Three books by Suzanne Collins (2008â€“2010)
New year, New season, Same ol' Laura and Meggie. Kicking off another year of YA, the best friends are back and more excited than ever as they crack open Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games: the first book in the beloved trilogy that quickly rose to popularity in the late aughts. Katniss Everdeen lives a meager and strenuous life in her home of District 12. Each year, the nation of Panem hosts an event in which teens are raffled off to participate in a fight to the death called The Hunger Games. After her sister gets called out as her district's tribute, Katniss volunteers to take her place and is immediately whisked off into the high stakes adventure of trying to win the game and save herself. If you enjoy the show please rate, review and subscribe, and don't forget to check out the host's Instagram, @yeehaw_meg, and @laura_nicole_petro.This show is a part of Audio Mint. If you want to follow us, check us out on Instagram and Facebook, @audiomintchi, and if you want to support us, check out our Patreon by searching, “Audio Mint” on the app or website!Intro music by Richard BrassealeShow poster by Andreas Aristides
Galyn does the first half of the podcast Solo, where he talks about the irony of Squid Games and Stop Asian Hate, Hunger Games, and the time he caught his homie getting cheated on. Followed by answering comments and questions submitted on instagram. Halfway thru Brandon walks in and joins the podcast to help answer the remaining questions. THE BEST SOLO EP SO FAR, enjoy!!
The United States is growing more dysfunctional, and it's increasingly obvious that our political systems are designed to fail. Can we continue to exist as a unified country for another fifty years? Or will our future look like the Hunger Games, with an unrecognizable USA? To find out, we asked New York Times columnist Jamelle Bouie. Show notes: www.ouropinionsarecorrect.com/shownotes
In this episode, I'm sharing two of my favorite ways to test out a story idea before you start writing a single word. Here's a preview of what you'll hear in the episode:[01:50] The goal of these two exercises is to find out which foundational pieces of your story still need to be fleshed out. Better to find out now than halfway through a draft![01:10] Exercise #1: Write a 1-2 sentence summary of your story. Try to capture the WHO, the WHAT, and the WHY of your global story.[04:45] If you don't know all the answers, look to your genre for clues! Your story's global genre will give you the framework for these summaries (and so much more).[06:00] If an idea does fall flat in this 1-2 sentence summary, this does NOT mean the story idea isn't good. It just means there's more work to do to flesh out the foundational elements required to write a full-length story.[06:30} Exercise #2: Write a 250-word (or less) summary of your story. Take your short summary and expand the WHO, the WHAT, and the WHY. Add details about your setting, too.[08:00] An example of a summary from The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.[11:20] Final thoughts and episode recapFollow & Review in Apple PodcastsAre you following my podcast? If not, I want to encourage you to do that today so that you don't miss an episode! Especially because I'm adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix and if you're not following the show, there's a good chance you'll miss out on those. So, click here to follow this show in Apple Podcasts!If you're already a follower, and if you enjoy the show, I would be really grateful if you left a review over on Apple Podcasts, too. These reviews help other writers find my podcast and they're also super fun for me to go in and read. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favorite part of the show is. Thanks in advance!Links mentioned in this episode:Ep. 2 - Understanding Genre: How to Write BetterIMDB.com the Internet Movie Data BaseFREE Masterclass: 5 Little-Known Mistakes Most Fiction Writers Make (+ What To Do Instead). Click here to save your seat!Click here to register for the free masterclass > The 5 Little-Known Mistakes Most Fiction Writers Make (+ What to Do Instead). In this masterclass, we're going to talk about the most common mistakes I see writers make so that you can avoid them and write your draft in the most efficient way possible.
