Join Aaron Armstrong, Dave Schroeder and friends as they talk about the books they love (and many they really don't) to help you be a better reader.
Your Next Favorite Book: Faith, Hope, and Carnage
While our hiatus as a podcast continues, I started a new podcast called Your Next Favorite Book, where I share about one book I really enjoy in every episode. These books run the spectrum of genres and styles—in much the same way the books Dave and I would share here do. But this is a bit of a deeper dive, almost a book review experience.
And today, I want to share with you one of my favorite episodes so far, which focuses on a book that I discovered by accident. This is Faith, Hope, and Carnage by Nick Cave and Sean O'Hagan.
And if you like what you hear, I hope you'll subscribe to Your Next Favorite Book on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your preferred podcast app.
I'm a Christian—Now What? A Q&A at Landmark Booksellers
Even though we’re still on a hiatus, it doesn’t mean that Dave and Aaron aren’t still doing things together. In fact today’s episode is a conversation recorded at Landmark Booksellers in Franklin Tennessee on March 1, 2023, to commemorate the release of Aaron's new book, I’m a Christian—Now What? A Guide to Your New Life with Christ.
In this conversation, we discuss why Aaron wrote the book and some of its key themes. We also talk about some of the advice he wishes he’d been given and things he would have done differently if he could have a do-over as a new believer. We even had a chance to take a few questions from the audience at the store!
I’m a Christian—Now What? A Guide to Your New Life with Christ is available now. Order today from Amazon or wherever you buy books.
Introducing Your Next Favorite Book
Introducing Your Next Favorite Book, a new podcast from Aaron Armstrong. Learn more and subscribe at https://anchor.fm/aarmstrong
A Very (mal)Contented Christmas
It's the most wonderful time of the year. The trees are decorated. The stockings have been hung with care. The lights are all over every tree. And Aaron is grinching about the whole thing. Which means it's a perfect time for us to drop a very special episode of Table of (mal)Contents!
Listen in as we discuss
Our favorite books of the year
Getting and receiving books as gifts
What's happening with the show—are we back?
A few of the books in this episode
Some of Aaron's favorites of 2021
The Storyteller by Dave Grohl
Hail Mary by Andy Weir
American Gospel by Lin Enger
Art Matters by Neil Gaiman and Chris Riddell
The Hardest Job in the World by John Dickerson
A few of Dave's favorites of 2021
Man at Arms by Steven Pressfield
A Life in Parts by Bryan Cranston
Surprised by Oxford by Carolyn Weber
The High Divide by Lin Enger
The Apollo Murders by Chris Hadfield
A quick note for listeners: I'm using new software for editing and it's taking a bit to get used to, so if it's a bit echo-y, I apologize.
Introducing: Wildwood Flower Season 2
Wildwood Flower: Stories of Women who Built Country Music is back for Season 2!
Intro episode will drop on October 1st! Available on all platforms.
To find out more about the podcast, listen to the introductory episode here.
Subscribe and follow on Instagram at wildwoodflowerpod to stay updated on new episodes and special announcements.
Introducing: Feel For the Game, Season 2
Welcome back to the Area Code neighborhood: Feel For the Game.
Nick and Noah return with a series of (mainly basketball) conversations about nostalgic moments in NBA history, current issues plaguing the league, how coping and mental health play a role in sports, and more.
Tune-in as they unprofessionally, but sincerely explore why sports are bigger than just the score of the game. Subscribe now, and follow along to find out how many times Noah makes an unwarranted Kansas Jayhawks basketball reference.
Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/feelforthegamepod/
I am a fan of Scarlets book “Afraid Of All The Things” so I was excited when I found out she was a co host of a podcast. You all are so fun to listen to and have inspired me to read more. Two thumbs up! Highly recommend.
Love these guys!
Love this podcast and love hearing of their favorite books and discussions each podcast! Keep it up.
Books books and wonderful host
A woman, Canadian and a beach bum walked into a recording booth to talk about books. I enjoy the show every week.