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Taylor returns from a visit to New York where she spent time at Thrillerfest and finally met her long time narrator, the incredible Hillary Huber. We discuss Taylor’s travels, Steve’s visit to a fabulous to Key West Island Books, a fabulous little indie bookstore in Key West, Florida and we consider a listener (thanks, Robert!) comment on the use of italics to create an immersive reading experience.
Steve also mentioned the Annotated podcast, where this week’s episode was a deep dive into why indie bookstores are thriving right now. You can find the Annotated podcast here.
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Thanks Taylor and Steve for answering my italic’s question. “I’ll kill him,” to my ear sounds more immediate and more emotionally impactful than “She’d kill him.” So we’ll agree to disagree. Ah, vive la différence!
I like the other changes, though.
You’re very welcome, Robert. Thanks for posting such an interesting question.