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Ep86 – Dear Kamala – Dr. Peggy Brooks-Bertram
On today’s episode, we’ll be speaking with Dr. Peggy Brooks-Bertram, author of, Dear Kamala: Women Write to the New Vice President. As the first woman of color elected as the Vice President of the United States, Kamala Harris broke through many barriers and made history, energizing
Ep85 – The Bad Muslim Discount – Syed Masood
On today’s episode, we’ll be speaking with Syed Masood, author of The Bad Muslim Discount. It’s 1995, and Anvar Faris is a restless, rebellious, and sharp-tongued boy doing his best to grow up in Karachi, Pakistan. As fundamentalism takes root within the social order and the
Ep84 – Parabellum – Greg Hickey
On today’s episode, we welcome Greg Hickey back to the show! A former professional baseball player turned neuroscientist, turned author, he shares his psychological crime fiction entitled, Parabellum. A mass shooting at a Chicago beach leaves several dead and dozens injured. In the year before
Ep83 – Edge of the Map – Johanna Garton
Happy 2021! Today’s episode is for all you mountain climbers out there… both physical and metaphorical. We’re joined by Johanna Garton, author of Edge of the Map: The Mountain Life of Christine Boskoff. It’s a dramatic and inspiring adventure story based on the lives of
Ep82 – CABLOG – Dege Legg
On today’s episode, we speak with Dege Legg, multi-talented rock musician and author of, CABLOG – Diary of a Cabdriver. In this fuel-injected work of creative nonfiction, Grammy-nominated musician and award-winning writer Dege Legg aka Brother Dege recounts five years behind the wheel while documenting the
Ep81 – Api’s Berlin Diaries – Gabrielle Robinson
On today’s episode, Gabrielle Robinson shares her latest book entitled, Api’s Berlin Diaries: My Quest To Understand My Grandfather’s Nazi Past. After her mother’s death, Gabrielle found her grandfather’s diaries and discovered that he had been a member of the Nazi party. Her memoir juxtaposes
I really appreciate the diverse lineup and their perspectives when it comes to just about any topic. This is certainly the cutting edge method when it comes to browsing for a good read!
Great introduction to new authors
I really like hearing the authors read their own works. A great, concise listen.