Welcome to Season #3 Episode #2 of That Pretentious Book Club!In this week's episode Spoons and Wheezy cover the genre-defining YA dystopian favorite, The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. A story we all know and love, the hosts have plenty to say about the plot, characters, and their own personal experiences being middle grade fans when the books came out. Recorded remotely due to illness, the audio in this episode + Wheezy's voice is extra special.Pour yourself a cup of tea, raise a pinky, and join the club for this discussion of The Hunger Games.Skippers jump to 13:03 Visit us at storysirensstudio.com or find us on social media @thatpretentiousbookclubCheck out our sister podcast The Scripturient Society for writers!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/storysirensstudio)
Welcome to the first episode of 2022! This week Jacklyn and Alli throw it back to high school with The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins! Alli absolutely gushes about Peeta and we chat about the impact this series had on our younger selves. Books Mentioned: -From Blood and Ash - Jennifer L. Armentrout -Twilight - Stephenie Meyer -New Moon - Stephenie Meyer -Kingdom of Ash - Sarah J. Maas -Catching Fire - Suzanne Collins -Mocking Jay - Suzanne Collins -Dipped in Holly - Dana Isaly -Fever - Maya Banks -Rush - Maya Banks -Burn - Maya Banks -Games We Play - Dana Isaly -Heir of Fire - Sarah J. Maas -Queen of Shadows - Sarah J. Maas -It Happened One Summer - Tessa Bailey -The Love Hypothesis - Ali Hazelwood -Whiteout - Lovesbitca8 -Everyday, a little death - Lovesbitca8 -A Dress with Pockets - PacficRimbaud -Every little thing She Does - Monsterleadmehome -Voices Drifting - Raven_Maiden -Never have I ever -meditationsinemergencies -Beach Read - Emily Henry -The Savage and the Swan - Ella Fields -Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince -The Fine Print - Lauren Asher -Dance with the Fae Prince - Elise Kova -Deal with the Elf King - Elise Kova
Plenty of journalists have had the experience of being “trolled” – attacked on social media for what they have written or said, often in terms which can be both offensive and sometimes frightening. Tessa Wong was trolled after reporting on China, but rather than simply accepting the abuse, she tried to find out why so many people had launched these attacks. What she found was that some of them were not the spontaneous outbursts of outraged citizens which they might have appeared. Rather it seems that key social media political influencers are being encouraged in their work by the Chinese authorities. It should have been a fairly straight-forward task for our reporter in the Seychelles, Patrick Muirhead. A financial scandal has hit the island nation, and various high profile people have been accused of taking money intended for its citizens. Patrick was in court to cover the proceedings, and was also offered the chance to interview the Seychelles' President about the affair. However, this is a small country, and he was on first name terms with both the President, and with some of those in the dock. He admits, it was quite a challenge to report on the story with detachment. 2022 has started with some speculating that this could be the year in which Covid is beaten – not that the virus will disappear completely, but that it might become endemic, and certainly not killing people on anything like the scale seen so far. Yet even if by some miracle the Coronavirus were to vanish altogether, the effects of these past two years will be with us for a long time. In Peru, for example, tens of thousands of children have lost parents to Covid, and this in a country which already suffers from widespread poverty. As Jane Chambers explains, the death of a family breadwinner can leave children facing terrible hardship, along with the grief. Meeting a rebel leader can be difficult at the best of times, but particularly so if that leader is under arrest. Joshua Craze, was on the trail of General Simon Gatwich, from one of the factions which has been fighting in South Sudan. The country broke away from Sudan following a long battle for independence, but then itself split into different factions. Although a peace agreement has been reached, it's considered a fragile one. General Gatwich headed north, to Sudan itself, so Joshua Craze tried to find out what exactly he was up to there. History has seen many symbolic acts of resistance: banging saucepans, for example, was an expression of rebellion in revolutionary France, and was more recently taken up by protestors in Latin America. Pro-democracy campaigners in Thailand and Myanmar, meanwhile, have taken to given a three finger salute, taken from the film, The Hunger Games. But there is another historical act of rebellion which might have passed you by: eating cake. That is what people in Denmark did for more than a century, as Amy Guttman explains.
