Monthly Archives: May 2022

Episode 195 – Get Out Of Your Own Way

Get Out Of Your Own Way by Dave Hollis


Sure, we at Worst Bestsellers have read several self-help books over the years, but you may be asking: what about the men? Oh, you weren’t asking? Well, Dave Hollis (ex-husband of Rachel) is concerned, and he wrote Get Out Of Your Own Way to help men understand that they have problems too. And we made that Margaret Willison‘s problem, as she returned to discuss this book with us. Turn your volume up to bless up!

Our friends at Porter Square Books hosted us for this virtual live show! If you watched it on Crowdcast: thank you so much for joining us! This is just the audio from that event for those of you who prefer not to see our faces. (The video is still archived and you can watch it here if you’d like. You can also watch the archived video of our previous virtual live show at PSB discussing Didn’t See That Coming by Rachel Hollis here.)

Readers advisoryHere (via Porter Square Books).

Footnotes: Ally, Ally, Ally, or Ali Slides

Episode 170 – Didn’t See That Coming

Episode 144 – Girl, Wash Your Face

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Coming up next: A Ring of Endless Light by Madeleine L’Engle.

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Episode 194 – The Witcher: The Last Wish

The Witcher: The Last Wish by Andrzej Sapkowski

We asked a djinn to bring us a book that could be adapted into a video game, a Netflix series, and a podcast episode, and we got The Witcher: The Last Wish by Andrzej Sapkowski. We were joined by Arielle to discuss this book that, to our great surprise, was actually pretty good–and best of all, didn’t even have a fantasy map in it. Hire a bard to perform this episode for you in your local tavern!

Readers advisory: Here.

Footnotes: “What Was Geralt’s Last Wish in The Witcher?” by Sadie Gennis.

Coming up next: Get Out Of Your Own Way by Dave Hollis.

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Readers Advisory: Episode 194 – The Witcher: The Last Wish

Here’s what we suggest instead of/in addition to reading The Witcher: The Last Wish by Andrzej Sapkowski. Listen to the podcast to hear us talk about some of these titles in more depth!

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