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American Gods by Neil Gaimon. They discuss today's political climate, the struggle of lower class farmers, the effect the news and classism have society, and the similarities and differences between poverty in urban and rural areas. She also explains what led to her breaking free from the cycle of poverty and struggle in own family.

Last week we got a message on Twitter suggesting we do an episode all about dog books. Well, Jill is on the road for some interviews so Adam took full advantage. Enjoy these wonderful adventures of very good pups and the bork through ruff times and good times alike.

Not all dogs are good bois Some are good girls! Where the Red Fern Grows. Eb White On Dogs. Travels with Charlie by John Steinbeck. The Dog Stars by Peter Heller. White Fang. Lily and the Octopus. Her stories explore human emotion and are darkly funny. This collection is splashed all over countless "best of" lists and is a must read.

In keeping with her style of telling stories about underappreciated woman of history, this book is all about Hedy Lamarr. She was an actress, escaped a marriage to Austrian's most powerful arms dealer, and an inventor whose creation was the foundation for modern day WiFi. Her story is amazing. They talk about the ethical decisions we all make every day and the psychology involved with morality. They also explain their unique writing process. This episode is a must listen for fans of thrillers and suspense!

We kick off the episode by discussing a very special giveaway Adam and Jill are doing to celebrate episodes before Madeline talks about some recent books she's read. They then dive into all things stage related! They discuss his new book The First Conspiracy which he co-wrote with Josh Mensch about the time George Washington was nearly assassinated before the Revolutionary War ever began. This fascinating true story will blow your mind. This was recorded before Christmas so naturally they discuss Emmet Otter and Brad demands to do the Nerd 9 again to see if his answers are the same as last time.

It's ! New year, new month, new books from Jill and Adam. This time, they are sharing their books for January. The Paragon Hotel by Lindsay Faye. The Water Cure by Sophie Mackintosh. King of Scars by Leigh Bardugo. Burned by Edward Humes. The Similars by Rebecca Hanover. Ghost Wall by Sarah Moss. Looker by Laura Sims. The Plotters by Un-Su Kim. Annelies by David R. Breaking and Entering by Jeremy N Smith. Here and Now and Then by Mike Chen. Black is the Body by Emily Bernard. An Orchestra if Minorities by Chigozie Obioma. Say Hello! She tells a wonderful story about high school, clones, acceptance and mystery.

You're absolutely going to love it! It's the last Thursday of and Adam and Jill are here with their roundup of the best books they read in Both books published this year but also books they read that were published other years. Landwhale by Jes Baker. Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi. Not That Bad, ed. By Roxane Gay. Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney. The best books we read this year that weren't published in Lillian Boxfish takes a walk by Kathleen Rooney. Marathon Man by William Goldman. The Call by Peadar O Guilin. They discuss her fascinating life studying wildlife in Africa and how she learned to adjust to her life upon returning.

Her life has been a beautiful journey and her debut work of fiction is just as good. On today's episode, Jill and Adam interview the great Charlaine Harris , well known author of the Sookie Stackhouse Chronicles, The Aurora Teagarden series, and the Midnight, Texas series, all of which have been turned into television adaptations. This conversation was a joy and Charlaine is the funniest person we've ever interviewed. Be sure to listen in to hear all about it and how you can win a free reading device! With just a couple weeks left in , now is the perfect time to start thinking about and your goals and plans and to help you with those, we have a giveaway!

On today's episode, Adam is joined by three of OverDrive's staff librarians to answer a few of the book request emails we've received over the last few weeks. Emma, Kristin, and Maria do not disappoint. Check out all these amazing books! Books our librarians and Adam are reading:. The First Conspiracy by Brad Meltzer. Historical Fiction with a Medical Slant. The Physician by Noah Gordon. Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo. Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds. Crank by Ellen Hopkins. The Dark Between Stars by Atticus. The Dresden Files series by Jim Butcher. The Aeronaut's Windlass by Jim Butcher.

The Broken Earth series by N. You by Caroline Kepnes. Pieces of Her by Karin Slaughter. Dark Fantasy and moral ambiguity. The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert. Furyborn by Clarie Legrand. Wintersong by S.

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The Sisters of the Winter Wood. Thrilling dad books! Michael Crichton Jurassic Park, Micro. Relic by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurty. Dark Matter by Blake Crouch. Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett. True Crime and books about drug dealers. The Power of the Dog trilogy by Don Winslow. The Poisoner's Handbook by Deborah Blum. Kari brings a lifetime of personal experience as a horse trainer and rodeo competitor to her writing about the exciting, dangerous — and romantic -- world of the Texas rodeo.

