Was Summer 2016 Different? – Episode 076

September 7, 2016

Summer 2016 felt a little different, especially when it came to movies. Sequels bombed, and Netflix killed it with Stranger Things. So did something change? Was Summer 2016 a tipping point somehow? Brent and Erik discuss the summer.

We also check in about writing and publishing. Erik talks about setting up a pen name for his mysteries and Brent talks about the first month of publication for Three Truths and a Lie, published last month by Simon & Schuster and how it differs from the experience of self-publishing. (If you want to skip the check-in, the main topic starts at 6:08.)

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Brent Hartinger
Erik Hanberg

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Media Consumed This Episode

Three Truths and a Lie (book, 2016)
Finding Dory (film, 2016)
Captain America: Civil War (film, 2016)
Central Intelligence (film, 2016)
Ghostbusters (film, 2016)
Source Code (film, 2011)
Pete’s Dragon (film, 2016)
The Jungle Book (film, 2016)
The Little Prince (film, 2016)
Stranger Things (TV series)
Birth of a Nation (film, 2016)
Star Trek Beyond (film, 2016)
The Crazies (film, 2010)


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