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What Should I Read Next? is the show for every reader who has ever finished a book and faced the problem of not knowing what to read next. Each week, Anne Bogel, of the blog Modern Mrs Darcy, interviews a reader about the books they love, the books they hate, and the books they're reading now. Then, she makes recommendations about what to read next. The real purpose of the show is to help YOU find your next read.
 
Join Flex and Herds as they take you on a Murder Mystery World Tour in Death of the Reader. From classic British puzzles in the Golden Age of Detective Fiction to the weirdest of foreign detective fiction, explore everything in the grizzly world of the 'locked room'. Each week we'll feature academics, authors and more as we trace the influences of the genre around the world.
 
Take your writing from average to awesome, and learn tools of the trade from bestselling authors, master writing teachers, and publishing industry insiders. This podcast will give you tools and techniques to help you get those words on the page and your stories out into the world. Past guests include: Delia Ephron, John Sandford, Steve Berry, Jojo Moyes, Tana French, Guy Kawasaki, and more.
 
Hi, friend! Welcome to Readers Digress, the podcast where we read nonfiction books so you don’t have to (unless you want to). We know, right? Finally! A podcast for both literature aficionados AND people who enjoy engaging conversations but don't want to get dirty looks from their co-worker Kassidy for showing up to the book club without finishing the book.. again. Join us, hosts Mollie Fox and Kate Kiriakou, as we use a nonfiction book as the springboard to discuss relevant themes and its r ...
 
Join Soul Astrologer, Shaman and Writer, Louise Edington, and her bestie, Success Astro-Numerologist, Akashic Reader & Healer, Speaker & Author, Jen Duchene as they explore the energies of the weirdly magical universe that we live in. Receive guidance regarding how to navigate the energies and change the way that you look at things.
 
Living Open is a podcast for mystics and seekers hosted by Philly-based witch, tarot reader, Reiki Master, and breathwork facilitator Eryn Johnson. Explore witchcraft, Reiki, healing, spirituality, ritual, magick, tarot, meditation, dismantling the patriarchy & white supremacy, intuition and more all to help you come back to your heart and who you really are.
 
A Tarot Card Reader and an Emotional Health Advisor. Sessions with me, add value and help discover ones true self by addressing various aspects of life - Career, Relationships, Finance, etc. You can connect with me on: https://www.facebook.com/groups/DivineTouch.Preeti/
 
Read It or List It is the podcast for the thoughtful, busy reader who needs to know: add to cart or save it for later? We will be taking a critical look into the books we read in all genres and in all mediums (audio, e-reader, and physical) to help you decide which books to read and when and to generate important conversations in the literary world.
 
So many books, so little time! Jim McKeown hosts this weekly review of fiction, poetry, non-fiction and biographies. Jim is a lifelong voracious reader who learned to read by the “rule of 50" - if he’s not engaged in the characters, the prose, or the plot by page 50, he puts in a book mark and returns it to the shelf. Likely Stories is a production of KWBU in Waco, Texas.
 
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We discuss Act 1 and the Policeman's Confession in Soji Shimada's The Tokyo Zodiac Murders. A series of gruesome murders all but destroys the Umezawa family in 1936, but the alleged culprit died before the crime took place. All that's left is Heikichi Umezawa's bizarre recipe for creating the perfect woman from the pieces of his daughters, and some…
 
For episode #100, we discuss Red Alert, by Peter George, and Fail-Safe, by Eugene Burdick and Harvey Wheeler, then talk about the adaptation of the former, Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, and the two adaptations of Fail-Safe, the 1964 film and the 2000 live teleplay. Rankings! Colin: Fail Safe (2000) Fail Safe …
 
Welcome back to Readers Digress, the podcast where we read nonfiction books so you don’t have to (unless you want to). Join us, hosts Mollie Fox and Kate Kiriakou, as we use a nonfiction book as the springboard to discuss relevant themes and their relation to current events, pop culture, and our personal experiences. This week we’re discussing Jon …
 
This interview was originally broadcast in September, 2019 . On the home front, Russia is a nation in turmoil. A flagging economy, shrinking population, with some rural areas that still don’t have running water. Yet Russia has emerged from the ashes of post-Soviet Communism as an international broker of mediation and disruption, lead by President V…
 
In this episode 187, we visit with Kristen Rademacher, author of From the Lake House: A Mother’s Odyssey of Loss and Love, a memoir of resilience and hope in the face of a devastating loss. This achingly honest memoir explores issues of grief and identity as a woman gives up her dream of motherhood, and leaving an old life behind to forge something…
 
From the internationally bestselling author of Sarah's Key comes Tatiana de Rosnay's Flowers of Darkness, a riveting and emotionally intense novel, set in a near future Paris, where a woman confronts past betrayal and present mysteryAuthor Clarissa Katsef is struggling to write her next book. She’s just snagged a brand new artist residency in an ul…
 
Stella Bixby is a native Coloradan who loves to snowboard, pluck at the guitar, and play board games with her family. She was once a volunteer firefighter and a park ranger, but now spends most of her time making up stories and trying to figure out what to cook for dinner. Her newest release, Bungled, will be out on March 30thm but you can pre-orde…
 
