Friend and Family Recs: Six of Crows

Hello again everyone! I hope you’ve all been having a good start to your week!

I got to create another short bookish podcast for school, this time with my friend Esteban! Although it was different from my previous post since I already have read Six of Crows, I was excited to hear his thoughts, as he doesn’t read that much YA in the first place.

BTW: If you didn’t see my other post, you can check it out here: Friend and Family Recs: Mort by Terry Pratchett.

I’m really happy with how this turned out, as I was able to keep it under the 5 minute limit for class, and my audio turned out way better (after I re-recorded my audio on my phone while I was sitting in the parking lot before work… but if it works it works 🤷‍♂️).

Anyways, without further ado, here is the mini podcast:

I know in my last post, I said that 5-10 minutes would be better for these episodes, and I still think that’s the case. Unfortunately, I had to keep it under 5 minutes for the project, but since this is the last one I have to do for class, any future episodes I can make a little bit longer (yay!).

Interested in getting a copy of Six of Crows? You can grab one at Bookshop.org! As a Bookshop affiliate, I get a small commission if you purchase anything through the book links in this post.

On that note, thanks again Esteban for taking the time to talk with me, and thanks to everyone for listening! I will see y’all in the next post!

-Erin 🍁

While you’re already here, why not check these links out?

Medium: https://medium.com/@erin.nord87

Prose: https://theprose.com/ennord

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