The Book Riot Podcast, Episode #43: When in Doubt, Set it on Fire


The Book Riot Podcast, Episode #43: When in Doubt, Set it on Fire

This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk about the favorites books of each state, a new speed reading app, South Carolina pulling money from a college for recommending FUN HOME, a new “shelving” website, and much more. This week’s podcast is sponsored by Audible and The Twitter Fiction Festival.


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Links discussed in the show:

Scribd: Most Popular Books by State

South Carolina legislature cuts budget at College of Charleston for assigning Alison Bechdel’s FUN HOME

Simon & Schuster launches Off the Shelf dedicated to backlist

Anne Rice petitioning Amazon over author bullying

Is genre fiction creating a market for lemons?

Speed-reading app Spritz

New books discussed in the show:

Boy, Snow, Bird by Helen Oyeyemi

Redeployment by Phil Klay

New in paperback:

Tampa by Alissa Nutting

Equilateral by Ken Kalfus


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