Sarah interviews Rebekah Weatherspoon about writing across multiple genres, starting out in fanfic, reader responses, working in television, and the challenges facing writers of color. We also talk about Rebekah’s latest books, including a May-December novella, and a trilogy about personal trainers in LA.
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Sarah chats with bestselling author Kristan Higgins about having success and not taking it for granted, deciding to write romance, sibling relationships and dog relationships in romance, and about being the kind of person who tells herself stories all the time. Plus, we find out what books she’s reading and
Over the summer, RedHeadedGirl, Elyse and I recorded an episode all about the American Midwest, inspired by an email from Kendal. I had some audio editing troubles which I think I’ve been able to fix, so let’s talk Midwest love, shall we? Topics covered include hot dish, the state fair,
At the 2015 NINC conference, librarian Alene Moroni and her partner in library badassery Brenna Shanks presented a workshop about libraries. I heard from some of the people who attended that it was terrific, so I asked Alene if she’d be willing to talk about it on the podcast. We
Juliette Wells is an associate professor and chair of the English department at Goucher University in Maryland. She’s a scholar of Jane Austen, and the editor of the 200th anniversary annotated edition of Emma, published late last month. In our interview, we discuss the coded language of Austen, and the
On a recent Pop Culture Happy Hour (NPR’s pop culture podcast which, if you’re not listening to it, you should be because it’s awesome) Barry Hardymon mentioned that she could talk about Outlander for hours. RedHeadedGirl heard that call, and we invited her onto the podcast to talk about Outlander
Sarah interviews debut author Anna Bradley, who, prior to becoming an author of historical romance was a curator and librarian for the Chawton House Library. She specialized in acquiring rare books by women writers published between 1600-1830 for Chawton House - which is way cool. We also talk about which