On today's episode, Robin Witten from Audiofile Magazine and the Behind the Mic podcast joins us to talk about the absolute best audiobooks of the year. Behind the Mic is a daily podcast where you can get quick audiobook recommendations across multiple genres. It's a must listen for any fellow audiobook nerd. Subscribe to it today! Today's episode is sponsored by Sourcebooks and Sourcebooks Casablanca and features a conversation with romance suspense writer Katie Ruggle.

December is right around the corner and Jill and Adam are here with their top picks for next month! Today's episode is a bit of a flashback as Jill and Adam pull an old episode from the archives. Original episode was 73 back in December , so for longtime listeners hope you enjoy this Monday rewind and for new listeners, enjoy this interview!

They share emails and reviews from some listeners. Reach out to us at professionalbooknerds overdrive. We discuss his passion for Agatha Christie, how to make a murder mystery that lives up to her legacy, editing this masterpiece, why it's named differently in the U. This novel is a masterpiece of intrigue and Stuart is a delight.

Be sure to check out these other excellent new releases in their cataloge:. Part history, part romance, and all kinds of magic, author Susanna Kearsley's latest masterpiece will draw you in and never let you go, even long after you've closed the last page. Inspired by a newspaper photo that stunned readers throughout the country during the depression, Sold on a Monday is a powerful novel of ambition, redemption, love and family. The Fallen Architect by Charles Belfoure. In this riveting novel from The New York Times bestselling author of The Paris Architect , a man in disgrace finds that digging up the past is the only road he can take.

On today's episode, Jill and Adam look back at how they're doing on their reading resolutions, discuss the different ways they handle depression and provide a bunch of different ideas for setting reading goals. Books Adam and Jill have read lately:. Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C. Fraternity by Alexandra Robbins. Pledged by Alexandra Robbins. Born to Run by Christopher McDougall. North by Scott Jurek. Marathon Man by Bill Rodgers. Hunger by Roxane Gay. LandWhale by Jes Baker. Charlotte's Web by E. Former guest and friend of the podcast Fiona Davis returns to talk about her latest book, The Masterpiece.

If you've been thinking about adding Titan Comics Doctor Who series to your OverDrive collection, now is the perfect time. What do hockey, baking, vlogging and comics have in common? They're all a part of what makes Ngozi so amazing! She is the creator of Check, Please! Ngozi chats with Adam about where the idea came from for Check, Please! She also guesses Adam's favorite pie correctly because she's clearly a savant. On today's episode, Adam is joined by Christina, Andrea and Melissa all of whom have little babes at home and Andrea is expecting another!

We discuss the books they love reading to their little ones and the books they can't wait to share with them as they grow. Pete the cat books. Chu's Day at the Beach. Llama, Llama, red pajama. How do dinosaurs say goodnight. Fancy Nancy. The Pigeon Finds a Hot Dog. Vader's Little Princess. Brown Bear, Brown Bear. Aggie and Ben. The Giving Tree. Harriet the spy. Charlotte's Web. Harry Potter series. How the Grinch stole Christmas. Jill and Jasmine discuss romance books, Roxane Gay, and writing with a full-time job.

The title was selected for the upcoming Together We Read digital book club which runs from November in the United Kingdom. Madeline and Adam discuss her love of Mythology, writing the story for people who have no previous knowledge of the myth and their shared obsession with theater. On today's episode we're talking about November new releases we're most excited for!

There's something for everyone here! Click on any of the books below to sample them and then go borrow or buy them! November books. Empress of All Seasons by Emiko Jean. Heirs of the Founders by H. Queer Eye: Love Yourself. Love Your Life. Pulp by Robin Talley. Thanks a Thousand by A. Her latest book, Fake Blood, is out now! On today's episode we're once again helping you tackle your Read Harder Challenge.

Book Riot has one of the best yearly reading challenges but how do you find books to match each task? We've got your back. To find additional challenge book ideas check out episodes , , and A comic written or drawn by a person of color. Monstress by Marjorie Liu. The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang.

The first book in a new-to-you YA or middle grade series. Beasts Made of Night by Tochi Onyebuchi. Strange Fire by Tommy Wallach. The Penderwicks by Jeanne Birdsall. Rubyfruit Jungle by Rita Mae Brown. Speakers of the Dead by J. Aaron Sanders. Widows of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey. The Monkey's Mask by Dorothy Porter. A book with a female protagonist over the age of It's a question we're asked daily: what is your favorite book?

