Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Reading Envy 095: Lose the Outside World with Lindy Pratch

Lindy is a Canadian reader who joins Jenny to talk about books we've read recently. You will learn about Lindy's interesting book clubs, authors from Alberta, and how books can form movies in your mind. Please forgive Jenny's voice as she suffered a coughing fit. The coughs were edited out but the voice struggled at the end!

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Books featured:

The Heavy Bear by Tim Bowling
The Housekeeper and the Professor by Yoko Ogawa
Monoceros by Suzette Mayr
The Amputee's Guide to Sex by Jillian Weise
Nuala by Kimmy Beach
August by Romina Paula

Other mentions:

Nobody Cries at Bingo by Dawn Dumont
Ariel by Sylvia Plath
Delmore Schwartz
Dr. Edith Vane and the Hares of Crawley Hall by Suzette Mayr
Reservoir 13 by Jon McGregor
Giant marionettes
Autumn by Ali Smith
The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy
Everything is Flammable by Gabrielle Bell
The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley by Hannah Tinti
The Good Thief by Hannah Tinti
The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu by Joshua Hammer
History of Wolves by Emily Fridlund

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  1. I just listened to the first half of this episode while driving to work. Can I just say- I want Lindy Pratch to read books to me all the time. What a great reader!

    1. Doesn't she have a lovely voice!?

    2. Elizabeth and Jenny: Thank you! It was a relaxing, enjoyable experience, thanks to Jenny's calm expertise.


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