2013-2014 Year in Review
We’re capping year two of Novel Ideas with our Year in Review episode. In this episode we list our Top and Bottom 5 books of the year, as well as handing out various awards for books we read this year. Subjects include the typical, such as: classics, YA, science fiction, bestsellers, characters, and social issues. We also get into some of our usual silliness like the importance of staying alive versus finding a boyfriend, weird sex, Gabs ships, and terrible ad copy. For those of you playing at home, see if you can guess which twenty minutes were punched in after the fact.
The music bump is “Happy” by Pharrell Williams.
At the end of this episode, we will tell you that our next episode will be a “A Good Man is Hard to Find” by Flannery O’Connor, but I think it will actually be The Subtle Knife by Philip Pullman.
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2 thoughts on “2013-2014 Year in Review”
March 31, 2014 at 6:41 pm
I just listened to this episode and I really enjoyed it. And my undeservingly huge ego enjoyed the shout out and that you guys read my questions. Much love. Even though you two dodged the easiest question of them all.
That’s cool. I am a legend even if it is in my own mind.
I can’t wait until the next episode. And I will continue to type your podcast.
August 5, 2014 at 1:37 am
Hey I just want to ask with the face punching question, wouldn’t Joffery Lannister and Christian Grey be eiliagable for it?