66 Podcast Episodes
Latest 25 Mar 2023 | Updated Daily
The Midnight Library, By Matt Haig
Bookkish With Two K's
Hang out with Kaitlyn and Kendra as they discuss the very first book of 2023, The Midnight Library, by Matt Haig and the life moments that they would find in their own “Midnight Library”.Also, exciting announcement at end regarding to our next Minisode that you won’t want to miss!To continue the Bookish discussions, check out our community pages listed below! Goodreads Group TikTok Instagram
16 Jan 2023
The Midnight Library, Matt Haig
A Couple of Notes
Behind every New Year's resolution is an end of the year regret. Nora Seed is about to experience infinite chances to change her life in search of the one thing more elusive than perfection, contentment. Find us on Patreon www.patreon.com/coupleofnotes and twitter @coupleofnotes. Our New Year's resolution is to give you an alternative to twitter next year. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/acoupleofnotes/support
1 Jan 2023
The Midnight Library by Matt Haig / Story Club 005 - AICS 205
This New York Times bestselling book tackles the topic of regrets and the question of what would happen if we had a chance to actually see how different our lives would be had we made different choices. But will the novel live up to expectations or will it feel like a wolf in sheep's clothing, falling flat for the AIC Stories Story Club participants? I'm joined in this Story Club conversation by fellow story lovers Christy, Anna, Jacob, Justin, and Dean as we discuss the bestselling novel from Matt Haig, The Midnight Library. JUST A REMINDER - THIS EPISODE DOES CONTAIN SPOILERS FOR THE BOOK *** Story Club is an AIC Stories Production. All AIC Stories Original music by Adam of Yesterday's Sci-Fi podcast. Listen anytime on the Official Website, or in the podcast player of your choice by searching for “AIC Stories” in your preferred podcast app. If you'd like to become a member or just give a one time thank you, you can always Buy Me a Coffee(Or a Book) and help financially support the AIC Stories Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aicstories/message
28 Jun 2022
#55 - The Midnight Library by Matt Haig (with Laura Petro and Meggie Gates of YA, We Read It!)
2 Cents Critic
Tune in as Laura Petro and Meggie Gates (YA, We Read It!) hang out with Arthur for a recap of The Midnight Library by Matt Haig. This 2020 magical-realism take on the now-beloved Multiverse subgenre of speculative fiction follows 35-year-old Nora Seed as she ODs to escape her depressing life, which sends her off on a journey to navigate the countless versions of her life that have branched through the aforementioned multiverse. A few of the topics that the hosts chat about are mental health rep, the smell of menstrual blood being able to attract bears, multiverse media like Everything Everywhere All At Once and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and whether or not abortion should have been pursued in the Domhnall Gleeson romance About Time. TW: suicide attempt, suicidal thoughts, suicide, mental illness, depression, panic attacks, parental death, cancer, animal death, grief, alcoholism, drug abuse Spoilers start at 13:00 Good Word: • Laura: Timecrimes • Meggie: Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia • Arthur: Prime Video’s As We See It Reach out at email@example.com if you want to recommend things to watch and read, share anecdotes, or just say hello! Be sure to subscribe, rate, and review on iTunes or any of your preferred podcasting platforms! Follow Arthur on Twitter, Goodpods, StoryGraph, and Letterboxd: @arthur_ant18 Follow the podcast on Twitter and Instagram: @two_centscritic Follow Arthur on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/144101970-arthur-howell--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/arthur746/message
4 May 2022
'The Midnight Library' by Matt Haig
This Wednesday is for my book worms. Allow me to introduce you to... Book Worm Wednesday!SPOILERS | TW for mentions of suicideGoodReads: @coffeyreadsInstagram: @TheUnboundCinefem--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
13 Apr 2022
The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
Bangtan Book Club: BTS & Books
On this episode we discuss our second book of the month, The Midnight Library by Matt Haig. We also talk about what we're currently reading, the link between The Midnight Library and BTS, plus we each make a custom book recommendation for our WWH Kim Seokjin. This episode does touch on themes of suicide, mental health and death, please be gentle with yourself and maybe skip this ep if that is going to cause you any harm. The chat is also full of spoilers so if that bothers you please make sure you've read the book first.Our next book of the month is Into the Magic Shop by James R. DotyFollow us on InstagramCheck out our other podcast We Review BTSSend us an email firstname.lastname@example.orgBorahae!All the books mentioned in this episodeThe Midnight Library by Matt HaigCarrie by Stephen KingAssassin's Apprentice by Robin HobbThe Leviathan by Rosie AndrewsWho Gets to Be Smart by Bri LeeThe Sorcerer of Pyongyang by Marcel TherouxTiny Moons: A Year of Eating in Shanghai by Nina Mingya PowlesWill My Cat Eat My Eyeballs? By Caitlin DoughtyI Didn’t Do the Thing Today by Madeleine DoreAll Systems Red by Martha WellsInto the Magic Shop by James R. Doty
10 Apr 2022
The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
You're Making Me Read What?!
