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Welcome to the 32nd episode of The Bookcast Club, a book podcast for people who love to read and talk books. Today we're having an actual book club! The four of us discuss Mr Loverman by Bernadine Evaristo. It's a full discussion so we do spoil the ending, but I pre-warn you so you can switch off if you don't want to know the ending. If you have any questions, ideas or themes for future episodes please get in touch either by email, thebookcastclub@outlook.com, or on Twitter or Instagram.Support The Bookcast ClubYou can support the podcast on Patreon. We have a variety of tiers starting at just $2 a month, offering early access to the podcast, bonus episodes and book recommendations tailored to you. Our aim, when we hit $50 a month, is to set up a fund to allow those with less money to buy books. If you are happy to donate for no reward you can do so on our website. A free way to show your support, and a very effective way of spreading the word, is to mention us on social media or review us on iTunes.We encourage you to support independent bookshops or libraries. You can find a list of independent bookshops to support on our website, many of which do home delivery. Books mentioned:A Brief History of Seven Killings by Marlon JamesGhosts by Dolly AldertonThe Most Fun We Ever Had by Clare LombardoThe Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires by Grady HendrixFledgling by Octavia ButlerGirl, Woman, Other by Bernadine EvaristoMr Loverman by Bernadine EvaristoWhere to find us:Instagram | Twitter | WebsiteSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 31st episode of The Bookcast Club, a book podcast for people who love to read and talk books. Today we welcome from the That's What We Read Podcast as co-host. Jenny and Holly discuss they're favourite genre of gothic fiction, sharing what exactly gothic fiction is, what it isn't and a few of their favourites. There's a couple of horror and true crime books thrown in for good measure, perfect reading for Halloween.Support The Bookcast ClubYou can support the podcast on Patreon. Our aim, when we hit $50 a month, is to set up a fund to allow those with less money to buy books. If you are happy to donate for no reward you can do so on our website. A free way to show your support, and a very effective way of spreading the word, is to mention us on social media or review us on iTunes.We encourage you to support independent bookshops or libraries. You can find a list of independent bookshops to support on our website, many of which do home delivery. Books mentioned:Chase Darkness With Me by Billy JensonI'll Be Gone in the Dark by Michelle McNamaraThe Animals at Lockwood Manor by Jane HealeyIt Will Just Be Us by Jo KaplanThe Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires by Grady HendrixThe Bloody Chamber by Angela CarterWe Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley JacksonShirley Jackson: A Rather Haunted Life by Ruth FranklinJane Eyre by Charlotte BronteWakenhyrst by Michelle PaverThin Air by Michelle PaverDark Matter by Michelle PaverBeloved by Toni MorrisonRevenge by Yoko OgawaRebecca by Daphne Du MaurierJamaica Inn by Daphne Du MaurierDracula by Bram StokerFall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allen PoeWuthering Heights by Emily BronteBone China by Laura PurcellThe Corset by Laura PurcellThe Silent Companions by Laura PurcellOther mentions:I'll Be Gone in the Dark TV series available on Sky and NOW TV in UKThe Gothic Fiction Book ClubShirley (Film)Where to find Holly:Instagram | Podcast | WebsiteWhere to find us:Instagram | Twitter | WebsiteSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 30th episode of The Bookcast Club, a book podcast for people who love to read and talk books. Today we've got a slightly different episode for you. The first in a new series called 'My Life in Books'. As bookish people we have a lot of bookish friends and we will be chatting to them about the books that have inspired and affected their lives. Our first episode is with Christine from StoryCraft. You can also find Christine on Instagram.Support The Bookcast ClubYou can support the podcast on Patreon. Our aim, when we hit $50 a month, is to set up a fund to allow those with less money to buy books. If you are happy to donate for no reward you can do so on our website. A free way to show your support, and a very effective way of spreading the word, is to mention us on social media or review us on iTunes.We encourage you to support independent bookshops or libraries. You can find a list of