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A podcast for writers and book lovers. Whether you’re a newbie-author or a reader, there’s plenty of room at the table to learn from established authors, publicists, bloggers, and creatives. Pull up a chair, because there’s plenty of room at the writing table.

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A podcast for writers and book lovers. Whether you’re a newbie-author or a reader, there’s plenty of room at the table to learn from established authors, publicists, bloggers, and creatives. Pull up a chair, because there’s plenty of room at the writing table.

    Kristan Higgins and Writing About Hard Things

    Kristan Higgins and Writing About Hard Things

    Kristan Higgins is the New York Times, USA TODAY and Publishers Weekly bestselling author of more than twenty novels, which have been translated into more than two dozen languages and have sold millions of copies worldwide. Her books have received dozens of awards and accolades, including starred reviews from Entertainment Weekly, People, Kirkus, The New York Journal of Books, Publishers Weekly, Library Journal and Booklist.
    The happy mother of two snarky and entertaining grown children, Kristan enjoys gardening, mixology, the National Parks and complimenting strangers on their children. She lives in Connecticut with her heroic firefighter husband, cuddly dog and indifferent cat. 
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    Jenn Bouchard's First Course

    Jenn Bouchard's First Course

    Jenn Bouchard has been teaching high school social studies for twenty-two years. She is an avid cook, volunteer for good causes, and devoted Red Sox fan. A graduate of Bates College and Tufts University, she lives in the Boston suburbs with her husband and two children.

    In her spare time, Jenn volunteers as both a fundraiser and secretary for her Bates College class and is a past president of the alumni association. She is a member of Grub Street, Women Fiction Writers' Association, and Women in Development of Greater Boston. She is an avid cook and is always planning her next adventure. FIRST COURSE was published in 2021 by TouchPoint Press. You will find her short stories in The Bookends Review, Litbreak Magazine, The Penmen Review, and the Little Patuxent Review. She is currently editing her second novel, titled PALMS ON THE CAPE.
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    Elle Cosimano & Finlay Donovan--A Friendship Meant to Last

    Elle Cosimano & Finlay Donovan--A Friendship Meant to Last

    Elle Cosimano is the Edgar-nominated and award-winning author of the acclaimed young adult novels Nearly Gone, Holding Smoke, The Suffering Tree, and Seasons of the Storm. Her debut novel for adults, Finlay Donovan Is Killing It, kicked off a witty, fast-paced contemporary mystery series, which was featured as a People Magazine Pick and one of New York Public Library's Best Books of 2021. In addition to writing novels for teens and adults, her essays have appeared in The Huffington Post and Time. Cosimano lives with her husband and two sons in Virginia.
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    Laura Lippman and Seasonal Work

    Laura Lippman and Seasonal Work

    Since her debut in 1997, New York Times bestseller Laura Lippman has been recognized as one of the most gifted and versatile crime novelists working today. Her series novels, stand-alones and short stories have all won major awards, including the Edgar and the Anthony, and her work is published in more than 20 countries. A former Baltimore Sun journalist, she has written for the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, O, The Oprah Magazine, Real Simple, Glamour and Longreads. "Simply one of our best novelists, period," the Washington Post said upon the publication of the ground-breaking What the Dead Know. 
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    Join the Writing Table to support #22in22.

    Join the Writing Table to support #22in22.

    Zibby Books is hosting #22in22 to encourage readers to visit bookstores 22 times in 2022. Learn more at https://www.22in22.net.
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    Boo Walker's Creative Muse Pivots From Music to Novels

    Boo Walker's Creative Muse Pivots From Music to Novels

    Bestselling author Boo Walker initially tapped his creative muse as a songwriter and banjoist in Nashville before working his way west to Washington State, where he bought a gentleman’s farm on the Yakima River. It was there amongst the grapevines and wine barrels that he fell in love with telling high-impact stories that now resonate with book clubs around the world. Rich with colorful characters and boundless soul, his novels will leave you with an open heart and a lifted spirit.
    Always a wanderer, Boo currently lives in Valencia, Spain with his wife and son.
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