Tag Archives: The Humans by Matt Haig

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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The Research Rabbit Hole and Its Dangers

In several of our podcasts Tania and I have discussed the problem of information overload in some of the books we’ve read. I think that it’s a topic that deserves a post of its own as it has been weighing … Continue reading

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Write Reads #12 Triggers by Robert J. Sawyer and Little Brother by Cory Doctorow

The adult speculative fiction vs. young adult speculative fiction cage match is finally here! Who came out on top? Privacy and secrets: good or bad? At what point does security become oppression? There’s lots of good stuff in this one, … Continue reading

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