Arnie Dragonlance: Cannibalism, Lizards, Sewer People, Over-Developed Character Flaws

Explicit: some cursing & sexy talk in this episode. A tangent episode in which Kaisha, Kelsey, and Dylan celebrate Kelsey’s birthday with all manner of bookish silliness. Come along as Dylan calls Kelsey old, then tries to scramble his way out of it. We talk about good, old-fashioned hate reads. Kelsey asks what would make Dylan and Kaisha quit reading a book. We chat about Kaisha’s superpower, identifying books based solely upon book covers. We talk about plot points that turn us away from a book and so much more. You don’t want to miss this snort-laugh fest!

Welcome to Read.Write.Repeat.

Our totally awesome intro was created by Mike Fraedrich. You can find more from Mike at & The first one points to his Twitter, the second his music. Thanks, Mike!!

Listeners weigh in:

Test Kaisha’s superpower. Describe a book cover and see if she can guess the book!

Let us know in the comments section below, or by tagging us on social media! Your response might be featured in an upcoming show and you will be entered into our monthly giveaway!

Books, quirks, and intrigues, oh my!

  • Wall of the Eye, Wall of the Sky
  • How to Survive a Science Fictional Universe
  • Murakami
  • Penguin Classics
  • The Unnamed Masterpiece
  • Effi Briest
  • Westworld
  • Dragon Lance
  • The Forgotten Realms
  • Outlander
  • Highlander
  • Stranger Things
  • Pop Vinyls
    • Smaug
    • Pinky
    • Will Ferrell
  • The Alot
  • Allie Brosh
  • Feast for Crows
  • Dance with Dragons
  • Throne of Glass
  • The Pisces & Dune

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That brings us to the end of yet another read.write.repeat episode! We have to give a big shout out to Mike Fraedrich for our intro music.

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