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Do you want to spend more time reading but aren’t sure what book to start with? Or are you a voracious reader looking for your next page-turner? Whether you’re a bonafide bookworm or a bookworm in the making, the WE SHOULD ALL BE BOOKWORMS podcast is for you. Peek into magnetic books that have universal appeal — books that will resonate with you and connect with you in a deep way — no matter who you are or where you’re from. Tune in bi-weekly on Tuesdays and visit bookwormpod.com to learn more.
 
Right To The Core will be a podcast series diving into some of the different themes of the books we have our trainees in Core Training at the Central Canadian District of the Christian & Missionary Alliance read. This podcast series will be hosted by Darin Martin from the Groundswell Church and Elisa Brown from IncaLink. Each month Darin and Elisa will be diving into a Core Training book and discussing themes throughout them at a roundtable discussion with the book authors and Core Training ...
 
Access Utah is UPR's original program focusing on the things that matter to Utah. The hour-long show airs daily at 9:00 a.m. and covers everything from pets to politics in a range of formats from in-depth interviews to call-in shows. Email us at upraccess@gmail.com or call at 1-800-826-1495.Join the discussion!
 
Synchronicity machines. Difference engines melded with the iChing. Geomancy: the art of making stone float with sound. The hacker collective 'Anonymous'. Secret societies … This is the world of ARMAND PTOLEMY, a new action-adventure hero. Facing an enemy armed with the Golden Aleph -- a mystical device that allows its wielder to see holographically into every point in time and space, Ptolemy must use every trick of his Oxford-educated mind and circus-trained body to succeed. But how do you f ...
 
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In this episode of Shelf Care: The Podcast, Booklist’s editors look back on the year in reading and talk about some of their fave titles from the Editors’ Choice list, which is the main feature of our January issue. Here’s what everyone talked about:Donna Seaman, Editor, Adult BooksChasing Me to My Grave: An Artist’s Memoir of the Jim Crow South, b…
 
Warm up by the fire with another edition of No More Mondays Winter Warmers. Today's episode finds Angie and Jane Durkee exploring the origins of the popular Outdoor Life Lessons video series. A special bonus: this episode drops on 12/10/2021 which is Angie's birthday. We hope this episode inspires you to get outside and re-charge!…
 
Bogdan Zlatkov won’t disappoint. This multi-faceted personality has become a friend, trusted advisor, and colleague. The most recognizable thing in Bogdan’s history is his time as a content marketing manager with LinkedIn Learning. He’s since moved to a Green tech company serving the solar industry, but that’s not all. One of the reasons I wanted t…
 
One beautiful September day, three men convene on Martha’s Vineyard, friends ever since meeting in college circa the sixties. They couldn’t have been more different then, or even today – Lincoln’s a commercial real estate broker, Teddy a tiny-press publisher and Mickey a musician beyond his rockin’ age.…
 
Kimmery Martin is an emergency medicine doctor-turned novelist whose works of medical fiction have been praised by The Harvard Crimson, Southern Living, The New York Times, and others. She talks about her latest novel, Doctors and Friends, which is set during a pandemic. Written before Covid 19, the novel is prescient in how it follows a group of d…
 
Join us as our hosts Elisa and Darin are joined by our guest speakers Traci-Lynn Burt and Nathan Barnes as they dive into the book a Church called Tov To find the book you can use this link: https://www.amazon.ca/Church-Called-Tov-Goodness-Promotes/dp/1496446003/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3UD3E9W3V4QBD&keywords=a+church+called+tov&qid=1636127035&sprefix=a+chu…
 
Just in time for holidays: Give the gift of reading this year. Join Angie Callen and Executive Producer, Jane Durkee, review their compilation of top books recommended in Season Two of No More Mondays. There's a book on the list for all the growth-minded, action oriented readers in your life. Enjoy!By Angie Callen, Jane Durkee
 
You’re about to meet Vicki Moore. Vicki has taken risks and made big changes in her life – she’s re-created and rebranded herself multiple times. After getting her MBA, Vicki spent eight years in the corporate world where she managed large-scale training and marketing projects, at which point she took a leap of faith and started her own business. T…
 
Liesl & Po by Lauren Oliver is a fairy tale about an orphaned girl named Liesl and a ghost named Po on a mission to help Liesl’s father’s soul find rest. Along the way they are joined by Will, a runaway alchemist’s apprentice who accidentally lost “The Greatest Magic in the World.” Together, they navigate a cold, sunless world while being chased by…
 
Colleen van Niekerk, author of A Conspiracy of Mothers, talks about the inspiration for a novel set in South Africa, which tells the story of three mothers whose lives intersect during a generation-defining period in history. A Conspiracy of Mothers tells a story of love and betrayal from multiple perspectives while deftly balancing the painful leg…
 
As we head toward the holidays we want to know what you’re reading. What’s on your nightstand or device right now? Is there a book that has had a big impact on you? Which books are you looking forward to reading or giving as gifts? Perhaps you’d like to tell us a personal story connected to a favorite book. We’d love to hear about books in the adul…
 
