JULY RECOMMENDATIONS

I share because I care. Want to know what music and podcasts I've been listening to, what shows I've been watching, and what books I've been reading lately? Take a look at my storytelling recommendations to find your next favorite.



PODCASTS


Love Murder Jessie Pray and Andie Cassette team up each week to tell stories of love and relationships gone fatally wrong. Fans of true crime who have been through an unhealthy relationship or two will love these stories that give love a bad name. New episodes on Apple and Spotify every Wednesday.



Drama Queens

Come one, come all One Tree Hill fans. The stars of OTH, Hilarie Burton Morgan, Sophia Bush, and Bethany Joy Lenz host weekly behind-the-scenes recaps of the show. Throwback to high school and the days of early 2000s teen drama with the stars of our favorite show. New episodes on Apple and Spotify every Sunday.


SHOWS


Good Trouble

A spin-off from The Fosters, Good Trouble follows Callie and Mariana to Los Angeles where Mariana tackles the male-dominated world of tech and Callie faces the harsh realities of the legal system as she clerks for a federal judge. After moving to The Coterie, Callie and Mariana realize that living on their own is not all it's cracked up to be. New episodes on Freeform every Wednesday, on Hulu every Thursday.


Miracle Workers

Daniel Radcliffe...need I say more? I do? Okay. Miracle Workers is a satirical take on different periods in our history, starring Daniel Radcliffe and a hilarious ensemble cast. New episodes are available on TBS or to stream on Amazon Prime Video.


MUSIC


The Theorist

The soundtrack to the most relaxing drive or evening meditation. The Theorist is an artist who performs piano and cellist instrumental versions of top 40 pop culture songs. Find them on Spotify or whenever you listen to music.


Tramp Stamps

The song by Tramp Stamps are all of our twenties summed up. They're rough girl pop and alternative rock similar to riot girl bands on the '90s, and their songs are all about young adult sex and relationships that we can all relate to. Find them on Spotify or anywhere you get your music.


BOOKS


The Ninth House, Leigh Bardugo

Ninth House follows the main character, Alex Stern, after she arrives in New Haven to monitor the eight secret societies of Yale University, which delve deeply into the occult to which they owe their successes. Meanwhile, she investigates a gruesome death on campus and the mystery of her missing mentor, Darlington, while struggling to adapt to the elite Ivy League world that she's indebted to. It's a beautiful and intriguing mix of mystery, horror, and romance that kept me turning the page. Learn more about the novel and where you can purchase your copy on Bardugo's website.


Hidden Figures, Margot Lee Shetterly

(From Amazon): "The phenomenal true story of the black female mathematicians at NASA whose calculations helped fuel some of America’s greatest achievements in space—a powerful, revelatory history essential to our understanding of race, discrimination, and achievement in modern America." For history-buffs and those who just love a good story, this iconic and often humorous chronicle of this historical space mission will become your next favorite read. For more information, head over to Shetterly's website.


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