Sure, you have important things to do. But it takes just a 10 minutes or so to learn about two upcoming book releases and something fascinating about the world.
Listen below or wherever you get your podcasts. Remember to visit your local library and your independent bookstore to lose some time yourself!
In this episode, we get excited about two books: The Matzah Ball by Jean Meltzer and The Vulnerables by Sigrid Nunez. Then Dave recommends three great tabletop games to play with your favorite people.
We're excited about two books: The Three Dahlias by Katy Watson and World Within a Song by Jeff Tweedy. Then Carrie from The Perks of Being a Book Lover celebrates beavers' return to the Thames.
We discuss The Future by Naomi Alderman and Watership Down: The Graphic Novel by James Sturm & Joe Sutphin. Then Amy from The Perks of Being a Book Lover recommends new Roald Dahl adaptations.
We're excited about two books: What the River Knows by Isabel Ibañez and The First Cat in Space Ate Pizza by Mac Barnett & Shawn Harris. Then Dave talks about the soothing appeal of slow travel videos.
In this show, we're excited about two books: The Murders at Fleat House by Lucinda Riley and Starter Villain by John Scalzi. Then Mel explains what she means when she says the magic word 'Gothic.'
We're excited about two books: The World Central Kitchen Cookbook by José Andrés and I Love Russia by Elena Kostyuchenko. Then Dave shares his great enthusiasm for the Best Public Library of the Year.
We're excited about two new books: The Pale House Devil by Richard Kadrey and Collision of Power by Martin Baron. Then Anne Bogel from What Should I Read Next? shares a delicious reading habit.
In this show, we're excited about two books: A Haunting on the Hill by Elizabeth Hand and Murder Most Royal by S.J. Bennett. Then Mel talks about the delicious show Food & Fashion at the Museum at FIT.
In this show, we're excited about two books — Black River Orchard by Chuck Wendig and The Secret Hours by Mick Herron. Then Craig from Overdue Podcast shares why he loves the game Connections.
In this show, we get excited about two books — Pockets by Hannah Carlson and Roaming by Jillian Tamaki and Mariko Tamaki. Then Dave tells us all about the best way to see whales in South Africa.
In this show, we're excited about two books — Black Sheep by Rachel Harrison and The Tao of the Backup Catcher by Tim Brown and Erik Kratz. Then Andrew, from the Overdue Podcast, recommends The Wheel of Time.
In this ep, we're excited about two books — the cookbook Portico by Leah Koenig and The Square of Sevens by Laura Shepherd-Robinson. Then Dave shares highlights from the nominees for a renowned nonfiction prize.
In this episode, we're excited about two new books — Where There Was Fire by John Manuel Arias and The Heaven & Earth Grocery Store by James McBride — then Mel serves the story of the Philadelphia cheesesteak.
In this episode, we're excited about two books — The Continental Affair by Christine Mangan and The Quickening by Elizabeth Rush — then Dave explains why to put the Edinburgh Fringe Festival on your must-visit list.
In this episode, we're excited about two new compelling books — The Bookbinder by Pip Williams and Tabula Rasa, Vol 1 by John McPhee — then Dave tells us about the fascinating work of the Long Now Foundation.
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