Hello, beautiful coven! We’re back for season 4 with all new episodes, and we’re starting out strong with A Sky Beyond the Storm by Sabaa Tahir, the final book in An Ember in the Ashes series. If you want to check out the other books’ discussions you can find them here: An Ember in the Ashes, A Torch Against the Night, & A Reaper at the Gates.
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Ok, on to the show notes!
- Check out the rest of the books in the upcoming season on our future episodes page
- Recommend if you like (RIYL): Hunger Games, Star Wars, Red Queen, The Cruel Prince, ACOTAR, We Hunt the Flame
- Vampire Diaries
- Dr. Saidiya V. Hartman
- Hank Green on villains: “Are We the Baddies?? A Quick Look at a Discourse”
- K mentions Tara Brach in regard to meditation
- You’re the Worst – the leg washing scene
- “The Hygiene Culture Wars That Started on Social Media” by Nicole Froio
- Red Nation Rising: From Bordertown Violence to Native Liberation
- Red Media
- K mentions The Red Nation podcast and The Red Nation hosts other podcasts as well
- The Cultural Politics of Emotion by Sara Ahmed
- This American Life
- The Black Archives on Instagram
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