independent bookshops to support on our website, many of which do home delivery. Books mentioned:Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls WilderThe Babysitters Club series by Ann M Martin Das kunstseidene Mädchen / The Artificial Silk Girl by Irmgard KeunGilgi, One of Us / Gilgi, eine von uns by Irmgard KeunAnita LoosPossession by AS Byatt House of Leaves by Mark Z. DanielewskiS. by J.J. Abrams and Doug DorstGreen Island by Shawna Yang RyanHaroun and the Sea of Stories by Salmon RushdieBasically everything Salmon Rushdie has ever written  The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton JusterDave Eggers The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell (and his other works)Ali Smith David Sedaris Flow by Mihaly CsikszentmihalyiWhere to find us:Instagram | Twitter | WebsiteSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 29th episode of The Bookcast Club, a book podcast for people who love to read and talk books. Today, Sarah T and Jenny discuss historical fiction and recommend a whole host of books for you. Send any questions or ideas for future episodes to us on Twitter, Instagram or email.Support The Bookcast ClubYou can support the podcast on Patreon. Our aim, when we hit $50 a month, is to set up a fund to allow those with less money to buy books. If you are happy to donate for no reward you can do so on our website. A free way to show your support, and a very effective way of spreading the word, is to mention us on social media or review us on iTunes.We encourage you to support independent bookshops or libraries. You can find a list of independent bookshops to support on our website, many of which do home delivery. Books mentioned:Hamnet by Maggie O'FarrellThe Shadow Sister by Lucinda RileyThe Midnight Rose by Lucinda RileyThe Island of Sea Women by Lisa SeeThe Island at the End of Everything by Kiran Millwood HargraveMoloka'i by Alan BrennertA Diary of a Provincial Lady by E. M. DelafieldSnowflower and the Secret Fan by Lisa SeePeony in Love by Lisa SeeRiver of Darkness by Rennie AirthA Natural History of Dragons by Marie BrennenDelicious by Ruth ReiclCazalet Chronicles by Elizabeth Jane Howard Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi84 Charing Cross Road by Helene HanffLife after Life & God in Ruins by Kate Atkinson The Nightingale by Kristen HannahRules of Civility & Gentleman in Moscow by Amor TowlesWolf Hall by Hilary MantelSuite Française by Irène NémirovskyBird Cottage by Eva MeijerAtonement by Ian McEwanThe Night Watch by Sarah WatersBurial Rites by Hannah KentWhere to find us:Instagram | Twitter | WebsiteSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 28th episode of The Bookcast Club, a book podcast for people who love to read and talk books. Today, Sarah K and Jenny share where they get their book recommendations from. Send any questions or ideas for future episodes to us on Twitter, Instagram or email.Support The Bookcast ClubYou can support the podcast on Patreon. Our aim, when we hit $50 a month, is to set up a fund to allow those with less money to buy books. If you are happy to donate for no reward you can do so on our website. A free way to show your support, and a very effective way of spreading the word, is to mention us on social media or review us on iTunes.We encourage you to support independent bookshops or libraries. You can find a list of independent bookshops to support on our website, many of which do home delivery. Books mentioned:Real Life by Brandon TaylorSpirited by Julie CohenOrdinary People by Diana EvansNormal People by Sally RooneyThe Poisonwood Bible by Barbara KingsolverBluebird Bluebird by Attica LockeThe Memory Police by Yoko OgawaSuch a Fun Age by Keiley ReidYoutube channels mentioned:Russell / Ink and Paper Blog Mercedes / MercysBookishMusingsSeji / The Artisan Geek Natalie / Untamed Me Simon / Savidge ReadsLauren / Lauren and the BooksJen Campbell Miranda MillsKieren / KdbooksChannels we wish we'd mentioned:Nokukhanya / prettyxbookishLeynes / Books with Leynes Danielle / Thunderbird Woman ReadsChris / Chris Bookish Cauldron Book PrizesThe Booker PrizeThe Stella Prize The Readings Prize for New Australian FictionMiles Franklin Prize (Literary Fiction)The Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction The International Dylan Thomas Prize The Baillie Gifford Prize (non-fiction)PodcastsReading WomenBooks on the GoSentimental GarbageOverdueBacklistedBookshamblesSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 27th episode of The Bookcast Club, a book podcast for people who love to read and talk books. Today, Sarah T