Episode Eight: The Victorian Christmas explores morality tales in Dickens and the many connections to holiday traditions that bind authors together.
Episode Six: Horror/Thriller, our favorite/least favorite scary books/movies. This episode contains strong language. [Rated R]
Episode Five: Steampunk, how does this form of reconstruction help us in writing?
Episode Four: Erotica. This episode contains strong language, including anatomical body names. RATED R
Episode Three: the book to movie adaptation, how it fairs in terms of execution, the issues surrounding translation of literature, and discussing realistic expectations for authors.
Episode Two: the third part of the three-part series on fairytales, we wrap it up and bring it all full circle with the fairytales that we love most and why? What is it about these stories that still entertain us?
Episode Two-second part of the three-part series on Fairytales
Episode Two of the podcast, a three-part series on fairytales. Dive into the stories that have us bound in a spell as the sisters discuss their meaning and hidden connections.
Episode One-Interview with Kailey Bray of Damsels & Dice, and Everything Nice. In our kick-off episode, we get to interview one of our favorite princesses to explore the concept of modernizing fairytales and the return of tabletop RPG.
Many people think morals come from a holy book but this is not the case. Humans are for the most part moral or at least know basic right from wrong even if they do not practice that or will reserve the right to ignore what's right and wrong. "If humans wish to survive, typically, we need to cooperatively live together.-Part One