17 Burst results for "Mrs Darcy"

"mrs darcy" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

07:17 min | 6 months ago

"mrs darcy" Discussed on Cineflek

"He's still love. daren. All over here. Off Verge of tears. Like five. tyrod. Sorry. We have a word you're not into Gaul it's kind of like big which is. Is So. Cute. Your body physically can't handle it with shutdown. I WANNA was the word he league. Yeah. I like that I like that a lot. How are the drinks we can talk about the drink has also on this podcast. We. We my I have Khloe of the podcast, my old friend from. Did WH I. Think we're the same kindergarten anything. I've missed Britain two thousand and two this Britain whose husband was an opera singer yeah. This bris was brand new husband was an opera singer and And of course, my lovely girlfriend page. Who has been on podcast the past So for drinks, we start off with a Mr Darcy which we found online but. I sort of adapted I'm thinking of renaming of Bennett. that. Watching Mr Darcy I changed from. PODCAST GIN I like that was kind of a major change and then a drastically reduced the elder flower. So I feel like it's a very different drink but. Quite. Good. Edition. We added Melt I'm sorry, thousand, the Drake Loyd. I liked it. It was sweeter than into speeding away. They really liked. Is. I did I did. Eleven PM at. A twist eleven twist. I thought it tasted a lot like. Baldi. Should we should spike all of our abilities. Okay I heard it over to start with pride and prejudice it's it's so spectacular. I've really glad watch this other projector because some of those. Shots are just like they worked so well in the white screen light that she's just running across the field of the raid. And again, it's a lot for you love free handle. Why did you pick this movie? Wet Relationship? Do you have with this with this film, Cloyd? Were as. Soon, as I could pull this freeze lot I must lie for X. But I'm definitely a left for Pastel colors in these wide open shots. That make it look like you're stepping into romantic era painting. And the reason I love movies, which is as as telling page that in the director's commentary. Joe Rate Talks about how his love for these romantic era beatings ultimately led him to create these large larger than life scenes with the character, the accuracy, a little dot on the screen. Yeah and that's I like some also who doesn't care night we matthew big fatty elitist stare their faces for hours. Yeah and the cost is I was fabulous to like again the Pastel colors and. I love that. White dress she wears in the. Fall like. What that ball was called. I ball you're talking to the second one they'll. Ask. Saturday Sunday's Fans and everyone disappears. Ethan was like, Oh, my God. Yeah, I was freaking out a little bit. Yet spectacular. Not. Sure. What it is, the cure is so perfect for period pieces like I just she's in so many of them and never upset when ICM? Judy dench says, WELP, just not a period piece without Judi dench so she had to make an appearance but. Yeah. I I'm not sure what is credited is about her that makes her so perfect for these kinds of movies either. I think she's so expressive with her face and she of gets in her I feel like you can see her getting in her head. It. So she's really, Lake kind of feeling the fairytale little thing and so I think she portrays this character is really well. I think also just about her general face also. Her attitude toward these things, I heard an interview once where she said Esser voice just refuse to play characters of contemporary movies and she's really like purity survey thing and I think that. That combined with the fact that she has one of those faces that looks like it belongs in a different century. Pieces like I can't. Even, see currently on the street like wearing modern close. It'd be like alone and. It does sort of very off. Kelly I think she has such like sort of feminism to her. That's like a different time. But then she's got the sort of like tomboy nature that like I think is the reason that. CORRECTOR caster initially, that sort of brings a period piece into sort of leg. Hotter than sending like she always feels like she can hold these movies which wishes I think she's like, Batta, she's yeah, she's crazy Will just rewatch is the Caribbean to the first one which she's she's also just like. The. Whole time. and. Kind of the same thing here like you just of feel like. She knows exactly what she's doing. She can't has control over the room the whole time it's just like Super Super Fun but yeah. I certainly feel like that part. Parts like especially where a wealth of character. Yeah any of the constant current nightly. Cherie jumped just gorgeous. All the ranger. Q.. Yeah. Yes. Spectacular I used to not like period pieces and I don't know what it what changed in the last couple years but we. On I think he watched. Room with a view with me Reggie Watch the one I want to. Have that's another great one. If you like this one, you'd really liked. SUPERFUND. But I don't know what changed I. Think I got used to the sort of pacing in the sort of like ultra style, cater of it all. But like have you always liked period pieces or is it kind of justice that you just obsessive? Even the other movies that have Joe Raise the director incur-. Nightly as star I haven't. Even. I haven't even try Washington is under so attached.

