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October 5, 2014 / Cheri

Episode 93 – Blythe Rippon

This is a very special episode. I know we say all of the episodes are special but this one is extra special! Not only do we have fantastic debut author Blythe Rippon with us, we’re announcing the winners of the Bearded Clam Challenge.

We’re sending out a big thank you to all of the entrants and a massive congratulations to Norsebard and Anonymous for tying for first place! The ebook will be available by October 12th on the reading page of this website.

Now back to Barring Complications… Both Andy and I enjoyed the book and we had a fantastic time talking with Blythe. We talked about all sorts of things: Barring Complications, Once Upon a Time, and Mean Girls. Lots of stuff!

Speaking of lots of stuff, we’ve got some serious books and swag to give away! Leave your comments no later than 11/7 to be eligible to win. We’ve got a t-shirt and hat featuring the Barring Complications cover art, and three copies of the book to give to you lovely listeners. When leaving your comment, please let us know which item you’re interested in being entered for – if you want a shot at them all, that’s fine too!

You can keep up with Blythe at her blog ( or her website ( Ok, give a listen and then go grab a copy of the book.


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  1. Pat Bane / Oct 13 2014 7:16 pm

    Really enjoyed the show. You sounded like everyone was having a good time. I would take any of your swag.

  2. Cindy G. / Oct 16 2014 9:00 am

    Enjoyed the show as usual. Would love a chance to win a copy of Barring Complications.

  3. Lisa T. / Oct 23 2014 4:31 pm

    I enjoyed this episode. Barring Complications sounds really interesting and I’m definitely planning on reading it. I’d love to win a signed paperback.

  4. Marie Foose / Oct 28 2014 3:58 pm

    Sounds like a really good book. Show is good as always!

  5. amy barr / Nov 4 2014 5:46 pm

    Barring Complications sounds like a good read, please throw my name in the drawing for the tshirt. I really like the cover art and the name of the book.


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