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Jumpstart your Amazon bookselling business. Join us biweekly, as we answer listener questions, cover all the important concepts you will need to understand when starting your Amazon bookselling Journey
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Poured Over

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Poured Over is a show for readers who pore over details, obsess over sentences and ideas and stories and characters; readers who ask a lot of questions, just like Poured Over’s host, Miwa Messer, a career bookseller who’s always reading. Follow us here for surprising riffs, candid conversations, a few laughs, and lots of great book recommendations from big name authors and authors on their way to being big names. New episodes land Tuesdays and Thursdays (with occasional bonus episodes on Sat ...
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Perspectives and reflections on the writing and publishing life. Mark Leslie Lefebvre, a writer, bookseller, digital publishing advocate, professional speaker, and publishing consultant explores inclusive and collaborative opportunities for writers and book publishing professionals via interviews, discussions, and reflections about the industry. (Mark's personal website is www.markleslie.ca)
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THE BIBLIO FILE is a podcast about "the book," and an inquiry into the wider world of book culture. Hosted by Nigel Beale it features wide ranging, long-form conversations with authors, poets, book publishers, booksellers, book editors, book collectors, book makers, book scholars, book critics, book designers, book publicists, literary agents and many others inside the book trade and out - from writer to reader.
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3 Books With Neil Pasricha

Neil Pasricha: Bestselling Author

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3 Books is a completely insane and totally epic 22-year-long quest to uncover and discuss the 1000 most formative books in the world. Each chapter discusses the 3 most formative books of one of the world's most inspiring people. Sample guests include: Brené Brown, David Sedaris, Malcolm Gladwell, Roxane Gay, Cheryl Strayed, Rich Roll, Soyoung the Variety Store Owner, Derek the Hype Man, Kevin the Bookseller, Shirley The Nurse, Vishwas the Uber Driver, Angie Thomas, David Mitchell, Surgeon Ge ...
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"Inside Independent Publishing (with IBPA)" wants to make you a smarter publisher by giving you access to powerful ideas, strategies, and tools for success. Our interview guests are independent publishers, author publishers, and hybrid publishers, as well as distributors, printers, reviewers, booksellers, marketers, visionaries, and opinion leaders from all sectors of the book publishing industry. We are sponsored and supported by the Independent Book Publishers Association, the largest book ...
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The Bookseller Podcast is a monthly books podcast hosted by acclaimed author Cathy Rentzenbrink. Every month, avid readers can listen to an author interview, discover new releases, meet an independent bookseller and get the latest book recommendations from the experts. With previously interviewed authors including Lee Child, Sarah Perry, David Nicholls and Bernardine Evaristo, you won't want to miss out. Whether you’re commuting, listening at work, or relaxing at home, take The Bookseller Po ...
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The B&N Podcast

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We're no longer producing new episodes of this show, but you can find us now at Poured Over on Apple Podcasts. Every author has a story beyond the one that they put down on paper. The Barnes & Noble Podcast goes between the lines with today's most interesting writers, exploring what inspires them, what confounds them, and what they were thinking when they wrote the books we’re talking about.
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A place to share stories about the reading life and good books. Join host Beth Jamieson as she meanders through her reading journey to discover the books that make up a well read life.
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BookRiot.com co-founder Jeff O'Neal explores the wide bookish world. Interviews, lists, rankings, retrospectives, recommendations, and much more, featuring people who know and love books.
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The Earful Tower is a weekly podcast all about Paris, hosted by Australian expat Oliver Gee. With a huge variety of guests - from cooks and comedians to TV hosts and tour guides - this show will transport you to the City of Lights and make you feel like you've met the characters that make it shine.
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Explore the stories behind the young adult books you love with the B&N YA Podcast. Join host Melissa Albert, editor of the B&N Teen Blog and bestselling author of The Hazel Wood, as she sits down with fellow YA authors to talk about books, life, their teen years, their pop cultural obsessions, and how they came up with the stories that keep us up at night. Subscribe to listen in on fascinating new conversations every other week.
