Check out these librarian-hosted podcasts and get the inside scoop on the authors that you know and love!
On today’s episode, Jill is joined by comedy-horror author Grady Hendrix to discuss his new book THE FINAL GIRL SUPPORT GROUP.
Jill from Overdrive is joined by the hilarious Helen Ellis to discuss her new book BRING YOUR BAGGAGE AND DON’T PACK LIGHT. They discuss long-term friendships, growing older, and keeping busy.
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A podcast from the librarians at Syosset Library.
SURVIVE THE NIGHT brings us back to the early 90’s where Charlie, a guilt ridden film theory student gets into a car with a stranger for a ride home from college. The night ahead takes some very surprising turns that will leave Sager’s fans wondering what awaits at the next stop.
Jessica Chiarella author of LOST GIRLS joined the Turn the Page podcast to talk about how her thriller utilizes the current boom in True Crime podcasts and the emotional impact of missing persons within the family of the victim. Faces on the Milk Carton did come up in conversation as did the appeal of characters who make very questionable choices.
Steve chats with Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray, authors of THE PERSONAL LIBRARIAN, about their early childhood experiences in libraries, why they found Belle da Costa Greene’s story so compelling and relevant to our modern times, and why they’re writing soulmates.
Steve chats with Imbolo Mbue, author of HOW BEAUTIFUL WE WERE and Behold the Dreamers, about how a library display helped inspire her to start writing, the characters and themes she tackles in her work, writing as catharsis, and what it’s like to get a phone call from Oprah.
For this episode, we talk about his latest publication, ALL TOGETHER NOW. Please feel free to sing right along with that title! So grab your beach towels, unfold your picnic blankets and check this one out! This novel of friendship will kick off your summer reading perfectly!