Author: Cyna

Episode 52 – Judge a Book by Its Cover December 2016

We’re back! Somehow we’ve all managed to survive November, and we’re getting back into the podcasting swing with our December JABBIC. In this episode, Ollie finds a real fucking nugget, Robin has trouble with increments, and we discover our self-pub QUEEN. And don’t forget, you only…

Episode 51 – Judge a Book by Its Cover November 2016

It’s our annual NaNoWriMo break here at Papercuts Podcast, but that doesn’t mean we’re leaving you empty-handed! We phoned in from the ~distant past~ to give our thoughts on six of November’s hottest YA new releases. We will be skipping the mid-month episode though. There’s only…

Episode 50 – Book Review: One Was Lost by Natalie D. Richards

Huzzah! It’s the 50th numbered episode of Papercuts Podcast, right smack dab in the middle of the Halloween season! To celebrate, Cyna and Ollie are reviewing our pick from the Halloween JABBIC, Natalie D. Richard’s YA thriller One Was Lost. Will it be a tense psychological…

Episode 48.2 – Judge a Book by Its Cover Sept 2016 (Robin Edition!)

There was a bit of a delay, but we’ve finally found Robin’s *ominous whisper* missing tapes. They’re dated for the end of last month. What could possibly be on them? Mostly it’s just the three of us being thoroughly confused by books. Enjoy! Click here for…

Episode 49 – Judge a Book by Its Cover – Halloween 2016

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Papercuts celebrates the start of the Halloween season with a very special #JABBIC. One of these spooky YA titles will be the subject of our next podcast – BUT WHICH WILL IT BE? Also in this episode, we…

Episode 48.1 – Judge a Book by Its Cover September 2016

Thanks to a recording hiccup, me and Ollie are flying solo this week XDDD But we’ve got four great YA new release covers coming at you. Two more from Robin will hopefully be up on the feed sometime next week! Click here for a gallery of…

Episode 47 – YA Comics

Papercuts gets GRAPHIC! In this episode, Cyna, Ollie, and a begrudging Robin venture into the fast-growing world of YA comics, and take a look at two popular teen-centric titles – Lumberjanes and The Wicked and the Divine – and also We Are Robin. Relevant Links A(n…