Posted on September 4, 2020

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Magical Lifestyle

In Episode No. 7 our Bookdragon SandyJ recommends books that will help you to bring some magic to your life, should you wish to do so. Fantasy books for the young at heart and grown women with shapeshifters galore and an all encompassing lifestyle book by a South African wedding planner. Katie O‘Neills „Tea Dragon […]

Posted on Juli 31, 2020

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When Books make your credit card howl

While July was a better month for our local book dragon SandyJ, after all it‘s gooseberry season, there still was a cyber security incident which led to her and other Fairyloot customer’s credit cards howling in pain. SandyJ tells you how she experienced it and what she will do under current circumstances. Cyber security is […]

Posted on Juli 2, 2020

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Fairy Noodle Summer Books

In the new episode SandyJ not only follows several female Agents but also the international reader community through bookish worlds. Let’s switch the script. A Manga as non-fiction recommendation, a book subscription box from an engineers point of view and book worlds spanning four continents and several dimensions. The noodles? For those you need to […]

Posted on April 28, 2020

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How strange!

The Engineered Unicorn Podcast is back with some strange recommendations. SandyJ suddenly likes audiobooks and therefore recommends two, one of them she hasn’t even finished yet! Her non-fiction recommendation is Lori Gottlieb‘s „Maybe you should talk to someone“, Psychotherapists and therapy explained, guess what, they are human and have feelings, too. Strange, isn’t it?! And […]

Posted on April 3, 2020

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Sugar and fantastic stories

In the new episode „Windy Sugar & Fantastic Shifter Stories“ of our new Engineered Unicorns Podcast SandyJ gives book and magazine recommendations. Maddening and downright rassist real world industry practices are revealed in „The case against sugar“ by Gary Taubes (available in the American Library Karlsruhe). A break from the real world provide the books […]