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May 23, 2017 Beaks & Geeks

C. A. Higgins joins guest host Haley to talk about the last book in the Lightless Trilogy, RADIATE. They talk morality, welsh mythology, and how people are like particles.

May 16, 2017 Beaks & Geeks

Guest host John talks to Nick Petrie about his Peter Ash books, character development, life balance, and fans.

Learn more about BURNING BRIGHT and LIGHT IT UP.

May 3, 2017 Beaks & Geeks

Abbi Waxman joins Lindsay to discuss her latest book, THE GARDEN OF SMALL BEGINNINGS, and talk grief, growth, gardening and much more.

 

Apr 28, 2017 Beaks & Geeks

Anita Shreve, best-selling author of THE WEIGHT OF WATER and THE PILOT’S WIFE joins Amy to talk about her newest novel, THE STARS ARE FIRE.

Listen as they talk Maine, history, favorite books, and cultural taboos.

Apr 11, 2017 Beaks & Geeks

Jennifer Finney Boylan joins Lindsay to talk about her new book, LONG BLACK VEIL. They talk murder, historical figures, and intrigue.

Mar 20, 2017 Beaks & Geeks

Jay Chandrasekhar of MUSTACHE SHENANIGANS and of Super Troopers fame joins John to talk movie-making, starting out in comedy, and why he’s a little tired of superheros.

Feb 27, 2017 Beaks & Geeks

New York Times bestselling author Allison Pataki of SISI joins Lindsay to talk about the little known Empress, Sisi of Austria, how historical fiction drives powerful storytelling, and why she listens to music for inspiration. Allison also talks about her journey from journalism to full time novelist.

Feb 19, 2017 Beaks & Geeks

Laura McHugh, author of ARROWOOD, joins Lindsay at Random House Open House to talk about writing, Iowa, Missouri, true crime, and her new writing companion: a puppy!

Feb 12, 2017 Beaks & Geeks

Garrard Conley joins Amy to talk about his memoir, BOY ERASED. They talk about his time in gay conversion therapy, finding himself afterwards, and focusing on compassion.

Feb 7, 2017 Beaks & Geeks

Elan Mastai joins Lindsay to talk about his debut novel, ALL OUR WRONG TODAYS. They talk about the possibilities of time, his definition of love, and transitioning from screenwriting to writing fiction.

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