Justin and Lindsay are at it again!

This time Lindsay reviews Wicked by Gregory Maguire. Enjoy!

Book Narcs Episode 15: Fakebook Founding Father Fanatic For Frightening Fiction!

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This episode features musician and all around super cool dude, Bill McShane! Bill used to sing and play guitar in Ultimate Fakebook. Now he sings and plays guitar in The Pride of Erie PA! He also has a mega-top-secret-awesome-job that we aren’t at liberty to discuss (listen to hear him kind of explain it). We talk to Bill about all of these things and more, including his love of horror and science fiction. Good times were had by us, and good times will be had by you. Thanks to McNally Smith College of Music for producing our podcast!


Bill’s Links:

www.twitter.com/bill_mcshane
www.instagram.com/billmcshane
www.facebook.com/thebillmcshane
 thebillmcshane@gmail.com


The Pride of Erie PA Links:

YouTube videos playlist
www.twitter.com/PrideOfEriePA
www.instagram.com/theprideoferiepa
www.facebook.com/ThePrideOfEriePA
www.theprideoferiepa.com
theprideoferiepa@gmail.com


Ultimate Fakebook Links:

www.twitter.com/UFBRocks
www.facebook.com/ultimatefakebook
www.ufbrocks.com


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Book Narcs was brought to you by McNally Smith College of Music

McNally Smith College of Music prepares students for a fulfilling future in music by providing a culture of learning that inspires intellectual, creative, and personal development and that enriches our world through their artistry and leadership.

Episode Out Tomorrow!!!

Just a quick heads up. Due to us being out of the state without our gear, we were unable to upload the latest episode. Fear not. It will drop tomorrow! Hooray!

Justin tentatively reviews Destry Rides Again by Max Brand. Enjoy watching him TRY to review a book. It is quite hilarious.

Book Narcs Episode 14: Everything is Caffeinated

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Today’s episode features local musician and coffee entrepreneur Lee Carter! Lee was a part of the former band Party House, is a part of a new instrumental project called E/Z/R/A, and is co-owner of the popular new coffee house in Minneapolis called Five Watt Coffee. We talk to Lee about some of his favorite books and get into our opinions on book clubs. Thanks to McNally Smith College of Music for producing our podcast!

Lee’s Links:
 
www.twitter.com/lpcarter
www.instagram.com/leepain
and on Vine.co at lpcarter

Five Watt Coffee’s Links:

www.twitter.com/fivewattcoffee
www.instagram.com/fivewattcoffee

Book Narcs’ Links:

Subscribe to Book Narcs via iTunes
Subscribe to Book Narcs via email
 
Book Narcs was brought to you by McNally Smith College of Music
McNally Smith College of Music prepares students for a fulfilling future in music by providing a culture of learning that inspires intellectual, creative, and personal development and that enriches our world through their artistry and leadership.

Ladies and Gentlemen! We have re-returned! Here’s a little update of things to come. Sorry for the grand delay. Enjoy!

There was much to hate in this world and too much to love.
Girls need cold anger. They need the cold simmer, the ceaseless grudge, the talent to avoid forgiveness, the side stepping of compromise. They need to know when they say something that they will never back down, ever, ever.
I began to draw an invisible boundary between myself and other people. No matter who I was dealing with. I maintained a set distance, carefully monitoring the person’s attitude so that they wouldn’t get any closer. I didn’t easily swallow what other people told me. My only passions were books and music.
But even so, every now and then I would feel a violent stab of loneliness. The very water I drink, the very air I breathe, would feel like long, sharp needles. The pages of a book in my hands would take on the threatening metallic gleam of razor blades. I could hear the roots of loneliness creeping through me when the world was hushed at four o’clock in the morning.
Do not leave your reputation to chance or gossip; it is your life’s artwork, and you must craft it, hone it, and display it with the care of an artist.
Men are men, vows are words, and words are wind.
As sure as water’s wet and days are long and a friend will always disappoint you in the end.
She was becoming herself and daily casting aside that fictitious self which we assume like a garment with which to appear before the world.
When two people are meant to be together, they will be together. It’s fate.