42 episodes

Athens-Limestone Public Library's podcast series highlights conversations with guest speakers that come into the library to talk about cultural, educational, and community programs. Between the Stacks also features discussions of ongoing library programs and special exhibits.

Between The Stacks Athens-Limestone County Public Library

    • Arts
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Athens-Limestone Public Library's podcast series highlights conversations with guest speakers that come into the library to talk about cultural, educational, and community programs. Between the Stacks also features discussions of ongoing library programs and special exhibits.

    Author Yolanda Turner: Morning Glory, a 52-Week Devotional

    Author Yolanda Turner: Morning Glory, a 52-Week Devotional

    Yolanda Turner is a domestic violence survivor from an early abusive marriage. She was able to turn her life around after much spiritual reflection and authored the book  Morning Glory  - a 52-week devotional featuring scripture passages with commentary and personal stories of application from Yolanda s own experience with the message. In this inspirational podcast she highlights domestic violence awareness and talks about her books, including a new children's book, My 2 Brothers and Me.
    https://www.alcpl.org/ytbookshelf.com
    National Domestic Violence Hotline - 800-799-7233
    Have questions about this episode? Email askalibrarian@alcpl.org Music from Pixabay   

    • 17 min
    Author Teresa Smyser

    Author Teresa Smyser

    Teresa Smyser, author of Heaven Help Us! and the Warrior Bride series talks about her evolution as a writer. She shares tips on her writing lifestyle and offers advice on self publishing.https://www.alcpl.org/
    Have questions about this episode? Email askalibrarian@alcpl.org Music from Pixabay   

    • 15 min
    Authors A.E. Chewning and James C. Chewning

    Authors A.E. Chewning and James C. Chewning

    A conversation with authors A.E. Chewning and James C. Chewning. Living in Athens, A.E. Chewning draws upon the rich history and local folklore to inspire her paranormal novels, including one based on the Athens Houston Memorial Library. James C. Chewning is a motivational speaker and has written Success Defined by Me: A Guide to Developing a Personal Success Plan and how to Implement It. Listen to their conversation about getting started and staying focused on their many writing projects.
    https://www.alcpl.org/
    Have questions about this episode? Email askalibrarian@alcpl.org Music from Pixabay    

    • 14 min
    Author Dr. Jodi Green

    Author Dr. Jodi Green

    On a business retreat to the Yucatan, Dr. Jodi Green was detained at a Mexican airport for having a pistol in her luggage, despite following airline protocol for carrying a firearm. What transpired was a 28-day life changing incarceration in a Mexican jail cell. How she navigated the daily harsh reality of prison life, and the mindset it took to cope until her release, became the basis of what she calls The Purple Principles! The Mindset Keys to Focus on Manifesting Freedom and Lavishly Live Life. 
    https://www.alcpl.org/
    Have questions about this episode? Email askalibrarian@alcpl.org Music from Pixabay    

    • 24 min
    AIDB: Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind

    AIDB: Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind

    A conversation with Olivia Wade, Case Manager for AIDB. As a young child growing up with low vision, Olivia talks about how AIDB gave her tools she needed to become an independent adult. Now, working for AIDB, she is able to share both her story and expertise to individuals in the deaf and blind community looking for answers. She talks about the multitude of services offered and also does some myth busting. 
     Library Linkswww.alcpl.org/www.aidb.org/
    Have questions about this episode? Email askalibrarian@alcpl.org Music from Pixabay       

    • 31 min
    The Books That Made Us: Mrs. Amanda Reads Scary Stories!

    The Books That Made Us: Mrs. Amanda Reads Scary Stories!

    ALCPL children's librarian, Amanda Coleman, reads select stories from the Alvin Schwartz book series, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. Based on American folklore, these tales combine eerie horror, supernatural sightings, and deathly humor guaranteed to make you JUMP!     
    Library Links https://www.alcpl.org/
    Have questions about this episode? Email askalibrarian@alcpl.org Music from Pixabay      

    • 12 min

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Excellent podcast! ❤️📚

A very easy to listen to podcast. Almost like sitting on the front porch with a friend and a nice refreshing drink. Jen is clear, articulate, and entertaining. It’s a wonderful way to learn more about authors and their backgrounds. Can’t wait to hear more.

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