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"Not every book is for every child, but for every child there is a book." The Children’s Book Review, is a resource devoted to children’s literature and literacy. In the Growing Readers Podcast, we produce author and illustrator interviews focused on the best books for kids of all ages. We help parents, grandparents, caregivers, teachers, and librarians to grow readers. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thechildrensbookreview/support
 
Reviews and author interviews on books featuring women in aviation. Looking for inspiring stories about powerful and adventurous women? Check out the Aviatrix Book Review website www.aviatrixbookreview.com to find hundreds of books featuring women in aviation and space, about all types of flying, in all genres, for all ages.
 
Like Romance Novels? Want to find your next great read? Or maybe you just want to hear one person's opinion on if they liked the book or not. Join Heidi. Heidi doesn't hold back. Heidi expects Romance Novel's to be great books and she expects authors to create compelling characters. Hear her thoughts! This is a podcast to discuss romance books and give a review and rating. It is to help romance book readers find a next great read or new author to explore. Each podcast is broken into two sect ...
 
Book Schmooze is a book review podcast where we ramble about books that we just read, mostly non-fiction. Contact Email: bookschmooze@gmail.com “If I finish a book a week, I will read only a few thousand books in my lifetime, about a tenth of a percent of the contents of the greatest libraries of our time. The trick is to know which books to read.”― Carl Sagan, Cosmos
 
From kindergarten teacher to best selling author, my name is Laurie Wright and I help children’s authors publish and market their books for kids. We talk about productivity, strategies and tactics so that you can grow your impact, even if you only have a few hours a week. I share my biggest AH HAHS, my ups and downs, and I chat with other authors who are busy making their dreams come true. This show is for ambitious #wordnerds who want to make more sales and reach more readers!
 
Join long time fan and voracious reader Keith as he roams through the world of professional wrestling books. The show features short, simple and 98% spoiler free looks at new and classic books about the world of pro-wrestling. Thanks for listening. Follow on Twitter @wrestlebookrevu or visit the blog at wrestlebookreview.blogspot.com. Ratings and subs are much appreciated.
 
The Drunken Book Review Podcast is an irreverent review of literature by Justin Hall and Caleb Michael Sarvis. First and foremost, this podcast is a candid, though drunken, discussion of modern (and mostly popular) literature. We are offensive, unfiltered, and while we try our best to stay focused, we will get distracted, yell over one another, and perhaps disappear at times to settle disagreements with hand-to-hand combat. It’s the Hemingway in us.
 
Maurice’s Book Review podcast is simply put a podcast where we will be reviewing, rating and discussing the purpose and power of a mix of my personal favorite books and some of the top recommended books out in the market. Whether your a habitual reader or could not finish a book if they paid you like I once used to be, this podcast is for you. This podcast is here to spark conversation and open minds to different subject matters
 
Welcome to my podcast. Look, I just love reading books. So I'll read one or two interesting books a month and post reviews and questions/discussions on them. The format will mostly be unedited ramblings. Most importantly, I will ask a few questions and set the stage for discussions and also leave links for surveys and yes/no answers on google forms to get your opinions on certain things about the book/writings. I just want to be part of this wonderful community.
 
Weekly podcast for book lovers who want to read beyond the lines. Each episode, we put together a list of books with a common theme. We will tell you about recipes, travel destinations, screen/stage adaptations, fashion, art, or design inspired by these books. Listeners can interact with us by participating in any of the weekly sections we feature: Cover Gallery, Book vs. Book, Six-Word Book Review, and GuessWork. All show notes available at www.twobookramblers.com
 
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In this interview with award winning Children's and Young Adult Author, Sherri L. Smith, we talk about her writing journey from short story to novel, the evolution of Flygirl from Master's thesis to published novel, upcoming writing workshops she will facilitate, and her advice for new writers. You can find her at her website www.sherrilsmith.com…
 
In this episode, I talk with the debut author of The Wolf's Curse, Jessica Vitalis. Narrated in a voice reminiscent of The Book Thief, this fast-paced adventure is perfect for fans of fantasy such as The Girl Who Drank the Moon and A Wish in the Dark. We discuss The Wolf's Curse, an adventure that tackles heavy themes like death, grief, tradition, …
 
Last year Heidi recorded a podcast to guide you through omegaverse, a subgenre of paranormal romance she'd just discovered. A year later - she's just as excited about it, but realized that she missed discussing a whole heck of a lot, and she knows a lot more about the evolution of this exciting new world. First she's going to discuss what to expect…
 
