Monthly Archives: November 2020

Turn The Page – Episode 117b



One hundred and seventeen – Part two

Sarah High of Bookshop.org is BACK to chat the company’s expansion into the UK, and her favorite independent bookstores to get a hot chocolate!


Turn The Page – Episode 117a



One hundred and seventeen – Part one

Anthony Del Col is the author of Kill Shakespeare, The Death of Nancy Drew, and many other en devours. He zooms in to talk about his work in Graphic Novels, working in the realm of Shakespeare and how Hamlet is the original emo.


Turn The Page – Episode 116



One hundred and sixteen

We are THRILLED to join Sarah Marshall, co-host of You’re Wrong About Podcast to discuss taking deep dives into sensational histories that we thought we understood, and debunking conspiracy theories.


Turn The Page – Episode 115a



One hundred and fifteen – Part one

C.J. Cooke takes us on a wild ride in The Nesting, the story of Lexi, a young woman who poses as someone else in order to take an aupair job in Norway. Lexi’s own personal trauma has to take a backseat to the needs of her charges, two girls who have tragically lost their mother — and the secrets that haunt the very land that they call home.


Turn The Page – Episode 115b



One hundred and fifteen – Part two

Episode 115 B: True Story is a mind bending story that melds a #MeToo story with a decades long story of friendship. Kate Reed Petty joins us to talk about personal narratives, toxic masculinity, and blending genres in her unforgettable novel.


Turn The Page – Episode 115c



One hundred and fifteen – Part three

Debut author Susie Yang stops by to chat with Evelyn and Donna about how White Ivy came to be! Susie chats identity, writing, and reading — as well as what it was like to be called upon to have her book as a “Read with Jenna ” pick.


Turn The Page – Episode 114c



One hundred and fourteen – Part three

Welcome Beth Harbison! Author of The Cookbook Club and MANY other books (including some romance under a pseudonym) Beth chats with us about food, drinks, and the possible lasting effects of social awkwardness caused by Covid-19.


Turn The Page – Episode 114b



One hundred and fourteen – Part two

Wendy Holden joins us from across the pond to tell us all about her novel of “The Royal Governess”, the story of Marion Crawford (“Crawfie”) Governess to young Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret. While Crawfie’s story has long been buried, her influences on the young princesses has surely lasted in the care she took to show them life beyond their sheltered world.


Turn The Page – Episode 114a



One hundred and fourteen – Part one

Meryl Ain may have begun her career in the Syosset School District, but now she graces us with her presence under the new heading of “Published Author”! Listen to Meryl talk about “The Takeaway Men” a post Holocaust novel which explores the nuances of adjusting to American life in the shadows of atrocities past and anxieties of the future.