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"mrs darcy" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

02:48 min | 6 months ago

"mrs darcy" Discussed on Cineflek

"How? Has All the younger sisters. Tyler Perry, movie. Material. Dragged that'd be. Fun Field Dave. Van Rendition hype. Thanking Dan. Sixty percent of time? Frankly. I don't. Drink. Milk. Lou Everybody and welcome to another episode of Cinna Flack I'm your host Ethan Thank you guys so much for tuning in another week. we've got pride prejudice this week which I had a really really good time with my old old friend chloe not that she's old but we've. We're the same age. We've been friends for a long time. And we drink MRS DARCY'S I call the missed benefits in the episode but I renamed the Mrs Darcy's take on Mr Darcy which a food fifty, two recipe you can find online. But if you WANNA find my recipe. for this drink. Go To my instagram page at Sin Affleck pod or go to my twitter at Santa Affleck to find that recipe. So. Check that out I, still t shirts for sale. So I have a few left size in color not all sizes and colors are still available. So just check in with me if you're interested in selling them for twenty four, you can also contact me on the social media pages for that and a very special announcement Week's episode will be high and low I'm super excited for this I got Brian Bittner on from the lessons from a screenplay youtube channel, and then also the beyond the screen play podcast. So Ida Great Time with him we did a whiskey infusion for that. So I'll try to post that recipe a little early because it takes a couple of days to to let things infused. So I'll I'll respite a little early so you guys can Try that if you're interested and then I'll probably have a little bonus pod coming out this week on and thinking of ending things whenever I get the chance to chat with Clare about that. So that's that's what's coming up right now without further ado let's get ended this episode. So again, thank you all..

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"mrs darcy" Discussed on One Great Book

One Great Book

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"mrs darcy" Discussed on One Great Book

"Sometimes I read a book and think my life would be better if I can memorize every reword this thing if every idea I just read could sink into my brain and permeate my worldview. I want to remember all the new ideas I read and the action items to try for myself itself in the interesting data points. I most often feel this way about the books that in addition to being enjoyable to read are relevant to my everyday life. They tend to be about managing edging my relationships or managing myself and finding my place in the world. Today's book covers all three. I I read melody. warnock's this is where you belong the art and science of loving the place you live when it first came out in hardcover in two thousand sixteen longtime modern Mrs Darcy readers know that I have a weird fascination the nation with urban planning and by extension anything having to do with people and cities and place that may have been my way in but the book has proved to be one that countless unless Americans have read and enjoyed and have even wished as I have that they could download into their own brains. You're in the United States where I am. We are among the world's most I mobile people. Twelve percent of US move every year. And what we're in. It caused a national game of musical chairs with thirty six million players. But this issue of transients is not uniquely American. I was surprised to find that New Zealanders move a little more than we do. Norwegians and Finns move just a little less in this season of one great book. We're focusing on cozy reads. That are perfect for cuddling up with for a few hours with a cup of tea as well as books that would make excellent gifts for the people in your life. The odds are pretty. Good that you have someone on your gift list who was in a state of physical transition someone who's moving from one place to another or has move on the horizon or who doesn't yet feel settled in their community. Were they live right now. You may think this is blasphemy. But they're I say you don't even have to be a reader to appreciate. This is where you belong. That's because while many will pick this up for pure enjoyment as I did others will turn to its pages because they need it. Thankfully both sets of readers will be satisfied with this great.

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"mrs darcy" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"mrs darcy" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"But I think that you're right. We we expect things to feel really comfortable. I think a live what both of our shows are trying to do is say just like a little bit uncomfortable. It's. All right. Yeah. And I think that some of that discomfort comes from not knowing how we feel immediately really uncomfortable with that. Like, I think there's an there's an instinct to boomer immediately. And if I don't do immediately, then really what's going on. I've even had that I've had that reaction myself to like books or even do events where I'm like, I don't know. How feel is something wrong with me? Like should not have an immediate reaction. It's twenty eight teen. We haven't immediate reaction everything. And I think that can be a uncomfortable nece that we have to deal with in the moment as well. My friends. It's brilliant recently. We were puzzling through a problem to be solved or I thought it was a problem to be solved. But she said, you know, not everything is a problem to be solved. Sometimes attention you need to learn how to manage. Yeah. It's so I think it's now we're getting real deep. I think it's something about like spinning thirteen years as a student. And like we are trained as a kid and as a student. There's a beginning. There's an end we have grade there's a final we take a break start over like there's there's a such a linear March through academia. And so when you get to adult, and you're like, we don't get the grade win spring like when's the break, and then we start over and there's fresh there's another grade there's a syllabus like I love, especially as a sort of linear person. Anyway, like, and you get into adulthood. There's no grades. There's no fall break. It's really a shame. I think we get trained into that sort of there's a beginning a middle. There's an end there's there will be a great. The somebody will tell me how good or bad. I was at which they will. If you go on the internet. They're more than happy to tell you. But I think that that's sort of like we kind of want that experience. And that's what we're creating through weird things with the internet. Yeah. We do money is our grade or download our grade or midterm elections are grades. You know, that's the beginning and end and middle for us. And so we project that into weird space. Bases. So our audiences have done a fabulous job stepping out of all of that. Let's go back to ends initial comment about treating it like your living room. So when you have had people who don't honor the premise, how have you handled that because we know the nicest people on the internet, we've met some of the others. It took me years to do this. But if it's really mean you hit elites in your living room. I mean, you don't, you know, nobody talks like that in your house. Really? I think I've done this started in two thousand eleven and I think I've done this. Maybe maybe dozen times, I'm not positive. I would still need two hands. So I feel like that's a pretty great track record. I think it's interesting. The comment section modern. Mrs Darcy, actually still does have comments which is kind of incredible just because nobody comments on blogs anymore because they've been dying since two thousand fourteen this is the common wisdom, but it's interesting to me to see how if you've I guess we could argue that you train your people that you draw in the kind of people who who like that the general tone in stay for that reason. So I don't want to take too much credit here. But I think it's interesting how oftentimes the commenters will gently. Yeah. All out someone else. I don't need to like sometimes a comment made me raise my IRA. And I just want to leave it for a little bit. Let's just see what happens and sometimes sometimes it doesn't go. Well, and then use up some of those leads. But I think is interesting how how sometimes people are like, oh, I was on my mobile in the target checkout line. I didn't realize didn't mean my tone to come across that way. I didn't mean it like that. I wasn't thinking about it like that. Of course, sometimes you have to police and you have people like calling out rudeness with rudeness. And that's not good..