A dive into the brutality of humanity, but childlike in nature and without the bullshit of politics. 'Lord Of The Flies' by William Golding is a boy's dream adventure that takes a dark turn. It begins with an intro to a group of 6-14 year olds who are stranded on a small island without an adult in site. Tensions run high as the responsible tribe fo…
 
The Harvard law professor Randall Kennedy’s new book, “Say It Loud!,” collects 29 of his essays. Kennedy’s opinions about the subjects listed in the book’s subtitle — race, law, history and culture — tend to be complex, and he’s not afraid to change his mind. He says on the podcast that there’s “no shame” in admitting you’re wrong, and that he does…
 
Sarah speaks with Gale Massey about Rising and Other Stories: "In story after story in her diverse new collection, Rising and Other Stories, Gale Massey illustrates the moments that shape and alter destiny. Bringing each to life through interconnected themes of moving water and a sense of loss, Massey shares with us an unvarnished narrative of a wo…
 
Luke tells Juliane about a book with no conflict and no drama: Quarter Share by Nathan Lowell. Buy this book at , or discuss this book at Goodreads.com Luke blogs at: https://www.lukeburrage.com/blog Follow Luke on twitter: https://twitter.com/lukeburrage Luke writes his own novels, like “Minding Tomorrow”, “Combat”, “Get that rat off my face!” and…
 
The internationally best-selling author of Goodbye, Things shares insights and practices to help you become the best version of yourself. Fumio Sasaki changed his life when he became a minimalist. But before minimalism could really stick, he had to make it a habit. All of us live our lives based on the habits we’ve formed, from when we get up in th…
 
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Written by Becca Syme, 'Dear Writer, You Need To Quit' isn't specifically written for childrens authors, but is definitely still applicable. This book is part of a whole "Dear Writer' series which is a very cool premise. This one has 15 chapters on things you should QUIT, and those are bookended by 'The Bad news' at the beginning and 'The Good News…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Jean Meltzer, author of The Matzah Ball. A MOST ANTICIPATED BOOK SELECTED BY POPSUGAR BUSTLE BUZZFEED * BOOKPAGE GOODREADS MEMBERS “The Matzah Ball had me laughing out loud…an all-around terrific read.”—Debbie Macomber, #1 New York Times bestselling author Oy! to the world Rachel Rubenstein-Goldblatt is a nice Jewi…
 
The Beekeeper of Aleppo by Christy Lefteri is a book we have both been keen to read for a while. This month gave us the perfect opportunity and we loved discussing its message of hope. While this episode isn't entirely spoiler free we have managed to talk about it in a way that hopefully doesn't give everything away if you have yet to read it. And …
 
Sherri L. Smith is an award-winning Children’s and Young Adult author who has published ten books. She also writes comics, including Bart Simpson Comics, James Cameron’s Avatar, and most recently, Wonder Woman. Her novel, Flygirl, is the Aviatrix Book Club discussion book for September 2021, which imagines a fair-skinned Black girl passing as white…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Lucy Adlington, author of The Dressmakers of Auschwitz: The True Story of the Women Who Sewed to Survive. A powerful chronicle of the women who used their sewing skills to survive the Holocaust, stitching beautiful clothes at an extraordinary fashion workshop created within one of the most notorious WWII death camp…
 
Recap timeeee! Yessiree, here's an overview of the 7 books I read (and 2 x book review from Juan) that was posted in September 2021. The standout for me was Candide by Voltaire, very witty and has obviously stood the test of time (it was published 260 years ago!). Most of the rest were pretty solid books that ranged from philosophy to children's bo…
 
On today’s show, author Robert Dugoni returns to the show to talk all about his new book The World Played Chess. “A fearless and sensitive coming-of-age story. I loved it.” —Mark Sullivan, bestselling author of Beneath a Scarlet Sky and The Last Green Valley. Bestselling author Robert Dugoni returns with an emotionally arresting follow-up to The Ex…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Tabitha Forney, author of Paper Airplanes. It’s the end of summer, 2001. Erin O’Connor has everything she’s ever dreamed of: good friends, a high-powered career at a boutique Manhattan firm, and a husband she adores. They have plans for their life together: careers, children, and maybe even a house in the country. …
 
Something we all hear often from authors is that they don't know where to start, which is what keeps them STUCK! Overwhelmed with analysis paralysis- because they technically KNOW all that they should be doing, but they just don't know HOW to get started. Last week Laurie shared an overall book marketing strategy childrens authors can use, and what…
 
