Phil Gonzales returns to the show to discuss Amalia: Diary Three, an out-of-step book that could've been a whole lot worse, with Christy. Content warning: this episode includes discussion of racism, including the use of slurs.
Josh Hollis of Predict-O-Cast graces the show he produces with his presence to discuss Maggie: Diary Three, the value of clever names, and the various career paths Maggie might pursue with Christy.
Is Dawn Schafer history's greatest monster? Frankie Thomas continues her guest residency as she and Christy attempt to answer that question in light of Dawn: Diary Three.
Christy enlists the aid of Basic Witches co-author Jaya Saxena to tackle Maggie: Diary Two. Discussions of what a 13-year-old can and can’t do, beauty standards for women in America, and strained metaphors ensue. This episode contains explicit language and discussion of eating disorders and alcoholism.
Shannon Campe of Stage of Fools teaches Christy about teens, shares her unexpected emotional connection to the women of the BSC, and unwittingly co-creates the segment Shannon’s Baby-Sitting Corner during their discussion of Dawn: Diary Two. Content warning: this episode includes explicit language and discussion of eating disorders.
You can check out Stage of Fools, the Royals podcast Shannon co-hosts with Zach Powers, at http://shoutengine.com/StageofFools.
Meghan Griffin of Judging Book Covers joins Christy to chat about Sunny: Diary Two, counting their blessings, cool moms, and whether it’s possible to be Team Dawn and Team Sunny simultaneously.
Meghan’s podcasts Judging Book Covers, Fableulous Retellings, and Handbook for Handbook for Mortals can be found on judgingbookcovers.com.