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The new London Book Fair FREE podcasts include views from key figures within the industry and interviews with the three authors taking part in the LBF Author of the Day programme. The podcasts will include a mix of both audio and video episodes. The London Book Fair is held on the 14-16 April 2008, at Earls Court, London. Find out more at www.londonbookfair.co.uk
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Welcome to "The Next Amazon Top Seller” podcast! With this podcast, we want to deliver a no-nonsense, comprehensive overview of all the stages of selling on Amazon. We will go through some of the challenges and provide suggestions for resellers in regards to sourcing, pricing, and FBA specific issues. We will also look into the world of Private Label sellers, how to properly research for new products to sell, and how to optimize your listings for a successful launch. If you would like to sta ...
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What Page Are You On?

What Page Are You On?

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Prolific readers Alice Slater and Bethany Rutter take a literary theme, from ghost stories to crime to fat women, and chat about it for the next 40 minutes. Follow us on Twitter @WhatPagePod (https://twitter.com/WhatPagePod)
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The Make Books Travel podcast offers a behind-the-scenes look at the international publishing scene. Literary agent Marleen Seegers interviews the industry's key players, who all have one thing in common: they make books travel, for instance from one language to another, from manuscript to published book, or from page to screen. Find out how and why they do what they do, and so much more!
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Publishing Insight

Flavia Marcocci

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An interview podcast about working in publishing, featuring professionals across a wide array of roles, in both junior and senior positions, from independent and corporate publishers, in academic and trade, as well as literary agents and founders of innovative start-ups. They tell us about their career path, the latest trends in the book industry, and they give advice for jobseekers and book recommendations for all of us book lovers. Cover portrait by Ellie Beadle. Website: www.publishing-in ...
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Is marketing essential to the success of a book? How much money do authors actually make? Is audio the next big opportunity for writers? How are Book NFTs and Writing AI changing the world?Bound presents ‘The Book People’, a pathbreaking podcast and video series that demystifies the Indian publishing industry. Writer and editor Aishwarya Javalgekar chats with content professionals, industry insiders and disruptors to bust myths and uncover the biggest opportunities and challenges for writers ...
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Everybody Hates Self-Publishing explores the good, the bad and the ugly of creating and producing your own work. Self-published authors will find advice on writing, book marketing and getting your book in bookstores. Aspiring writers will learn about being an indie publisher: Being an entrepreneur, creating your own DIY publishing house and thriving as an indie publisher means connecting with readers, booksellers and librarians and competing in a market that favors traditional publishing. Ho ...
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We address a questions from a seller, Do books with Highlighting sell? Get Unlimited Email support for starting your business visit https://kingsridgemedia.com/booksellersupport/ Need Inventory? Check out one of a kind inventory sourcing method for any book seller. Visit https://kingsridgemedia.com/krm-wholesale/ for more info Need more inventory? …
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There's a lot of talk right now about the iconic booksellers by the Seine, aka the bouquinistes. In recent months, the Paris Town Hall officials threatened to remove the stalls to make way for the Olympic Games, but President Macron overturned the decision this week. The book stalls are here to stay. I figured many Earful Tower listeners might want…
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🎧 Welcome back, Amazon sellers, to another exciting episode of our podcast. Today our special guest is Romer the Roamer, founder of Go2Lister and restrictedinventory.com. He is also one of the hosts of the Miami Sellers Conference. Romer started thrifting books to sell while he was traveling the US and living in his car and has now hit 7-figures mu…
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Buying property in Paris (and France, in general) isn't easy. Aside from the dreaded French admin, there is a whole world of traps and tricks to consider. Omissions in the property listing, negotiating prices, and why you shouldn't share a notary with the seller.... This week, lawyer and buyer's agent Christine Bacoup-Tidas explains some of the key…
