306—Keep it Weird


Mother, knitter, spinner, writer, wife, weaver, host...not necessarily in that order...

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5 Responses

  1. sandyl says:

    Thank you for another interesting book. I’ve read “Summer” by Edith Wharton but was in high school. And I have “Glimpses of the Moon” in my tbr pile.


  2. tinuviel says:

    Congratulations on the gainful employment!! I wondered if the episode title referred to Austin. My stomping grounds are farther north, but Austin’s slogan is well-known statewide.

    Thank you for including the comments from listeners who read and loved Wharton in high school. They opened up a new perspective on the book for me, based on what I’ve heard of the book so far, that is. I haven’t even seen the film yet, so I’m a blank slate as far as this author.

    Earlier this week I told a blogging friend about CraftLit. She is considering listening to an audio version of A Christmas Carol while reading along with her daughters this winter. I highly recommended your podcasts for the free audio with commentary. She’s not crafty, but her daughters are. Perhaps you will have a new convert or four soon. 🙂

    Thanks also for the hard work you put into the podcast overall. It’s a treat.

    • Heather says:

      Aw, you’re sweet!
      Your friend can always scoot over to Just the Books to skip the crafty content, but it would be fun to listen with her daughters. Especially if they go back to Jane Eyre.
      Take care!

  3. EmilyW says:

    Hi Heather! I noticed the opening tag for this episode still say “Current book Jane Eyre begins at episode —” Just thought you’d want to change that! 🙂 Thanks!

    • Heather says:

      Thank you!
      Yeah. That was supposed to be fixed last week. I just have to wait for someone else to flip a switch.
      Le sigh.
      Hoping it gets fixed SOON!!