We're kicking off season four with one of the topics that we get the most requests for, and that is all things related to essential questions. You want to know how to best write them and use them, so we are sharing a special Dystopian-themed essential question workshop. This workshop is unique because it features a conversation with one of our listeners, Taylor. You'll hear Amanda and Taylor walk through the unfiltered process of crafting an engaging and effective essential question for her Hunger Games unit. Join Curriculum Rehab: curriculumrehab.com/course SHOW NOTES: bravenewteaching.com/essential-question-workshop
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins Andy and Dani start The Hunger Games trilogy. Will they stay on topic, The Hunger Games but with cats, Dani tries to stop saying “really”, could we survive the games, young love, Rue hit Andy hard, and of course Survivor.
Information is meant to be shared with others- others that is with a need to know. CISOs may find that their organization is sharing with other entities without proper procedures in place. What if there are 90 of these organizations? Join this podcast to learn from a healthcare CISO who tackled this dilemma and subsequently changed a government law! To view the article from the CISO COMPASS Book that sparked this interview, please visit: https://securityweekly.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/CISOSTORIES_Samantha_Thomas_Article.pdf Thomas, S. 2019. Privacy Hunger Games: Change the Rules. In CISO COMPASS: Navigating Cybersecurity Leadership Challenges with Insights from Pioneers, 1st Ed, pg 344. Fitzgerald, T. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Fl. www.amazon.com/author/toddfitzgerald Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/csp51 This segment is sponsored by Cybereason. Visit https://www.cybereason.com/cisostories to learn more about them! Visit https://securityweekly.com/csp for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/cyberleaders Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cybersecuritycollaborative/
We discuss Part 4 of Albert Camus' "The Rebel", "Rebellion and Art". In this section, Camus discusses the relationship between art, rebellion, and revolution. We also somehow end up discussing Harry Potter and the Hunger Games.
What do the Hunger Games and social media have in common? Tune in as Detective Walton and Coach Ashlie Walton break down one of the latest social media trends that every officer should be aware of. Like what you hear? We are honored. Hit that subscribe button and share your thoughts in a review. If you or someone you know may be a fit to be a guest on our show, please reach out to us! Balance. Optimize. Tactics. Hit that subscribe button so that you don't miss a day of the added value that I am dedicated to sharing with you weekly. Let's Connect! Facebook Instagram Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn Website: www.leowarriors.com
We recorded this episode early in November, and then, between life and the holidays, didn't have time to edit/release it until now. Sorry about that! In this episode (which is a milestone for us), we talk about libraries, dangerous tea, an arbitrary and difficult canoe trip, an impromptu adventure in closure, the One Pot Life, defining a classic, disturbing the Geese Peace, one final bike ride, when Christmas comes too early, cut Catchupcast content, a real-life Hunger Games, and, finally, NaNoWriMo and the struggle to write. Happy Holidays from Ethan and Isaac! Buy Ethan's book! https://amzn.to/2SSSCf2 Check out our Twitter account (@KetchupCast) or send us an email at email@example.com! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ethan-mcatee/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ethan-mcatee/support
Instagram says Shean and Shane are inciting violence. There's a strange man in Shane's yard. Shean's discussing philosophy with his uber driver. Trump's been boostered. Rittenhouse's media blitz proves we're in The Hunger Games. And Kamala's mask slips on Charlamagne's show. Wars and rumors of war. Friends gaslighting friends. Rape and love letters. Enrique and his mole. The guys also discuss: how to know whether or not you're in a cult; how many times President Biden coughed during his Omicron speech; and little white girls telling black men to mask up. Plus, Shean gifts Shane a free therapy session for Christmas — live, on air, during Ready Slow.
Isa teaches Jane about GMOs. Lizzie Logan is a comedy writer whose work has been featured in Vulture, Flood, Glamour, Reductress, The Onion, McSweeney's and The New Yorker. You can follow her across social platforms at @lizzzzzielogan or learn more about her at LizzieLogan.com. She has a cat named Matilda. Subscribe to our Patreon and get access to patrons-only perks at patreon.com/underthebleacherspod!
