Ep. 182 Pacing Like A Madman With A.G. Riddle

We’re joined by A.G. Riddle for a fun chat all about his new book Lost in Time, his battle against his disorganized nature, his use of old technology, cliffhangers, and his habit of madcap dictation whilst pacing. Plus – Dave embarrasses himself in front of his boss, Laura learns about “phrogging,” and Andrew believes all holidays should be equal. We also recommend The Local by Joey Hartstone, One by One by Ruth Ware, and Old Magic by Timothy Ellis. Audiobook of the week is The Heights by Louise Candlish.

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