Hello, wizard people! It’s time for chapter six of the Harry Potter read-along/reread with the Book Smugglers. I approached this one with some trepidation, because the first two ...On July 22, 2016 / By Erika Jelinek
Alright, alright, alright. I am officially SUPER BEHIND on the read along, and I blame the real world for that. If you want more explanation than that, you’ll ...On July 7, 2016 / By Erika Jelinek
Once upon a time a few months ago I was at the beach with my cousin, and when we were discussing Harry Potter faves I mentioned I really loved The Goblet ...On May 6, 2016 / By Erika Jelinek
I am fairly certain I am not alone when I say that The Prisoner of Azkaban is my favorite Harry Potter book. It’s the first time we meet ...On April 1, 2016 / By Erika Jelinek
Hello! Hello. I interrupt your regularly scheduled Book Punks content to bring your attention to a read along that I, Erika, will be participating in over at the ...On January 27, 2016 / By Erika Jelinek
Drum roll please. Announcing The Official Schedule and Index for the 2016 PKD read along of The Exegesis and the accompanying monthly novel. January Exegesis: Introduction, Pages 1-75 ...On December 15, 2015 / By Nicolette Stewart
“The Exegesis is dizzying, bewildering, exhilarating, and more or less as strange as it sounds. But again, should you read it? It doesn’t contain the answers to all ...On November 26, 2015 / By Nicolette Stewart
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