John Paul Rice began his film career in Georgia working on Jerry Bruckheimer's Remember The Titans starring Denzel Washington and We Were Soldiers, starring Mel Gibson.In 2001, John landed a position at the Los Angeles film finance, sales and production company Senator International, a US division of Senator Films in Germany (which later became Mandate Pictures) led by industry veteran Joseph Drake, executive producer of The Hunger Games, Juno, The Grudge, Harold and Kumar among others. Under Joe's leadership, John developed an interest in producing independent feature films.In 2008, Mr. Rice formed No Restrictions Entertainment with filmmaker Edgar Michael Bravo. Over the past 12 years the duo has produced 7 compelling independent films; One Hour Fantasy Girl, The Magic Stone, Memories of a Lost Love, Mark's Secret to Eternal Life, A Nice Quiet Life, A Child's Voice, and most recently Game Day an authentic and powerful story for today about a dysfunctional family that fights passionately among themselves but never gives up on each other.All 7 films tell bold, authentic, real-life stories of survival in the face of uncertainty with hope and love for a better world.For the links in the video, here are the direct links for Game Day and A Child's Voice:Game DayWorldwide https://vimeo.com/ondemand/gamedayAmazon (US) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09LVT21G5/A Child's VoiceWorldwide https://vimeo.com/ondemand/achildsvoiceTubi (US) https://tubitv.com/movies/637145/a-child-s-voice No Restrictions Entertainmenthttps://www.norestrictionsent.comInstagram/Twitter/Gab @norestrictions
Mecca and Ashley recap 2021 from that infamous day January 6, 2021, the Hunger Games quest to get vaccinated, the opening of Elevated Meditation Studio and a surprise life event for Ashley. What are you going to do in 2022? Stay tuned in as Mecca and Ashley break down what they hope to manifest in 2022. Follow us on Instagram:@incensewhiskey@mecca_elevated - Mecca@booksbourbonbanter - AshleyIncense and Whiskey is featured and edited by: The Bring Me 2 Life Network.Find more high vibe inspirational podcasts and more at www.BringMe2Life.com
durée : 01:13:36 - Blockbusters, le podcast - De nombreuses séries ont mis en scène de manière dystopique les méfaits d'une société du spectacle, mais aussi les dérives d'un système totalitaire, mais rarement œuvre n'a abordé aussi frontalement le rapport de lutte des classes et même de révolutions populaires qu'Hunger Games de Suzanne Collins.
Ben Burrell is in for Dave this morning and some technical difficulties turn the studio into The Hunger Games. We also hear from the "Zero Heroes" who haven't started their Christmas shopping yet and one of you decides it isn't enough to put Christmas at risk, an 18th Birthday is also on the line!
Isabelle Fuhrman is best known for her roles as Esther in the 2009 psychological horror film Orphan and Clove in the 2012 dystopian adventure film The Hunger Games. She has been labelled as a "horror icon" for portraying Esther. I had Isabelle on the show to discuss her latest film The Novice A college freshman joins her university's rowing team and undertakes an obsessive physical and psychological journey to make it to the top varsity boat, no matter the cost. The will be in theatres and on demand Friday, Dec. 17th --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/followingfilms/support
Back in the 90s Hannah and Shannon were isolated homeschoolers who didn't have much in life, but DID have Animorphs. Being tiny little blonde girls with attitude problems the importance of Rachel cannot be overstated. Then Mama Applegate murdered Rachel. Then Hannah and Shannon met Mama Applegate. Hugs and hate mail ensued.Phucked up topics include: PTSD in war veterans, beating a man to death with your own severed arm, murdering your family for the cause of the war, Native American genocide, 90s Feminism, gender fluidity, 9/11, Columbine, Desert Storm, The Holocaust, and defeating Nazis with cocaine.Many tangents including The Hunger Games, Dear America, The Royal Diaries, The Giver, Number the Stars, His Dark Materials, and Grace and Frankie, somehow?See more of Shannon (and sometimes Hannah) talking about controversial literature at https://boundandgaggedbooks.wordpress.com/
Today's episode features psychotherapist Megan Devine talking about her new podcast "Here After with Megan Devine, actress and writer Emily Marie Palmer ("Cobra Kai", "Hunger Games") shares her new movie "The Last Son" - which releases tomorrow (12/10/21), singer A. Jay Popoff from the band Lit talks about the new podcast and their now double platinum single "My Own Worst Enemy", and singer-songwriter Mary Sarah shares her latest holiday-themed release of the John Denver classic "Take Me Home, Country Roads". We also talk about the last year, her being a new mom, and looking forward to her first Christmas as a mom! For complete episode lineup, socials, merch and more visit www.GQwithCam.com You can help support this indie podcast with a donation at www.BuyMeACoffee.com/GQwithCam --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/camerondole/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/camerondole/support
After starring in the hugely successful blockbuster, The Hunger Games (2012)for which he received two awards, Alexander has gone on to work in films such as Lone Survivor(2013), The Final Girls (2015), and Bad Boys for Life (2020), and received critical acclaim for his performance as Bjorn Ironside in the Global hit television series, Vikings (2013). Today, he talks to Torg & Elliott about his new film, National Champions, out this Friday in theaters.