PBS took that idea and expanded it to find America's favorite book and they've been working tirelessly to find the answer.

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Through The Great American Read they've found America's top most popular books and all fall long they've been highlighting different genres and titles in their weekly episodes. We also discuss her absolutely amazing choice for her background music while writing. April is a delight of a human and this conversation was so much fun. To find your library or schools Britannica Digital Learning content, simply search for them by name in the search bar in Libby or on their OverDrive website. Mallory is, in our opinion, THE person to go to when you're looking for horror book recommendations.

So now that October has arrived we HAD to bring her on. Our chat is all about the horror books she loves, both truly terrifying and others that are less so.

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We offer recommendations for everyone, regardless of your fright level. It tells the true story of Milicent Patrick, the only woman in history to create one of Hollywood's classic movie monsters and we can't wait to read it. After you check out this episode be sure to subscribe to Reading Glasses as well. It's a phenomenal, weekly chat about everything in the book world between Mallory and her co-host Brea Grant. They are a Thursday release friend so you can enjoy both our shows together where they belong. Mallory's horror book recommendations!

Definitely Scary:. A Head full of ghosts by Paul Tremblay. The Red Tree by Caitlin Kiernan. The Elementals by Michael McDowell. Short story collections. Ghost Summer by Tananarive Due. Revenge by Yoko Ogawa. Just a little Spooky. White is for Witching by Helen Oyeyemi. Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson. The Halloween Tree by Ray Bradbury. The book that made Mallory fall in love with horror. Creepshow graphic novel by Stephen King.

Other books discussed. We have always lived in the castle by Shirley Jackson. The Deadhouse by Dawn Kurtagich. Mallory's All Hollow's Read book. Deborah has a new book out now called Time's Convert that is set in the same universe and she comes on the podcast to talk about what it was like returning to her world and characters, what her research process was like, and talks a little bit about the television adaptation of her popular series. Big Library Read BLR , facilitated by OverDrive, is a reading program through your library that connects readers around the world with the same eBook at the same time without any wait lists or holds.

Simply head to your library's OverDrive website or open up Libby and you'll see it front and center. On today's episode, Jill and Adam share the books coming out in October they are most excited for. We bring on friend of the show and all around rockstar human Jandra Sutton to breakdown the issues we have with the new Fantastic Beasts trailer. We have thoughts, friends. The Clockmaker's Daughter by Kate Morton. The Library Book by Susan Orlean. Muse of Nightmares by Laini Taylor. Killing Commendatore by Haruki Murakami. Elevation by Stephen King. Lu by Jason Reynolds. Bitter Orange by Claire Fuller.

Heavy by Kiese Laymon. Shadow of the Fox by Julie Kagawa. I'll Be There for you the one about friends by Kelsey Miller. Alice Isn't Dead by Joseph Fink. Gmorning, Gnight! Adam and Hank discuss society in the age of connectivity because of the internet and what it means for us as humans. At the end of the day his mysterious novel feels like a beautiful statement on where we are as a people today and how we can accomplish things by coming together.

This book and this chat we're both simply wonderful. Want to know what sounds absolutely creepy? A murderous carnival on a cruise ship We get into where the idea came from and a whole slew of other things. It's always such a blast when Kerri stops by via phone. Tuesday, September 18th is Read an Ebook Day! OverDrive's own holiday which celebrates a love for digital reading and for today's episode, Adam and Jill talk to some of their coworkers to find out what books they'll be reading. Visit www. Eye of the World by Robert Jordan. The Sacrifice Box by Martin Stewart.

To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra Christo. Lethal White by Robert Galbraith. Meddling Kids by Edgar Cantaro. More Deadly than the Male by Graeme Davis. Heart Berries by Terese Marie Mailhot. Descender by Jeff Lemire. The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. Dreaming the Beatles by Rob Sheffield. Guy Branum can do it all. Equal parts introspective and hilarious, this book breaks down Guy's personal upbringing, surviving law school, coming into his own as a comedy writer and the true meaning of Bohemian Rhapsody. I say this was an interview but truthfully it's more like a 30 minute pitch for Adam to get to be Guy's friend.

On today's episode, we sit down with Melissa Hartwig, co-founder of Whole30 and author of the new Whole30 Slow Cooker. We disucss how Whole30 came to be, dispel the misconception that it's a diet and get into Melissa's life as a fellow book nerd. This episode was sponsored by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. They discuss the importance of talking about tough topicswith young readers, how her writing career began on a dare and what it's like writing a story in a previously created universe like the X-Files.

