Welcome to Tales from the Waystone, Episode 8; The Art of Getting Lost, where we will be discussing chapters eighteen and nineteen of Patrick Rothfuss' The Name of the Wind through a lens of Self Care.
The audio for this episode was pretty quiet when we recorded because we both got really emotional. We amplified the sound, though it might still be a little low in some spots. We apologize if it sounds a little off.
In terms of discussion, this episode covers topics dealing with grief and loss.
It's one of the best (if not the best) episodes so far, and we hope you enjoy it.
Note: Our original audio for episode 9 was lost, so we'll be doing a two-part mini-series of shorter bonus pods on Neil Gaiman's Fortunately, The Milk over the next two weeks to make up for lost editing time. Episode 9 will release on February 25th, 2020.
To see a silly video of our punishments, take a look at our YouTube channel!
Interesting fact links:
Take Me Out To The Holosuite - TftWS 2×31
That Which Doesn’t Kill You - TftWS 2×30
Everybody Hates Me, Guess I’d Better Go Eat Worms - TftWS 2×29
How Kvothe Got His Lute Back - TftWS 2×28
Execute The Nautilus Maneuver! - TftWS 2×27
I Just Met You And This Is Crazy. I Pawned My Lute So, Patronize Me, Maybe? - TftWS 2×26
Traveling by Map - TftWS 2×25
The Wheel In The Sky Keeps On Turning - TftWS 2×24
The Good Parts Version - TftWS 2×23
Burying the Hatchet - TftWS 2×22
The Pitfalls of Utilitarianism - TftWS 2×21
Bonus! - Sandman Issue 1 (Patreon Exclusive Bonus Pod - Winter Solstice 2021 Sneak Peek)
Champagne Supernova - TftWS 2×20
Wheels Within Wheels - TftWS 2x19
You Son Of A *Bench*! I’m In! - TftWS 2×18
Like A Friend - TftWS 2×17
Hungry Like The Wolf - TftWS 2×16
You Just Fell for One of the Classic Blunders - TftWS 2×15
What Would You Say If I Sang Out Of Tune? - TftWS 2x14
Everybody To The Limit, Everybody Come On FHQWGADS - TftWS 2x13
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