My special guest co-host this week is the wonderful Jade Chang. Jade and I discuss topics such as preferring books over people, reading speed, where to find new sci-fi books, and much more.
Amanda and I discuss reading taste, avoiding distractions when trying to read, what it really means to be a book snob, and decorating tips if you own many books.
My guest this week is the wonderful and amazing Cristin Stickles. We talk about topics such as how to approach working in a bookstore, bookish events in NYC, and much more.
My special guest co-host this week is Guy LeCharles Gonzalez. We talk about book blogging, how to prepare for your first public reading, and much more.
My guest co-host this week is the talented and thoughtful Jeff Zentner. We discuss reading guilt, read-a-likes for "Veronica Mars," and much more.
How to deal with reading-induced headaches, how to train yourself to love audiobooks, and how to read for pleasure, not just comprehension.
My special guest co-host this week is the sparkling Trisha Leigh. We discuss which classics are "must read," how to say no to forming a book club, special book club picks, and much more.
My guest co-host this week is the great Andrew Shaffer. We discuss how a shoplifting charge might impact your writing career, what library school actually entails and much more.
My special guest co-host this week is Clay McLeod Chapman. We respond to three listener-submitted questions and discuss topics such as how to deal with e-galleys you are not enjoying, what to do when you relate to a character (and dislike yourself for it), and how to relate to your friends and loved ones if they don't enjoy reading.
My special guest co-host this week is librarian extraordinaire Stephanie Anderson. We discuss two listener-submitted questions relating to libraries and touch on topics such as frustrating library job searches and the complicated issue of library e-books.
My special guest host this week is the wonderful Becky Albertalli. We discuss issues such as how to handle your personal library, how to not be influenced by what others are reading, and what ONE book you think everyone "should" read.
My special guest co-host this week is the delightful Dhonielle Clayton. We discuss three listener-submitted questions and cover topics such as how to best serve your library patrons if you don't share a taste in books, how long you should keep a book a friend lent you, and great places to read in Washington, DC.