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Write Reads #48 The Man Who Saved Henry Morgan by Robert Hough

Hey there, Buccaneers! Why don’t ye get yerself settled in like and have an earfull of our Historical Fiction Pick podcast? You can plunder and pillage our thoughts . . . um, or something. Henry Morgan: Admirable Swashbuckler or Glorified … Continue reading

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Write Reads #17 The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie by Alan Bradley

It’s no mystery how we felt about our mystery pick: We really liked it. Have a listen to find out all of the reasons why, and, as a bonus, a discussion about the ongoing controversy surrounding Adult Fiction and Young … Continue reading

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Things That Make You Go, “Hmmmm.”

A Tale For The Time Being by Ruth Ozeki, mentioned in Episode 9 of our podcast, has been selected for the Man Booker Prize short list. We’re not saying that Tania’s opinion holds that much sway, but it really makes … Continue reading

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