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Book Riot - The Podcast is a weekly news and talk show about what's new, cool, and worth talking about in the world of books and reading, brought to you by the editors of BookRiot.com
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Rebecca and Sharifah pay tribute to Toni Morrison's life and work, discuss Barnes & Noble's post-acquisition future, speculate about Lisa-Marie Presley's forthcoming memoir, and more.
325: Post-Botox Barnes & Noble,
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Jeff and Rebecca discuss the book, the movie, the phenomenon: The Da Vinci Code.
324: The Da Vinci Code,
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This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk about the Booker Prize long-list, a best-selling author going to Amazon, a shady event cancellation at a library, and much more.
323: Canary of Disruption,
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Jeff and Rebecca talk about a fancy Song of Ice and Fire edition, Apple getting into original podcasts, a cool new bookstore in Chicago, and more. Then, Jeff talk with Gretchen McCulloch about her new book Because Internet: Understanding the New Rules of Language.
322: Everything Is Going to Be OK,
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Jeff and Rebecca talk about the best-selling books of the year, follow up about THE STARLESS SEA, go over the ethics of ARCs, and much more.
321: Troubling the Dan Brown Meridian,
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This week's topics include the faintest rumblings of a Harry Potter television show, Book Riot's favorite books of 2019 so far, a ridiculously though plausibly effective pair of motion-sickness reducing glasses, and more.
320: Value Over Replacement Barfing,
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Book Riot is matching donations to the Bookstores Against Borders campaign to provide legal support for people in immigrant camps at the US border.
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Jeff and Rebecca talk about divergent solutions to the same indie bookstore problem, Scribd's new digest feature, joining libraries to other social services, and much more.
319: No Nuance Whatsoever,
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Jeff and Rebecca talk about the announced HUNGER GAMES prequel, Amazon's best books of the year so far list, and much more. This episode is sponsored by:Fix Her Up by Tessa BaileyFKA USA by Reed KingAmazon Publishing's Summer Reading InitiativeLinks discussed in this episode:Follow up: Nicholas Sparks is sorry he appeared intolerantAmazon’s 10 best books of the year so far Joy Harjo becomes first Native American US Poet Laureate! Suzanne Collins announces 2020 Hunger Games prequelHarry Potter Pokemon-Go style game launches (a day early)Petition to Cancel Good Omens petitions wrong companyControversy over displaying gay books in Maine library, with a side of “good job, trustees” for supporting the library This week in bananapants: A secret  fellowship funded by the Riggios
318: #318: The Will to Prequel,
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This week, Rebecca and Amanda discuss Barnes & Noble's buyout options, Goodreads's list of the hit books of 2019 so far, damning allegations against Nicholas Sparks, and more.This episode sponsored by:Fall or Dodge in Hell by Neal StephensonTurtles All the Way Down by John GreenIn at the Deep End by Kate DaviesBombasLinks Discussed: Bidding War for Barnes & Noble?Progressive church steps in to host Drag Queen Story HourNicholas Sparks accused of harassment, racism, and anti-LGBT actionsGoodreads reveals the hit books of 2019 so farStudy finds increasing marginalization of female and PoC characters in children's booksHero of the Week: Kentucky teacher partners with barber shop to reward kids for reading
#317: Chaotic Neutral,
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Barnes & Noble gets sold! The Obamas join the podcasting revolution! Robert Langdon is coming to TV!This episode is sponsored by:All the Books!Patsy by Nicole Dennis-BennBook of the Month ClubThis Time Will Be Different by Misa SugiuraLinks discussed in this episode:Barnes & Noble selling to private equity firm Obamas strike exclusive podcast deal with Spotify NBC gives commitment for Robert Langdon Lost Symbol seriesHero of the Week: Founder of nonprofit who engages prisoners w/ books, poetry, and writingAnnotated Episode #25: Books Behind Bars
#316: NCIS: Vatican,
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Jeff and Rebecca talk about Book Expo America, Mindy Kaling doing an Amazon exclusive, breaking the Scripps Spelling Bee, and more.This episode is sponsored by:All the BooksRebel by Beverly JenkinsThe Summer We Lost Her by Tish CohenPatsy by Nicole Dennis-BennLinks discussed in this episode:Mindy Kaling to publish new essay collection w/ Amazon Publishing summer 2020 8 Kids Break the Scripps Spelling Bee
#15: Hold the Needle,
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This week, Jeff and Rebecca follow-up about podcast platforms, worry about George RR Martin's new deadline, admire and critique Bill Gates' new book recommendation video, and much more.This episode is sponsored by:Birthday by Meredith RussoThe Guest Book by Sarah BlakeLinks discussed in this episode:New Bill Gates summer reading recs videoGRRM sets March 2020 deadline for Winds of WinterBarnes & Noble brings Nook back with a bigger screen
