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Judging Book Covers Podcast

A bi-weekly book club podcast where two guests read and discuss a new book every week alongside host, Meghan Griffin.
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Now displaying: October, 2018
Oct 22, 2018

Stephanie and Meghan sit down to discuss a classic horror/gothic/sci-fi novel: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley! We also are so excited it is fall, so there is some fall food discussion as well. 

If you haven't read this amazing classic novel, treat yourself to a new annotated collection! (Or buy Meghan one, she's apparently really wanting one.) It is 200 years this year, and it definitely holds up as to why it's a classic and important book. 

We make more Buffy and Angel analogies, discuss whether Victor or the monster is the worse villain, and is there is a purpose to Mary making her female characters so passive. 

Book Drink: Anything green and halloween-ish! 

Find us on the web:

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

Find our hosts:

Meghan's Twitter | Stephanie's Instagram

Oct 14, 2018

We apologize for the week delay — NYCC was a bit too much to balance! Don't worry, we will be back next week with a new episode.

As for this week, we read We Sold Our Soul by Grady Hendrix, one of the best contemporary horror authors! This book is a fun combination of metal music and Faustian horror! 

Stephanie postulates that this book is maybe a Serenity fan fic, Meghan and Chris discuss if this book shows if Grady Hendrix is a fan of metal or not, and we all discuss the actual horrors of this book!  

Book Drink: Metal music infused beer

Find us on the web:

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

Find our hosts:

Meghan's Twitter | Stephanie's Instagram

and guest: 

The Citadel Podcast | Chris's Twitter

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