GET READY FOR SEASON 2 OF TIPSY NERDS!
Get your books now for season 2 of Tipsy Nerds Book Club podcast! The first episode of the new season will release on October 24, 2019.
More guests, more variety and tipsier than ever! We’re starting with Robyn’s favorite, The Fellowship of the Ring! If you’ve not yet read it, we hope you’ll give it a go.
Some guests we’re lining up for this season are Todd Scott, Sam Sykes and KJ Kabza, as well as brining back our pal and favorite guest co-host, CD Tavenor for a special episode in November.
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S2, EP 1: The Fellowship of the Ring, by J.R.R. Tolkien
Released October 24, 2019
Robyn’s favorite, but Natalie wasn’t a fan of the movies, so will she like the book? Check out the episode to see if the Tipsy Nerds will agree on this one.
Doomsday Book, by Connie Willis
Releases December 12, 2019
We haven’t read this one. Have you?
Snow Crash, by Neal Stephenson
Releases February 6, 2020
We’ve heard a lot of good things about this book, and we’re excited to check it out.
S2, EP 2: The Silence of the Lambs, by Thomas Harris
Released October 31, 2019
We think this will be a great Halloween read! Join us for a chilling episode of Tipsy Nerds with this creepy favorite.
Mistborn, by Brandon Sanderson
Releases February 27, 2020
Starship Troopers, by Robert A. Heinlein
Releases November 21, 2019
With special guest, author KJ Kabza.
American Gods, by Neil Gaiman
Releases January 16, 2020
The second book by Neil we’ve featured in our show, we’re looking forward to this one!
A Blade so Black, by L.L. McKinney
Releases March 5, 2020
We hope to bring the author into this conversation. Stay tuned…
“Marshmallows”, by D.A. Xiaolin Spires
Releases December 5, 2019
We’re featuring a short story that we loved, and oddly—darkly—holiday-ish. A free read via Clarksworld (subscribe or tip them on Patreon :-)
And the author will join us for this one!
Animal Farm, by George Orwell
Releases January 30, 2020
We read this in school. Wonder if it will hold up for us as adult readers? What do you think of this book?