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On today's episode, Jill is joined by Sydney to talk all about her new prison librarian memoir Reading Behind Bars. Thanks to all of the listeners who sent in questions. The pair discuss some of Jill's experiences and her writing process. Podcast Overview: We're not just book nerds: we're professional book nerds and the staff librarians who work at OverDrive, the leading app for eBooks and audiobooks available through public libraries and schools. Hear about the best books we've read, get personalized recommendations, and learn about the hottest books coming out that we can't wait to dive into.
We are proud to be an Evergreen Podcast Signature Program. For more information visit www. It's almost July, which means it's time for Jill and Adam to discuss the books coming out next month they can't wait to read! Reading Behind Bars by Jill Grunenwald. Pan's Labyrinth by Guillermo Del Toro. The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead. Lock Every Door by Riley Sager. The Merciful Crow by Margaret Owen.
The Paper Wasp by Lauren Acampora. Beneath the Tamarind Tree by Isha Sesay. Midnight at the Blackbird Cafe by Heather Webber. A Prayer for Travelers by Ruchika Tomar. Spin the Dawn by Elizabeth Lim. They discuss her travels abroad, writing as catharsis, and how Christine realized her feelings of isolation and loneliness are shared by countless other people around the world. Today's episode is sponsored by The Great Courses Plus.
Get your headphones ready because today Jill and I are offering up a big pile of audiobook recommendations! A cool new update in Libby that just came out lets you enjoy your audiobooks through Apple CarPlay and Android Auto so it's perfect timing! Seafire by Natalie C. Parker Narrated by Rebecca Soler. House of Furies by Madeleine Roux. We are never meeting in real life by Samantha Irby. Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. If We Were Villains by M. The Changeling by Victor LaValle. A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles. Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick.
The Expanse series by James S. Click here to see all the audiobooks Team OverDrive is loving right now. This story about an advanced race of aliens coming to The U. Virgin Islands explore colonialism and the history of an oft-overlooked part of the world. Today's episode is sponsored by Blackstone Publishing.
They discuss colonialism, playing with expectations and creating tension, and authors they both love and respect. In addition to checking out The Lesson, here are two other great novels available now from their collection:. They discuss her upbringing as a child with two parents who fought in WWII, how her childhood and her local libraries inspired this historical fiction, and not judging individuals for the acts of the many. Big Library Read BLR , facilitated by OverDrive, is a reading program through your library that connects readers around the world with the same ebook at the same time without any wait lists of holds.
Like a Love Story by Abdi Nazemian. Gentleman Jack by Anne Chrome. Courting Mr. Lincoln by Louis Bayard. Check Please by Ngozi Ukazu. Gender Queer by Maia Kobabe. Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe. Unbroken edited by Marieke Nijkamp. Birthday by Meredith Russo. Also here is a great collection of LGBT books written so far this year:. Today's episode is an interview Jill did with bestselling author Blake Crouch about his new book Recursion.
They discuss false memories, the reality of time, and even the Berenstain Bears. Sarah also hosts the wonderful First Draft podcast where she interview authors and they discuss how this experience has affected her writing and her publishing life. They also get into their shared appreciation for creating stories through human connections.
The book covers multiple decades and the pair discuss Jennifer's research process, the idea of "chick lit" and how Jennifer's mom inspired this book. Podcast Overview:. We're not just book nerds: we're professional book nerds and the staff librarians who work at OverDrive, the leading app for eBooks and audiobooks available through public libraries and schools. It's almost June which means it's time for Adam and Jill's monthly roundup of books to read this month.
Mrs Everything by Jennifer Weiner. Ayesha at Last by Uzma Jalaluddin. Mostly Dead Things by Kristen Arnett. Magic for Liars by Sarah Gailey. The Grand Dark by Richard Kadrey. Her Daughter's Mother by Daniele Petrova. The Evil Queen by Gena Showalter. The book is all about how storytelling can shape an individual, how we experience stories, and how we relate them to others. Adam and Ali discuss finding oneself in stories, and the various forms of storytelling throughout history. No matter your interest, they have something incredible for you to discover and learn!
