Australian author David Rawlings joins Jess and Hannah to discuss the books, movies and TV that have had the most impact on them.
What stories have stayed with you long after you closed the book or turned off the movie? Join the discussion on the StoryNerds Facebook page!
What types of comedy tickle your funny bone in books and movies? Australian book blogger Rel Mollet joins romance authors Jessica Kate and Hannah Davis to gush over her favorites.
Storynerds opens its first episode of 2019 with special guest author Rachel Hauck! Jess, Hannah and Rachel discuss their favorite books turned into movies, and Rachel shares how her book Once Upon a Prince got made into a Hallmark movie.
Get your nostalgia on as Jess and Hannah revisit the weirdest shows they watched as children!
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Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! To our American friends, tune in while you listen on your drive to visit friends and family. To our friends outside the U.S., listen to Jess's Aussie perspective on the U.S. Thanksgiving.
Did you know that Australians have a sausage sizzle whenever they vote?
Who Hannah's favorite West Wing character is?
Or how much television has educated Jess on American politics (which are very different to Australia)?!
Learn these interesting tidbits and more in this week's episode!
Hannah Davis and Jessica Kate discuss their favorite tropes in fiction, including the Fake Relationship, The Ex, Marriage of Convenience, Victorian Era Girl Genius With Shockingly Modern Attitudes and more!
Plus a tangent on the Australian version of The Bachelor.
Storynerds takes on perhaps their most controversial topic yet! We talk about our favorite books turned into movies, and some of the pros and cons of both.
We had a blast talking with Kara Isaac about some of the best fake relationship stories and why we still love this trope!
BONUS: This special episode is double the time and double the fun!
Rachel McMillan, author of 'Rose in Three Quarter Time' and the Van Buren and DeLuca Mystery Series joins Jess and Hannah to talk all things Vienna, settings and Anne of Green Gables.
Who's your favorite book boyfriends? Gilbert Blythe? Mr Darcy? Or the smoking hot Navy SEAL that Hannah Davis favors?
Book blogger Carrie Booth Schmidt joins us for this swoon-worthy conversation.
Jess and Hannah discuss TV's most swoon-worthy moments! Includes Jane the Virgin, New Girl, Castle, Gilmore Girls and Friends.
Plus, we talk about Jess's debut novel, 'Love and Other Mistakes',being published by HarperCollins' Christian fiction imprint Thomas Nelson in July 2019!
What's better than an evening on the couch with Sandy B on the screen?
Hannah and Jess list off their top picks and why they love them including The Blindside, The Proposal, While You Were Sleeping, Two Weeks Notice and more!
Talk the O'Malley's, If I Run and all our other favorite suspense books with Jess and Hannah's friend and suspense writer Angela Carlisle.
Plus the important question of whether authors can claim Netflix on tax.
Gush over Tom Hanks in You've Got Mail with Christian rom com author Bethany Turner as Jess and Hannah discuss their favorite rom com movies with her.
Hannah Davis and Jessica Kate discuss the books, movies and TV they never expected to love so much, including Salt, Firefly, Chuck, The Fault in Our Stars and the Lord of the Rings.
Hannah and Melissa discuss their love of classic movies such as His Girl Friday, Roman Holiday and The Philadelphia Story, while Jess contends that her favorite classics are still Lethal Weapon and Die Hard. We go on a Stranger Things tangent and hear about Melissa's new book!
What's that show you need to see come back? Maybe with a twist? Jess and Hannah list shows that we need back on our screens, some with new angles, plus one show we NEVER want a reboot to touch! Listen to the end of the podcast for our BIG FAT EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT!
What is it about your favorite books, TV or movies that makes you love those particular stories?
Jess and Hannah discuss their catnip and how they figured it out!
The nerds discuss their respective homes (Australia and Minnesota) and how they're shown in pop culture, with some references that might surprise you!
Jessica Kate votes for Sally Thorne's love/hate romantic comedy 'The Hating Game' while Hannah Davis goes for Melissa Tagg's sweet and funny 'Like Never Before', which features a fellow small-town journalist.