Sorry for the brief hiatus, listeners. But like always, we're back! We discuss an oft-submitted topic suggestion: audio books! Many of you have asked us to delve into this subject, and we graciously oblige. Make sure you listen all the way through because we're also bringing back the Special Reading!
Sorry for the delay, crackheads! Another week, another topic from Sean's brain. In this episode we put together our favorite authors and moviemakers...who would make the best adaptation of your favorite book? What author would be the best screenwriter for your favorite film? PLUS find out which of your favorite hosts is sick! All this and more in episode 105!
We've heard your prayers, and we're bringing back readings! Get introduced to Zane's new house (and frog), and listen to the gang read 3 different stories that remind them of Memorial Day, Americana, & the start of Summer.
As you can imagine, we're extremely fond of libraries here at Cracking The Spine. Listener Aimee once again gives us a great topic, and asks us how to make the most of our library cards. AND BOY HOWDY do we have some advice for her. Also, naturally, we delve into a big argument about The Crystal Skull. PART TIME.
Thanks to awesome listener Aimee for this week's great topic. We discuss merchandise for the things that we love, and our desperate need to own it. We just need it, okay? We can stop anytime we want. Quit judging us!
Sorry for the brief hiatus, dear readers! Life gets in the way, but we're here now. This week we get super topical, and discuss true crime. Inspired by Michelle McNamara's help in finding the Golden State Killer, we talk about true crime's influence in the real world.
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY! We made it to 100 episodes, and we couldn't have done it without your patronage and the help of a German economics podcast. For this very special episode we take a look back at our history, and reminisce about the good times and the butthurt. Thanks for sticking with us! We love you.
What would we do without our precious listeners? This week we discuss a topic submitted by Michael. (Thank you, dude, for giving us something to talk about!) We discuss experiencing physical sensations from well-written books, and Zane loses her mind thanks to a headache.
Sometimes when we need topic ideas, we take to googling. We're only human, after all. This week's googling unearthed a surprisingly deep topic of conversation. Do readers have the right to critique the work of a writer, even though they can't claim ownership over the work? Also we ate too much food before we recorded and...there's a lot of burping. Sorry.