Dragons of Deceit Episode 20: Noob’s Book Club

Simultaneously late and on time with this episode! Soccer Thursday, movie night Friday, and then more soccer yesterday means that both chapters 26 and 27 release with this Dragons of Deceit Episode 20. Tuesday brings chapters 28 and 29 and then 30 and 31 in the next two episodes. Still on schedule to end the series by the end of the month. Ready Player One came in the mail. I also picked up the prelude book to the new D&D movie. I thought it might be interesting to have that tie in, but I also want to take a break from D&D literature right now.

Give it a listen and let me know what you think. What did I do right? What can be improved? I want to make this work and take constructive criticism well. With no additional delay, download and listen to Dragons of Deceit Episode 20. I can’t wait to hear what you think.

Note: If you want to read along, find a copy at your local (or multinational conglomerate) book store to purchase and add to the conversation. I hope you enjoy my return to the podcasting arena and I look forward to bringing more content as time allows over the next few months. Also, I know we have time until I get there, but I am taking suggestions for the next book in the book club. Fantasy, science fiction, based on gaming. Any of those genres work in the context of the page’s overall theme. Depending on how long it takes, some horror can be a possibility, too. For some other context, I also like to read Brandon Sanderson, but am open to most suggestion.

Second Note: As of right now, I think the next book in the series will be Ready Player One. I never read it and I saw it in one of my kid’s backpack. Once I plan out the rest of this book and take a look, I will know better if I can finish it before August when the next Dragonlance book comes out.

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