Author Lauren Kate joins us for an entertaining chat about wearing masks in Venice, Italian food and her latest book The Orphan’s Song. We also recommend: Magic is for Liars by Sarah Gailey, The Serpent’s Orb by Guy Antibes and Into the Jungle by Erica Ferencik. Audiobook of the week is Drama City by George Pelecanos read by the smooth baritone of J.D. Jackson. YA book of the week is Without Annette by Jane B. Mason.
Author J.D. Barker joins us for a fantastic chat about stalking Stephen King, vampires and his latest book Dracul. We also recommend: The Summer Country by Lauren Willig, The Silver Ships by S.H. Jucha and Gravesend by William Boyle. Audiobook of the week is The Ruin by Dervla McTiernan read by the dazzling Aoife McMahon. YA book of the week is The Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead.
Author Louise Candlish joins us for a lively chat about Wimbledon, Metallica and, of course, her brilliant new book Those People. We also recommend: The Healer’s Daughter by Charlotte Hinger, Genesis by Lawrence P. White and Those People by Louise Candlish. Audiobook of the week is Our House by Louise Candlish read by Elizabeth Knowelden and Elliot Hill. YA Book of the week is Somewhere Only We Know by Maurene Goo.
Author M.C.A. Hogarth joins us for a fascinating talk about her books, art and interacting with readers. We also recommend: The Castle Mystery by Faith Martin, November Road by Lou Berney and Ship’s Log (The Alliance) by Lawrence P. White. Audiobook of the week is Instruments of Night by Thomas H. Cook read by the incomparable George Guidall.
Author Chris Sorensen joins us for a fascinating talk about his new book The Hungry Ones, writing plays in an iconic Western town, and climbing inside his “Whisper Room.” We also recommend: The Last by Hanna Jameson, Shockwave by Lindsay Buroker and My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing. Audiobook of the week is Blue Heaven by C.J. Box read by the memorable John Bedford Lloyd.