Monthly Archives: July 2020

Turn The Page – Episode 100



Episode One Hundred – 100 Adventures in Microfiche with JUDD APATOW

From the Syosset Public Library and Judd Apatow Comedy Research Center!

Syosset Superstar Alumni Judd Apatow zooms in from Sunny LA to talk Microfiche, Freaks and
Geeks, and Favorite Syosset Teachers!


Turn The Page – Episode 99a



Episode Ninety Nine – Part 1 – Jennifer Steil

Author Jennifer Steil comes to us from across the pond to discuss Exile Music the story of Orly, a girl from Vienna whose musical family must flee Vienna for the mountains of Bolivia during World War II. Jennifer talks about writing, the beauty of living in other countries, and much more.


Turn The Page – Episode 99b



Episode Ninety Nine – Part 2 – Ariel Lawhon

Author Ariel Lawhon discusses Code Name Helene, her thrilling historical novel based on a real female spy during WWII. Ariel also discusses her writing process and how she began her career while juggling become the mother of four boys within five years!


Turn The Page – Episode 99c



Episode Ninety Nine – Part 3 – Chris Bohjalian

Best selling phenomenon Chris Bohjalian discusses his latest book The Red Lotus … a book about a pandemic released during a pandemic.


Turn The Page – Episode 98b



Episode Ninety Eight – Part 2

Ryan Estrada stops by to talk to us about his work adapting some of Charles Dickens not so classic (see: terrible) sequels to A Christmas Carol AND about Banned Book Club — a graphic novel co-written with his wife Hyun Sook Kim.


Turn The Page – Episode 98c



Episode Ninety Eight – Part 3

Tyler Feder discusses Dancing at the Pity party, a heartfelt graphic novel she wrote about losing her mom to cancer at a young age, the relationship between a good  laugh and a good cry — and the complicated relationship we all have with death.


Turn The Page – Episode 97a



Episode 97 – Part One – Katherine Center

Author Katherine Center chats with us about fan fiction, feel good books, and what it was like to be on the set of a movie based on her book The Lost Husband starring Josh Duhamel. SWOON!


Turn The Page – Episode 97b



Episode 97 – Part Two – Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke

Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke discuss being childhood friends and writing partners, and their novel How to Save a Life, a romantic take on the Groundhog’s Day scenario which will take your breath away.


Turn The Page – Episode 97c



Episode 97 – Part Three – Kristan Higgins

Kristan Higgins tells us about her newest book Always the Last To Know — a book about a
mother and two daughters who find their lives transformed when a family medical emergency
coincides with the discovery of an infidelity!