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Join hosts JD Barker, Christine Daigle, Jena Brown and Kevin Tumlinson as they discuss the week's entertainment news, including science fiction authors being excluded from the Hugo Awards for fear of offending China, how romance bookstores took over America, and OpenAI Sora. Then, stick around as Christine chats with author Gregg Hurwitz! Gregg Hur…
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Jeff and Rebecca talk about LeVar Burton's book deal, opening up the National Book Awards, book banning news, and why no one should think this is the forever home for Simon & Schuster. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify. For more industry news, sign up for our Today in Books daily newsletter! 2024 is the tenth year of the…
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It’s Oscar season! I was so thrilled to see ‘Past Lives’, the astounding slow-moving-yet-somehow-fast-paced debut film from Celine Song nominated for Best Picture. Best Picture! On her very first film. Oh, and no biggie, Best Screenplay, too. This following a slew of other noms like 5 Golden Globes, 3 Critics Choice Awards, 3 BAFTAs, and a recent D…
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Two historical novels with elements of fantasy and folklore will bring readers from the battlefields of World War One to the last years of the Qing Dynasty in China. Katherine Arden’s The Warm Hands of Ghosts shows the terrors of war and the unsettling and fantastical things that can appear in its shadow. Arden joins us to talk about her extensive …
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🎧 Welcome back, Amazon sellers, to another exciting episode of our podcast. Today our special guests Alex and Jennie, are Vietnamese sellers and Amazon coaches based in the US. They run a group of over 44k Vietnamese sellers and teach their community all the ins and outs of selling on Amazon. Join us as we learn how Alex and Jennie got started sell…
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Mark interviews Amanda Byrd about her writing, direct sales, and the new platform she has launched called AuthorsGoDirect. Prior to the interview, Mark reads comments from recent episodes, welcomes new patrons Rob Johnson, Jennifer Brinn, and Rasana Atreya and then shares a word about this episode's sponsor. This episode is sponsored by ScribeCount…
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“I describe this as a love story steeped in loss.” How We Named the Stars by Andrés N. Ordorica is a heartbreaking yet hopeful debut novel of first love, first loss and how we become ourselves. Ordorica joined us live at B&N Upper West Side to talk about growing into your identity, writing community legacy, his literary influences and more with gue…
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We are re-running an episode from our short-run podcast series Adaptation Nation on Dune, covering Frank Herbert's novel and what turned out to be part one of Denis Villaneueve's adaptation. Amanda Nelson and Jenn Northington joined Jeff for this deep dive. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify. For more industry news, sign …
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Jeff and Rebecca dive into general questions from listeners and offer personalized recommendations, including whether any F. Scott Fitzgerald books are worth reading and what's the deal with Huck Finn? Join us on Patreon for access to early, ad-free listening and bonus content: https://www.patreon.com/bookriotpodcast Learn more about your ad choice…
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“To have freedom you have to give something up, to have love — to experience love as an action — there has to be something that you're willing to sacrifice…” Ours is the epic and lyrical debut novel by poet Phillip B. Williams, featuring unforgettable characters woven together with folklore and humanity’s search for freedom. Williams joined us to t…
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Join hosts JD Barker, Christine Daigle, Jena Brown and Kevin Tumlinson as they discuss the week's entertainment news, including Simon & Schuster being bought by a private equity firm, Open AI book lawsuits, and how a judge's ruling is impacting AI companies. Then, stick around as Christine chats with author Katherine Arden! Katherine Arden is the N…
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Jeff and Rebecca discuss some good listener feedback on coincidences before running through a bunch of adaptation news and then talking about recent media consumption. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify. For more industry news, sign up for our Today in Books daily newsletter! 2024 is the tenth year of the Read Harder Chal…
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“The peril actually comes from us — our prejudice, our biases, and our conceived threats, not from artificial intelligence, so we need to reconsider what is human and how we're treating other human beings…” Unsettling and chilling, Bora Chung’s Your Utopia is a story collection featuring robot vehicles, sentient elevators and futures both hopeful a…
