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Greta Craig
Confessions of a New Grad
When Brooklyn Winters graduates from university, she thinks that her adult life will “just kind of figure itself out.” SPOILER ALERT: this doesn’t happen. Six weeks after graduation, she has no job, no money, and is frantically calling her best friend to come and rescue her from the basement suite she has unwisely moved into with her dud of a boyfriend... *Canadian Podcast Awards 2021 Nominee for Outstanding Personal Series Thanks for listening! You can follow the show on Instagram @newgradpodcast, or click here: https://www.instagram.com/newgradpodcast/?hl=en Episode and cover art by...
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Ratings & Reviews
3.9 stars from 402 ratings
After a fun listening experience in season 1 I had high hopes for Season 2 but it felt like parts of it were stretched very thin (Brooklyn talking to Apollo, Amanda stuff). I’ll be listening to Season 3 but with less enthusiasm 😕
ReeseMick via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/25/21
I am enjoying the story but the fake accents are really hard to listen to. Every other character seems to speak extremely slowly or have a terrible (Irish? English?) accent that doesn’t actually add anything to the story. I find it very distracting.
hazeldub via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 07/30/21
Awesome story and story teller
You won’t be disappointed
Melanie17melanie via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 07/20/21
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