About the SR’s Florentine Series Podcast

The Florentine Series podcast was formed to provide an online type of book club, whereby listeners can tune into weekly broadcasts and actively participate through an online chat feed

Focusing predominately on The Florentine Series, by the incredibly talented Sylvain Reynard; we aim to provide listeners with an entertaining and inclusive means to come together, discuss the series and it’s characters, in an informative and friendly way

Overtime, we have shared various forms of information from special interviews and podcasts to giveaways and now we see it as a great time to bring everything together in a central place we can call home

Here you will find a wealth of information from:

  • Posts and reviews for The Prince and The Raven (shared by our podcast team and listeners alike).
  • Links to our weekly podcasts and additional medium you can find our broadcasts (itunes and soundcloud)
  • Calendar of events and countdowns to important occasions.
  • General historical facts on important architecture, paintings and influential figures of the Renaissance period, mentioned in the series.
  • Interviews and special guest appearances
  • A regular showcase interview with our listeners
  • We’ll keep you up to date with Sylvain Reynard activities
  • See what’s up and coming on our podcasts
  • Share your thoughts with other listeners and readers about the Florentine Series
  • Sign our Honor Roll and leave a message on our wall of friendship.

 

We hope you enjoy interacting with us in our new home and we look forward to reading your contributions.

SR’s Florentine Podcast

 

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