Turn The Page – Episode 198c

Episode one ninety eight – part three

Ann Leary zoomed in to chat about THE FOUNDLING, a historical fiction novel set at an “Asylum for Feebleminded Women” — a real shap shot of a shameful time in American history when eugenics was considered the law of the land.

Turn The Page – Episode 198d

Episode one ninety eight – part four

Meghan welcomes Newbery Award winning author Tae Keller to chat about her most recent middle grade novel JENNIFER CHAN IS NOT ALONE. Keller’s newest novel finds its protagonist dealing with alienation from her friends, while she wonders if we are alone in the universe.

Turn The Page – Episode 198a

Episode one ninety eight – part one

Once again, Carola Lovering gets us deep into the mind of three characters and forgotten love in her new romantic thriller CAN’T LOOK AWAY. Also discussed, how to pick a fight with a Long Islander and the upcoming adaptation of Carola’s first debut novel TELL ME LIES.

Turn The Page – Episode 198b

Episode one ninety eight – part two

Evelyn had the good fortune to chat with Carley Fortune, author of EVERY SUMMER AFTER, a book about friendship, bygone love, and mistakes.

Turn The Page – Episode 197d

Episode one ninety seven – part four

Bestselling Author Jeffrey Archer joins Turn the Page to discuss his writing career, what makes a good writer versus a good storyteller.

Turn The Page – Episode 197b

Episode one ninety seven – part two

JM Miro joins us to discuss ORDINARY MONSTERS, the first in a gaslamp historical fantasy, rich with unforgettable protagonists and villains.

Turn The Page – Episode 197c

Episode one ninety seven – part three

A toxic friendship underlines this psychological thriller which finds Michele returning to her home in Florida where her guilt has haunted her for decades.

Fun Stuff

Turn The Page – Episode 196a

Episode one ninety six – part one

Jenn sat down with Nicola Griffith to discuss her new book, SPEAR, a queer retelling of the Perceval story from Arthurian legend. They discussed the attraction of the Middle Ages as a setting for fiction, different versions of the Arthurian stories, and writing queer joy.