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"mrs darcy" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"mrs darcy" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"Hello, everyone and welcome to this very special episode pants politics with our dear friend and Bogle who hosts what should I read next podcast? She is the creator of modern MRs Darcy and the author of two books. I'd rather be reading the delights and dilemmas of the reading life and reading people were so glad that you're here in it's a pleasure. And we realize we were preparing for this very special episode and talking about all the things that we might discuss as a trio and with you are offense that we happen to know the nicest people on the internet. We believe firmly that the nicest people on the internet, listen to our shows and interact with them, and we were thinking about why that is and felt that could be good conversation. Because listen, no matter what's going on in the news or what's going on in the reading world, the comments sections can be scary. The internet is a flame Shirley on that at any time it is burning. So and. Tell people who aren't familiar with your kind of ecosystem about your readers and about the people who comment and like an interact with you online. And why they are so lovely what we would like to say that modern MRs Darcy is one of the few places left on the internet where it is actually safe to read the comments. Let your children read the comments action either. Let's not get carried away. It is still the internet. Most days, I think that's safe, and we have people who listened to our show with their children, which is nothing I wanted but lots of fun. But. I think someone told me a long time ago when I started blogging in dog years, I think this was one hundred seventy five years ago that your blog is your living room. And I feel the same way about the podcast, and you get to choose what the tone is in your house, and what you serve and where you put the furniture, and how people are going to interact you make your house rules. And I think most as it feels like a space. I mean, I posted about politics this week in. Nobody died or emailed me. Email shocking. No, I didn't say I didn't get a single Email. I didn't get a single route Email, and I get route emails about the goldfinch like three times a week. So that's saying something so let that's a good..

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"mrs darcy" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"mrs darcy" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

"Was a recommendation on the modern MRs Darcy podcast, whereas I get like ninety six nation or is it it took about like three. As to read the leg, probably take you one day to read and it's sent to pan which always makes me happy because I like quirky Japanese things. It's by woman named Sayaka mirada and it's weird, but I recommend it. The total opposite of what you just read, basically, right. Put that on the list next. Well, we'll just go ahead and segue body this since it's just gonna be us. We don't have a guess for this one there. I guess we don't really have to have a dividing line between the intro in the the regular stuff. So we really talking this episode about mistakes. We have made various misstep, sir. You pass not taken as the case may be any what we've done with that. So I guess we'll sort of go back and forth. But I looked at this in Sarah got some slightly media ones at the beginning. Your your MD PFC. Let's talk about that. Oh yes. So any if you know absurd, there is a very smart, a smattering of people that are longtime blog readers of mine because I did have a blog throughout this sort of turning point in my life, but I entered Duke as an MVP student. I had, you know, that research that I mentioned doing during nine eleven. I was pretty into it at the time. I was looking at like effects of early life stress on memory. I kinda was interested in neuroscience and kind of the interaction. Between hormones and behavior in the environment. And I thought, you know what? Andy PHD's seems like a great idea. Number one, it's paid for, I'm sure that's not supposed to be that much of an enticement, but my parents were wonderful in that they paid for my entire college education which was not cheap, but that was definitely were where ending. So I was like, wow, you can go to school and have it completely paid for the MVP HD student programs are on a federal grant and I like the research and I and I had decent scores in pretty good grades. So I felt like you know what? It's a few extra years doing research have multiple options. When I finished, you know, I might wanna be researcher. I might not. But you know, I, I, I'm interested in it enough to to express my interest during these interviews kinda knew that they would want to hear that. I was excited about research which I genuinely was at the time. And so I did go in that direction. I was fairly successful in interviews in when I got into goes like, all right, we're done. And. I headed there and the first year was great. I loved my MVP HD cohort and really had no doubts about what I was doing second year at Duke was clinical. So I went into the wards thinking, okay, this is my wards time. It's going to be great because I'm going to go back to PHD land after this. You know that that was going to be about a four year journey and then head back to medicine and Duke. The whole thing might have taken me six years of meditating, probably more likely. Seven. Actually, a lot of people do do five years. No, yes. Seven. So four years of research plus the three years of medical and because Duke has a condensed program anyway, but somewhere during, I think at the end of my first research year, I was starting to ask different questions about what I wanted my life to look like. And you know, as a twenty two year old, I was single graduating college, or I guess twenty one when I was applying because it was during that that fall of two thousand one single really like was sort of being encouraged not to think about. You know, family planning like it was very anti thankful to the Williams education to even like bring those topics up. So they didn't cross my mind. And it was almost like if someone were to mention that, I would be very indignant about it. Like how dare you mentioned that I will be thirty by the time I or thirty five or thirty six by the time in practicing medicine, right? So I really didn't go there. But medical started two thousand two. I met my husband who is my boyfriend..

