Category Archives: Episode

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!

Turn The Page – Episode 96c

Episode 96 – Part Three – Alexis Henderson

Alexis Henderson stops in to talk about The Year of the Witching, her debut novel which blends dark occult fantasy with a refreshing feminist tale of empowerment. Alexis will be joining us on zoom for a drink and a chat on October 29.

Turn The Page – Episode 96b

Episode 96 – Part Two – Samantha Downing

Samantha Downing discusses her fun twisty books which will keep your heart pumping from cover to cover from a murderous suburban couple to a trip of cutthroat adult siblings! Sam will be joining us on zoom for a drink and a chat on July 29!

Turn The Page – Episode 96a

Episode 96 – Part One – Grady Hendrix

Author of horror Grady Hendrix chats with us about his latest book A Southern Book Club Guide’s to Slaying Vampires! Grady will be visiting us via zoom on July 21, so be sure to check out this pod before “meeting” him.

Turn The Page – Episode 95

Episode Ninety Five – Part 2: The Fall of Freedomland

Did you know that New York once had a Disneyland scale amusement park in THE BRONX? It’s true! But why did Freedomland U.S.A. only last five seasons? And when did its location become Co-op city? Join Mike Virgintino, Freedomland expert and Syosset Resident in the second part of this series of episodes celebrating the 60 year anniversary of the opening of Freedomland U.S.A..

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Special Episode – Gastro Obscura

We are joined by Annie Ewbank of Gastro Obscura — a foodie centric offshoot of Atlas Obscura. Annie chats with us about food experiences, strange eats, and how the pandemic has shifted the landscape of food tourism.

Turn The Page – Episode 94

Episode Ninety Four – Freedomland U.S.A. Part 1 – The Creation and Celebration

Did you know that New York once had a Disneyland scale amusement park in THE BRONX? It’s true! conceived by one of Disney’s closest colleagues (until they parted ways) Freedomland U.S.A. opened on June 19, 1960 — but it only lasted five seasons. Syosset Resident and Freedomland expert Mike Virgintino joins us for Part 1 of two episodes celebrating this lesser known part of NYC history.

Turn The Page – Episode 93

Episode Ninety Three – Julia Whelan

From child actor to prolific audiobook narrator to AUTHOR! Julia Whelan has done it all — and she is here to tell us all about it!

Turn The Page – Episode 92

Episode Ninety Two – Women Spies

Linda Maria Frank, author of the Annie Tillery series joins us once again to discuss women who have risked it all to become spies! From the Revolutionary War, to BOTH World Wars! Some names will be new, but others will surprise you (Julia Child was a SPY?).