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This week, we have a great conversation on ideas of personhood within The Hunger Games and The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. In a place like Panem, there's clearly a lot to talk about - from Tribute caricatures, to Avoxes, to Gale and Katniss' perspectives on killing. We even discuss Suzanne Collins' intentional writing and development of very small characters like Fox Face. Please tell a geeky friend about us and leave a review on your podcast app! And, if you really enjoy our content, consider becoming one of our amazing patrons and get even more of it for just $1 per month here: https://www.patreon.com/geekbetweenthelines. Every dollar helps keep the podcast sustainable! Please follow us on social media, too: Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/geekbetweenthelines Pinterest : https://www.pinterest.com/geekbetweenthelines Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/geekbetweenthelines Twitter : https://twitter.com/geekbetween Website: https://geekbetweenthelines.wixsite.com/podcast Logo artist: https://www.lacelit.com
Dystopian and The Pandemic What do they have in common? The word ‘dystopian' comes to mind: ‘relating to or being an imagined world or society in which people lead fearful lives. The difference: The last year and a half - real and full of fear. Matched was imagined. Ally's message to her audience, young and old: it's okay to not be okay. Matched, a dystopian young adult novel has been read by a wider readership than the young adult population. The first in a series of three, it has been compared to ‘The Hunger Games' and ‘Twilight'.
We know, we know, we're late in discussing Squid Game... but we still think it's a worthwhile topic to discuss because of all the different levels of influence the show has had on making "foreign" content mainstream for a global audience. We speculate on why we think it was such a runaway success and why it resonated with so many people across all different global/cultural backgrounds despite similarities with existing other shows/movies (i.e., Alice in Borderland, Hunger Games, Hostel), the hotties in the show and their impact on elevating Asian men's attractiveness in the eyes of non-Asian viewers, the ways the show broke stereotypes or the presiding societal narrative, and much more. If you're still shaking trying to carve out the shape in your dalgona candy, strap yourself in and join us in this conversation on Squid Game and the (hopefully) positive impact it'll continue to have on Asian and multi-lingual/multi-cultural content in the future!
In our Thanksgiving episode, Violet reminisces about the beginning of her love for the Hunger Games and what drove her to start the podcast. For more information about Capitol Chatter, visit our website here. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/capitol-chatter-podcast/message
Are you Green or Orange? We're not quite Red over this listener recommendation (thanks Em!) but both Brenna and Joe find that Bracken's text doesn't fully want to engage with its rebellion or world-building as much as it could (or should?) Instead it's a lot of road trip, with an unconvincing romance and a cliffhanger that suggests we might enjoy the next book in this series more.Alas the film fares worse: despite decent special effects and a more convincing romantic pairing between returning champ Amandla Stenberg and someone named Harris Dickinson (*not a Hemsworth), the film doubles down on the book's least interesting aspects. As it stands, this pairing simply doesn't stand on its own two feet and Stenberg (see previous episodes: Everything, Everything; The Hate U Give, and The Hunger Games) deserves better!Wanna connect with the show? Follow us on Twitter @HKHSPod or use the hashtag #HKHSPod:Brenna: @brennacgrayJoe: @bstolemyremoteHave something longer to say or a comment about book club? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. See you on the page and on the screen!