and Jenny talk you through the Booker Prize longlist. If you have any questions or ideas for future episodes please contact us on Twitter twitter.com/bookcastclub by email thebookcastclub@outlook.com or on Instagram www.instagram.com/bookcastclub/Support The Bookcast ClubIf you would like to support The Bookcast Club, please visit our Patreon page to find out more - www.patreon.com/bookcastclub Our aim, when we hit $50 a month, is to set up a fund to allow those with less money to buy books. If you are happy to donate for now reward you can do so on our website https://www.thebookcastclub.com/supportA free way to show your support, and a very effective way of spreading the word, is to mention us on social media or review us on iTunes.We encourage you to support independent bookshops or libraries. You can find a list of independent bookshops to support on our website, many of which do home delivery - www.thebookcastclub.com/post/a-list-o…ent-bookshopsBooks mentioned in this episode: The Great Believers - Rebecca MakkaiHamnet - Maggie O'FarrellHome Going - Yaa GyasiTipping the Velvet - Sarah WatersBooker Long List - https://thebookerprizes.com/booker-prize/news/2020-booker-prize-longlist-announcedWhere to find us:Website - www.thebookcastclub.comInstagram - www.instagram.com/bookcastclub/Twitter - twitter.com/bookcastclubPatreon - www.patreon.com/bookcastclubSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 26th episode of The Bookcast Club, a book podcast for people who love to read and talk books. Today, the two Sarahs share their favourite books of the year so far. If you have any questions or ideas for future episodes please contact us on Twitter twitter.com/bookcastclub by email thebookcastclub@outlook.com or on Instagram www.instagram.com/bookcastclub/Support The Bookcast ClubIf you would like to support The Bookcast Club, please visit our Patreon page to find out more - www.patreon.com/bookcastclub Our aim, when we hit $50 a month, is to set up a fund to allow those with less money to buy books.A free way to show your support, and a very effective way of spreading the word, is to mention us on social media or review us on iTunes.We encourage you to support independent bookshops or libraries. You can find a list of independent bookshops to support on our website, many of which do home delivery - www.thebookcastclub.com/post/a-list-o…ent-bookshopsBooks mentioned in this episode:Little Women - Louisa May AlcottSee What You Made Me Do - Jess HillWhere the Crawdads Sing - Delia OwensReservoir 13 - John McGregorI Am, I Am, I Am - Maggie O'FarrellThe Tidal Zone - Sarah MossTo War With Whitaker - Hermione RanfurlyThe Five - Hallie RubenholdWolf Hall - Hilary MantelDear Ijeawele - Chimamanda Ngozi AdichieDjinn Patrol on the Purple Line - Deepa AnapparaDucks Newburyport - Lucy EllmanThe Most Fun We've Ever Had - Claire LombardoThe Yield - Tara June Winch Educated - Tara WestoverAsk Again, Yes - Mary Beth KeaneThe Vanishing Half - Brit BennettSilver Sparrow - Tayari Jones An American Marriage - Tayari Jones Links mentionedEric Karl Anderson - http://lonesomereader.com/ Where to find us:Website - www.thebookcastclub.comInstagram - www.instagram.com/bookcastclub/Twitter - twitter.com/bookcastclubPatreon - www.patreon.com/bookcastclubSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 25th episode of The Bookcast Club, a book podcast for people who love to read and talk books. Today, Jenny and Alice share their favourite books of the year so far. If you have any questions or ideas for future episodes please contact us on Twitter twitter.com/bookcastclub by email thebookcastclub@outlook.com or on Instagram www.instagram.com/bookcastclub/Support The Bookcast ClubIf you would like to support The Bookcast Club, please visit our Patreon page to find out more - www.patreon.com/bookcastclub Our aim, when we hit $50 a month, is to set up a fund to allow those with less money to buy books. We encourage you to support independent bookshops or libraries. You can find a list of independent bookshops to support on our website - www.thebookcastclub.com/post/a-list-o…ent-bookshopsA free way to show your support, and a very effective way of spreading the word, is to mention us on social media or review us on iTunes.Books mentioned in this episode:Cow Girl - Kirsty EyreThe Talented Mr Ripley - Patricia HighsmithWhy I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race - Reni Eddo-LodgeLowborn - Kerry HudsonGirl, Woman, Other - Bernadine EvaristoBird Cottage - Eva MeijerWhere the Crawdads Sing - Delia OwensThe Gloaming - Kirsty LoganThe Rental Heart - Kirsty LoganFolk - Zoe GilbertDaisy Jones & the Six - Taylor Jenkins ReidThe Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo - Taylor Jenkins ReidThe Comparison Cure - Lucy SheridanThree Women - Lisa TaddeoThe Yellow Wallpaper - Charlotte Perkins GilmanLinks mentioned:Gothic Fiction Book Club - https://the-gothic-fiction-book-club.mn.co/share/h8okfmAQi8bV3wiN?utm_source=manualThe Yellow Wallpaper PDF - https://www.nlm.nih.gov/exhibition/theliteratureofprescription/exhibitionAssets/digitalDocs/The-Yellow-Wall-Paper.pdfWhere to find us:Website - www.thebookcastclub.comInstagram - www.instagram.com/bookcastclub/Twitter - twitter.com/bookcastclubPatreon - www.patreon.com/bookcastclubSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 24th episode of The Bookcast Club, a book podcast for people who love to read and talk books. Today, Sarah T, Sarah K and Jenny dedicate the episode to books by black authors. If you have any questions or ideas for future episodes please contact us on Twitter twitter.com/bookcastclub by email thebookcastclub@outlook.com or on Instagram www.instagram.com/bookcastclub/Vote for The Bookcast ClubVoting is still open for the Listeners' Choice Award at the British Bookcast Awards. Vote for the podcast here - www.britishpodcastawards.com/vote voting closes on the 6th July 2020. Remember to finalise your vote using the email they send you.Support The Bookcast ClubIf you would like to support The Bookcast Club, please visit our Patreon page to find out more - www.patreon.com/bookcastclub Our aim, when we hit $50 a month, is to set up a fund to allow those with less money to buy books. We encourage you to support independent bookshops or libraries. You can find a list of independent bookshops to support, including black-owned bookshops on our website - https://www.thebookcastclub.com/post/a-list-of-uk-lgbtq-black-owned-independent-bookshopsBooks mentioned in this episode:Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race - Reni Eddo-LodgeThe Vanishing Half - Brit Bennett The Mothers - Brit BennettThe Source of Self-Regard - Toni MorrisonRed at the Bone - Jacqueline WoodsonThe Fish Girl - Mirandi RiwoeThis Lovely City - Louise HareSmall Island - Andrea LevyHere Comes the Sun - Nicole Dennis-BennThe Underground Railroad - Colson WhiteheadWashington Black - Esi EdugyanHow to be an Anti-racist - Ibram X. KendiFrom Scratch - Tembi LockeBeloved - Toni MorrisonLinks mentioned:Ibram Kendi TED talk - https://www.ted.com/talks/ibram_x_kendi_the_difference_between_being_not_racist_and_antiracist?utm_campaign=tedspread&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=tedcomshareLiterary Friction Reni Eddo-Lodge episode - https://soundcloud.com/literaryfriction/race-2020Toni Morrison's Beloved Book Club - https://www.facebook.com/groups/therereadingclub/Christine's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/storycraftnl/Where to find us:Website - www.thebookcastclub.comInstagram - www.instagram.com/bookcastclub/Twitter - twitter.com/bookcastclubSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 23rd episode of The Bookcast Club, a book podcast for people who love to read and talk books. Today, Sarah T and Alice discuss books to read for Pride Month, as well as their recent and current reads. If you have any questions or ideas for future episodes please contact us on Twitter twitter.com/bookcastclub by email thebookcastclub@outlook.com or on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/bookcastclub/Vote for The Bookcast ClubVoting is still open for the Listeners' Choice Award at the British Bookcast Awards. Vote for the podcast here - https://www.britishpodcastawards.com/vote voting closes on the 6th July 2020. Remember to finalise your vote using the email they send you.Support The Bookcast ClubIf you would like to support The Bookcast Club, please visit our Patreon page to find out more - www.patreon.com/bookcastclub Our aim, when we hit $50 a month, is to set up a fund to allow those with less money to buy books. We encourage you to support independent bookshops or libraries. You can find a list of LGBTQ+ independent bookshops to support below.Books mentioned in this episode:Where the Crawdad Sings - Delia OwensAsk Again, Yes - Mary Beth KeaneThe Most Fun We Ever Had - Claire LombardoLittle Fires Everywhere - Celeste NgThree Women - Lisa TaddeoBird Song - Sebastian FaulksDaisy Jones & the Six - Taylor Jenkins ReidThe Power - Naomi AldermanRebecca - Daphne Du MaurierThe Vanishing Half - Brit BennettThe Hearts Invisible Furies - John BoyneThe Colour Purple - Alice