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Episode 72 – The Spreadsheet Olympics

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Happy Sunday, Clovers.

At long last, you have the nerd-a-riffic, highly specific content you’ve been waiting for — the whole All Souls Trilogy plot shebang in one spreadsheet. It was a (very colorful, slightly stressful) labor of love, but it definitely puts things in a whole new perspective. You can download the PDF version of the slides here:

This episode wraps our wraps, closes all the books, answers all the questions — well, at least most of them. We’re talking about trilogy structure, strong plotting choices, sneaky plotting choices, a little bit of time travel, and all our favorite things about the All Souls Trilogy. You don’t want to miss it.

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If you’re interested in our other trilogy wrap episodes, you can check out Episode 70: The List on the Seat of Our Pants or Episode 71: The Narrative Ish. Our book-level wrap episodes are here.

Until we start Time’s Convert in April or so, you can find us on Twitter, Facebook, Redbubble, and Patreon. You can always e-mail us at chamomileandclovecast@gmail.com.

Thanks for the journey, y’all. It’s been amazing.

xoxo

Cait and Jen

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Episode 71 – The Narrative Ish

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Happy Sunday, loves.

We promise — the plot and time travel discussion is coming — we’re just chickens. Procrastinating chickens. This week, we’re talking about all the themes covered by the All Souls Trilogy — identity, family, love and trauma, redemption, the meaning of the epigraph, and on and on. While wrapping our brains around these huge topics, we’re also talking about redeeming antagonists, the price of responsibility, divinity, cosmic duologies, and even a little tiny bit of time travel. It’s a big, meaty episode, so dig in and let us know what you think by shooting us a message on Twitter, sending us an e-mail, or by joining our discussion group, the Chamomile & Clove Clovers on Facebook.

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Keep your eyes peeled for our Time’s Convert reading schedule on Twitter and Facebook. Also, MARK YOUR CALENDARS for All Souls Con this October in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Next time, we PLOT.

xoxox

Cait and Jen

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Episode 70 – The List on the Seat of Our Pants, or, Our First Attempt to Talk About A Trilogy

Clovers,

How does one wrap up a trilogy? How does one pick up all of the threads of plot and character and all of the questions we asked in the dozens of episodes we asked in between the first cover and the last? You try your damned best and see what shakes out at the end. We made a list and we tried to follow it, y’all.

In this episode, we’re talking about character arcs, genre, antagonists, narration, fated mates, patriarchy, and women in fiction as they apply to the entire trilogy…. and we’re just getting started. Next time, it’s themes and motifs and maybe some time travel and… well, we’ll see how far we get.

Download the episode here.

Thank you SO much to all of you who participated in our giveaway with the All Souls Discussion Group! We’re so glad you enjoyed the prizes and can’t wait to collaborate with Deb’s team again, soon. If you have a minute, we’d love if you review us on iTunes or Google Play or Facebook or the pod-gatherer of your choice. You can also follow us on Twitter, become a member of our Facebook group, support us on Patreon, or buy our merch on Redbubble. If we’re not to your taste, we hope you’ll check out our friends Daemons Discuss, the All Souls Witchy Women, and the All Souls Pod!

Thanks for all that you do to keep us going. We love you!

xox

Cait and Jen

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Episode 69 – Segway Away

Happy Sunday, Dear Clovers!

This is our last discussion of The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness. It is not, however, our last foray into the world of All Souls. In addition to our planned All Souls Trilogy wrap episodes, we will be continuing to discuss A Discovery of Witches the TV series, and will be venturing into a discussion of Time’s Convert by Deborah Harkness. The point is, you’re not rid of us yet.

In this episode, we discuss themes, motifs, book favorites, and listener feedback for The Book of Life. Catch us next time for the first of our trilogy wrap episodes. We can’t wait!

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You can reach us via e-mail at chamomileandclovecast@gmail.com, on Twitter @chamomilenclove, or on Facebook. You’re also welcome to rate us on Podchaser, support us on Patreon, or check out our pod merchandise on Redbubble.

You can also find us taking part in the ADOW TV Rewatch Party Giveaway. We’ve put up some exclusive C&C swag, so check out Deb’s website for the giveaway details, and enter to win here.

Until next time,

xoxo

Jen and Cait

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Episode 68 – Plotschund

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Clovers.

You know what’s coming.

It’s big, it’s messy, it’s COLOR-CODED. It’s Cait’s Book of Life plot slideshow!

Once you grab a copy of the slideshow and the beverage of your choice, you’re ready to embark upon the semi-epic discussion of the *seven* primary plots in the Book of Life and what does (and doesn’t) make the story move. In this episode, we’re also talking about character arcs and the results of our Clovers Facebook group polls before moving into our discussion of the themes, motifs, and highs and lows of the Book of Life in our next wrap. If you have something to contribute, now is the time!

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You can reach us via e-mail at chamomileandclovecast@gmail.com, on Twitter @chamomilenclove, or on Facebook. You’re also welcome to rate us on Podchaser, support us on Patreon, or check out our pod merchandise on Redbubble.

Thanks–as always–for your love, feedback, and support.

See you next time,

xoxo

Cait and Jen