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"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"Liked and then for younger teens i would really recommend a book called fly girl right sherri smith and it's about a girl named item jones all she wants to fly because her dad was a pilot but she's african american and she's not allowed to but she finds a way and it makes a great story so this is for younger teens like grades maybe seven nine but it can be really hard to find inspiring books still feel age appropriate for that that age range at least i feel like i have a hard time finding those for my kids and i really love that also for younger teens maybe up to about age sixteen there's a great book by renee watson called piecing together about a girl named jade who is just so winning and likeable although she is she's not perfect because she's a person but she's trying to figure things out and grow up in g kinda lives between two worlds because she goes to really a wealthy school on scholarship but she doesn't live in that community and jeeze trying to figure out who she is what she wants and it's done so well so relatable and is one that adults can read and really enjoy also i was happy and sad to see this last year on a book on a book list that had books that had been under appreciated and under red because they deserve more readers highlighted but i want everybody to read it okay well now we're splashing it around this podcast makings doing your part i know this the hard question i would struggle to answer this and i understand john reina understand all of it but let's say you had to the you're forced to answer my question because it's my podcast so if you had to pick what is what's your all time favorite book okay so this rotates and it might be different next month but one favourite that has been in my regular rotation for a while now is wallace stagner 's crossing to safety and i've read this it least half dozen times in the past five years because i didn't read it for years and years and years because i thought it sounded boring in a does it really sounds boring that's the problem with the book like this because it's the story of four people to marry couples living selfproclaimed very ordinary lives in it's the story of a marriage and friendship and what happens these to normal couple starting in the thirties over the course of i don't know forty years and i really love in meyer enjoy when an author can take the events of everyday life in just make you feel their weight because that's how we live our lives you know like moments that really matter that relationship things aren't often like the big party or the big wedding or the graduation but there that that one conversation at the dinner table that changed everything and i love how he really makes you feel what matters in these stories of like a vacation sometime at the cabin this conversation we had in the car or in your on the sofa in your basement it's so good.

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"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"The pool reading on your couch when you could be cleaning or working or whatever like no you need some downtime that's a great reminder to get this time of year to give yourself a break nice good recommendation okay so for a lot of us are kids are home from school it is summer we just need them to do something we need them to be quiet we need thirty minutes maybe an hour we can squeeze it a wonder if you have any good recommendation for good books for let's say like older elementary or middle school do you have anything for them and then maybe high schoolers and you haven't read harry potter that something that can really work on audio because jim dale is a gift in the heavens for all ages like the parents can listen in not want to hurl themselves out the window and kids can listen to and of course that depends on like what they're ready for like my youngest kid read the first three or four books when he was five and six that would never have worked for my older it's very different personalities but but that can be a lotta fun the red wall series by brian jake's is amazing and is amazing audio and also something a lot of parents don't expect because it does feel very young to them is beverly cleary is amazing on audio especially the henry huggins books because they are read by neil patrick harris and he is amazing i wanted to know that entry oh that's so great i mean i grew up on the ramona books read by stockard channing and so that's fun she's good but she does beezus in this really breathy voice that i think tank kind of annoying and she does and that gets old but neil patrick here as ing such a good recommendation what about the older kids out of high school okay that that depends on what they like okay so i would really recommend checking out the printz award that's p r i n t z so what that is is it gets you out of waie section of the library which like they all know to look at so i would really recommend to readers who are looking to help their teens pick out books to check out the alex awards so you know that you're teens are often going to gravitate to the weiss action the library unless they're not into that and they gravitate to science or mystery or whatever they like but the alex awards highlights books that are published into the adult market that are really great reeds for teens so in the past they've highlighted books like the martian as a book that kids might not check out but perfect for them so i really liked it totally my my kids have read really surprised me when they found these because of a summer reading enlist they've been reading john grisham in agatha christie two picks that i would not have thought of that they really really.

