Thursday, August 14, 2008

Episode One-hundred six: Marital Morass

New shownotes and audio link here.

So, I promised you a few things: Cake site, Cog rested site, Gawaine site and commentary, Hitchhiker's site. WARNING ON THE HHGTTG SITE: IF you're on a Mac it seems fine. If you're on a PC you'll get zapped by spyware etc. Forewarned.

Today, Chapter 28 read by our own Erin!

10 comments:

  1. Hi Heather! Seth from the Free Listens blog here. Thanks for your comment introducing me to your site. Is there any way I can point my readers to previous episodes of the podcast or do you just have the most recent one available?

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  2. fightingback784:53 PM

    WOW! Everyone check out the cake site link! I haven't laughed this much in a long time.

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  3. I think it's a great idea for us to read Scarlet Letter ourselves. I love the book and I'm excited about revisiting it this way. Count me in as a reader for sure.

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  4. Anonymous9:52 AM

    Scarlet Letter sounds great to me, too. I'm looking forward to your teaching on this one, Heather, since it was another of those books that I was NOT crazy about in high school English. I'm ready to try again, since that was junior year - very nuts and bolts - and I don't think I liked, as such, any of the books that year. Unlike senior, with Joyce and Tolstoy and Kafka and Rilke.....Missing you on Ravelry, Heather!

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  5. Anonymous9:54 AM

    Aaaaagh, just visited the cake site! I'm feeling WAY better about my collapsed chocolate mashed potato cake now....

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  6. Cake site,sound to be very delicious.

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  7. fightingback78@aol.com3:18 PM

    Hey, Heather. I just found out that I get to do a paper on "The Story of an Hour." I'm so excited. Good think you read it back in episode 21. Thanks-andrea

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  8. Heather, quite a while ago you wondered about mending hand knitted sock heels....I just found a great way to do it with my embellisher machine-never go back to the old way again! Check out my blog!

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  9. Anonymous4:02 AM

    Did everyone get that banana bread recipe?!? i used this as my first banana bread EVER - and have made about 8 loaves since! we've been doing a lot of hiking and they are perfect to take on the trail and on road trips! i have been blessed with this bread recipe. thanks heather!!!

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  10. I have caught up!!! I can't believe it! I feel a little lost now...

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