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Episode 96 – A Discovery of Witches TV 2×06 – Staggus Biggus

Matthew Goode as Matthew de Clermont in A Discovery of Witches TV 2×06. From Far Far Away.

Happy first Sunday of spring, Clovers!

A Discovery of Witches TV Season 2 may be finished airing in the US, Canada, and the UK, but we’re not done talking about it by a long shot. We’ve still got four episodes to go!

Today, we’re talking about the heartbreaking masterpiece that is Episode 2×06. We’ve got to talk about fathers and sons, boots on boots on boots, THAT DRESS, THAT HAIR, and THAT ENDING. It’s like, half weeping and half squee — don’t say we didn’t warn you.

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Follow us on Twitter as @chamomilenclove for updates and previews of our upcoming episodes. For between episodes fun and news, please follow our Facebook page or consider joining our listeners’ group, the Chamomile & Clove Clovers. If you’d like to support the show, we’d love a review on iTunes or your pod-fetcher of choice. You could also check out our Redbubble store or our Patreon.

Thanks for listening!

xoxo

Cait and Jen

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Episode 95 – An Interview with Lachlan MacKinnon

You guys.

We had such fun recording this surprise episode with none other than Lachlan MacKinnon, executive producer of A Discovery of Witches TV. Mr. MacKinnon is a delight — please tune in as we discuss adapting Season 2 for the screen and his goals for Season 3!

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Follow us on Twitter as @chamomilenclove for details and updates. For between episodes fun and news, please follow our Facebook page or consider joining our listeners’ group, the Chamomile & Clove Clovers. If you’d like to support the show, we’d love a review on iTunes or your pod-fetcher of choice. You could also check out our Redbubble store or our Patreon.

Happy (surprise!) Sunday!

Xoxo

Cait and Jen

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Episode 81 – BYO Blunderbuss

Happy Sunday, Clovers!

We have finally made it into the beginning of Marcus’ story in this week’s episode covering Ch. 6, 9, and 12 of Time’s Convert. We’re discussing family dynamics, problematic stereotypes, being a product of one’s time, infectious diseases, and more. Plus, this week in our reading we get a special cameo from OG Sarah Bishop! Content warning for discussion of domestic violence. 

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If you’d like to get in touch, you can e-mail us at chamomileandclovecast@gmail.com or find us on Twitter @chamomilenclove. If you’d like to become part of our Facebook community, the Chamomile & Clove Clovers, we’d love to have you!

Until next time,

xoxo

Jen and Cait

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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 67 – Sol in Denouement

More than that, the ouroboros symbolized our partnership. Matthew and I were an alchemical marriage of vampire and witch, death and life, sun and moon. That combination of opposites created something finer and more precious than either of us could ever have been separately.

We were the tenth knot.

Unbreakable.

Without beginning or end.

Deborah harkness, the book of life

Clovers.

We can’t believe that the day has finally come, but it’s time to close the last cover on Deb Harkness’s The Book of Life and close out our chapter discussion of the All Souls Trilogy. Hours and hours of planning and note-taking, laughing, crying, recording, and editing has come to an end. In this episode, we’re talking about Chapters 40 and 41 of the Book of Life, including the narrative conceit of blood rage, Diana’s character arc, and an unexpected (and apparently VERBOTEN) reference to Grease 2.

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We managed to get through it without getting super emotional, but this feels momentous. As we close out the trilogy (and 2019), we want to make sure you know how blessed we are to be a part of this fandom and to have shared this incredibly detailed and magically expansive world with you. Thank you for your comments and e-mails, your tweets and hugs, your thought-provoking and inspiring engagement with this text. What an honor it’s been to go on this journey with you.

There’s still time to e-mail us your questions and comments for both our Book of Life and trilogy wrap discussions, so please drop us a line at chamomileandclovecast@gmail.com if you’ve got something to say about this book or ANYTHING ELSE.

If you’d like, you can also follow us on Twitter @chamomilenclove or join our Facebook group, the Chamomile & Clove Clovers. You can also support us by visiting our Redbubble store, our Patreon page, or simply by leaving a rating and review on Facebook, Podchaser, or the podcast app of your choice.

Thank you for making this so much fun. We love you.

With love, from cover to cover,

Cait and Jen