Everything you've heard about Film School Professionals is true. Clover is actually the voice of the Millenium Falcon. Professors Malu and Katie welcome an exceptionally boring and very obnoxious guest who won't stop farting: their producer Gabe Mara of the Slow Readers podcast! Gabe swags in like he owns the place, demanding your two intrepid inst…
 
The open source world is not much different than the commercial world in terms of building marketectures rather than useable software—largely because open source projects still rely on sources of funding and material support to build and maintain a product. Many times, however, the focus on these marketectures get in the way of real work. Join Tom …
 
Welcome to the First Casual Comic Reader Podcast episode where we will be discussing how to get started with collecting comics, AND how to help others get started. We will take a look at our show's format and discuss what to expect from future episodes. Ink on Paper! (news) - starting the podcast and structure for the show The Pull List (reviews) -…
 
Hi friend! Welcome to Readers Digress, the podcast where we read nonfiction books so you don’t have to (unless you want to). We know, right? Finally! A book club for literature aficionados AND busy people who enjoy engaging conversations but don't want to get dirty looks from their co-worker Kassidy for showing up to the book club without finishing…
 
Welcome to Readers Digress, the podcast where we read nonfiction books so you don’t have to (unless you want to). Join us, hosts Mollie Fox and Kate Kiriakou, as we use a nonfiction book as the springboard to discuss relevant themes and their relation to current events, pop culture, and our personal experiences. Our first two episodes dissect Jesus…
 
This interview was originally broadcast in September, 2019 . On the home front, Russia is a nation in turmoil. A flagging economy, shrinking population, with some rural areas that still don’t have running water. Yet Russia has emerged from the ashes of post-Soviet Communism as an international broker of mediation and disruption, lead by President V…
 
Jen and Lou rap about the magical, loved up, deeply yin and creative Pisces New Moon coming up on Mar 13th. Ready to create more love in your life starting with loving on yourself? Then listen up to this!By Louise Edington
 
The Idaho Legislature is ramping up as bills begin getting approved by both chambers. Higher education budgets are on the docket next week at the statehouse, a discussion over vouchers for private schools continues and a Republican lawmaker is pushing for driver privledges for undocumented immigrants. Idaho Matters gets the rundown on these topics …
 
Lake Coeur d’Alene has well-documented water quality issues after decades of mining in the region. Millions of tons of metal sediments lie at the bottom of the lake. Scientists say there are declining oxygen levels and that could force the metals to rise and contaminate the rest of the water.By Rachel Cohen
 
The latest COVID package is expected to pass the U.S. House, but with one omission. The proposed increase to the federal minimum wage was removed from the package and will possibly be put forth as a separate bill. 12th District Representative Debbie Dingell discusses her support for an increase to $15 per hour. Dingell also discusses U.S. House pas…
 
Iain Dale talks to Suzanne Heywood about her book WHAT DOES JEREMY THINK? The book is a biography of her husband, Jeremy Heywood. He was at the centre of government for more than 25 years, playing a central role advising every Prime Minister from Tony Blair to Theresa May. He rose to be Cabinet Secretary but at the height of the Brexit negotiations…
 
Even though most in-person musical performances have been paused during the coronavirus pandemic, many local musicians are still staying busy. Lisa Barry talks with Ann Arbor percussionist Pete Siers , who has found joy from performing in his neighborhood park to co-creating with other local musicians and planning more musical performances once the…
 
Many renters in Idaho are facing a challenging financial future, after a devastating year . While businesses shed jobs and cut hours as the government struggled to get safety net systems in place, these folks faced tough questions. Questions like “what’s more important to spend my limited money on: my rent, my utility bill or groceries?”…
 
In the late 19th Century, George Jewett came to the University of Michigan to play football. He would later continues his playing career at Northwestern University. It wasn't long before he cemented his place in academic and athletic history, and now, there will be a new trophy named in his honor. David Fair speaks to Jewett's great-grandson, WEMU …
 
I’m Jim McKeown , welcome to Likely Stories, a weekly review of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. Ross Gay is a poet and the winner of the 2015 National Book Critics Circle Award among several other prizes. The Book of Delights is funny, thought-provoking, and worthy of slow reading to catch all the minor—and major—attempts at strange and peculiar …
 
On this week's episode of MasterMind Podcast, Chris and Malia are sitting down with Sydney Anderson, founder of Anderson Sports and Brand Management to discuss how she went from working a 9-5 to building her own sports agency. Plus, the "What's on your timeline" topic is real this week and we want to hear your thoughts: "I think some men be jealous…
 
Land of Big numbers is ten short stories and as you know I love short stories.The characters are from China and their stories may not be happy or necessarily fulfilling ones but they vibrate with a meaning that is uplifting in an unusual kind of way. People striving, people, hoping, people on their way to somewhere.They may not get there but they h…
 
Land of Big numbers is ten short stories and as you know I love short stories.The characters are from China and their stories may not be happy or necessarily fulfilling ones but they vibrate with a meaning that is uplifting in an unusual kind of way. People striving, people, hoping, people on their way to somewhere.They may not get there but they h…
 
The State of Idaho announced a proof of residency requirement for folks who are eligible for the vaccine, more than 500,000 Americans have died from COVID-19, variants first identified in South Africa and the U.K. have now been confirmed in Idaho, and the FDA is preparing to authorize the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine. We cover all these to…
 
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