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"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"But this is the story of how she came to get the plum job of the new york times food critic in what happened after she got and she tell these amazing stories that totally makes sense but i never would have thought about in advance how she realized very quickly that she couldn't dine out in report to fellow new yorkers what their dining experience might be like because she realized that her picture was posted on the wall of every kitchen exactly any staff member that spotted her we get a five hundred dollar bonus and she ended up literally like i'd sit down they'd see it was me and the strawberries on my chocolate cake would be four times bigger than everybody else's and you know they'd roll out the red carpet for her but what was it like to really dine there if you were just if if i were to walk in or you were to walk in our service be like so she goes undercover so there's this whole story that has she teams up with an actress costumer friend of her mother's she creates these personas and she goes out to dine dressed as chloe and dressed glenda in they're all very different women so she talks about the food and the job and i find that by itself so she gets weirdly reflective and a really fascinating way about how different it feels to go out to eat i think she goes to daniel leaser all restaurants never go to because of money but i like to read about it because what are books for if not to vicariously experience other things but she goes out as a really prim blonde who has very polished clothing and that's a totally different experience that she goes out to eat herself and she goes out to eat as a more subdued older woman who gets feary bad service some places so that's really interesting to read about all these different characters treated by the people she encounters but if you like behind the scenes of any world but especially the food world it's just so fun totally you know i told you on your podcast that i love food books i just i love them i love them i find them fascinating interesting and you're right i don't know what the thing is but something about reading them the summer just feels right i don't know if it's because i have a little bit more time to cook i have more time to think about food i'm not really sure what it is but she is such a good writer too she's got a real like generous touch with the pin she's a she's a really good with language not just food and i absolutely love all right let me ask you this one let's about thrillers now you've given us a couple of murder mysteries which are fine let's say it we take turns to tiny bit either darker or scarier or i mean zinger thrillers what page turner's are your favorites this year okay i personally i'm getting a little cranky with all the domestic nor so okay over the twist there are there are a lot that have come out the summer so if you if you do like that john the perfect mother came out may i and i think it's well done okay did really enjoy when back in the fall by jc ellison it's called by to me and especially if you're a reader who loves to read books that in the world of books in reading this is about two married writers he's a literary novelist in she is looked down on because she writes historical romance and he thinks that doesn't really count even though she's making bank in her fans love her but they seem to have this perfect marriage notice the theme here in the summer books but then she disappears.

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"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"White mother and i'm bringing this child into this world like oh help me and then of course there's some bones in the attic it's so fun but it's so good like you can keep turning the pages but like has punch is not just like oh i just i'm gonna forget i ever read that because now my vacations over okay good recommendation we'll also put up some other books and she said they're all good well we'll definitely highlight almost sisters but we'll show over others let's go to well you just tell me three things but you also said anything by julie buck buxbaum yes i find a lot of readers including myself who don't who read why but don't read a ton of it really liked to read it at the beach some it just seems to strike the right note in a way it doesn't when you're like cozied up by the fire in november so so i love tummy three things and what to say next also quite good and these books are about teenage girls mostly working through junk but also finding a little bit of unexpected love and they're just so sweets without being stabby and they're the right amount of realistic in they go through hard things but you know going in this is going to end well for all involved in sometimes that's really what you want from beach read totally one hundred percent is always what i want from bay treat you wrap that thing up tidy you give me a happy ending like don't you dare leave me hanging for a beach book no thank you i want it perfectly wrapped up by the last page i think the next one you suggested to is also why right the hate you give into thomas yes also why if you haven't read it summer is a great time for those same reasons now this doesn't have the same promise julie buxbaum where you know that everything's gonna be like nicely tied up at the end voted at but you know it's a story with since that reads real easy by the pool i mean that one hundred percent positive way but like definitely read it summer's great time but for a lesser known pick i really like dreamland burning by jennifer lay them in this is a story about two teens living one hundred years apart in oklahoma in tulsa and if you heard all the buzz about killers of the flower moon the non fiction book by david grann which is about so yeah i did the birth of fbi the osage murders how the the members of the osage tribe we're wealthy because they got all the oil money from the oil that was drilled out beneath their reservation land and then in the nineteen twenties i believe a lot of these osage members started dying and it was it became obvious over time that it was because they're being murdered for their money basically dreamland burning is set in the same time so you see a really excellent fiction companion to that book or totally stand alone if you want there's no reason you can't just read this and enjoy it for fun like i gave it to my thirteen year old to read enjoy because it's a good book but it's about two teens one hundred years apart both dealing with density issues both are mixed race both are on the trail of a mystery that they have to solve before bad things happen to could people soga interesting storyline i like that one let's talk about one more on the classic beach read and i'm so happy that you listed this because i love her and read all her books use adjusted garlic and sapphires by ruth reichel who's a food critic oh yeah i don't know about classic beach read but like that's i love to read foodie fiction at made no no i do too not fiction but it reads like it's hopefully it does but i love to read books at the beach like me a good story involving involving all the delicious things i will never make it will want to and i'm so happy but i love garlic and sapphires because less so than some of our other books which are like oh my childhood oh my mother oh my early love right this is it's star you know i don't know if i would've picked it up based on the title but i love ruth racial and she's right there on the cover it's so great it's fun.

