So this is the second time we're reviewing a memoir, which is always an odd proposition, because you're essentially agreeing to review someone's life. I think this turned out pretty nice, and we'll be interviewing Les in the coming weeks as well. Check it out and come back next week for another book - An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen.
Check it out! The Booked. boys and their trusty holiday companions sat down for nearly two hours to deliver some holiday cheer. Charlie Brown, Emmet Otter, and of course the annual gift exchange all contribute to an unforgettable evening. If you haven't seen it on Facebook, you can listen to it here.
That's right bitches! Long-time Patreon patron, permanent holiday episode host, and Robb's best friend Misty picked this classic Stephen Graham Jones book as her Patreon Pick for 2018. Check our review out, and head over to our Patreon page (any patron at the $1 or higher level) for a MASSIVE spoiler talk, if you're feeling up to it.
Check it out! We finally decided to review a revered heavy hitter, Shirley Jackson. Check out what we have to say about We Have Always Lived in the Castle. Then, we discuss the passing of a comic book giant, Stan Lee. And of course, Robb discusses a story from his past.
Check out our review of Alice Isn't Dead. Hopefully you're already familiar with the story from it's original incarnation - a podcast. We've talked about it on the podcast previously, and it's gained a pretty large following. And it's got Jasika Nicole narrating, for heaven's sake. And head over and support us on Patreon if you're interested in hearing a pretty hefty spoiler talk about the book!
Yes. You read that correctly. We got David on the phone for a little over an hour of discussion about his books, music, and a little TV chat as well. It was a delightful interview, and we're sure you're going to enjoy it. And since you've most likely already stopped reading, please enjoy.
We're back with an interlude! This episode, Robb complains about his rental car process, and Livius complains about getting a passport photo taken. So it accidentally turned into a huge conversation where we gripe about our travels. But, it's pretty entertaining, so you should give it a listen.
Here it is, our review of an unexpected, but wholly welcome book, the stories in which inspired what MUST be Andrew Dice Clay's peak acting performance. We may also talk about porn magazines and Leonardo DiCaprio's "Pussy Posse". It's pretty great.