by Jenny Zhang Any Dream Will Do by Debbie Macomber What I'm Reading Now The Drawing of the Three (Dark Tower #2) by Stephen King Bookish Bitch Session Game of Thrones Recap and Shout Out (Spoilers!) Joining a Book Club Amanda’s Classroom Wish List: http://a.co/1LwSc39 Where to Find ...…
 
Welcome back to Based on the Book! Something Old, Something New The Life She Was Given (Wiseman 2017) --New Release 7/25/17 What I'm Reading Now Illuminae: The Illuminae Files_01 (Kaufman and Kristoff) Which Was Better? Book or Movie? The Hunger Games Series (Collins) Link: http://bit.ly/2uVwGlR Bookish Bitch Session Heartfelt thanks to generou ...…
 
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Angry Angel Alcove
 
Welcome back to Based on the Book! Something Old, Something New Meaty (Irby 2013) We Are Never Meeting In Real Life (Irby 2017) NY Times Article: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/20/opinion/sunday/rainy-day-savings-money.html What I'm Reading Now Nevernight: Book One (Kristoff) Which Was Better? Book or Movie? The Giver (Lowry) *Books we love to ...…
 
Welcome back to Based on the Book! Something Old, Something New A Wrinkle in Time (L'Engle) Dragon Teeth (Crichton) What I'm Reading Now The Satanic Mechanic (Andrew) *A Recipe for Love and Murder (Andrew) is #1 in the series so perhaps check that out first. Which Was Better? Book or Movie? Harry Potter series recap plus listener feedback New C ...…
 
Welcome to a new episode of PCS! I hope you like the new format, enjoy!Link(s) mentioned during News & Gossip:- Death of ‘True Blood’ Actor Nelsan Ellis Spotlights Risk in Detoxing Alone | http://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/actor-s-death-spotlights-risks-detoxing-alone-n781906- The Emmy nominations have been announced! See if your favori ...…
 
Melissa de la Cruz is the New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times and Publishers Weekly internationally bestselling author of many critically acclaimed novels. Her "Blue Bloods" series has sold over three million copies, and the "Witches of East End" series became an hour-long television drama on the Lifetime network. ...…
 
Welcome to a new episode of Book Chat! Today I'm talking with book lover Amy Feld and we are sharing our do's and don'ts for editorial book reviews. Find Amy Feld on social media!Twitter: https://twitter.com/amyfeldWant to contribute to Book Chat? Help the Shelf Addiction Podcast pay for the hosting and editing of the podcast by becoming a patr ...…
 
Welcome to the first full episode of Based on the Book! Learn a little bit about Amanda, she talks about what she's reading right now (Exit West by Mohsin Hamid), and you are presented with a "Which Was Better?" challenge based on the Harry Potter series. Amanda also introduces the Bookish Bitch Session, where we talk about putting a book down ...…
 
Zoraida Cordova is the author of "The Vicious Deep" trilogy, the "On the Verge" series, and the Brooklyn Brujas series. Her latest novel, "Labyrinth Lost", was a Tor.com Best Book of 2016 and an NPR Best Young Adult Book of 2016.“Labyrinth Lost” was also optioned for film by Paramount Studios. I'm thrilled this episode is proudly sponsored by ' ...…
 
This week, Brea and Mallory solve vacation reading dilemmas, learn where Jesus keeps his e-books and talk bookish technology with Tom Merritt! Use the hashtag #TravelingReader to participate in online discussion on Twitter and Instagram! And check our Facebook and Goodreads groups! Links - Whispersync https://www.amazon.com/Whispersync-for-Voic ...…
 
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Book Riot - The Podcast
 
This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk about the launch of Annotated, tastefully gloat about guessing Oprah's next book club selection, appreciate the bookishness of Sarah Jessica Parker, and much more. We hope you’ll check out the first episode of Annotated: “Is It 1984 Yet?” It’s about the resurgence of interest in George Orwell’s 1984 and the stor ...…
 
It's Canada's 150th birthday! So for this episode Gidget Gravedigger and Emma Eldritch do the most Canadian thing possible. They review two epsidoes of Canada's spooky children's show 'Are you Afraid of the Dark?" Episodes include: The Tale of the Bookish Babysitter and The Tale of the Mystical Mirror. Warning for foul language and loud laughter…
 
Erin Chack is a senior editor at BuzzFeed and the author of “This Is Really Happening”, a profoundly transparent collection of essays written in a sharply observant voice that’s refreshingly candid. Erin describes her book as “an essay collection about the best, the worst, and the weirdest moments” of her life so far. I'm thrilled this episode ...…
 
**Sorry in advance for the slight sound distortion at certain points. We experienced sporadic connection problems. I hope that doesn't stop you from enjoying the discussion. Join me and two very cool book bloggers (Casey from Literary Escapism and Emily from Sharing Links & Wisdom) as we read Urban Fantasy series that are new to us as well as r ...…
 
We (unfortunately) had some technical difficulties, as detailed in the previous episode. It ends abruptly--sorry! This Week: We chat about what this whole #millennialgeneration is about - Do you consider yourself a Millennial? This Week’s Article: “Don’t Call Me a Millennial - I’m an Old Millenial”, by Jesse Singal, NY Magazine Cookin’: Sara’s ...…
 
Today on PCS we are discssing the season finale of American Gods, our first impressions of The Mist, and the the final season kick off of Orphan Black.Link(s) mentioned during News & Gossip:http://screenrant.com/transformers-bumblebee-movie-plot-details/http://www.comingsoon.net/movies/news/861145-jurassic-world-sequel-title-revealed-as-jurassi ...…
 
Nina LaCour is the author of the William C. Morris Honor Book, “Hold Still”. Los Angeles Times perfectly describes her writing in which they write, “LaCour has a knack for capturing the unique intensity of teenage characters discovering love, sex and intense friendship for the first time while also giving them talents and interests that make mo ...…
 
A brief word of warning: this is a longer-than-usual episode. Instead of falling within the typical five- to eight-minute range, this episode clocks in at over 11 minutes. Are you a carnivorous reader? Francine Prose says in Reading Like a Writer: I’ve heard the way a writer reads described as “reading carnivorously.” What I’ve always assumed [ ...…
 
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Cookish and Bookish
 
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Jenny had to postpone some guests so this is a solo episode. One round of book speed-dating, bookish beach adventures, and 5-star reads that haven't made it into the podcast yet. Download or listen via this link: Reading Envy 089: Hodgepodge. Subscribe to the podcast via this link: Feedburner Or subscribe via iTunes by clicking: Subscribe Or li ...…
 
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Read.Write.Repeat: a podcast for readers, writers, thinkers, and dreamers.
 
This month we will be giving away an unopened leather bound Great Expectations - we will explain how to enter toward the end of the show. We discuss getting drunk and falling asleep for twenty years, Washington Irving's fantastic characterization, the one book Kaisha refuses to read, and Kelsey's insistence that Captain Kirk is the ideal Romant ...…
 
Today on PCS we're reviewing Wonder Woman and we are sharing our thoughts on the first season of The Handmaid's Tale.Link(s) mentioned during News & Gossip:https://www.wired.com/story/apple-podcasts-app-revolutionaryhttp://www.foxbusiness.com/features/2017/06/16/amazon-to-buy-whole-foods-for-13-7-billion1.htmlAmazon Go video: https://www.youtub ...…
 
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