Monday, January 20, 2014

Reading Envy Podcast 001: Episode the First

We are very excited to welcome you to the first episode of our new Reading Envy podcast.  

Scott shares his thoughts on:




Jenny talks about:


Our list of the month: Book Riot's 100 Must-Read Works of Southern Literature

Download or listen via this link: |Reading Envy 001: Episode the First|

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9 comments:

  1. Will you update this post when the iTunes link is available? I'm not sure how to subscribe using a feed from my phone. :D

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    1. Yes! Well, I see you saw it already in Twitter.

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  2. Congrats, nice work for a first podcast.

    Coincidentally, I just read the second Dortmunder novel 'Bank Shot' and enjoyed it even more than 'The Hot Rock'.

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  3. Thanks! And great to know about Book 2. It's on my list!

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  4. Belated congratulations on your first podcast! What fun to listen to you guys work your way through these books. Bravo for being brave enough to review _Fellowship_.
    (Yes, I'm several months behind on my listening)
    _Einstein Intersection_ is a wild book. I try to reread it every few years. _Nova_ was my first Delany, and still a favorite. His short stories are superb.

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    1. I'll look for those Delany's! Nice to have you listening, whenever.

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    2. I'm catching up, steadily. About two months behind, now.

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  5. I was so pleased to discover y'all were doing another podcast. I listen to a ton of shows, and you are some of my favorite podcasters! I really like the guests and diverse genres.

    An audio book I had a "What the heck?" moment towards the end was Stephen King's It. I finished because I'd been enjoying it a lot and wanted to see how it ended, but the story was definitely tainted.

    I look forward to catching up on the archives, thanks!

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    1. Hi Philip! Thanks so much. We have really been enjoying creating this podcast. Since you're starting from the beginning you'll see a few tweaks and experiments, so I'll look forward to hearing what you think.

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