Down to Fangirl Show Notes: Episodes 6 and 7

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Hi friends, and sorry I have taken so long to get these show notes put together! But thank you so much for checking out the Down to Fangirl podcast! We’re going to cover two episodes in one post here since I am so behind. We’ll start with Episode 6, which aired way back on July 19th. Here’s what we covered:

Our current reads were The Siren by Kiera Cass (Falon) and Graceling by Kristin Cashore (Brianna). I have read both books, and they are both great reads.


Brianna mentioned how much she is loving the new Anna Faris podcast, hilariously titled Anna Faris is Unqualified, where she and celebrity friends give relationship advice to total strangers. I have been listening to another fangirl podcast, called Fangirl Fridays, which features tons of fun episodes about 90’s and early 2000’s throwback fandoms (I still heart you JTT).

Last week on Episode 7, I talked about two books I recently finished reading, Champion by Marie Lu and Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard. I loved both and will be writing more about them soon in this month’s What I Read post.


I also talked about two shows I recently watched season finales of, West World and Supergirl. Another two thumbs up for both. Brianna and I will be talking West World details in a couple of weeks.

Brianna has been listening to a super cool new scripted podcast called Homecoming, that I am definitely going to be checking out soon. I have been hearkening back to Hamilton, since I am going to be seeing the show for the second time in just a couple of weeks (and I’m just a little bit excited about it).

And some exciting (I hope) news for you guys: We are going to be releasing new episodes on Tuesdays instead of Wednesdays for the foreseeable future! We would really love it if you would download, subscribe and leave us a review! Also, don’t forget to check us out on Instagram, @dtfangirlpod! Thanks for tuning in!

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