A tangent episode in which Kaisha, Kelsey, and Dylan chat about what kinds of bad behavior would make us stop reading an author. Come along as we delve into some naughty authors and their misdeeds. We chat about the importance of multiple, varied voices in literature to give us options. Dylan attacks Kelsey’s movie choices. We revel in a few awesome authors whose good deeds led us to read them.
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August’s giveaway is the fantasy novel, The Vorrh, by Brian Catling. Find out how to enter at the end of the show notes.
Our totally awesome intro was created by Mike Fraedrich. You can find more from Mike at mikefraedrich.com & brighttowers.com. The first one points to his Twitter, the second his music. Thanks, Mike!!
Listeners weigh in:
What sort of behavior would make you stop listening to an author?
Let us know in the comments section below, or by tagging us on social media! Your response might be featured in an upcoming show and you will be entered into our monthly giveaway!
Books, quirks, and intrigues, oh my!
- Marion Zimmerman Bradley
- Mists of Avalon
- Bad Authors List
- Anne Perry
- Essay by Stephen King
- Lord of the Files
- Talented Mr. Ripley
- Sherman Alexie
- William S. Burroughs
- Orson Scott Card
- Ender’s Game
- Kristin Hannah
- The Nightingale
- A Man Called Ove
- James Patterson
- Kiss the Girls
- Congo Movie
- The Last Blockbuster
- Blade Runner
- Citizen Kane
- Mission Impossible
- James Gunn Guardians of the Galaxy
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That brings us to the end of yet another read.write.repeat episode! We have to give a big shout out to this month’s guests, Mark Engels and Stephen Coghlan, and always, a huge thanks to Mike Fraedrich for out intro music.
Listeners, thanks so much for giving us your time. We’d love to hear from you and doing so enters you in our monthly giveaway.
August’s giveaway is the fantasy novel, The Vorrh, by Brian Catling. To enter, simply follow us and tag us in a bookish photo or comment on Instagram (@readwriterepeat_podcast), Twitter (@therwrpodcast), or Facebook (@readwriterepeatpod), or leave us a comment on our show notes or one of our posts on any of our social media platforms! A winner will be drawn at random in September.
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