Guess who's back, back again ... no, not the real Slim Shady, but the I Literary Can't Even podcast!
After almost five months hiatus - due to being very busy with work, writing, life etc. - we're back!!
We've been dying to get back to talking about all the latest literary goings on, and then this weekend 'cockygate' happened, and it seemed like the perfect opportunity to dive back in.
If you want to here our thoughts on copyrighting/ trademarking words in titles, head on over to Soundcloud or iTunes to listen to our latest episode.
And if you'd like to know more about the books, anthology, and articles we mentioned in the episode, please click on the 'read more' link.
You might have noticed we've been a little quiet on the podcast front recently. That's because Paula is on vacation, and both Clare and Kyra have been busy with NaNoWriMo.
We haven't forgotten about the podcast though. We're brainstorming ideas for new episodes, and we're also excited to announce we're hosting the first annual I Literary Can't Even Book Awards.
This is round one, and we invite all of you to add your favourites to the polls!
Every book nominated MUST have been released in 2017.Any that weren't will be removed from the poll.
PLEASE read to check your nomination hasn't already been listed before you add someone new.
Voting will stay open for one week, after which, the top five in each category will move through to the next round, and we will ask you to vote again!
Winners of the final round will be announced on our podcast (Date to be confirmed).
You must like our page I Literary Can't Even for your votes to count.
To cast your votes, please see the polls on our events page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1986202411639524/?active_tab=discussion
Episode seven is live, and in it Kyra, Clare and Paula talk about scary books, which ones in specific frightened them, and the world of paranormal/ supernatural literature. We also play a couple of rounds of Halloween mad libs and round up this week's releases.
Find it now on iTunes and Soundcloud
For those who're interested here are the blurbs and purchase links for the new releases, and other books, mentioned in this week's episode.