170 and 171–End of Persuasion


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9 Responses

  1. Ellyn Nogueira says:

    Great post. Thanks!

  2. Bonnie says:

    PS if you like Outlander you might consider the Lymond Chronicles by Dorothy Dunnet. Wonderful history and plot (helped me pass world history one and two in college, hmmmmm A theme do you think?)

  3. Bonnie says:

    I just listened to the ad for “Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court” and would like to share. Years ago (we still wrote on stones with chisels) in the 10th grade I got an A in economics by outlining the CYinKAC for the final. The teacher wanted to know where I came up with such a brilliant suggestion for developing countries. Alas, I confessed rather than let him think I was a budding genius (I got to keep the A). I am still catching up and am now to the start of “Jekyll and Hyde”. With summer weather I listen to five or ten episodes per week, should be caught up in no time. I am also working on a stealth project for you. If all goes well I will need your mailing address by the end of August. Wish me luck….

  4. Julie says:

    I’m not sure where to put this, but I wanted to share my Android download experience. I have found some apps that support podcast downloads – Listen, BeyondPod, MyPod.
    I am finding that the MyPod application works best for me even though I had to upgrade and purchase an Unlock key. (This was 1.99 pounds, which converted to about $2.13 + a $.06 conversion fee from my credit card company.)
    This app allows you a variety of ways to find the podcasts you like and have the app check for new feeds as often as you like. It can play the podcast in the foreground or background, and keeps track of where you left off.
    I am still waiting for the Craft-Lit Android app, but MyPod helps me in the meantime!

  5. Alyssa says:

    Loved Outlander. You should listen to the audiobook version if you can. The lady who reads it is AMAZING.

  6. Irina Holeyfiber says:

    OH MY GOD!!!!
    This was SUCH a surprise! There is so much stuff going on in my life right now that I didn’t have time to listen to the last two episodes yet, so I had NO IDEA before I saw the package in my mailbox! This is so great, and made a lovely surprise for our anniversary!
    Heather, thank you SO MUCH! You are such a great person and awesome teacher!

  7. Barb says:

    I cannot believe that you’re just now discovering Outlander!!! Boy, do you have some catching up to do — that’s a huge series of books, and more still coming.

    Loved the entire series up to present.


  8. Silverilix says:

    Thanks for giving us this great book, I really loved it…… all over again! Can’t wait for the next one, sounds like good Twain.

  9. bunnysquirrel says:

    Hi heather! two things –

    1. both these links go to the file for episode 170.
    2. i haven’t gotten an email alert that a new episode is available since i think 167, i’ve had to come to the site and check. dunno if something’s borked with the feed or the emailer.