December 7, 2018

Episode 24: The Good House

 

We're back! And just in time to miss Halloween.

Life happened, one of us lost a computer and we got a bit behind on posting our latest episode. Hopefully, you all are still feeling a creepy this fall and a ready to dig into Tananarive Due's The Good House.

This is a big book with a lot going on, but we're able to dig into Due's great writing style, our favorite and least favorite characters, and just where in the world we think this book takes place. 

For our next episode, we're looking back at all our reading in 2018 to discuss the books we loved, hated and everything in between. Be sure to join the discussion by tweeting us at @blackchicklit on Twitter.

 

Thanks for coming back and be sure to rate, review and subscribe to us on iTunes. Thanks to Suite45 for our theme song, Jones’n.

 

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This month, we decided to ask ourselves a few of our own questions: What are our goals for the podcast? How did we meet? What’s our favorite Powerline song? (Spoiler alert: It’s “Stand Out.”)

Get to know Dani and Mollie a bit better and listen in to this extra chatty BCL Chat episode. Join us next time when we read The Good House by Tananarive Due.

Do you have a suggestion for a future #BCLChat? Email us at contact@blackchicklit.com. And don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe to Black Chick Lit on iTunes.

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September 20, 2018

Episode 23: Meet Addy

We were feeling nostalgic, so this month, we decided to go back and check out our favorite kid lit titles. And if you were a little girl who loved books in the 90s, you loved the American Girl series.

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August is our birthday month! It’s been two years of nonsense, and we’re thankful you’ve stuck it out with us. 

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August 4, 2018

Episode 21: Bingo Love

This is our chattiest episode yet. Before we dig into our book talk, we find out the ending of #cockygate, fangirl over Beverly Jenkins tweets and do a quick survey of popular books we have — and haven’t — read. Don’t worry, we find time to discuss Bingo Love, by Tee Franklin, Jenn St-Onge and Joy San. 

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