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"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"Because another category that you have which i like are just absolutely classic betrayed so i mean in other words you're reading about probably water while you're on the water it needs to be like really really trite very very obvious and there's probably romance they're very likely might be a seafood boil i don't know why seafood boils factor in to be treated so often but they do so tell us what classic be treats are on your list this year okay almost sisters in case you need a little prompting got a lowest here almost sisters or you said anything by joshua jackson yes for sure okay so classic beast beach rates will first of all i have to say that if you are looking for that kind of thing read the wedding date read anything by ellen hildebrand like you know there's that section the bookstore this time of year where all the books are sky blue and they're saying cover and maybe some of it's true it's really what you're in the mood for like a dorothea benton frank is really popular this time of year mary kay andrews is nancy thayer this time of year all right kind of books or somebody is getting married at the beach totally but he wants something a little more spicy i would recommend anything by jocelyn jackson so she's a southern author conally sinks you again into that like atmospheric south her books take place in georgia and alabama and the characters are often a little small town or sometimes you small town meet city but she does a really good job of doing what we talked about earlier writing stories that really have substance that wrestle with issues that really really matter while being really really easy in fun to read her books can be a little like she has strong takenoprisoners females her books or sometimes they're a little like wishy washy the beginning this story but then like they rise to the occasion in they make things happen but i just i really love her stories noise she does relationships but also like she talks about things that matter so her most recent book was almost sisters starts with a oh she's just so funny she talks about how her character gets pregnant at a one night stand it come at khan and she says something like how it all happened because of the tequila which was never a handmaiden to good decisions after she finds herself pregnant with a baby she's certain it's going to be black because that's really all she knows that the guy was really handsome he's wearing a batman costume he was one hundred percent african american so about the time she realized that she's pregnant she needs to go home to deep south small town alabama in the timing mixer thank like oh my gosh i'm raising a black baby i'm a.

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"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"Stagner if you like any of those authors this is an amazing book for you it's about a muslim american indian family living in california yeah yeah yeah it's so good okay in a nutshell you have five people to parents three kids who are earnestly trying to do the right thing for themselves in by their family but despite all their good intentions it has all fall into pieces so at the beginning of the story there's a little bit of hope for redemption because the like the prodigal son brother comes back to his sister's wedding and she wasn't sure he would because he hasn't seen anybody in the family in four years in series of flashbacks she find out what happened that that caused the family to break and how there might be hope or not for them in for it but it's so deeply immersed in the this family's individual culture and then this is a muslim family living in california during during the time of nine eleven for example yeah really horrible about how people in the family are treated at that point because they're muslim and their father has beard and and there's a forbidden love interest which which is actually the source of the title so a place for us comes from a west side story lyric the question is like end is forbidden relationship between two families who who don't want their kids to be together could it possibly work like is there is there a place for this relationship in the world we live in and in the last eighty pages like get the tissues wait hold on jen if you read this do not read it on an airplane because we talked about that okay you'll have some stranger turning and i feel my book steeply like i am a book crier so i can't turn that valve and i know that you love this because you told me about on your podcast so now it is he allen has earned its place on mine annan yours i that is a fabulous actually do like that dynamic too i don't like it i don't like books that are overly wrought does that make sense when when it is very clear that the authors sole intention is to be a little bit overly sentimental overly earnest almost just to illicit a crybaby response but when it comes out in good writing when it comes out in real life tension and relationships and dilemma and conflict then i love it i love it when i feel like it's sincere and when i feel like it's good writing and good story we've got one more on the new and noteworthy new and hot list and it is called an by the way i love this title i do titles so weird antipoll d in the sicilian lions fabulous title mario jeered donna i do i but i am title person that is drawn to very nontraditional titles that are long and wordy and i i always like those in fact i've tried to title so many of my books long hard to understand basically sentences and my publisher will never have it i'm like i think that you have no idea what it means but it's interesting enough to pick it up which to me is what the sounds like anti the the cillian lions i don't know because if i were to see this on an end cap someplace might go who is anti poli and why do i care where actually you might be going ooh who's anti police and why don't you hit anybody anti i'm already interested so yes i would positively pick this book up by title alone if you saw the cover it would push you the rest of the way because it's bright in talian in this book is set in sicily as you might guess from the titles and there's a woman on the front with a well you can see like her arm she's holding a glass of she's got the whole body cider knowing anti pal she's probably gonna drink at all maybe before breakfast there's a cigarette smoking and there's a gun on the balcony already okay so i love this because it is a murder mystery but it is bright and fun despite the fact that somebody dies but they weren't my sky is set in sicily anti poli is.

