Personal Journals Podcasts
Mike Houser's weblog - personal projects and interests.
<p>In 2015, Rosie Waterland published her first book, a memoir called "The Anti-Cool Girl". The book is about her childhood, her growing up, and her becoming an adult; all with mentally ill, drug and alcohol addicted parents, child protection, foster care, caravans and couches. There were crazy and very difficult times but also some funny times too. Rosie is 30 now, her mum Lisa is now 53. Since the book came out, the one question Rosie is always asked is more than any other is, "Has your Mum read the book?" </p> <p>Lisa hadn't read it for a while, because her drinking was so bad that she physically or emotionally couldn't. But in 2016, Lisa got sober. She has maintained that sobriety for the longest period Rosie has ever seen and.. she has finally read the book. She has many thoughts.</p> <p>The first of which is that most of Rosie's memoir is a lie. </p> <p> Now is their time to talk all about it. In each episode Rosie reads a chapter from the book, and then Rosie and Lisa talk through it - is it all true or false? What really happened? Each chapter becomes a real conversation about the past, present and future for Rosie and Lisa.</p>
By PodcastOne Australia
The Generation Why Podcast: Unsolved Murders | Mysteries | Conspiracy Theories | True CrimeJoin Now to Follow
Unsolved murders, controversies, mysteries, conspiracies, as well as anything that impacts our culture. Visit thegenerationwhypodcast.com for all of our past episodes.
By The Generation Why Podcast: Unsolved Murders | Mysteries | Conspiracy Theories | True Crime
A middlebrow look at all the mysteries of life with interviews, sketches, stories, music, comedy, and more! Built around a new subject every episode. This show is made with a lot of love and care (and OCD) so it doesn't come out that often, so be sure to subscribe to get all future episodes. You can also be notified by joining the mailing list at the website. FYI, a myoclonic jerk is that twitch that happens as you're falling asleep that wakes you up. Scientists think the brain confuses the feeling of your muscles relaxing with the feeling of falling or dying and sends a startle impulse to your body to save it. Why is that the name of this podcast? Why not? Don't be so uptight! Anyway, yetanothernarcissistwithamicrophonevyingforyourattention-dot-com was taken.
By Dan Kaufman