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Books Are Great is an audio show by Jeff Brandwein and Joe Arko. They sit down and discuss usually one book per episode, with the purpose of finding the valuable ideas inside. Joe and Jeff generally read nonfiction books about personal growth, goal setting, habit formation, psychology and many other practical topics. The conversations are unscripted.
 
Mike's Always Right—hosted by Mike Eiman—is high in fiber, and jam packed with inane ramblings about fiction writing, self-publishing, marketing, coffee and whatever else happens to strike Mike's fancy.
 
With an eye on reviewing fiction and nonfiction that has regional resonance for Connecticut or Long Island, Joan considers the timeliness and significance of recently published work: what these books have to say to a broad group of readers today and how they say it in a distinctive or unique manner, taking into account style and structure as well as subject matter.
 
Most Read Books is a podcast for everyone who wants to know what everyone else is reading and whether you might want to read it too. It offers short and to-the-point episodes that cover bestselling books in general/literary fiction, popular nonfiction and mysteries/thrillers.
 
0000017a-15d9-d736-a57f-17ff8a330001The Bookshelf features authors from around New Hampshire and the region, as well as books about New Hampshire by authors from anywhere. Covering mostly fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry, it also features literary conferences, events and trends.Hosted by Peter Biello, The Bookshelf airs every other Friday on All Things Considered.What's on your bookshelf? Let us know by sending an email to books@nhpr.org.
 
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Gist.fm peeks into the bookshelves of successful entrepreneurs and remarkable thinkers pulling out those ideas you wish you’d heard before and the ones you need to hear again. We pick timely and timeless pieces of nonfiction and boil them down to 20 minutes with the help of their authors and professional voice actors. Learn how FBI hostage negotiators handle difficult conversations; what a study of 80,000 managers tells us about hiring and motivating people; what most productivity hacks gros ...
 
Devin Galaudet lost his father's ashes and writes about in his memoir 10,000 MIles with my Dead Father's Ashes, which is available in bookstores everywhere September 18, 2018. Hi podcast on writing, editing, and promotion for writers is updated daily, Writing Daily. Devin is the Editor and Publisher of the well-established In The Know Traveler series of websites, which celebrated thirteen years in August. He also publishes several other travel-inspired websites including In The Know Hotels a ...
 
Words To Mouth is an author interview talk show where readers meet authors beyond the printed page…and win FREE books. Come discover new and seasoned authors and the books they write. Carrie Runnals understands the challenges of being a busy woman juggling work-life balance. She scours the literary market and keeps a pulse on new book releases for you. Hear about the latest must-read novels and nonfiction as Carrie gets the answers to questions you want asked with authors you’d love to meet. ...
 
Authors Love Readers, hosted by USAToday bestselling author Patricia McLinn, is a conversation between authors about how and why they create stories. With questions contributed by readers. Quite a few podcasts are out there for aspiring and established writers, both on the craft and the business. This podcast, though, is for readers. The goal is to have authors on the show who write in all sorts of fiction genres. As a reader, it doesn’t matter which path to publication an author takes – ind ...
 
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On this episode, we highlight the latest book and publishing news in Asian American literature for our September 2021 mid-month check-in! New books mentioned in our publishing news: Zeba Shahnaz - Midnight Strikes Emiko Jean - Mika in Real Life Livia Blackburne - Clementine and Danny Save the World (and Each Other) A.Y. Hashitate - Selfiesby Sumie …
 
On this episode, we chat with debut author Michelle Quach about her upcoming YA novel Not Here To Be Liked, an enemies-to-lovers romantic comedy about Eliza, who's dreams of becoming the Editor-in-Chief of her high school newspaper gets crushed when the more popular (and less qualified) Lem gets the position instead. In her anger she pens a manifes…
 
On this episode, we discuss our August 2021 pick is Patron Saints of Nothing by Randy Ribay, a YA coming-of-age story set against the background of Philippine's President Duterte's war on drugs. Jay is a bored Filipino American teen in the midst of some major senioritis when he learns that his cousin Jun, who he was once close with, was killed as p…
 