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"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"Link so we'll have everything linked everything everything everything don't worry about it okay i love the next one that you picked because i didn't really she had this book out i actually love delasalle toast i love her like her books like belong to me i i a jorde them i recommended them to everybody what was the second one that went with it love walked in was the first to me that's what it was and i just find her such a wonder awful writer and she does relationships in very nuanced delightful away so i didn't know about albir bluesky so tell us about it well it's new it just came out of march and it's lovely and it makes me so happy that you have all the field for maria della santos because what i love in a betrayed is a book that reads like easy breezy turning the pages i can reach pages at time i can like yell at my kid to stop running the pool and get back to the book and i can pick right back up and it's fine but also like i don't want it to be fluff like i wanted to actually have some substance underneath the easy reading pros and i feel that she does that so well and she writes about especially women and their relationships early really thoughtfully in a way that really resonates so this is similar to the perfect couple in one and maybe only one way we'll maybe too so it begins with a non wedding and there's a literary mystery involved and it's just good so it picks up with the characters from love walks in and belong to me you read level often this is claire all grown up she's the one who doesn't get married yeah on about page eighteen of the book and death who is tayo son that we've met embrace books but citing a no so she doesn't get married because she has this chance encounter with an old woman that she feels this like instant kind of connection to who drops cs lewis quote inner ear she's like courage to your heart in and clair's like oh you're good people i can trust what you're saying but then this woman dies and leaves clear her house and she's like snow it's called bluesky house which is where the title comes from and in this house clear fines this literary documents that hints at the history of the house in the history of edith who left it to her so any readers who like a good literary mystery like thirteenth tail or anything by charlie love it this is a good literary mystery with really great characters who are trying to figure out what they want from their most important relationships in life and it deals with really serious issue so it comes up in the story that the blue sky house was actually a shelter house on something almost i'm hesitant to use this phrase but i think it captures the idea very well like almost like the underground railroad but it was in the fifties wow in women who are fleeing abusive husbands were being very safe day because it was a legal to leave in in this time and place so but they are lives and their children's lives were in danger so there was this network of safe houses to get these women to different cities or even out of the country and blue sky house was one of them so clear speaking out what happened back then what does it mean for her now and what is she going to do him by her current romantic quandary okay excellent recommendation i am positively buying that after we get off this podcast okay let's talk about the next one the on sombo and i wanna i don't wanna miss pronounce this author's name is that i i think it's age gable agia according official npr style guide that has thing okay h gable the on sample tells about it so this is fun it's a beautiful cover it's another debut it set.

"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"To called the proposal i think okay might be the same but don't home to that but but she's a black woman who has a real job she doesn't work in some small town with diner she lives in a city it has girlfriends and they talk about guys and their jobs and their families and their life and she said that she just didn't see people like her in fiction and sushi wrote it so in the wedding date the girl is black the guy is white in completely blind to like why this might be a problem or why it might be weird for her to be like one of two not white people at the wedding and they also live in different cities they have to navigate these real life tensions that jasmine gillary said that her real actual friends are dealing with and it's fun to see your own problems reflected and works through successfully in fiction but it never feels like this is not in issues book right couching some message yeah little plot like no it's just a fun read but i do really like that about it okay i really like that background you just sold me on that and on her debut writers exciting to it's really fun to somebody into the world with for the first time with their first brand new book maybe i am so excited for them let's talk about the next one coalesce ick summer author alan hildebrand tween wait wait a summary what do you like about the perfect couple it's so different for her it's so different so this is a murder mystery in i think it's really fun because i've heard helen ellen hildebrand say for years i'm going to one more book i'm going to write one and he's writing one more time but in this novel which is about a wedding that goes non wedding the goes really terribly horribly bad because the bride is fleeing the wedding sites the berry fancy expensive nantucket home on the run this place way too early in the morning with a suitcase today she's supposed to get married and she finds her maid of honor washed up in the bay dead the perfect couple is a really like like sinai title because there is no such thing okay in the book the groom's mother is an author she's novelist who has had better days and she is presumed to be in one line of dialogue coasting in her mid career i really feel like ellen hildebrand is saying like lemay baby i'm getting that's amazing so it's a twisty murder mystery and i i thought like ellen hildebrand pull this off but if you read any of her books before she does right about families that have issues because that makes for good fiction and so like it's just another couple steps to throw in nice murder she does it it's good you wanna know what happens next and that's what i want by the way everybody listening don't worry that you're driving and you can't write all these town as always we're going to have all of this over a gin hamburger dot com on the podcast.

"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"Share books that i have read cover to cover i didn't at the very beginning but after sharing a few books i was really excited to read reading them in thinking i can't believe i wasted space for a hardcover in my suitcase for this garbage like like i i i haven't read right because that's the worst right yeah that's the worst and then you want to have to stand by a recommendation that you thought you were going to believe it and then you decided that you did and i think that's a great call i mean it's really fun to talk about later like hey readers i hated this how about you people to talk about books they found disappointing but but that would be a little harsh oh my gosh it's so much fun to have those conversations people love to talk about books they hate that by the way let's just put a pin in that really quick and i mean let's just hear it can you just tell us one buck that you read that you thought i'm gonna love this book and you hated it i didn't prep you for that question sorry but juicy let's just start with hate okay i will say that there were some books by authors that i have known and loved that i picked up this time and i started reading in one i just thought was bad like do they edit this one i know that like i was really excited about a new book from jenny cogan who's written she writes books called things like the book shop on the corner is sentenced scotland it's a librarian were onery matchmaker it's in the jacket copy that book in my life she had new book come out this summer and i love jenny colgan but i started writing the second book i'm like oh this is not good for the summer reading guide so not the strongest book in the series of the same and i like that it can even be a beloved author this book i was so excited about it was the second in a trilogy and i didn't realize that i and i didn't want to put a book in the guide that wasn't a good introduction to her work indefinitely wasn't a good introduction to the series so i was excited it was coming out but i read it and went you know this could be a great book for a lot of people but it's not right for here okay i like that you have a you have a trained i and ear to know what's going to work for the guide because it's kind of a specific reading list and definitely i know what you mean when i introduce somebody to a new writer no matter what i pick my favorite of their books for them to start because i i want them to fall hard and then have grace later another one wasn't quite up to standard let's let's let's go back to the nice side of things some of the books on your summer reading guide starting with what you've you put it in categories which i love so one of your categories is new and hot like what's new and hot this summer and so these are the titles that we according to you absolutely need to get our hands on for a good summary let's talk about the first one which is the wedding date by jasmin i wanna say gillary sounds good to me this is really fun romantic comedy her summer it's the kind of thing when people think beach read this is what they're thinking so a man and a woman get stuck in an elevator sparks fly they hit it off he invites her to be his date to the wedding of his ex girlfriend that he broke up with on really bad terms and he decided he's gonna feel like a loser if he goes by itself in this really cute so so she goes as girlfriend and then sparks start flying and they end up like it ends up kinda going someplace but of course the relationship is fraught with peril or would not be a romantic comedy but i really liked the backstory find this so this is by jasmin gallery it's her debut she has another one coming out this fall.