Starting in the 2022 season, Ashley Hasty, founder of The Hasty Booklist, will be joining Lainey Cameron as co-host on The Best of Women’s Fiction Podcast. Learn more about Ashley, what she likes to read, and her progress as a future published author. Also learn how, together, she and Lainey will be choosing the guests to invite for the early 2022 …
 
Tim Gidado currently serves as a territory sales manager for 3M. Yes, that 3M – who makes everything from no-damage hook you hang on the wall to the industrial solutions Tim represents and sells into a variety of other big channels, like the aerospace industry. Finding your niche in this world isn’t always easy, let alone when your career has progr…
 
The Sinner and the Saint: Dostoevsky and the Gentleman Murderer Who Inspired a Masterpiece is the true crime story-behind-the-story of Dostoevsky’s greatest work, Crime and Punishment, and why it changed the world. November 11th marked the 200th anniversary of Dostoevsky’s birth and author Kevin Birmingham spent years researching archival material …
 
Phoebe Fox, author of six novels, joins to talk about her latest release The Way We Weren’t. She shares the inspiration behind a novel that Booklist called "a study in contrasts: tragic yet heart-warming, suspenseful yet comforting." Plus, why she decided to come clean on her alter-ego as Tiffany Yates Martin, one of the publishing industry’s most …
 
As one of Denver’s prominent real estate agents, Meg Pitkin has made a name for herself smack-dab in the middle of Colorado’s booming housing market. Her entrepreneurial approach to real estate is impressive. Meg has earned herself a top 5% ranking among real estate agents in Denver by leading with a “client-first” mindset. She’s a fellow small-tow…
 
Jurassic Park is the OG dinosaur story that inspired the billion-dollar blockbuster movie franchise. In this story, a company discovers how to resurrect dinosaurs, and they build a resort to exploit their innovation. But when they bring in a few guests for a test weekend, everything that can go wrong does. On its surface, Jurassic Park explores the…
 
The U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan raises important questions about the meaning of peacekeeping and peacebuilding in the 21st century. There is a panel discussion today (4:30 p.m. in Old Main 115 at USU and on Zoom) called “The Afghanistan Crisis: The Challenges of Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding.”By Tom Williams
 
Welcome to a special re-release of a great NMM episode from Season 1. We love celebrating people, and that’s exactly why we’re relaunching Kelli Jones’s Original episode, Big Stories Make Headlines. Well, Kelli is doing just that! Kelli was recently named one of the 2021 Women of Influence by the Indianapolis Business Journal! We figured there’s no…
 
Alice Early talks about The Moon Always Rising, a story that takes the reader on a journey from the Caribbean island of Nevis to the Highlands of Scotland. The novel is already a multiple-award winner, including overall winner in the 2020 National Indie Excellence and American Fiction Awards. It’s also unusual in that one of the main characters is …
 
Join us as our hosts Elisa and Darin are joined by our guest speakers Ian Campbell and Christina Macbean as they dive into the book a Church called Tov To find the book you can use this link: https://www.amazon.ca/Church-Called-Tov-Goodness-Promotes/dp/1496446003/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3UD3E9W3V4QBD&keywords=a+church+called+tov&qid=1636127035&sprefix=a+ch…
 
As the planet warms, winter is shrinking. In the last fifty years, the Northern Hemisphere lost a million square miles of spring snowpack and in the US alone, snow cover has been reduced by 15-30%. On average, winter has shrunk by a month in most northern latitudes. In his new book “The Last Winter,” journalist Porter Fox travels along the edge of …
 
After moving from publishing to marketing leadership in nonprofit associations, Anna stepped out on her own and founded Three Story Strategies, LLC where she focuses on two things: organizing information and telling great stories. Anna started her career in textbook publishing before moving into the nonprofit industry where she evolved alongside th…
 
Brooke Williams walked twice into Southern Utah’s Mary Jane Wilderness: at the beginning of the Trump presidency, and four-years later at its end. In Mary Jane Wild, Brooke Williams documents his experience in this magical place, his sense of what happened during the Trump presidency, why and its possible long-term effects. It is also his story of …
 
Two-time Pushcart prize nominee and winner of the Women’s National Book Association’s Effie Lee Morris Prize, Joan Gelfand introduces us to her novel, Extreme. Set in the pressure cooker environment of Silicon Valley startups, Extreme takes the reader inside the gamification of extreme sports. Find the books recommended, the author's social media l…
 
We’re going to learn from Vance Morris, who honed his perspective on business and approach to customer service during his days working for Disney. Vance started his career as part of the opening team for Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resort in Orlando before moving through the ranks in restaurant management, customer service, and resort leadership.…
 
Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive by Stephanie Land is a memoir where Land describes the traumatic experience of going from a confident college-bound dreamer to a depressed single mother, struggling to navigate poverty as she toils as a maid to polish other people's seemingly perfect lives. You can buy Maid: Hard Work, Low Pa…
 
On this episode of Booklist’s Shelf Care: The Podcast, host Susan Maguire talks to librarians Anna Mickelsen and Alene Moroni about best practices for weeding, and Audio Editor Heather Booth shares what she’s been reading and loving. Find the full show notes with links at booklistonline.com/shelf-careHere’s what we talked about:Anna and Alene’s wee…
 
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