Seuss is now available. They discuss the life of Theodore Geisel both before and after becoming the cultural phenomenon that is Dr. They also discuss Jim Henson, George Lucas, and the monumental content they've created for generations of fans. On today's episode, Adam and Jill share the books they've enjoyed recently before getting into their big thoughts after watching the Game of Thrones finale. What they think might surprise you! Visit thegreatcoursesplus.
Believe Me by JP Delaney. Nathan Coulter by Wendell Berry. Andy Catlett by Wendell Berry. Remembering by Wendell Berry. The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware. Shameless by Nadia Bolz-Weber. Gingerbread by Helen Oyeyemi. Jill has a new memoir coming out on July 2 called Reading Behind Bars which is all about her experiences as a prison librarian.
In today's episode, along with talking about her book she also discusses some other books set in prison. Her list includes fiction, nonfiction, and titles written from prison. Orange is the New Black by Piper Kerman. Out of Orange by Cleary Wolters. American Prison by Shane Bauer. The Mars Room by Rachel Kushner. Change of Heart by Jodi Picoult. Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts. They discuss the differences in writing short fiction v. On today's episode, Adam chats about his recent book festival travels before discussing the books he's enjoyed recently.
Then, he gets into how he overcame depression last year by focusing on stories in the books he was reading. Inspired by the true story of the Blue People of Kentucky, The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek looks at the fierce pack horse librarians and the impact they had on a isolated community. On today's episode, Adam chats with Alafair Burke who was in town for a library event!
Today's episode is an interview Jill did with bestselling author Fiona Barton about her latest book The Suspect. They discuss Fiona's writing process, along with her decision to make a journalist the investigator in her novels. Sorry, Justin. Today we're talking about the books we're most excited about that are coming out in May oh my god, it's May You know the drill. The Farm by Joanne Ramos. The Bride Test by Helen Hoang. Cari Mora by Thomas Harris. Middlegame by Seanan McGuire. The Tubman Command by Elizabeth Cobbs. Kingsbane by Claire LeGrand.
Biloxi by Mary Miller. Becoming Dr. Seuss by Brian Jay Jones. Anna of Cleve by Alison Weir. We Hunt the Flame by Hafsah Faizal. There's Something about Sweetie by Sandhya Menon. The Castle on Sunset by Shawn Levy. The Obsoletes by Simeon Mills. The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren. Again, but Better by Christine Riccio. Helen shares what it was like writing essays based on her real life and why she loves the Libby app so much! She breaks down the awesome collection available to our school and library partners and then dives into the titles she's most excited about.
Niko Draws a Feeling by Robert Raczka. Billy Stuart and the Zintrepids by Alain M. By Chris Ferrie. A Date with Darcy by Tiffany Schmidt. The Wild Robot by Peter Brown. The Bone Witch by Rin Chupeco. I, Claudia by Mary McCoy. Terry Nelson. Rules of the Ruff by Heidi Lang. Jill and Rachel discuss Agatha Christie, seven deadly sins, and locked room mysteries. Christina and Rickie are back, this time joining Jill to discuss books featuring sisters! From going into hell to save your sister's soul to helping your sister cover up multiple murders to fighting your sister over the King of England, there's a little something for everyone in this list.
Practical Magic by Alice Hoffman. Rules of Magic by Alice Hoffman. The Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey Eugenides. Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold. Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Ann Brashares. The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. Today's episode is an interview Jill did with Emily Duncan, author of the new young adult book Wicked Saints.
Professional Book Nerds is an Evergreen Podcasts signature program. To learn more, visit www. Adam's out this week in Jury Duty, so Jill is on her own and decided to stay on brand and talk about some True Crime books! American Fire by Monica Hesse. The Real Lolita by Sarah Weinman. Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann. My Friend Dahmer by Derf Backderf. On today's episode, Jill and Adam sit down with Harlan Coben for a live interview in front of a sold out crowd of readers at their home away from home, Cuyahoga County Public Library.
They also discuss his work with Netflix, his ability to write anywhere, and using the things he sees in his daily life and the question, "What if" as catalysts for his writing. Abu Bakr is an ESL student of Winnie's, who helped him tell his family's story of leaving the Middle East to start a new life in Canada and how the challenges they overcame, all while maintaining a beautiful outlook on life.