#314: Business Class Elite Diamond Platinum Plus,
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This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk music streaming services, the wider podcast landscape, and even some talk about books.This episode is sponsored by:PodXOnly Ever her by Marybeth Mayhew WhalenBombasWe Hunt the Flame by Hafsah FaizaLinks discussed in this episode:Roxane Gay’s Luminary exclusiveMichael Wolff has a Trump sequel called SIEGE coming out June 4 Barack’s latest reading listFirst Audible Originals in partnership w/ Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine revealedJimmy P bringing back bookseller bonuses for a 6th year
#313: The Hierarchy of Socks is Real,
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The second part of our 2019 Moms, Dads, and Grads recommendation show. This episode is sponsored by:BookConAgain, but Better by Christine RiccioExhalation by Ted ChiangBooks recommended in this episode:Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste NgCrazy Rich Asians by Kevin KwanThe Wangs vs the World by Jade Chang, The Ensemble by Aja GabelMen We Reaped by Jesymn Ward.Fashion Climbing by Bill CunninghamAn American Marriage by Tayari Jones Daisy Jones and the SixI Miss You When I Blink by Mary Laura PhilpottMatterhorn by Karl MarlantesWe Cast a Shadow by Maurice Carlos Ruffin, Soon the Light Will Be Perfect by Dave PattersonThe Great Believers by Rebecca MakkaiThe Devil in Silver by Victor LaValleIQ by Joe IdeSing Unburied Sing by Jesmyn WardSaints for All Occasions by J Courtney SullivanDaring Greatly by Brene Brown Also LOVE, HATE, When Dimple Met Rishi by Sadhya MenonGeek Love by Katherine DunnSwamplandia by Karen RussellWater for Elephants by Sarah GruenYou Don’t Have to Like Me by Alida NugentTiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl StrayedThis Is How It Feels by Rebecca Barrow
#312: 2019 Moms, Dads, and Grads Recommendation Show, Part 2,
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Jeff and Jenn talk about Baker & Taylor getting out of the retail distribution business (and why you might care), Audible's Alexa experiment, the Tolkien estate being utterly predictable, and more.This episode is sponsored by:The Great Courses PlusAudibleLola (use offer code BOOKRIOT for 40% off)Kindle UnlimitedLinks discussed in this episode:Baker & Taylor exiting retail distributionTolkien estate disavows "Tolkien"The Blood Heir controversyThe Smallest Barnes & NobleAudible's Alexa Customer Support ExperimentBarnes & Noble Launches YA Book Club1 Game of Thrones Prequel Series Bites the DustCompanion Manuscript to A Clockwork Orange FoundJames Patterson to donate $1.25 million to school libraries and teachersObamas' Netflix docket is decidedly bookishThe Toni Morrison documentary
#310: Filigreed Elvish,
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Our annual Moms, Dads, and Grads recommendation show!This episode is sponsored by:Libro.fmWilliam Shakespeare's Much Ado About Mean Girls by Ian DoescherKindle UnlimitedTBRBooks Recommended in this episode:Trail Like Lightning by Rebecca RoanhorseBuckskin by Erika WurthThe River by Peter HellerA Mercy by Toni Morrison Idaho by Emily RuskovichButtermilk by Ed Lee. Notes from a Young Black Chef by Kwame OnwuachiI Hear She’s a Real Bitch by Jen AggBlood Bones and Butter by Gabrielle Hamilton Yes Chef by Marcus SamuelssonAmerican Spy by lauren wilkinsonThe Taipei Night Market series by Ed Lin (starts with Ghost Month)How Will You Measure Your Life? By Clayton ChristensonSo Good They Can't Ignore You by Cal NewportThe Power of Meaning by Emily Eshfahani Smith,Daring Greatly by Brene Brown Chemistry by Weiki WangA DARKER SHADE OF MAGIC series by VE SCHWABBoy Snow Bird by Helen Oyeyemi Gingerbread by Helen OyeyemiMr Fox by Helen OyeyemiA Study in Scarlet by Sherry ThomasVeronica Speedwell series by Deanna RaybournThe Greatest Cook in the World by Rick BraggThe Cooking Gene by Michael TwittyThe Taste of Country Cooking by Edna Lewis, Tender at the Bone by Ruth Reichl, Blueplate Special and How to Cook a Moose by Kate ChristensenAristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin SaenzSomewhere Only We Know  by Maureen GooThe Summer of Jordi Perez by Amy Spalding
#310: 2019 Moms, Dads, and Grads Recommendations, Part 1,
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This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk about millennial audiobook habits, the 2019 Pulitzer Prizes, Penguin Random House's loyalty program, and much more.This episode is sponsored by:The Great Courses PlusKindle UnlimitedLibro.fmTBRLinks discussed in this episode:Pulitzers announcedOverDrive report on audiobooks habitsRandom House begins loyalty programThe library on the moon
#308: The Cargo Pants Pocket For Your Life,
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#307: Justice for Bob,
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This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk about more book bans in prisons, Scribd getting into original content, listener feedback, and more.This episode is sponsored by:Book Riot InsidersThe Great Courses PlusThe Girl He Used to Know by Tracey Garvis GravesBook Riot's TBRLinks discussed in this episode:KidLit These Days mention Washington State DOC bans prisoners from receiving used books Kelly’s piece Scribd kicks off original content Mary Norris and Swati Teerthala on Recommended
#306: A Squirt of Something,
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