"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"mrs darcy" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"You need to make a list while you're listening just head over there and you will get it also you are going to love and she is just darling so let me welcome her to the show okay i'm so pleased to welcome you to the show and thank you for being on oh i am so excited so it looks with you today jenn what's so funny is i was just on your podcast just a minute ago like it just feels like we just had this conversation was it really was it last week maybe two weeks ago i'd have been time moves slow and fast in the summer okay that's very very true in the interim i graduated a whole human person and so honestly it could have been three months ago but it feels like it was two days ago and so i am you're the perfect person to have on this specific show so obviously we're in the middle of a series on the podcast is called for the love of summer and you are returning the podcast favor and so by the way anybody listening and podcast is what should i read next and it's fabulous it's wonderful and we're going to have that linked up in the transcript so you can go over and backfill all your little bookie heart's content so i just told her audience a little bit about you your annual summer reading guide which is phenomenal and so i wonder if you can start right there tell us a little bit more about the submarine guide what compelled you to start telling us all what to read over the summer and what kind of keeps you coming back to this list year after year okay so we started this in two thousand twelve and i hate to say this right off the bat but like so many of my good modern mrs darcy ideas it was my husband's idea being eating on it but credit where credit is due right yep you're right so if i remember correctly all the way back to two thousand twelve he it was like march and he was watching me start to obsess about what i was going to read that summer i make lis and we live next door to a library at the time and i was checking stuff out of the library and i was making stacks and i had like three notebooks and he's like you're crazy person and also if you should look because either you are so weird about your summer reading people are going to be like this is fascinating an alien and i can't look away or you're gonna find out there all these people just like you out there in their own little houses making their own little crazy lists they don't want their friends to see because it's neurotic and weird and you're gonna find your people and they're gonna love it but either like summer reading right either way you're already doing it so he's actually exactly not just right at an acute graphic and i'm sure the second was true right i mean you gathered all the reading nerds and all the world i i'm so pleased to geek out over books and reading and i don't even care all the nerds and all the land yeah yes it's perfect and so i we're going to have obviously your list all the way up to talk a ton about it today but i wonder how hard it is for you to decide what makes the cut in your modern mrs darcy summer reading guide is there like do you have a scoring rubric is this like a march madness bracket cast lots like there's just so many books and they're so good and when you're a book enthusiasts like you and i are is just really hard to separate so how do you choose what goes in okay it's hard and it's easy i have spent several decades beating back my like inner perfectionist maximize her but some are reading really brings it out because every year i think like oh this is a great group titles but but what if i can make it better what if i read like forty more books and found like four more diamonds would only need like i dunno under sixty two hours and i'm publishing the guide in the week like i could do this right so but but really i.

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"mrs darcy" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mrs darcy" Discussed on Forever35

"A weekly podcast devoted to book talk reading recommendations and literary matchmaking every week reader tells host and bogle three books they love one book they hate and what they're reading now and recommends three titles they should read next it's like the most genius concept like a book fortune teller totally they also just discuss all things books and reading like what to do in the library is running your life what a novels road to publication really looks like which everyone should probably know personality types of fictional characters the perfect audio books for summer road trip or when it gets really controversial the right way to organize your book shows are you a color bookshelf person who controversial they look very cool and is the creator of the popular blog modern mrs darcy and her book lists and reading guides have really established her as a taste maker among readers authors and publishers and she's also the author of two books so she knows what she's talking about and the show features an a huge variety of guests that represent an enormous range of reading styles sometimes and chats with like literary professionals independent bookstore owners acquisition editors audiobook narrators and literary agents but most often her guests our regular readers people who sound like they could be your mom your sister you me dory yeah all of us all of us if you you can really jump in anywhere but if you're looking for a place to start episode one twenty eight when contemporary fiction feels like a crap shoot is kind of a great one i also love episodes sixty the last page can make it or break it so yeah you guys should check this out listen to what should i read next wherever you get your podcast or right on the podcast site at what should i read next podcast dot com.

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