Today I’m Recommending… SpeakBeasty!

Do you find yourself obsessed with a certain British mazizoologist?


MuggleNet’s relatively new podcast SpeakBeasty is dedicated to providing bi-weekly discussions on not only Newt, but the entire franchise!

They just celebrated their first birthday a few months ago and two weeks ago they had none other than Dan Fogler aka Jacob Kowalski on to guest host! They’re moving quickly, folks. They’re the only MuggleNet podcast to have hosted a main character from the Wizarding World!


I started listening to them about seven or eight months ago and am super attached now. 

I’m recommending them particularly because of my favorite segments: the Newt Case, where they discuss fantastical beasts, and the Time Turner where they discuss historical events in the muggle/Fantastic Beasts time frame! 

My commute is FOUR HOURS round trip THREE TIMES a week and I am telling you that SpeakBeasty is the only thing that keeps me sane!

Give them a listen! Newt would be disappointed if you didn’t. 

Harry Potter and The Cursed Child – All of my feelings in once place, albeit scattered.


SPOILERS for plot but not special effects.

They’re not even really spoilers, just my general reaction to all the feels.

On the whole, if you haven’t read the script or already spoiled yourself elsewhere, I recommend stopping here.

 Skip to the bottom of the post for some bullet points of my favorite stuff if you’re too lazy to read the whole thing. I won’t blame you. I probably would.

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Around the World: One Character at A Time 1.0

Welcome to the 1st segment of… Around the World: One Character at A Time! Kathleen and I had been wanting to collaborate on a post for a few months now and when we started brainstorming, this turned out to be an idea we both wanted to run with! In fact, we had so much fun we wanted to make it a monthly thing!

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Basically we took three of our favorite characters and decided which cities they most relate to or would live in…

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