So, this content is a BIT out of place for me, but I don’t care. I can’t stop gushing about Season 4 of Lucifer. I was worried about what Netflix was going to do to this awesome show, but I shouldn’t have feared. I have lots of thoughts and feelings, so let’s get to it!
FINALLY. This is really happening. We swear. This is the final episode of the regularly scheduled (haha) season 4 of Bibliomancy for Beginners. (Sort of.) Now that school is over and our lives are different, we’re going to be trying to strike up a new rhythm. For now, however, you can watch this episode which will be a lot of me yelling at Taylor for making us read this intelligent monstrosity of a waste of my time. 😛
ON BACK TO BACK NIGHTS, WE APPEAR! After the rousing success of yesterday’s opening episode of our Nostalgia Junkie season two, we’re back without regular season of Bibliomancy to bring you A Fierce and Subtle Poison by Samantha Mabry. This is our final episode in our month of YA picks. If you missed one, the first two episodes were:
Our next episode will begin our month of sequels, starting with Jeffrey Eugenides’ Middlesex. Join us in two weeks for that!
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.
Summer is officially HERE! The fourth season of Bibliomancy for Beginners is off to a great start! We filmed our first of six episodes last night on Bone Gap by Laura Ruby and … well. It was everything we could have hoped for and more! Taylor and I agreed! *gasp* Michaela went to the mat to defend the literary! Taylor blew my mind and then we talked about moose. Seriously. Watch it. This was a damn fine opener.
In TWO WEEKS we will be reading Invisible Fault Lines by Kristen-Paige Madonia. If you want to read along at some point this summer, please see our schedule announcement video for the list of books!
Super late posting on my part, but Michaela and I have put together an announcement for the fourth season of Bibliomancy for Beginners. We’ve got six books and two themed months coming at you this summer, PLUS a poll that we REALLY need you to vote in to decide the subject of our next Nostalgia Junkie series. HELP US OUT!
Goodreads poll: https://www.goodreads.com/poll/list/153132-bibliomancy-for-beginners?type=group