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Pages are pulled from Chapters of 3 Books. Page 83 comes from Chapter 8 with Sarah Andersen, author of 'Sarah's Scribbles'. To listen to the full chapter: https://www.3books.co/chapters/8 To get the 3 Books email: http://www.3books.co/3mail To join our community: Follow @neilpasricha on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, & YouTube…
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Mark interviews John Chrastka, the executive director of EveryLibrary, the first nationwide political action committee for libraries, and the EveryLibrary Institute, a nonprofit research and training organization focused on the future of library funding. Prior to the interview, Mark shares a personal update, reads comments from recent episodes, and…
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“You can write all the books you want — they are going to be very pretty, but if they don't tell the truth, comprehensively, it's just not worth the effort.” Lucy Sante’s memoir, I Heard Her Call My Name: A Memoir of Transition, is deeply personal and features expertly crafted prose that tells the author’s journey to authenticity and freedom in her…
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🎧 Welcome back, Amazon sellers, to another exciting episode of our podcast. Today our special guest Justin Herth is an Amazon seller and long-term BQool user. Selling for more than 12 years, join us as Justin shares why he started selling on Amazon and the reason he prefers to do 100% retail arbitrage over other business models. This episode will g…
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Vanessa Diaz joins Rebecca for a conversation about the best movies adapted from romances and love stories, the ones that are due for a remake, and a few creative takes on what a love story even is. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify. For more industry news, sign up for our Today in Books daily newsletter! 2024 is the ten…
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BABEL by R.F. Kuang BIRNAM WOOD by Eleanor Catton This week the boys are joined by none other than composer extraordinaire (and Andrew's wife) Gillian Beth Durkee to discuss books, life, and New Zealand! First, Toby gives his verdict on BookTok sensation BABEL by R.F. Kuang. Then it's a group discussion of Eleanor Catton's eco-thriller BIRNAM WOOD …
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“If you write about a person, you're writing about that person because they're special.” The Book of Love by Kelly Link combines fantastical elements, varieties of love and a supernatural bargain — all set in a picturesque seaside town. Link joins us to talk about what led her from short stories to her first novel, how she created her magic system,…
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Chef David Lebovitz is back on the show to talk about the Aligre Market (le marché d'Aligre) in the 12th arrondissement of Paris. Follow David here for his newsletter on Substack. Music in this episode is from Pres Maxson. *********** The Earful Tower exists thanks to support from its Patreon members. From $10 a month you can unlock almost endless …
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Join hosts Christine Daigle, Jena Brown and Kevin Tumlinson as they discuss the week's entertainment news, including the Corporate Transparency Act, Spotify paying audio book publishers tens of millions in royalties, and Soho Press's Horror Imprint, Hell's Hundred. Then, stick around as Christine chats with author Joanna Goodman! Joanna Goodman is …
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Pages are pulled from Chapters of 3 Books. Page 82 comes from Chapter 8 with Sarah Andersen, author of 'Sarah's Scribbles'. To listen to the full chapter: https://www.3books.co/chapters/8 To get the 3 Books email: http://www.3books.co/3mail To join our community: Follow @neilpasricha on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, & YouTube…
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A solo episode where Mark shares an excerpt from four elements from his book PUBLISHING PITFALLS FOR AUTHORS. PAST PATRIARCHY PAUSE PAYING The main content (those four points) are read by Mark's AI voice via Eleven Labs. Links of Interest: EP 246 - Four of The Pitfalls of Publishing An Author's Guide to Working With Bookstores and Libraries Smashwo…
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“I am of the mind that a novel should not leave you with a thesis … I think a novel should reflect the deep parts of human behavior in such an accurate way that a wormhole forms…” With themes of race and class in a college town, Kiley Reid’s Come and Get It balances characters you can’t get enough of with a nonstop plot. Reid joins us to talk about…
