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We answer Goodreads’ questions!

In the muck and mire of social media, there remains a beacon of hope—a lone site where we’re not going to read about politics or how everyone who disagrees with you is a fascist, misogynist, or a Canadian. That site, of course, is Goodreads, which Dave, Barnabas and I all love for obsessively tracking our reading over the course of each year.

Something they do on their social media accounts is ask reading-related questions. So, being the book connoisseurs that we are, we decided to answer a few of them for you:

  • Describe yourself in book characters.
  • If you could transport yourself to an era in a book you’re reading what would it be?
  • Which book is the best to read by the fire?
  • Which books are you embarrassed to have read but you love?
  • Transport yourself into a fictional world: what would it be?

And as you can imagine, things get weird pretty quickly. Enjoy!

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A selection of the many books mentioned in this episode:

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About the hosts

Aaron Armstrong is the author of several books and screenplays, most recently I’m a Christian—Now What?: A Guide to Your New Life with Christ. From 2016 to 2021, he was the Brand Manager of The Gospel Project, and co-host of The Hero of the Story, a podcast presented by The Gospel Project.

Dave Schroeder is the VP of Marketing for B&H Publishing Group, contributor to LifeWay Books, and a lover of many books. 

Barnabas Piper is the author of several books, most recently The Curious Christian (B&H 2017), Marketing Manager for B&H Academic, and the co-host of The Happy Rant

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