Shocking and devastating in every which way. 'Hiroshima' by John Hersey details the accounts of 6 survivors from the atomic blast on August 6, 1945 @ 8:15 am. It goes over their injuries, the general chaos, widespread destructive effects, uncertainty of the future, overt heroism on the morning of, and the statistics of the death count. 5 chapters f…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Kerry Anne King, author of Other People’s Things. From the Amazon Charts bestselling author of Whisper Me This comes a witty, magical story about improbable connections, difficult gifts, and the unexpected events that heal us and bring us together. Jailbird. Klepto. Spectacular failure to launch. Nicole Wood’s stic…
 
Sarah speaks with D. Hale Rambo about her high fantasy debut novel, Tools of a Thief: "How do you stop being a thief? Zizy assumed quitting her job, stealing from her boss, and flitting magically across the continent was one way to give it a go. Getting in and out of sticky situations is her specialty. A little spellwork here, a little deception th…
 
Zammit read The Trial of Magneto, Jackson read Amazing Detective Cases, Levins finished Fullmetal Alchemist (and started reading Berserk). SUPPORT US ON PATREON FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK JOIN THE SERIOUS ISSUES FACEBOOK GROUP FOLLOW US ON TWITTER See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Like most moralising old men, this philosopher will either enlighten you, bore you, piss you off or a combo of all. 'Discourses & Selected Writings' by Epictetus are the words of wisdom from a notable stoic philosopher. It goes over his core principles/main ideas through the medium of assertions, arguments and conversations. Like most stoic philoso…
 
Colson Whitehead’s new novel, “Harlem Shuffle,” revolves around Ray Carney, a furniture retailer in Harlem in the 1960s with a sideline in crime. It’s a relatively lighthearted novel, certainly compared to “The Underground Railroad” and “The Nickel Boys,” Whitehead’s two previous novels, each of which won the Pulitzer Prize. “I usually do a lighter…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Laurell K. Hamilton, author of the new book A Terrible Fall of Angels (A Zaniel Havelock Novel Book 1). Angels walk among us, but so do other unearthly beings in this brand new series by #1 New York Times Bestselling author Laurell K. Hamilton. Meet Detective Zaniel Havelock, a man with the special ability to commu…
 
Sarah speaks with Susan K. Hamilton about her paranormal romance, The Devil Inside: "Mara Dullahan is a devil with a knack for sniffing out corrupt souls. Taunted for centuries about her lack of devilish wings, Mara has something to prove―and she’s determined to become Hell’s top Sales & Acquisitions devil. But her biggest rival, Kemm, will stop at…
 
Follow us on Twitter and Instagram and don't forget to check out our GoodReads! You can also email us at thephoenixnestpod@gmail.com. The ladies of The Phoenix Nest would like to remind you to shop independent! Follow the link to shop our favorite local independent bookstore, Mostly Books!بقلم Kat Anthony, Jessica West
 
Today we have a “best of” episode of Author Stories. As we work back to normal after Covid, we hope you enjoy this conversation we had with Brad last year. Stay tuned for more brand new episodes coming soon. “Fast-paced…pulse-pounding…supremely entertaining… His best ever.” —The Washington Times Scot Harvath returns in the newest thriller from #1 N…
 
Have you ever just wanted to know what it takes to have a solid book marketing system? If YES, then this is for you! Join Laurie for the BIG PICTURE overview of an excellent book marketing system, specifically for childrens authors. Join the email list! Website template I talked aboutبقلم Laurie Wright: Children's Author & Marketing Coach
 
Begone you engrams, let me be the Thetan I was born to be! 'Going Clear' by Lawrence Wright is an exposé mixed with the history of Scientology. The first half begins with a bio on the mythical/enigmatic L. Ron Hubbard and his life. The second half is of modern Scientology & its influential figures (such as David Miscavige, Tom Cruise and Paul Haggi…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Vince Passaro, author of Crazy Sorrow. A lyrical novel, spanning four decades in New York City, about a couple torn apart and the lengths to which they will go to be reunited. Vince Passaro’s first novel, 2002’s Violence, Nudity, Adult Content, was a provocative book that explored the darkest human emotions and the…
 
Sarah talks to Richard Paolinelli about his book Galen's Way: A Starquest 4th Age Adventure: "Millions of years in the future, humanity has been driven out of the Milky Way and now calls the Andromeda Galaxy home. Lost in their murky past are the tales of great knights that held the line against the invasion of a dark force until the rest of humani…
 
