Synopsis: Carys Bray, author of the new novel The Museum of You, discusses writing a coming-of-age tale for adults, how we deal with death, how her Mormon upbringing influenced her writing, and the role (and responsibility) of literary fiction in our lives. Links to all books discussed in this episode (where possible) will go to […]Listen Now "S3E3 – Carys Bray, THE MUSEUM OF YOU"
Michael and Alex debate the benefits of Apple acquiring Formula 1 racing manufacturer McLaren. Is it purely for the patents? The technology, a bit of everything? There’s also a little follow up on our ongoing discussion regarding the future of autonomous vehicles, where they’re taking us, and how the iPhone 7 camera is truly amazing.Listen Now "55: Apple Is Not Building A Race Car"
In Season 3, episode 7: “‘The Day the Music Died,’ Jem and The Holograms,Jem is led away from her responsibilities by Riot on a cruise. When the rest of The Holograms are unable to pay Starlight Music’s debt, The Misfits buy out both Starlight Music and Stingers Sound, forcing the Holograms and The Stingers to submit to the Misfits’ control. This makes the Misfits into a mega group, ruling the airwaves. Rio, The Holograms and The Stingers have to find Riot and Jem fast, in order to get their lives back to normal.”Listen Now "S3E7: “The Day the Music Died”"
Synopsis: Matt Gemmell drops by the show to discuss his debut novel, CHANGER, about a man bent on holding the world hostage with his unique abilities and the one person in Europe capable of stopping him. Matt also talks about his decision to leave his job and write full-time, the perils of working from home, […]Listen Now "S3E2 – Matt Gemmell, CHANGER"
In Season 3, episode 5: “‘Midsummer’s Night’s Madness,’ Jem and The Holograms, along with The Stingers, travel to Greece for a concert, but when Jerrica and Jem get caught in a love triangle, the trip becomes too much to handle.”Listen Now "S3E6: “Midsummer’s Night’s Madness”"