This week Beauty and the Bitch are joined by two of their most frequent guest: exhaustion and small(ish) amounts of wine. We are PUMPED to talk more Patrick Rothfuss news in part of two of our “King Killer Chronicles” coverage. We’ve got all the latest internet gossip on the upcoming film/TV adaptations of the novel, what we know about book three (nothing, TBH), what else Pat’s got going on, we do a little fantasy casting (BECAUSE WE LOVE TO DREAM BIG), and we spill some more Tea on what we love and don’t love about book two in this incredible series. Do you love Kvothe and his journey? Not sure if it’s worthwhile? This is a 98% spoiler free discussion, which we handle very diplomatically because we are V responsible adults. SO- feel free to tune in before you’re caught up (but also tune in if you are a FAN!)
Read “The Name of the Wind” & “The Wise Man’s Fear” (DUH)
Morgan thinks you should read “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck” by Mark Manson. This is a great book for high strung, high anxiety planogrammers (IT ME.); Have you tried giving less fucks? Let’s try together!
Mic wants to plug not giving a fuck, but giving a DAMN.
ALSO, he thinks you should watch “Pat Prounounes King Killer Names” while you read the books, because all fantasy names = hard ass garbage names (but, they are cool); so be smart!
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Morgan Messick is a Pop-Culture fanatic, Podcast Host, Booktuber & total #BookBabe living in Austin, TX with her Husband and two dogs — Scoop & Eleanor. She aspires to grow her #TBR pile, do all of the hiking, travel as often as possible and make a joke at every turn. She utilizes laughter and yoga for daily medicine, thinks that Harry Potter is magic for all ages, and truly believes Die Hard is a great Christmas movie (SO DEAL WITH IT.
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