Forgotten in Death is the 53rd book in J.D. Robb’s Eve Dallas murder mystery series, as in fill-in-the-first-word: “_____ in Death,” the first book being Naked in Death in 1995, and the one before this one, Faithless in Death . I confess — before this new one I had read no Robb books — a total of 220 including romance novels written under her real …
 
On this episode, we chat with author Amanda Jayatissa about her debut novel My Sweet Girl, a thriller about a woman trying to unravel the mystery behind her roommate's death (and the subsequent disappearance of his body), which leads face to face toa reckoning decades in the making that stems back to her own adoption from Sri Lanka. We chat with Am…
 
On this episode, we chat with author Meredith Ireland about her debut YA novel The Jasmine Project, a romantic comedy about a girl named Jasmine, freshly "on-break" with her kinda shitty boyfriend, who's loving and meddlesome family sets up a makeshift Bachelorette style dating competition for her... without her knowledge of course. We have a fun c…
 
On this episode, we highlight the latest book and publishing news in Asian American literature for our August 2021 mid-month check-in! New books mentioned in our publishing news: Julia Vee & Ken Bebelle - Ebony Gate C.B. Lee - A Coffeeshop in an Alternate Universe Alice Lin - Fireworks Trang Thanh Tran - She Is a Haunting Susie Lee Jin - Not an Egg…
 
On this episode, we chat with author Andrea Wang about her new middle grade novel The Many Meaning of Meilan, a coming of age story about a Chinese American girl who finds strength in the many meanings of her name as she struggles to adjust to moving from Boston's Chinatown to a small town in Ohio. We chat with Andrea about her journey to becoming …
 
It can’t be easy writing a new book in a series because you have to consider readers who may be coming to you for the first time, as well as keep up with characters fans tell you they want to see back. But longtime Richmond Virginia newspaperman Howard Owen showed 10 books ago in his Willie Black murder mysteries that he can continue to create abso…
 
On this episode, we discuss our July 2021 book club pick, An Ocean of Minutes by Thea Lim, a Sci-Fi time travel novel about a woman who journeys to the future as an indentured worker to save the life of the man she loves in the midst of a global pandemic. The story follows her struggles as a temporally migrant worker as she tries to find her way ho…
 
There are books galore about American presidents — biographies, memoirs, analyses by colleagues, family members, scholars, journalists, by presidents themselves — but Gary Ginsberg hits on something new: a close-up look at various presidents through the eyes of their closest companions.Joan Baum
 
Nicole Burnham is the RITA award-winning author of more than 20 novels, including the popular Royal Scandals series. Her stories center on family and romance, whether they’re set in small-town America or centuries-old palaces, and are populated by characters who work to make the world a better place. As an army brat, Nicole grew up moving around th…
 
On this episode, we chat with author Emiko Jean about her latest novel Tokyo Ever After, a YA story about a Japanese American girl from Northern California who finds out she's actually an imperial princess of Japan. We chat with Emiko about her journey as a writer, and how it led her to write her latest novel. Follow Emiko on IG at @emikojeanbooks …
 
On this episode, we highlight the latest book and publishing news in Asian American literature for our July 2021 mid-month check-in! *Support the podcast by purchasing books at our bookshop * Follow our hosts: Reera Yoo (@reeraboo) Marvin Yueh (@marvinyueh) Follow us: Facebook Twitter Goodreads Group The Books & Boba July 2021 pick is An Ocean of M…
 
Here’s a book that’s well named: “Bald.” To emphasize the point, the cover contains an illustration of a man in profile, his pate as smooth as stone, and a back flap front-face photo that shows one hairless Simon Critchley, professor of philosophy, looking a bit perturbed. But not because he’s bald. Critchley announces the fact as his opening sente…
 
On this episode, we discuss our June 2021 book club pick, Happy Endings by Thien-Kim Lam, a romance novel about a second-chance romance between Trixie, a sex-toy saleswoman, and her ex Andre, a chef/bartender trying to keep his mother's restaurant afloat in a gentrifying DC neighborhood. Joining us are romance novel experts Jess Ju and Hanh Nguyen …
 
