We’re joined by Alexis Henderson for a fun conversation about her bewitching novel The Year of the Witching, being home schooled and her experience with Right-wing Christianity, her favorite witches of all time, The Phantom of the Opera, and struggling to remember which scenes ended up in the finished version of her book. We also recommend All the Broken People by Leah Konen and Warbreaker by Brandon Sanderson. Our audiobook of the week is Calibre by Ken Bruen read by Gerard Doyle. Plus – Dave can’t stop leaving home projects half finished, Laura starts a grease fire in a rental house, and Andrew has rattlesnakes in the backyard.
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In “Library Corner” Amy recommends books by Denver authors in honor of Black History Month. She recommends:Adrian Miller‘s Soul Food:The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine One Plate at a Time and The President’s Kitchen Cabinet. Carlotta Walls Lanier’s A Mighty Long Way. Also the romance novelist JD Mason, author of One Day I Saw a Black King.
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