A tangent episode in which Kaisha, Kelsey and Dylan celebrate Hobbit Day in style. Join us fireside as we try to stump Dylan with LOTR trivia. We chat about the problem with knowing more than the question is asking in trivia competitions. Dylan talks about backing out of Trivia Night because he didn’t want to go to Lord of the Rings trivia alone and win. We revel in Kaisha’s regal authoritative voice. We learn the danger in doubting Dylan.
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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!!
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Books, quirks, and intrigues, oh my!
- The Animated Hobbit movie
- Saber Tooth Games
- The Silmarillion
- Ready Player One
- Children of Hurin
- Wheel of Time
- The Redwall
- Brandon Sanderson
- Nicholas Eames
- Jade City
- Dylan’s Blog
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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, Terrence McCauley and Nicholas Eames, and always, a huge thanks to Mike Fraedrich for out intro music. You can find links to all of these lovely people in our show notes.
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