Betwixt the Books Nostalgia Junkie: “The Subtle Knife” by Philip Pullman

IT’S FINALLY HERE! I have to say, our opening video of this series–with The Golden Compass–was one of my favorite episodes to date. We’re back at it again with The Subtle Knife, and Casey and I are EVEN ANGRIER than the last time. Tune in to watch us battle Taylor for who has the right opinion over whether this series is boring or not. (It is.)

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From the Notebook: June 2016 Wrap Up

Hey guys! Back this week with my June wrap up, even though it’s a bit later than I wanted. I only read 5 books this month, and only 1 for my PopSugar challenge, BUT I’m 50% of the way there and on track for my 100 book overall Goodreads challenge goal!

Bibliomancy for Beginners Nostalgia Junkie: “The Golden Compass” by Philip Pullman

A week late, but not for lack of great content! Tonight, we’re live streaming our first of three episodes in our latest Nostalgia Junkie special. This is where we take books that we all read as kids and re-read them as adults to see if they are better or worse than we remember. This time around, we have all three original Bibliomancers PLUS the wonderful Casey from The Drunk Librarian, who was with Michaela and I when we did the inaugural 10 part Nostalgia Junkie series on DJ McHale’s Pendragon books

This series will come out once a month for the rest of the summer! Next, we read book 2!

Bibliomancy for Beginners Season 4 Episode 2: Invisible Fault Lines by Kirsten-Paige Madonia

While this may be days late, it is no dollars short. Michaela is hellishly sick, Taylor is so apathetic he doesn’t even want to listen to himself speak and me? I just like to poke the bear. This may be our most dysfunctional episode to date. HOWEVER that means it’s good fun to watch and you should totally do so.

MONDAY we are starting our Nostalgia Junkie series with The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman.

If you missed episode one of this season, check out our hangout on The Bone Gap by Laura Ruby.