I could have chatted with her for DAYS! This dystopian story draws comparisons to The Handmaid's Tale with it's disturbing setting and the future it portrays where women are only allowed to speak words per day. Christina has spent her life studying linguistics and the importance of language and we dig into how this played into her novel. Jill is getting married! Thankfully, we have many a book nerd here so the wonderful Andrea pinch hits to chat with Adam about the books they're most excited for coming out this month. In Pieces by Sally Field. The Dinner List by Rebecca Serle.

Wildcard by Marie Lu. Sea Prayer by Khaled Hosseini. Lake Success by Gary Shteyngart. The Mermaid and Mrs. Hancock by Imogen Hermes Gowar. Sadie by Courtney Summers. Daughter of a Daughter of a Queen. Escaping from Houdini by Kerri Maniscalco. On today's episode, Adam has a round table discussion with three of the best writers of modern day fairy tales. Rena Rossner, Laini Taylor, and Naomi Novik all write magical, dark and enchanting stories that many classify as fairy tales and we dive into what that definition means and why these stories mean so much to readers.

For two weeks all library card holders in that part of the world can visit their library's OverDrive website Or Libby! Adam and James discuss why they feel World War II novels remain so popular today and how they force society to look at the current state of our world through a lens of events in the past. On today's episode it's all about Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone! Starting August 27th anyone with a library card at any North American library can visit the library's OverDrive website or Libby!

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Check it out and join in the fun! On today's episode, Adam sits down with Eoin Colfer, author of the bestselling Artemis Fowl series, to discuss his new graphic novel Illegal. They cover topics like why he chose to write about African immigrants, how graphic novels can help struggling readers grasp stories and how people can help out others going through similar experiences. Along with acting, she is also a visual artist who has a new workbook for artists out now called No Mistakes. Part adult coloring book, part artistic exercises, this workbook is perfect for anyone wanting to stretch their artistic limits whether you are a writer, an artist, or still trying to find your creative voice.

The Perfect Mother by Aimee Molloy. How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather. Haunting the Deep by Adriana Mather. Truth or Beard by Penny Reid. On today's episode new best friend of the show R. Kwon joins Jill and Adam to discuss her absolutely Earth shattering debut novel The Incendiaries, wishing she could escape writing about religion and why she's a firm believer in the spine-in bookshelves shudders. Check out her book and listen to us bond with the best person alive. Jill and Adam share some of their favorite recent Young Adult anthologies loaded with diverse stories including various cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations, and stories from authors with disabilities.

These stories are a perfect way for readers to discover the world through people who may not look or sound like them. You'll love every one of them! They discuss what inspired Gail to write the book and what it's like to have your debut do so well. Adam and Jill are back with their monthly picks!

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Today they offer up some incredible books coming out in August. The Masterpiece by Fiona Davis. Soul Stealer: Catwoman by Sarah J. Sold on a Monday by Kristina McMorris. Our Stories Our Voices ed. Praise Song for the Butterflies by Bernice L. They discuss tired tropes of Science Fiction, diversity in writing and whether or not it's okay to tell another culture's story. This might just be my favorite conversation I've ever had Small town secrets! Unreliable narrators! The Good Girl by Mary Kubica.

Hidden Bodies by Caroline Kepnes. Behind Closed Doors by B. Mister Tender's Girl by Carter Wilson. Marsh King's Daughter by Karen Dionne. Into the Water by Paula Hawkins. On today's episode Adam chats with Joe Abercrombie, author of the ridiculously popular First Law series. They chat about the new covers of the original trilogy, the new trilogy he's currently writing!!! We discuss how she started blogging, how she finds time to read with a bunch of children running around the house, ways to get the youngsters to love reading and how audiobooks are a book nerds' lifesaver!

On today's episode, Adam bonds with Sarah Jacoby over her jawdropping illustrations, her wonderful children's book and Jim Henson. It's amazing and she's amazing and you should all go read Forever or a Day right now. Here's what we're chatting about today:. The Drunken Botanist by Amy Stewart. Tarka the Otter by Henry Williamson. Ginger Kid by Steve Hoffstetter. Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson.

From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler by EL Konigsburg. The Magician's Nephew by C. The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin. James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl. Today Adam is sitting down with author Katie Ganshert, a wonderful woman who writes Christian inspired titles for both adults and young readers.

