Episode 13: Once and For All with Millena Silva and Carson Long

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This week we have new guests: Millena Silva and Carson Long of Kennesaw State University’s podcast: Book Club Soda! We discussed our first of two YA books: Once and For All by Sarah Dessen! Meghan and Carson have some serious feelings about this book, but both agree that they will give Sarah Dessen books another try. Millena and Carson take a moment to talk Taylor Swift lyrics, all three kind of roll their eyes at the main character’s first love, discuss YA tropes and major series, and explain that there is a difference between red heads and gingers.

Book Drink: Mimosa

Books Discussed This Episode: 

Once and For All by Sarah Dessen
Twilight by Stephanie Meyer
Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Paper Towns by John Green
Looking for Alaska by John Green
DC Rebirth: Batman, Harley Quinn and The Flash
A City Stained Red 
by Sam Sykes
Harry Potter by JK Rowling
East of Eden by John Steinbeck
Under the Dome by Stephen King
Revival by Stephen King
Enter, Night by Michael Rowe
Saga by Brian K. Vaughan
My Favorite Things is Monsters by Emil Ferris
The Diviners by Libba Bray

Shows/Movies/Musicals Discussed:

Newsies
Melissa & Joey
Young & Hungry
Community
Rick and Morty
John Wick
The Good Place

 

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Episode 3: Silk by Caitlin Kiernan with James DeBruicker and Marilag Angway

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Word of the Day: Weird

For episode 3 I welcome two new guests, James DeBruicker and Marilag Angway! We discuss Silk by Caitlin Kiernan, which is a darker book than the previous two books on the show. The book brings about memories of 90s goth, a discussion of intent vs. impact, and how a book can be excellent, but light on plot.

Books Referenced in this episode:

Silk by Caitlin Kiernan
All Fall Down by Ally Carter
Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake
Party at the World’s End by James Curcio
A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab
Jerusalem by Alan Moore
Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor
Join by Steven Toutonighi

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Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Goodreads |
Email: judgingcoverspodcast@gmail.com

Find our host and guest(s):

Meghan’s Twitter | Mari’s Blog | James’s Instagram