On today’s episode we talk to Ann Patchett, the New York Times bestselling and award-winning author of seven novels, as well as the owner of Parnassus Books in Nashville, Tennessee.
On today’s episode we talk to New York Times bestselling author Olivie Blake about her latest novel, The Atlas Paradox, the highly anticipated follow up to the TikTok sensation, The Atlas Six.
On today’s episode we have a conversation about banned books with Traci Thomas, host of The Stacks Podcast, Kiese Laymon, author of Heavy, Nicole Lintemuth, owner of Betties Pages bookstore, and Martha Hickson, a high school librarian in Annandale, NJ.
On today’s episode we have a conversation with novelist Emma Straub. She is the author of This Time Tomorrow, Modern Lovers, All Adults Here, and more! She owns and runs an amazing bookstore, Books Are Magic, based in Brooklyn, New York.
On today’s episode we chat with Clint Smith a staff writer at The Atlantic. He is the author of the narrative nonfiction book, How the Word Is Passed: A Reckoning With the History of Slavery Across America, and the poetry collection Counting Descent.
On today’s episode we chat with author and narrator Julia Whelan. She is an Audie award winning narrator who has narrated over 500 books and also authored multiple books of her own.
On this month’s episode we chat with Kendra Winchester of Book Riot and Read Appalachia.
We spoke with author Marlowe Granados about the inspiration for Happy Hour, casting the audiobook’s narrator, and more!
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Our September Book of the Month is Louise Penny’s highly-anticipated murder mystery, A Great Reckoning. For this, the twelfth novel in her acclaimed Chief Inspector Gamache series, Penny returns to the Québécois village of Three Pines, where the discovery of a peculiar old map the walls of a quaint bistro leads Gamache on a thrilling […]
Full of self-deprecating humor about modern life, this book is as relatable as it is side splittingly funny
Reichl talks about her love for audiobooks, recording My Kitchen Year, and more. Enjoy!