Enjoy this lively book discussion between Fairfax County Public Library Director Jessica Hudson and Branch Manager Christine Jones. They’re librarians who love a good book but almost never agree on what makes a book great. In this episode, Jessica and Christine discuss The Midnight Library by Matt Haig. Please note, this podcast discusses the entire book and contains spoilers. Start reading now to join us for the next episode on The Chemist by Stephanie Meyer.
29 Mar 2022
Main Quest #8 The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
Paper Quest: A Book Review Podcast
This episode’s genre: philosophical/fantasy/contemporary Join us each episode as we pull more books down from the shelves of the infinite library! We briefly discuss what solo books we are reading, then jump right into our main adventure; a spoiler-filled review on our current buddy read! Finally, we end by discussing what we look forward to reading next on our Paper Quest! If you are interested in a review of our solo reads, keep an eye out for our ‘side-quest’ episodes that drop in between the main podcast. They will contain short, spoiler-free reviews! Consider supporting us on Patreon for only $1 a month! This also grants access to all episodes two days earlier than the normal drop! https://www.patreon.com/paperquest Our podcast is available wherever you prefer to listen! Our full upcoming release schedule is pinned on our Facebook! Check us out on: YouTube: Paper Quest: A Book Review Podcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHYJ6Qs54YEBCmdP-MeHc3w Facebook: Paper Quest Podcast https://www.facebook.com/PaperQuestPodcast Instagram: @paperquestpodcast https://www.instagram.com/paperquestpodcast/ Feel free to email us at email@example.com for any questions, comments, thoughts, recommendations, and more! All feedback is welcome.
20 Mar 2022
The Comfort Book by Matt Haig - Recapturing Optimism, Toxic Positivity and Ted Lasso
This book was the first self-help book that I already know I will re-read and enjoy for the rest of my life. This ignited my mission to recapture some of my old optimism and curiosity in human nature for the new year as well as watching the fantastic TV show Ted Lasso. I also appreciate that toxic positivity exists and should be examined whilst I’m on my year long mission, so listen to me discuss my thoughts and how I’m going to change my mindset this year. GoodReads Summary: The new uplifting book from Matt Haig, the New York Times bestselling author of The Midnight Library, for anyone in search of hope, looking for a path to a more meaningful life, or in need of a little encouragement.“It is a strange paradox, that many of the clearest, most comforting life lessons are learnt while we are at our lowest. But then we never think about food more than when we are hungry and we never think about life rafts more than when we are thrown overboard.”The Comfort Book is Haig’s life raft: it’s a collection of notes, lists, and stories written over a span of several years that originally served as gentle reminders to Haig’s future self that things are not always as dark as they may seem. Incorporating a diverse array of sources from across the world, history, science, and his own experiences, Haig offers warmth and reassurance, reminding us to slow down and appreciate the beauty and unpredictability of existence.
16 Jan 2022
Episode 18 - The Comfort Book by Matt Haig
The Page Turner
Hosts Breanna, and Special Guest Amanda, discuss The Comfort Book by Matt Haig. This is a nonfiction title from the prolific fiction author that reads more like a journal than anything else. In it Haig makes note of positive and comforting quotes, memories, song quotes, philosophical quotes, and more as a point of comfort. Although the aim is to comfort, he doesn't back away from difficult topics, such as depression and anxieties.
4 Jan 2022