In this episode, we have our first return guest, Kaden! Before we get into the episode, Jacob has an inside scoop after meeting Bob Saget, regarding the movie Dirty Work and Norm MacDonald. We finally get into the pick which was Japan's 2000's Battle Royale. This movie inspired many pop-culture works including The Hunger Games, Fortnite, and more. This movie was directed by Kinji Fukasaku. GD4AM: 76/100 IMDb: 7.6/10 Metacritic: 81/100 RT: 88% In the future, the Japanese government captures a class of ninth-grade students and forces them to kill each other under the revolutionary "Battle Royale" act. This movie is currently available for rent on most streaming platforms. Editor's Note: If you hear echoing, apologies, Sage and Kaden were in the same room and occasionally Tate and Jacob's voices would get picked up by their mic as well.
Once again, Baconsale is rolling the dice and participating in a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure-style game and letting someone else take the reins of the episode. Our good friend Mats has spent months preparing an interactive competition for Kent, Joel, and Zack, and he's now ready to unleash his Hunger Games multiverse on our minds and your ears. Along the way, we'll race for tridents, get in our first fist fights, try to avoid arrows/killer ducks, sleep on bread, and just try to keep ourselves (and our wives) alive. Press play to judge if Mats is an impartial Dungeon Master.
Our guest this week is paving the way for the next generation of women to do business worldwide. Her involvement as an author, advisor in NFT Communities, and has traveled the world as an eager entrepreneur. She may have went through a sort of Hunger Games to get here and we are happy she is tribute, please welcome Beenish to the show. Twitter: https://twitter.com/estrelasenorita?s=20 Founder: She Gonna Make It | #inclusionintech | Team #NylaCollection | Team #BossBeautiesNFT | LongNeckieLadies #1
We go deep into the dystopian world with these four films: Hunger Games, Divergent, The 5th Wave, and Maze Runner. Some of them went farther than others, but we look just at the first film and say what's weak and what's fleek. What makes them work? Why does this genre keep having so much success? Are adults the problem? These are just some of the questions we examine.
Reccos:Antariksh - Red Notice (movie - Netflix)Zalak - I care a lot (movie - Netflix)Amit - The Dresden Files (novel)Pavan - Arcane (series - Netflix)This week on IVM Likes, Antariksh and Zalak are joined by Amit and Pavan, enthusiasts of the Amazon Prime show - 'The Wheel of Time'. We discuss their journey of reading the books by the same name, more than a decade back, and now their reactions to the live adaptation of the show. Later we get into the rabbit hole of discussing the live adaptations of fantasy genre books - what we like, what we don't and what live adaptations we'd like to watch.Recommendations of the week - Pavan recommends a show on Netflix called Arcane, Zalak talks about Netflix's movie 'I care a lot', Amit recommends The Dresden Files novel, and Antariksh recommends the new Netflix movie, Red Notice.Follow Zalak on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tgen_zakFollow Antariksh on Instagram: https://instagram.com/antarikshtFollow Amit on Instagram: https://instagram.com/doshiamitFollow Pavan on Instagram: https://instagram.com/zeusisdeadHave topics or things that you'd like for us to cover on the show? Reach out to us at email@example.comYou can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.
