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Here’s what we suggest instead of/in addition to reading A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness. Listen to the podcast to hear us talk about some of these titles in more depth!
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Ring in the new year–1743–with Kait, Renata, and their guest lassie Erica! We read Outlander by Diana Gabaldon and we learned so much about British history, medicinal herbs, corporal punishment, witchcraft, animal husbandry, the Loch Ness Monster, and many other sexy topics. Sync your MP3 player to your nearest henge to listen now!
Content warning: Outlander contains sexual assault and we discuss it in this episode.
Readers advisory: Here.
Footnotes: Objectified Scotsman Thursday.
Diana Gabaldon Fanlore
Diana Gabaldon on her Doctor Who inspiration
Candy pairing: Erica says mixed bags of Halloween candy, Kait says beef jerky (or herbs), Renata says Everlasting Gobstoppers.
Coming up next: Need for Speed: the Movie Novelization by Brian Kelleher.
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Here’s what we suggest instead of/in addition to reading Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. Listen to the podcast to hear us talk about some of these titles in more depth!