WalkerOn Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous - Ocean VuongGirl, Woman, Other - Bernadine EvaristoThe Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo - Taylor Jenkins ReidExciting Times - Naoise DolanTipping the Velvet - Sarah WatersJulian is a Mermaid - Jessica LoveWonderland - Juno DawsonAudre LordeIndependent LGBTQ+ Bookshops to support:Gays the Word - https://www.facebook.com/gaystheword/Category is Books - https://www.categoryisbooks.com/ who are offering a book delivery service. They also run a fantastic pay it forward scheme that you can donate to.Paned o Ge - https://www.paned-o-ge.wales/shop.html They also allow you to 'pay it forward' and purchase a copy of their current book club read for someone else.The Portal Bookshop - https://the-portal-bookshop.square.site/Out on the Page https://www.outonthepage.co.uk/ are a great organisation that offer writing retreats, community and support to LGBTQ+ writers.More book recommendations:Penguin Pride https://www.penguin.co.uk/campaigns/pride/Where to find us:Website - www.thebookcastclub.comInstagram - www.instagram.com/bookcastclub/Twitter - twitter.com/bookcastclubSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
We have recorded this episode in support of the Black Lives Matter Movement. We have decided to keep episode 22 private for the time being, it may be published in the future, but it felt more important to record this episode for today.Non Fiction mentioned:How to be an Anti-racist - Ibram X KendiJust Mercy - Bryan StevensonI Am Not Your Baby Mother - Candice BrathwaiteWhy I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race - Reni Eddo-LodgeMe & White Supremacy - Layla SaadDon't Touch My Hair - Emma Dabiri'Kill the Black One First' - Michael FullerWho Do You Serve? Who Do You Protect? - Various - free until the 5th of June from Haymarket Books - https://www.haymarketbooks.org/books/952-who-do-you-serve-who-do-you-protectFiction mentioned:Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s entire body of work, but particularly Half of a Yellow Sun and Purple HibiscusAn American Marriage - Tayari JonesWhen I Hit You - Meena KhandesamyAll of Han Kang’s writing, but particularly The VegetarianBernadine Evaristo’s entire back catalogue, which is going to be republished.Everything Toni Morrison has ever written. Creators mentioned:Reading Women Podcast54Lights PodcastThe Artisan Geek - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCamkpihJtPvMuH49D6FejEw who has provided the following resources:Black Literature Compendium - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ffsB6mzGdOlHztJOCyFjFLYcfpP7l6H5UrV45tz42eg/editA list of diverse reviewers, both on Youtube and Instagram: https://theartisangeek.com/diversereviewers/Publishers mentioned:Haymarket Books - https://www.haymarketbooks.org/Hope Road - https://www.hoperoadpublishing.com/Jacaranda - https://www.jacarandabooksartmusic.co.uk/Lantana - https://lantanapublishing.com/Knights Of - http://knightsof.media/Spread the Word 'Writing the Future' Report - https://www.spreadtheword.org.uk/writing-the-future/Other links mentioned:“I Am Disgusted. Booktube Needs to Do Better | BLACK LIVES MATTER” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUq0ZbswSnwIncarceration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Australia: https://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/Lookup/by%20Subject/4517.0~2016~Main%20Features~Aboriginal%20and%20Torres%20Strait%20Islander%20prisoner%20characteristics~5 Blackfulla_bookclub: https://www.instagram.com/blackfulla_bookclub/If you have any questions or ideas for future episodes please contact us on Twitter (@bookcastclub) or by emailing thebookcastclub@outlook.comVote for The Bookcast ClubVoting is currently open for the Listeners' Choice Award in the British Podcast Awards. Vote for The Bookcast Club here - www.britishpodcastawards.com/vote Remember to validate your vote through the email they send you.Support The Bookcast ClubIf you would like to support The Bookcast Club, please visit my Patreon page to find out more - www.patreon.com/notestothemoonFull show notes can be found on www.notestothemoon.co.ukSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 21st episode of The Bookcast Club. Today, Sarah T and Alice discuss their love for re-reading, as well as their recent and current reads. If you have any questions or ideas for future episodes please contact us on Twitter (@bookcastclub) or by emailing thebookcastclub@outlook.comVote for The Bookcast ClubVoting is currently open for the Listeners' Choice Award in the British Podcast