Hey there Book Sailors! Brady was out for a few days, but he has returned!!
[Auntie Obvious]: Welcome back. I posted the Point Break selections while you were out. You’re welcome.
[Brady]: Dude, you totally picked your own stories. With great power comes great responsibility.
[Auntie Obvious]: UNLIMITED POWER!!!!!! MUAHAHA! Ahem. I mean, why don’t you go ahead and pick both Point Break selections for this week?
[Brady]: Great idea! This week’s Point Break Selections are (1) your choice of a PodSailing Podcast and (2) my brand new Power Monkey audio book (or you can read the story version of Power Monkey as soon as Auntie Obvious stops messing around and gets it posted on the website).
[Auntie Obvious]: You know this stuff would get posted faster if you would hire an assistant for me. So, anyway, what are your point totals so far? I have 1,000 points. I got 250 each for Alex Segura’s Poe Dameron: Free Fall, William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Kevin Shinick’s Force Collector, and E.L. Konigsburg’s From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler – one of my FAVORITE books when I was a kid.
[Brady]: I have 1,600 Points. Three weeks of the Point Break at 200 each, plus 500 for Rick Riordan’s The Burning Maze and 500 for J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone.
[Auntie Obvious]: Dude, you read the British version?
[Brady]: Yep. British punctuation is weird. No offense to our fans in Britain!
[Auntie Obvious]: Cheerio, Book Sailors!