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The Bookshop at the End of the Internet is a podcast dedicated to helping book lovers discover new authors. Like any good bookshop, this podcast features a wide variety of books by the equally varied and interesting authors who felt compelled to write them. Stacey Horan, author and book lover, is the host of The Bookshop at the End of the Internet. Her interviews give you a chance to meet wonderful writers and discover your next must-read book. Listen to the authors describe their books and tell you their own stories in their own words. This podcast features books from all genres and authors from all walks of life, including those who are indie published, as well as those published by small presses and large publishing houses. Looking for unique, not-so-easy to find books for yourself, a friend or a book club? Tune in to this podcast and find your newest favorite author or maybe a soon-to-be bestseller. This podcast, like all the best bookshops, is filled with all kinds of books and all kinds of authors. There is something for everyone here. Tune in, browse around, find a new author and discover a new favorite book. You never know what treasures you might find in The Bookshop at the End of the Internet.

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The Bookshop at the End of the Internet is a podcast dedicated to helping book lovers discover new authors. Like any good bookshop, this podcast features a wide variety of books by the equally varied and interesting authors who felt compelled to write them. Stacey Horan, author and book lover, is the host of The Bookshop at the End of the Internet. Her interviews give you a chance to meet wonderful writers and discover your next must-read book. Listen to the authors describe their books and tell you their own stories in their own words. This podcast features books from all genres and authors from all walks of life, including those who are indie published, as well as those published by small presses and large publishing houses. Looking for unique, not-so-easy to find books for yourself, a friend or a book club? Tune in to this podcast and find your newest favorite author or maybe a soon-to-be bestseller. This podcast, like all the best bookshops, is filled with all kinds of books and all kinds of authors. There is something for everyone here. Tune in, browse around, find a new author and discover a new favorite book. You never know what treasures you might find in The Bookshop at the End of the Internet.

    Bookshop Interview with Author Merriam Saunders, Episode #074

    Bookshop Interview with Author Merriam Saunders, Episode #074

    Author Merriam Saunders discusses her two children’s picture books, My Wandering, Dreaming Mind and My Whirling, Twirling Motor. Merriam also has a middle grade novel releasing in 2021. While all of the books feature characters with ADHD, it is not the only thing Merriam writes about – but it is one thing she is passionate about. Merriam is a licensed family therapist specializing in ADHD, and she sees her writing for young readers as an extension of her skills and passion for helping children.

    • 30 min
    Bookshop Interview with Author Joseph Mazerac, Episode #073

    Bookshop Interview with Author Joseph Mazerac, Episode #073

    Author Joseph Mazerac discusses his novel, Into the Attic of the World. It’s the story of a normal kid named Charles who is invited by a boy called Captain Kid on an amazing adventure across other realities and into the Attic of the World. Joseph began his writing journey as an artist creating graphic novels. When his story ideas became too big for the graphic novel form, he began writing full-length novels. You can hear Joseph read from Into the Attic of the Word on his own podcast called The Blue Deck.

    • 38 min
    Bookshop Interview with Author Laurie Wallmark, Episode #072

    Bookshop Interview with Author Laurie Wallmark, Episode #072

    Author Laurie Wallmark discusses her picture book biographies about women in STEM. The women in Laurie’s books are pioneers in fields ranging from computer science to mathematics to astronomy. Her latest book is Numbers in Motion: Sophie Kowalevski, Queen of Mathematics. Laurie has always loved math and is a former computer software engineer and professor. Now, she channels her passion into writing, finding ways to explain difficult concepts to young readers and sharing the stories of amazing women in STE

    • 34 min
    Bookshop Interview with Author Darlene Beck-Jacobson, Episode #071

    Bookshop Interview with Author Darlene Beck-Jacobson, Episode #071

    Author Darlene Beck-Jacobson discusses her latest middle grade novel, Wishes, Dares and How to Stand Up to a Bully. It is a coming of age story about losing a family member, summer vacation, learning how to be brave and a fish who grants wishes. It's Darlene’s first novel in verse, and she found the experience of fashioning a story out of the poems she wrote to be both intriguing and joyful. Darlene chats about discovering her uniquely middle grade voice and the story behind her book’s delightful cover

    • 34 min
    Bookshop Interview with Author Diane Barnes, Episode #070

    Bookshop Interview with Author Diane Barnes, Episode #070

    Author Diane Barnes discusses her latest novel titled, More Than. Ms. Magazine named it one of the best feminist books to curl up with. More Than, like her other novels, is about relationships. In particular, it is a story about the power of female friendships. Diane has considered herself a writer since the second grade. Always fascinated by relationships, whether its friendship, romance or the relationship we have with ourselves, Diane now has the opportunity to explore these subjects in her stories.

    • 28 min
    Bookshop Interview with Author Alanna Ritchie, Episode #069

    Bookshop Interview with Author Alanna Ritchie, Episode #069

    Author Alanna Ritchie discusses her newest work, Beach City: A Memoire of a 19 Year-Old Cali Girl. The book is an homage to growing up in SoCal and grappling with coming of age angst and excitement. It's a story of the narrator’s transition from girl to woman while trying to proclaim who she is and what she wants. Alanna always wanted to write books, and she started writing Beach City over a summer while in college. Seventeen years later, Alanna has found her own unique voice, and the book is now publishe

    • 26 min

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Dorrie Dee ,

The Bookshop at the End of the Internet

Stacey Horan asks the questions that both readers and writers would ask authors if they had the opportunity. Listening to the podcast feels like sitting in on a casual conversation with literary friends.

Amelia Book Lover ,

Love this idea

As a book lover, I am always interested in the people who write them. Love this idea of interviewing authors who I now want to know better.

LukinFan ,

Cool podcast!

The podcast allows you to discover new authors in different genres and their stories.

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