Awards. Vote for The Bookcast Club here - https://www.britishpodcastawards.com/vote Remember to validate your vote through the email they send you.Support The Bookcast ClubIf you would like to support The Bookcast Club, please visit my Patreon page to find out more - www.patreon.com/notestothemoon You can also support the podcast by using the following affiliate links to buy your books.Books mentioned in this episode:https://amzn.to/36jVjsL Exciting Times - Naoise Dolanhttps://amzn.to/2XguEZE The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo – Taylor Jenkins Reidhttps://amzn.to/2XmXpns Daisy Jones and the Six - Taylor Jenkins Reidhttps://amzn.to/3eamjgV An American Marriage - Tayari Joneshttps://amzn.to/2WSFGFj Silver Sparrow – Tayari Joneshttps://amzn.to/2Ztg3wA Adults – Emma Jane Unsworthhttps://amzn.to/3cWwKo5 The Dutch House – Ann Patchetthttps://amzn.to/2zWxE5s Becoming – Michelle Obamahttps://amzn.to/2ASpfAw Brother of the More Famous Jack – Barbara Trapidohttps://amzn.to/2zZPBA2 Den of Thieves – James B. Stewarthttps://amzn.to/3bW6Mja I'll Be Gone in the Dark – Michelle McNamarahttps://amzn.to/3bT6CJE Olive – Emma Gannonhttps://amzn.to/3gdHzEp The Multi-Hyphen Method – Emma Gannonhttps://amzn.to/2ZtgVBm The Time Traveller's Wife – Audrey Niffenegger https://amzn.to/2LMpKhE The Secret History - Donna Tartthttps://amzn.to/3cVoZyH The Goldfinch - Donna Tartthttps://amzn.to/2WUsGiQ Tampa - Alissa Nuttinghttps://amzn.to/36mPkmK A Little Life – Hanya Yanagiharahttps://amzn.to/2zVdqch Rebecca - Daphne Du Maurierhttps://amzn.to/3eanIUJ Suite Francaise - Irène Némirovskyhttps://amzn.to/2WUBWDx The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets - Eva Ricehttps://amzn.to/2ZEepIT The Cazalet Chronicles - Elizabeth Jane HowardFull show notes can be found on www.notestothemoon.co.ukSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 20th episode of The Bookcast Club. The two Sarah's take the helm today and discuss the Women's Prize for Fiction 2020, as well as their recent and current reads. If you have any questions or ideas for future episodes please contact us on Twitter (@bookcastclub) or by emailing thebookcastclub@outlook.comSupport The Bookcast Club If you would like to support The Bookcast Club, please visit my Patreon page to find out more. You can also support the podcast by using the following affiliate links to buy your books.Books mentioned in this episode:The Final Empire (#1 in the original Mistborn trilogy)- Brandon Sanderson See What You Made Me Do – Jess Hill Djinn Patrol on the Purple Line - Deepa AnapparaThe Most Fun We Ever Had - Claire Lombardo The Casual Vacancy – J.K. Rowling The Trouble with Goats and Sheep – Joanna CanonThree Things About Elsie – Joanna Canon The Mirror and the Light – Hilary Mantel Hamnet – Maggie O’Farrell A Thousand Ships – Natalie Haynes Dominicana – Angie Cruz Weather – Jenny Offill Girl, Woman, Other – Bernadine Evaristo The Silence of the Girls – Pat Baker Circe – Madeline Miller The Song of Achilles – Madeline Miller Lincoln in the Bardo – George Saunders Instructions For a Heatwave – Maggie O’Farrell The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox – Maggie O’FarrellThe Handmaid’s Tale – Margaret Atwood Wolf Hall – Hilary Mantel The Blind Assassin – Margaret AtwoodFull show notes available at www.notestothemoon.co.ukSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 19th episode of The Bookcast Club. Today I introduce two new members of the Bookcast Club, Sarah T and Sarah K. We hope between us we can now get episodes out to you fortnightly. If you have any questions or ideas for future episodes please contact us on Twitter @bookcastclub or by email. You can support The Bookcast Club by signing up as a Patreon - www.patreon.com/bookcastclub or by buying books using our affiliate links.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 18th episode of The Bookcast Club. We're chatting favourite escapist reads and also looking for a new co-host! Send any future questions or topics you would like us to cover to @bookcastclub on Twitter or email thebookcastclub@outlook.com Show notes will be made available at www.notestothemoon.co.uk You can support The Bookcast Club by signing up as a Patreon - www.patreon.com/notestothemoonSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 17th episode of The Bookcast Club. We're back and talking about our favourite reads over the last 6 months. Send any future questions or topics you would like us to cover to @bookcastclub on Twitter or email thebookcastclub@outlook.com Show notes will be made available at