Part two of all the books we've been reading recently. Featuring (pretty much) spoiler free chats on all of the following: Outlawed - Anna North The Disaster Tourist - Yun Ko-Eun Caucasia - Danzy Senna The Paris Library - Janet Skeslien Charles With Teeth - Kristen Arnett The Lock In - Phoebe Luckhurst Boy On Fire - Mark Mordue Rock Bottom at the R…
 
Duscher reviews Hawkeye, Jackson reviews Crisis Zone and Levins reviews Transformers: The Manga. SUPPORT US ON PATREON FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK JOIN THE SERIOUS ISSUES FACEBOOK GROUP FOLLOW US ON TWITTER See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
One of those rare books that appeals to adults & kids alike. 'The Little Prince' by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry is a surprisingly complex story to convey a simple message. It is a combination of two tales that are intertwined together. One is of an adult aviator who has forgotten how to see the world through the eyes of a child. The other is of an int…
 
The novelist Brandon Taylor, who has generated his own buzz with his debut novel, “Real Life,” and a collection of stories, “Filthy Animals,” visits the podcast to discuss the much-discussed work of Sally Rooney. Taylor recently reviewed her third novel, “Beautiful World, Where Are You.” On the podcast, he describes Rooney’s writing as an “intense,…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Johanna Mo, author of The Night Singer. The scars from a family tragedy draw an estranged police detective back to her childhood home as a teenage boy’s death quickly causes the past to collide with the present. Police detective Hannah Duncker didn’t expect to return to her native Öland. She fled after her father’s…
 
Sarah speaks with Jodi S. Rosenfeld about her debut novel, Closer to Fine: "the story of Rachel Levine, a young, Jewish, bisexual woman finding her adult footing in a world full of uncertainties. Rachel has many teachers along the way―a stubborn grandfather, a progressive rabbi, a worldly girlfriend, a wise supervisor, and an insightful therapist―b…
 
'Everyone Has A Plan Until Sh!t Hits The Fan' by Tofe Evans looks at the journey from dispair & depression through to success, a focused mind and personal resilience. I summarised the book as follows. "A quaint and straight to the point book written by Tofe. The quintessential self-help book written by someone who just wants to ensure it is read by…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Vera Kurian, author of Never Saw Me Coming. “Fresh, fast-paced and fiendishly clever! If you love watching true crime and wonder about the psychopaths among us, this is the book for you!” — Lisa Gardner, #1 New York Times bestselling author Never Saw Me Coming is a compulsive, voice-driven thriller by an exciting n…
 
An unwavering spirit maybe isn't such a great thing after all. 'Candide' by Voltaire is a funny satire on the philosophical idea/theory of Optimism, which was popular during the French Enlightenment. It is a roving adventure of the ever hopeful Candide as he learns about the harshness of the world while chasing his love Cunégonde and spreading the …
 
EP 105 สูญเสีย ไม่เสียศูนย์ บทเรียนการดูแลความสูญเสียหลากหลายมุมมองหนังสือที่เกิดจากการถอดเทป Live series ทั้ง 3 ครั้ง ในหัวข้อ Grief & Loss และเรียบเรียงคําพูดให้ออกมาในรูปแบบงานเขียนที่เข้าใจได้ง่าย และได้รับความกรุณาจากวิทยากรผู้ร่วมสนทนาช่วยปรับเนื้อหาและร่วมเขียนเพิ่มเติมให้อ่านได้ง่ายขึ้น ผู้เขียนนพ.ฐากูร กาญจโนภาศ และพระจิตร์ จิตฺตสํวโรรศ.นพ…
 
Welcome to Season FOUR! Over the past 3 years we've done a variety of things on here.. we started with interviews and spent over a year listening to interviews with other indie authors of varying experience about how they made it happen for themselves. Then we started to have more specific topics on the show, and I went looking for guests who could…
 
'Shoe Dog' by Phil Knight details the journey of Nike's humble beginnings, from the Blue Ribbon Sports, through battling the Fed's, getting thrown out by banks.. the story does not hold back. I summarised the book as follows. "I really enjoyed reading this book, the way that Phil wrote the book himself and allowed the story to shine was excellent" …
 
Sarah speaks with Seth Mullins about the first book in his Edge of the Known series, The Authors of This Dream: "Brandon Chane's life is spinning out of control. After an altercation outside a performance venue nearly proves fatal, he's feeling at the mercy of dark forces threatening to tear his life apart. Even as a gifted poet and musician, his e…
 
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