This month, Paige’s Books We Love pick is Ausma Zehanat Khan’s THE BLOODPRINT. Our first fantasy set in a Middle-Eastern inspired world, Khan’s work has drawn both praise and criticism. But what does BBE think? Tune in to hear our discussion!
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Our bonus Movie Magic episode of September is here! Our subject is Margot Lee Shetterly’s Hidden Figures. BBE explores the inspiring story of the black women behind some of NASA’s greatest achievements, and how they defied the odds in 1950s and 1960s America. But which one will win, book or movie?
Show Notes for Bonus Episode 1.4 Check out a sample of the full-length episode below! To get access to full-length bonus episodes, head over to our Patreon. Quick Links from the Episode: What did Jennifer read in the past month? Check out the links below for our Bookshop affiliate store: Things in Jars – 5 […]
The answer is very. Show Notes for Episode 2.6 Check out the episode below: CW: eating disorders, disordered eating, irregular food behaviors Quick Links from the Episode: Are you or someone you know struggling with an eating disorder? NationalEatingDisorder.org is a great resource for learning more about eating disorders and how to get help for […]
Show Notes for Episode 1.19 Check out the episode below! Quick Links from the Episode To learn more about Barrios, here is a brief bio on Mayan Cross. According to Barrios (and others), 2012 was never seen as some kind of apocalypse to the Maya, rather the beginning of a new cycle for humanity. For […]
Show Notes for Episode 1.18 Check out the episode below! I care for myself. The more solitary, the more friendless, the more unsustained I am, the more I will respect myself. Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre Quick Links from the Episode For more information on the Bronte family, check out this truly extensive Wikipedia article. This […]
Show Notes for Episode 1.17 Check out the episode below! Never let your sense of morals prevent you from doing what is right. Isaac Asimov, Foundation Quick Links from the Episode The big three of science fiction (i.e. the folks considered to be the founding members of the modern genre): Isaac Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein, […]