Barely Bookish Podcast
Barely Bookish is a classic literature podcast for modern readers and is a favorite for those who’ve read the books, and those that haven’t!
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How to Annotate a Book
Note: This post may contain affiliate links. Annotating books is something I’ve always wanted to do, but I have commitment issues, so I am also going to show you how to annotate books without actually writing in them and damaging them!
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Many of us probably are familiar with the Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald through the 2013 movie with Leonardo DiCaprio, but Jessica and I take a deep dive into this story on the Barely Bookish podcast.
Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll
Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll was another episode I covered with Leah from YA Book Chat.
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
Leah from YA Book Chat and I discussed Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland as well as Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll. While I liked these books, they’re honestly too confusing to try and recount the plot from memory. So, give the episodes a listen as we recount this story.
Emma by Jane Austen
Emma by Jane Austen is full of matchmaking and drama! This story is simply so fun and there are so many marriage proposals, indirect discourse, and secrets.
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott is absolutely a morality story, which is not something I knew going into it. So, if you read this story as a child and wanted to reread it, you would probably enjoy the reread. But, as an adult reading this for the first time, it definitely feels like it’s…