Her latest novel No One Ever Asked, is inspired by real world events, this is a riveting tale about the way we see one another, the lies we tell ourselves, the questions and stories that go unexplored. Big Library Read is back! From July 9th until July 23rd, you can borrow Lacy's book from participating libraries without waitlists or holds. After reading, visit BigLibraryRead.

Who is the best Harry Potter character? What's the worst side plot. We tackle these and so many other important topics on today's episode! This story touches on growing up a multicultural child in the tense societal times of the 60s and 70s in both NYC and the deep south. They also talk about Malcolm's Hunter S. Thompson like travels and the fascinating life he's led. It's our July books episode! Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik. The Incendiaries by Ro Kwon. Grace and Fury by Tracy Banghart.

Loneliest Girl in the Universe by Lauren James. Scream and Scream Again! Her latest book, Every Note Played , is out now. We then dive into a very important conversation about our own personal book rules. Have book rules of your own? Join our Reading Community on Viber and let us know about them! Books mentioned in this episode:. The Awakening by Kate Chopin. Preacher by Garth Ennis. Hot Blooded by Lisa Jackson. Voodoo Season by Jewell Parker Rhodes. The Pelican Brief by John Grisham.

Today's interview episode is one we've been waiting months to share with you! The story she has crafted is beautiful and moving and we're so fortunate to have had her join us. It's Pride Month! They also discuss some of their recent reads. After the Blue Hour by John Rechy. How We Get Free , ed. Becoming Nicole by Amy Ellis Nutt. George by Alex Gino. The Pants Project by Cat Clark. Time's Convert by Deborah Harkness.

Elisabeth touches on the common misconceptions we all have about not only high powered business women but also the misconceptions we have when we think about the majestic craft of writing. They talk about expanding on real life literary characters and turning them into historical fiction. They have a fascinating chat about classic literature and much more! The Mermaid by Christina Henry. My Plain Jain by Cynthia Hand.

The Book of M by Peng Shepherd. A Thousand Beginnings and Endings , ed. Tell Me Lies by Carola Lovering. Court of Shadows by Madeleine Roux. Today's episode is an interview Jill did with Ruth Ware, one of her absolute favorite mystery authors! Her latest book, The Death of Mrs.

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You can download Viber and join the community by clicking this link:. Once there, feel free to introduce yourselves, share what you're reading and join the conversation! Book Recommendations in this episode:. Uprooted by Naomi Novik. Agent of Chaos by Kami Garcia. Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi. Pachinko by Min Jin Lee. Claire discusses the long history of this book, the music that inspired her writing, and offers some book recommendations for our listeners.

The wildly talented and all-around wonderful Jessica Knoll took some time out of her post-pub day celebrations to chat with Adam on today's episode! They discuss how writing The Favorite Sister was different from her debut, what it feels like writing with newfound expectations, the truth behind her fiction and why you women shouldn't ever have to apologize for their success. The Favorite Sister is now available and sure to be on every bestseller list so go borrow it today!

You asked and we listened! On our website professionalbooknerds. They also talk about all of the non-historical fiction titles they've been reading recently. Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett. Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier. Shadow Child by Rahna Reiko Rizzuto. The Summer Wives by Beatriz Williams. White Houses by Amy Bloom. The Fifth Season by N. They discuss their different writing styles and how important having an open mind is when co-writing a book.

We had an absolute blast chatting in Philly! Click Here to read a sample of BOB and borrow it from your library. Oh goodness was this a treat. We got a private tour of Cleveland Public Library's historic downtown library and then sat down with their Youth Services librarians for a book talk! They offer up everything from Adult and YA to comics, manga, graphic novels and even some pictures books! Books discussed on this episode. All Summer Long by Hope Larson.

There There by Tommy Orange. Quiet Until the Thaw by Alexandra Fuller. Sunny by Jason Reynolds. The Milk of Dreams by Leonara Carrington. Real Friends by Shannon Hale. Be prepared by Vera Brosgol. Yona of the Dawn by Mizuho Kusanagi. Jill and Ariel discuss the mythology that surrounds the Romanov dynasty and Ariel's unique research and writing process. Ariel also shares some of her favorite historical fiction novels. Oh it's that time again! The Favorite Sister by Jennifer Knoll.

Not That Bad edited by Roxane Gay. The Outsider by Stephen King. The Glitch by Elisabth Cohen. Calypso by David Sedaris. Furyborn by Claire Legrand. The Poppy War by R.


Legendary by Stephanie Garber. Our Kind of Cruelty by Ariminta Hall. The Death of Mrs. King of Ashes by Raymond E. Warlight by Michael Ondaatje. Today, we are talking Westworld readalikes!


