It’s the day of random on today’s episode and Aaron & Dave share different moments from silly and ridiculous books they love.
This week we’re taking things easy and letting the Internet guide our discussion, with three questions from our friends over at Goodreads:
- What’s the last book that busted a reading slump for you?
- What was the last book you stayed up too late reading?
- Is there a best time to read?
A few of the books we mentioned in this episode
- The Clanlands Book by Sam Heughan and Grant McTavish
- The High Divide and American Gospel by Lin Enger
- Gentle and Lowly by Dane Ortlund
- The Multi-Directional Leader by Trevin Wax
- The Secular Creed and 10 Questions Every Teen Should Ask (and Answer) About Christianity by Rebecca McLaughlin
- South of Broad by Pat Conroy
- Man at Arms by Steven Pressfield
- Norco ’80 by Paul Houlahan
Nature may or may not be healing, folks, because I’m back on duty in an exhibit hall for TGC’s Women’s and National Conferences! But that didn’t me from taking a few minutes on a Friday afternoon to talk with Dave about what it’s like being back in exotic Indianapolis and to be around all the books after all this time.
Meanwhile, Dave woke up at 2 in the morning to watch Ken Burns’ Hemingway documentary and couldn’t wait to talk about it and to ask an important question: who is Canada’s Ken Burns?
A few of the books mentioned on this episode:
- The Terrifics Vol. 3: The God Gameby Gene Luen Yang
- Lightning Strike by William Kent Krueger
- The Last Kind Words Saloon by Larry McMurtry
- 2034: A Novel of the Next World War by Elliot Ackerman and Admiral James Stravridis
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