Todd is joined once more time in 2020 by Kenn and Megan, and the three of them talk about the incredible journey the Blue Team has been on in 2020. They run through some of the highlights of where they’ve been, and also discuss future books for 2021.

 

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  1. HankRhody Freelance Philosopher Contributor
    HankRhody Freelance Philosopher
    @HankRhody

    Yeah, probably my biggest problem with y’alls podcast is not getting to listen to episodes because of spoilers. “Oh hey! They’ve got a new one out! Oh. Rhthym of war. That’ll have to wait.” I just finished Storm Front this past week. Going to be a bit before I’m going to listen to any of your Dresden Files shows.

    Still, Happy New Years and keep up the good work.

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  2. Craig Hanks Contributor
    Craig Hanks
    @craighanks

    HankRhody Freelance Philosopher (View Comment):

    Yeah, probably my biggest problem with y’alls podcast is not getting to listen to episodes because of spoilers. “Oh hey! They’ve got a new one out! Oh. Rhthym of war. That’ll have to wait.” I just finished Storm Front this past week. Going to be a bit before I’m going to listen to any of your Dresden Files shows.

    Still, Happy New Years and keep up the good work.

    Understandable! The best way around that is to join the Discord server. Everyone there is SUPER conscientious about spoilers, so you can discuss as you read instead of having to wait until you finish an entire author’s oeuvre to join in.

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  3. HankMorgan Coolidge
    HankMorgan
    @HankMorgan

    If you really want to go way back into the roots of sci-fi, I’d recommend A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court by Mark Twain and Mysterious Island by Jules Verne. There’s also plenty to pick from by Verne and HG Wells, but those are my favorites from that era.

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