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Trisha Brown and Jess Pryde, hosts of When in Romance, join Jeff to talk about what's going on in the world of romance: what's changed over the last ten years (and what hasn't), what the state of romance is today, where it's going, and a recommendation or two as well. This was fun. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify. For …
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🎧 In today's episode we go over some of the top products trends we suggest sourcing during 2024. From products trending on social media to new family essentials, we cover a lot of bases in our list! Join us as we go over our top picks to keep an eye out for and gain some inspiration for new products you can source. Check it out! ✍️ Original blog pi…
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In this episode we discuss building your business with happiness in mind Get Unlimited Email support for starting your business visit https://kingsridgemedia.com/booksellersupport/ Need Inventory? Check out one of a kind inventory sourcing method for any book seller. Visit https://kingsridgemedia.com/krm-wholesale/ for more info Need more inventory…
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John Sargent was too young to fight in WW ll but he spent years battling Amazon and Google in the trenches on behalf of publishers and authors, protecting copyright and defending book prices. John grew up on a cattle ranch in Wyoming. Over forty years he worked at six publishing companies, including Simon & Schuster where he was the publisher of th…
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“I'm interested in the limitations of the mind — like that your brain really does only go down so many paths, and then there's a million paths that for some reason, it never goes down…” Sheila Heti’s Alphabetical Diaries is a memoir in a form all its own. Told in order, sentence by sentence from A to Z, to tell a story of identity and change in a l…
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Today's discussion includes chats on all of the following: Not The End of the World - Hannah Ritchie The Dictionary of Lost Words - Pip Williams The Book of Beginnings - Sally Page This Could Be Everything - Eva Rice Winter Garden - Kristen Hannah Piglet - Lottie Hazell All Girls - Emily Layden The Last House on Needless Street - Catriona Ward All …
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Author Samuel Lopez-Barrantes is on the show talking about being a writer in Paris. Perhaps it's not as romantic and lovely as it might sound. Or perhaps it is! Sam has just published his new book, The Requisitions, which you can find here. Follow Sam on Substack here for his page "If Not, Paris" which offers "fiction, essays & music from Paris". M…
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Join hosts J.D. Barker and Kevin Tumlinson as they discuss the week's entertainment news, including more advances in Chat GPT and the rollout of Author Nation. Then, stick around as JP chats with thriller author Nick Petrie! Nick Petrie received his MFA in fiction from the University of Washington. His first novel, The Drifter, won the ITW Thriller…
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Jeff and Rebecca take a moment to mark the death of N. Scott Momaday, do a post-mortem on the Argylle 'intrigue," pitch a movie based on a secret banned bookshelf in Houston, and more. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify. For more industry news, sign up for our Today in Books daily newsletter! 2024 is the tenth year of the…
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“I feel like these poems tell stories in and of themselves. And perhaps as an entire collection, they tell a greater story. … We're human beings — people laugh, love, hope, dream, dance, smile, live, die, just like everybody else. And Black people need to be reminded of that, and everybody else needs to be reminded of that.” This Is the Honey is th…
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Mark interviews Josh Cook, Josh Cook, an author, bookseller and the co-owner at Porter Square Books in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he has worked since 2004 about his writing, his book The Art of Libromancy and his life as a reader and writer. Prior to the interview, Mark reads comments from recent episodes, welcomes new patron Jennifer Brinn, t…
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What can we do when our storybook romance ends? Good Material lets us laugh our way through the thick of heartbreak with sharp wit, the warmth of friendships and all too relatable moments from the throes of a breakup. Alderton joins us to talk about writing from the male perspective, the things we all do when our hearts get broken, the unspoken gri…
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After a ho-hum January slate of new releases, Jeff and Rebecca are back to working their way through a much stronger slate of It Book candidates. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify. For more industry news, sign up for our Today in Books daily newsletter! 2024 is the tenth year of the Read Harder Challenge! Join us as we m…
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