249: Live Show at RT Part II: Quizzing the Bitches

It’s Part Two of our live show, recorded Friday, May 5, 2017, at the Romantic Times BookLovers Convention in Atlanta! We had wine, snacks, and a room full of somewhat tired and entirely awesome podcast fans, and I’m so excited to share the audio with you! With Robin Bradford’s help, I administered a devious quiz to Amanda, Carrie, Elyse, and RedHeadedGirl, and they tolerated it with aplomb.

Big Thanks to our Patreon supporters. I could not have done this without you, and you are all wonderful. Thanks again to Beth, Mel, Erin, Elizabeth, and everyone who helped me set up the live show. And thanks to Robin Bradford, Amanda, Carrie, Elyse and RedHeadedGirl – and everyone who came to make the live show recording so much fun.

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This Episode’s Music

Our music is provided each week by Sassy Outwater, whom you can find on Twitter @SassyOutwater.

This is from Caravan Palace, and the track is called “Maniac.”

You can find their two album set with Caravan Palace and Panic on Amazon and iTunes. And you can learn more about Caravan Palace on Facebook, and on their website.


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