100 episodes

Spoiler-filled discussions of young adult and new adult books, series, authors and voice actors.

Fictional Hangover Fictional Hangover

    • Arts
    • 4.7 • 34 Ratings

Spoiler-filled discussions of young adult and new adult books, series, authors and voice actors.

    The Library of the Unwritten

    The Library of the Unwritten

    “No story is insignificant.”
     
    In this episode of Fictional Hangover, Amanda and Claire talk about a hippo wearing a hat, a realistic description of Seattle, and more villainous, chiseled cheekbones in their discussion of The Library of the Unwritten by A. J. Hackwith.

    • 1 hr 46 min
    Assistant to the Villain

    Assistant to the Villain

    "Stop being cute-you're supposed to be a living nightmare."
     
    In this episode of Fictional Hangover, Amanda and Claire talk about finding out they have a type, ((kiss her!)) how murder can be romantic, ((kiss him!)) manifesting a villainous power couple, ((please just smooch!)) and an adorable frog in a crown in their discussion of Assistant to the Villain by Hannah Nicole Maehrer, featuring the author for an extra long game of Would You Rather.
    Grab your snacks and settle in, folks, this is a long one! 

    • 2 hr 38 min
    Interview with Hannah Nicole Maehrer

    Interview with Hannah Nicole Maehrer

    In this bonus episode of Fictional Hangover, Amanda, Claire and author Hannah Nicole Maehrer talk about self love and body groans, opening with an ahoy hoy and ending with a pew pew, how writing a book means what you say is canon!, ducks as pets, and clenching your butt in their chat about Assistant to the Villain.

    • 1 hr 40 min
    Doughnuts and Doom

    Doughnuts and Doom

    "I'm super cranky before my first coffee kicks in."
     
    In this episode of Fictional Hangover, Amanda and Claire talk about unredeemable violent outbursts, opening a sexy candle business, and doughnuts! doughnuts! doughnuts! in their discussion of Doughnuts and Doom by Balazs Lorinczi.
     

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Juice Like Wounds LIVE

    Juice Like Wounds LIVE

    "I am the wasp queen, I am the monster she made of me, and I won’t negotiate with you."In this LIVE episode of Fictional Hangover, Amanda and Claire talk about being professional legendary dorks, how pulsing is not a good word in italics, childhood traumas, and having a dance party in their discussion of the short story Juice Like Wounds by Seanan McGuire.

    • 55 min
    New and Indie Spotlight: Mai Corland

    New and Indie Spotlight: Mai Corland

    In this unedited New and Indie Spotlight episode of Fictional Hangover, Amanda and Claire chat with author Mai Corland about her debut New Adult fantasy book Five Broken Blades, releasing May 7 from Entangled Publishing's imprint Red Tower Books.

    • 40 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

Brir Tart ,

Hilarious and Heartwarming

I have gotten so many new books through this podcast! I listen to it on my commutes like I’m talking books with close friends (really, I talk at the phone I’m playing it on sometimes). And the way they “talk back” with the Would You Rather audience participation segments makes me feel heard. They always make me laugh and I love how they’re always so supportive of their authors.

Surrabelle62604 ,

YALL! 😂😍🌙

I love listening to Amanda and Claire recap and discuss YA novels- especially the House of Night series. I cannot help but crack up every time Claire attempts a Stevie Rae “y’all!”. Being a fellow Arkansan (who has family in Tulsa of all places!, I love hearing that southern twang from Amanda. I cannot wait to hear more from these two awesome ladies!

crows are scary ,

I love this so much and same

I love death cab for cutie to and I love this show so much!!!!! You guys are the best

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