www.notestothemoon.co.uk You can support The Bookcast Club by signing up as a Patreon - www.patreon.com/notestothemoonSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 16th episode of The Bookcast Club where Alice and Jenny quiz writer Abigail Mann about her debut novel The Lonely Fajita (working title). The three of us discuss current and recent reads, as well as posing your questions to Abigail about her book and writing process. Send any future questions or topics you would like us to cover to @bookcastclub on Twitter or email thebookcastclub@outlook.com Show notes will be made available at www.notestothemoon.co.uk You can support The Bookcast Club by signing up as a Patreon - www.patreon.com/notestothemoonSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 15th episode of The Bookcast Club where Alice and Jenny discuss current and recent reads, and share our thoughts on our joint read of Madeleine Miller's Circe. Send any future questions or topics you would like us to cover to @bookcastclub on Twitter or email thebookcastclub@outlook.com Show notes will be made available at www.notestothemoon.co.uk You can support The Bookcast Club by signing up as a Patreon - www.patreon.com/notestothemoonSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 14th episode of The Bookcast Club where Alice and Jenny discuss current and recent reads, and our thoughts on the Women's Prize for Fiction longlist 2019. Send any future questions or topics you would like us to cover to @bookcastclub on Twitter or email thebookcastclub@outlook.com Show notes will be made available at www.notestothemoon.co.uk You can support The Bookcast Club by signing up as a Patreon - www.patreon.com/notestothemoonSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 13th episode of The Bookcast Club where Alice and Jenny discuss current and recent reads, and our reading plans for 2019. Send any future questions or topics you would like us to cover to @bookcastclub on Twitter or email thebookcastclub@outlook.com Show notes will be made available at www.notestothemoon.co.uk You can support The Bookcast Club by signing up as a Patreon - www.patreon.com/notestothemoonSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 12th episode of The Bookcast Club where Alice and Jenny discuss current and recent reads, and our top books of 2018. Send any future questions or topics you would like us to cover to @bookcastclub on Twitter or email thebookcastclub@outlook.com Show notes will be made available at www.notestothemoon.co.uk You can support The Bookcast Club by signing up as a Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/notestothemoonSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the 11th episode of The Bookcast Club where Alice and Jenny discuss current and recent reads, and our recommendations for Halloween and autumnal reads. Send any future questions or topics you would like us to cover to @bookcastclub on Twitter or email thebookcastclub@outlook.com Show notes will be made available at www.notestothemoon.co.ukSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the tenth episode of The Bookcast Club where Alice and Jenny discuss current and recent reads, and our thoughts on the Man Booker longlist. Send any future questions or topics you would like us to cover to @bookcastclub on Twitter or email thebookcastclub@outlook.com Show notes available at www.notestothemoon.co.ukSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the ninth episode of The Bookcast Club where Alice and Jenny discuss current and recent reads, and our experience at the Hay-on-Wye Literary Festival. Send any future questions or topics you would like us to cover to @bookcastclub on Twitter or email thebookcastclub@outlook.com Show notes available at www.notestothemoon.co.ukSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
Welcome to the eighth episode of The Bookcast Club where Alice and Jenny discuss current and recent reads, the Women's Prize for Fiction long list and our plans for the Hay-on-Wye Literary Festival. Send any future questions or topics you would like us to cover to @bookcastclub on Twitter or email thebookcastclub@outlook.com Show notes available at www.notestothemoon.co.ukSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bookcastclub)
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Created by
The Bookcast Club
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Apr 23rd, 2017
Latest Episode
Oct 9th, 2020
Release Period
2 per month
Episodes
32
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic

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