Artificial Intelligence! After sharing their readalikes, Jill and Adam also discuss the first episode of season 2 of Westworld. More Westworld Readalikes can be found on OverDrive. Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton. Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Unbury Carol by Josh Malerman. The Gunslinger by Stephen King. The Sisters Brothers by Patrick deWitt.

This annual program is designed to encourage students to keep reading all year long and runs June 6th - July 18th. Our school partners interested in participating can find more information -- including a marketing kit -- at resources. The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge. They discuss a pirate cruise Tricia went on as well as their mutual adoration for Pirates of the Caribbean.

Join us, Maytee! Today we are tackling:. Nathaniel talks about his history with sailing and what made him write Second Wind, and also discusses some of his historical books including In the Heart of the Sea. Greeks Bearing Gifts by Philip Kerr. Our Homesick Songs by Emma Hooper. A Rising Man by Abir Mukherjee. A Necessary Evil by Abir Mukherjee. The Great Believers by Rebecca Makkai. On today's episode, Cleveland journalist and bestselling author stops by the office to sit down with Adam for a wide-ranging conversation about everything from being a 20 year cancer survivor, creating books out of newspaper columns and much more.

They chat about how beautiful quotes stick with us and what words mean to us as readers. On today's episode Adam is back in the office from a whole bunch of travels just in time for our April book picks! Join in as Jill and Adam get a little weird talking Zelda, Duck Tales and, of course, the books they're most excited about coming out this month! Books mentioned in this episode. Circe by Madeline Miller.

The Geraldo Show by Geraldo Rivera. Noir by Christopher Moore. Rebound by Kwame Brown. Ghost Boys by Jewell Parker Rhodes. God Save Texas by Lawrence Wright. The Only Story by Julian Barnes. Inseparable by Yunte Huang. Happiness by Aminatta Forna. Natural Causes by Barbara Ehrenreich.

Make Trouble by Cecile Richards. Blackfish City by Sam J. The Library by Stuart Kells. On today's episode, Jennifer joins the Professional Book Nerds and discusses her experience living in a year-old cabin, learning how to homestead and farm on the fly and raise goats. Jennifer explains how she came to live in the cabin and how it truly became the home she never knew she needed. It's a podcast within a podcast! She is also the author of the upcoming book Unscripted. They discuss Jonathan's writing process, his background as a journalist, and Cleveland!

No matter what your age, chances are you grew up reading Jane Yolen's books. She is a children's literature institution who has been compared to Aesop and Hans Christian Andersen and countless generations learned to read through her stories. This month, she released her th!! Listen in as she describes the process of creating books for children of all ages and why she still loves doing it. Jill is back with Rachel, Emma, and Kristin are with some of their latest thriller and suspense picks! Many of these aren't published yet, so be sure to put them on hold now and be first in line.

Adam and Tomi discuss how the events of society inspired her stories, realizing that she was writing characters that looked nothing like her and the misconception that she is an "overnight" success. Every second of this conversation was memorable and Tomi is a generational talent in the literary world. Go read her book! It's our monthly book round up episode! Adam and Jill discuss the March books they can't wait to read and also offer some recommendations based on the books they are both currently reading.

Dreadful Young Ladies and other stories by Kelly Barnhill. Today's episode features bestselling author Carter Wilson. Carter and Jill discuss Carter's writing process, comic books, and the balance that comes when writing a fictional book based on actual events. Adam is joined by Christina hello, Hi! We've got thoughts on world building, love triangles and naming conventions Take a listen! The Young Elites by Marie Lu. Warcross by Marie Lu. War Storm by Victoria Aveyard. Queen of Hearts by Colleen Oakes. The Age of Legends series by Kelley Armstrong. Blood Song by Anthony Ryan.

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. Caraval by Stephanie Garber. Perpetual nail it down —. Stanza 1. Sometimes, this is how my own life feels. Emily Dickinson had a great many wounds to trouble her. Many folks she loved died early and often. She loved stupid men who did not appreciate her back. She was inclined to be sensitive and retreat in times of wounding —instead of giving back as good as she got. Indeed, she was a gentle poet. But I cannot say she was a cowardly one. So all of this came from avoiding the wound? Then the second stanza—which seems an extension of the dyingexperience of the first stanza.

Here she speaks not of drowning —but of burial—or at the very least—a massive retreat to the shadows—out of direct light. Stanza 2. What could have done her in? Invariably women are crushed by men and god knows why when there are so many of them around that you could pick them like caterpillars off the million leaves of trees and not want for company.