When the FDA approved the Pfizer vaccine for kids between the ages of 5 and 11 a little more than two weeks ago, parents quickly tried to secure spots to get their kids vaxxed. Even before the approval, Chicago Public Health Commissioner Allison Arwady assured parents and guardians that getting the vaccine “was not going to be the Hunger Games,” the way it often felt when the vaccine was approved for adults. A health care reporter details the early days of the pediatric vaccine roll-out, and we talk to a family in suburban Palos Park about how they're feeling now that two teens are fully vaxxed and two kids are partly vaxxed. Guests: Lisa Schencker—Health care business reporter, Chicago Tribune The Narciso Family Where to find the vaccine Follow us on Twitter: @CityCastChicago Sign up for our newsletter: chicago.citycast.fm
We did it! We made it to the end of the Hunger Games saga and we could not have done it without the help of our YA correspondent, our buddy Mike Engle. We had an absolute blast as always talking with Mike. We talked trivia, played a new game called "there was an attempt" and of course wrap up with our ratings and reviews. Go follow Mike on all the socials @engletr0n and check out all the cool shows and stuff he's got coming up!As we talked about in the intro, after next weeks episode we're taking a bit of a break to catch up on life stuff, but we will be back in the new year. In the meantime we are going to be doing a weekly show over on our Patreon so please consider joining us there. Thank you all so much for listening and supporting! y'all are the best!If you're enjoying the show we would love your support. Here are a few ways you can help!-Check out our merch store and get yourself or someone else a little something. https://teespring.com/stores/apocalypse-in-review-Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/apocalypseinreview)-Make a one time donation at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/apocalypseir-Leave us a nice review on your podcast platform of choice. it only takes a few minutes, it makes us look legitimate, it makes us feel good, and it's completely free. -Follow us @apocpod on Twitter and Instagram and talk to us we love hearing from y'all. -Find all of our links by going to https://linktr.ee/apocalypseinreviewThanks for listening!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/apocalypseinreview)
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1:27 Bookish Moment of the Week 1:46 - Unraveling Oliver by Liz Nugent 1:52 - Bookends bookshop in Pagosa Springs Colorado 2:46 - All the Lonely People by Mike Gayle 4:05 - The Afterlife of Holly Chase by Cynthia Hand 4:42 - My Plain Jane by Cynthia Hand, Jodi Meadows and Brodi Ashton 4:43 - My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Jodi Meadows and Brodi Ashton 4:57 - A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens 5:19 - Marley by Jon Clinch 6:06 Current Reads: 6:12 - God Spare the Girls by Kelsey McKinney (Kaytee) 6:32 - Sarah's Bookshelves Live 9:43 - A Glimmer of Death by Valerie Wilson Wesley (Meredith) 9:52 - Book Drop subscription 13:32 - Let's Tell This Story Properly by Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi (Kaytee) Note: In the UK, this collection is published as Manchester Happened 14:23 - A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles 16:10 - Grown by Tiffany D. Jackson (Meredith) 16:23 - White Smoke by Tiffany D. Jackson 16:36 - Novel Neighbor bookshop 22:03 - Race to the Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse (Kaytee) 23:23 - Black Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse 24:22 - Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake (Meredith) 25:55 - The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins 25:56 - The Selection by Kiera Cass 25:58 - Furyborn by Claire Legrand 28:24 - A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas 30:32 Deep Dive - What Makes a Good Book Club Book? 33:58 - Leave the World Behind by Rumaan Alam 34:42 - Bookend Homeschoolers Season 2: Episode 13 36:20 - A Good Neighborhood by Therese Ann Fowler 36:50 - Good Neighbors by Sarah Langan 38:12 - How the Word is Passed by Clint Smith 39:02 - The Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires by Grady Hendrix 40:49 - This Is How It Always Is by Laurie Frankel 41:45 - The Push by Ashley Audrain 41:48 - The Need by Helen Phillips 42:53 - Roar by Ceclia Ahern 43:15 - The Women of Brewster Place by Gloria Naylor 43:45 - You Think It, I'll Say It by Curtis Sittenfeld 44:43 - Books We Want to Press Into Your Hands: 45:05 - The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot (Kaytee) 47:26 - The Power by Naomi Alderman (Meredith) 49:20 - The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood
Elizabeth Banks decided a long time ago she would control her own destiny in Hollywood. In her two decades on screen, Banks has earned three Emmy nominations, starred in the Hunger Games franchise and produced all three of the Pitch Perfect movies which together made more than 600 million dollars at the box office. In this week's “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist gets together with Banks to talk about her podcast and new business venture into canned wine.