Episode 7 now out!

In the latest installment of the Fear Street series, The Sleepwalker, we see Mayra sleepwalking down to Fear Lake. It’s actually kind of terrifying if you think about it. Even the most relaxed person likes to have a semblance of control over their life. To have a sleepwalking problem is basically having no conscious control over what you are doing. Mayra almost drowns in Fear Lake in her sleep. Terrifying.

Surge and Anna do make light of it at times, but seriously, if you have this problem, go get a sleep study done. We also come off pretty judgey about how her mom handles it. Which, hey, we’re not parents. Maybe it’s not fair for us to do that. Props to her mom for trying her best.

On a lighter note, we did struggle in figuring out how to pronounce Mayra. We couldn’t decide if it was like “Myra” or maybe “May-ra”, so we just went all out and found a different perhaps unique way. It actually sounds pretty cool, but you need to listen to find out how.

Anna also reviewed The Animators by Kayla Rae Whitaker at the start. It’s a stellar book about friendship and unbreakable bonds that people should definitely check out. For a longer review you have to listen to the episode!

On that note, listen to Episode 07 – Fear Street 6: The Sleepwalker on Spreaker.

Episode 4 Youtube is now up!

The Youtube version of episode 4 is up! Please check it out!
You may notice that it was uploaded over a week ago, our bad for not letting you guys know earlier.

We do prefer the youtube version of this episode over the spreaker one for a simple reason, we may have had an equipment mishap during recording so the wrong mic was used for recording. The visuals truly help tie the episode together.  Another bonus with having visuals? You can see how to check for someones vitals in an emergency situation with visuals. Obviously, a Red Cross or American Heart Association class would be advised as well.

It was a fun book and as outdoors people, we definitely dug it.

Anna also reviewed Sarah Kuhn’s book Heroine Complex. Anna has wanted to branch out into reading more Asian-American authored/featured books so this was on the top of her list courtesy of Drunk Monk Podcast.  There’s a story within the book that is completely relatable to any Asian American who has brought their favorite “native” food to school. The book also made us check the movie Heroic Trio out from the library and we look forward to watching that.

Anyways

First episode out!

Thanks for coming to check out our wordpress. We just published our first episode where we ended up discussion the show and talking about The Fireman by Joe Hill. Spoiler alert, Surge was not the biggest fan.

It was pretty fun to be able to chat about the book and we look forward to discussing more books down the line.

The main goal of the podcast is actually to get Surge up to speed on what he missed out on during his 90’s childhood in terms of books. He may or may not be doing this willingly, and perhaps he missed out on nothing.

The plan for now is to start with the Fear Street books by RL Stine and slowly make our down some sort of literary path.

However, we will also be starting out each podcast with a general rundown of other non-90’s geared toward kids books that we’ve read recently.

Anyways, without further ado.

Listen to “Episode 01 – Show Introduction and The Fireman by Joe Hill” on Spreaker.