It all began when I read The Hunger Games about three years ago, my freshman year of high school. I knew right away this was a different book, it was unique and as they say I couldn't put down. I read through it quickly, avid to find out more about this strange unfamiliar world and strong characters. I raced through Catching Fire afterwards. I was shocked at how the second book was as good as the first. At this point I now had to wait for Mockingjay. I then bought it the day it came out. Even though I was on vacation, I spent most of my time eyes glued to these sacred pages. I started to urge my friends that they must read this book. I was comparing it to Harry Potter which at that point my friends started listening. I am a huge Harry Potter fan, so that was big news. As the next summer was rapidly approaching I was planning projects. Among them was to have a podcast, as I listen to other podcast such as Mugglecast. I thought why can't I have my own podcast? Since the Hunger Games fandom is growing and the hype about the movie was skyrocketing, a Hunger Games Podcast was the perfect way to be a fan. I would be working on something I loved. The only problem was another host. I went to one of my best friends. I told him that I wanted to have this podcast. Being the friend he is, he went with it, probably thinking this was just another crazy project I was taking on. I lent him the book, it was during finals so I was expecting it to collect dust in the mean time. The next day, just before exams he had told me he was a third way through. He loved the characters, the world, the conflicts. He was just as hooked as I was. During a family party, we sat down and created this website, along with our logo, facebook page, twitter, and youtube channel. In the days that followed we put the finishing touches on them. We discussed segments for the show, the intro song, the font and color of the text on website and everything in between. This all lead up to recording, and sharing our love for the Hunger Games with all of you.