The Book Riot Podcast, #19: Insomnia for Hypochondriacs

Jeff O'Neal

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The Book Riot Podcast, Episode #19: Insomnia for Hypochondriacs

Jeff and Rebecca dissect the news that there will be new movies set in the world of Harry Potter and give their impressions of Oyster, the Netflix for ebooks, after one week of use. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace. Use offer code “riot9″ to get a 20% discount on Squarespace orders placed during September 2013.

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Links discussed in the show:

JK Rowling to write film series set in world of Harry Potter

Texts from William Carlos Williams


Tumblr launches Reblog Book Club 

Myers-Briggs illustrated w/ Harry Potter characters

(free short-form Myers-Briggs test)

Shout-out to Art of Manliness, Jeremy Anderberg


New books discussed in the show:

The Dark Path by David Schickler

More Than This by Patrick Ness

New in Paperback:

She Matters by Susanna Sonnenberg

Telegraph Avenue by Michael Chabon

Spillover by David Quammen (how big diseases emerge & what might be next)


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