Erik Larson is so good a storyteller that as you read through The Splendid and the Vile , his magnificent saga of Winston Churchill during the bombing of Britain — “the year Churchill became Churchill,” as Larson says — you wonder how it will all turn out! The book is what’s been said of Larson’s earlier works: “addictively readable.” Subtitled “A …
 
On this episode, we chat with author (and publisher) David Yoon about his latest novel Version Zero, a thriller taking place in the fast paced and cutthroat world of the social media tech industry, where the only way to fix the world, may be to start over from zero. We ask David about his experience publishing his first adult fiction novel, as well…
 
In late May, host Patricia McLinn was a guest on fellow independent author Joanna Penn’s The Creative Penn podcast. Joanna writes nonfiction for authors and is an award-nominated, bestselling thriller author as J.F. Penn. She’s also an award-winning podcaster and creative entrepreneur. In the Creative Penn podcast “Discovery Writing And Sustaining …
 
So many publishing announcements on this episode! Join us as we highlight the latest book and publishing news in Asian American literature for our June 2021 mid-month check-in! *Support the podcast by purchasing books at our bookshop * Follow our hosts: Reera Yoo (@reeraboo) Marvin Yueh (@marvinyueh) Follow us: Facebook Twitter Goodreads Group The …
 
On this episode, we sit down with author Jesse Q. Sutanto about her novel Dial A for Aunties, a story about a woman who has to rely on her mother and 3 meddling aunties to help her hide the body of the blind date she accidentally killed. We chat aunties, dim sum, and writing, as well as figure out the mystery behind how Dial A for Aunties was disco…
 
Though Amagansett-based author Ellen Feldman’s compelling new novel The Living and the Lost is set in Berlin shortly after World War II, with flashbacks to 1938, it resonates today with disturbing themes about the heritage of hatred, and suggests that the title “The Living AND the Lost” may well have been “the Living ARE the Lost.” The implications…
 
On this episode, we discuss our May 2021 book club pick, The Silence of Bones by June Hur, a historical mystery novel taking place in Joseon era Korea, following Seol, an orphaned police Damo, who's been tasked to assist in the investigation of a murdered noblewoman. Part historical fiction and part noir detective fiction, The Silence of Bones expl…
 
On this episode, we invite author Payal Doshi to the podcast to chat about her debut novel Rea and the Blood of the Nectar, a middle grade fantasy adventure about an Indian girl's journey into a magical world to find her missing twin brother. Payal shares about her journey to becoming an author, how she built the magical world of Astranthia, and mo…
 
A new and expanded edition of a book first published 58 years ago about a man said to have been the world’s greatest conductor shows why the myth took hold and why it remains unchallenged. Arturo Toscanini was unique. A musician of genius, including a photographic memory, Toscanini could boast – but never did – of having a repertoire of 120 operas …
 
We highlight the latest book and publishing news in Asian American literature for our May 2021 mid-month check-in! *Support the podcast by purchasing books at our bookshop * Follow our hosts: Reera Yoo (@reeraboo) Marvin Yueh (@marvinyueh) Follow us: Facebook Twitter Goodreads Group The Books & Boba May 2021 pick is The Silence of Bones by June Hur…
 
Author Sarah Suk joins the podcast to talk about her debut novel Made in Korea, a YA romcom about two Korean American high school teens running rival Korean beauty product businesses at their school. We chat with Sarah about her writing roots (including writing stories for Neopets), as well as her inspirations for her novel. Follow Sarah at @saraha…
 
On this episode, we discuss our April 2021 book club pick, How to Pronounce Knife by Souvankham Thammavongsa, a collection of short stories centering on the perspectives of the Laos diaspora. Souvankham's stories offer us a glimpse into a community whose stories often get forgotten in the greater conversation of Asian representation. *Support the p…
 
You know how writers are sometimes asked whom they would like to have over for a small dinner party? Well, historian, biographer and academic Walter Isaacson, out now with another magnificent tome, The Code Breaker , says – with nods to other innovators he’s written about, including Einstein, Steve Jobs and his favorite genius, Leonardo Da Vinci – …
 
Every week, Writing Daily assembles an incredible collection of expert podcasters and authors who answer questions to help you write more, write better, and promote yourself and your work through podcasting as both a host and a guest.Devin Galaudet
 
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