Hear how they put the book together using frequent interviews, Google Translate, and the stories of Abu Bakr's family. April is around the corner, which means it's time for Jill and Adam to return with their picks of books being published next month! The Invited by Jennifer McMahon. Wicked Saints by Emily Duncan. Southern Lady Code by Helen Ellis. Odd Partners edited by Anne Perry. Trust Exercise by Susan Choi. Hot Dog Girl by Jennifer Dugan. The Princess and the Fangirl by Ashley Poston.
Little Darlings by Melanie Golding. The Old Drift by Namwali Serpell. The Better Sister by Alafair Burke. King of Fools by Amanda Foody. Lost Roses by Martha Hall Kelly. His latest book Early Riser is out now. Get your tissues ready, folks! No buzzer beaters. No brackets. Just a bunch of books that will absolutely make you cry.
Adam and Jill are joined by Christina and Rickie to take a deep dive into some emotional reads. We also break the tension A LOT with jokes. Does Christina still cry? You'll have to listen to find out! Everything by Jennifer Weiner. Beautiful Boy by David Sheff. Shrill by Lindy West. Room by Emma Donoghue. A Taste for Monsters by Matthew J. He by John Connolly. Atonement by Ian McEwan. She also discusses her non-profit One Moore Book.
Before that, Jill and Adam share the books that spark joy within them as well as share some answers from former guests! Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood. Valley of the Dolls by Jacqueline Susann. The Annotated Alice by Lewis Caroll. The works of Henrik Ibsen. Lord of the Rings by J. Come as You Are by Emily Nagoski. Justice League of America Watership Down by Richard Adams. Oh my we have a superb episode for you fellow nerds!
Adam chatted with Victoria V. Schwab about her all of her new upcoming projects including The Steel Prince graphic novel , the re-release of The Near Witch Fantasy , and her new Cassidy Blake series book coming later this year. She breaks down the difference between novel and comic writing and her need to inject humor into dark stories for the readers' sake. We also discuss our shared love of nonfiction audiobooks and dish out loads of recommendations.
Books by women, books about women, and all things awesome. Emergency Contact by Mary H. On the Come Up by Angie Thomas. Sing Unburied Sing by Jessamyn Ward. The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters. Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler. The Dreamers by Karen Thompson Walker. The Witch Elm by Tana French. The Secret Place by Tana French. Annihilation by Jeff VanderMeer. The Little Friend by Donna Tartt. The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt. The Secret History by Donna Tartt. Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor.
Jane Unlimited by Kristin Cashore. In this story Mallory tells the life story of the woman behind the design of the Creature from the Black Lagoon while also sharing her own experiences in the film world. Jill and Adam are back with their monthly picks episode! This week they are diving into upcoming March books they can't wait to read. A Question of Holmes by Brittany Cavallaro. The Near Witch by V. Provided royalty free from www. This sweeping saga tells epic stories of four main characters, a divided world, a queendom, and so many incredible dragons.
Adam and Shannon discuss her world building process, devising stories out of history and legend, and how her editing process works. A must listen and a must read for any fantasy fan. A few weeks ago, Adam talked about dog books and now Jill is back with books featuring and about cats! Bunnicula by James and Deborah Howe. The Cat Who Murphy series by Rita Mae Brown. The Incredible Journey by Sheila Burnford.
The Subtle Knife by Philip Pullman. Harry Potter series by JK Rowling. We're not just book nerds: we're professional book nerds and the staff librarians who work at OverDrive, the leading ebooka nd audiobooks available through public libraries and schools. Hear about the best books we've read, get personalized recommendations and learn about the hottest books coming out that we can't wait to dive into. Her latest book Fraternity is out now. Also they make lots of good, good jokes. Book written by two or more authors.
Marvel by G. Book that has appeared on the ALA's frequently challenged book list. Scary Stories to tell in the dark. Perks of being a wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. Harry Potter. The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison. Of Mice and men by John Steinbeck. A lesson Before Dying by Ernest J. Grendel by John Gardner. Audiobook of a memoir or autobiography read by the author. Heartland by Sarah Smarsh. Still Foolin' em by Billy Crystal. Born Standing Up by Steve Martin. As You Wish by Cary Elwes.
My Life as a Goddess by Guy Branum. We're going to need more win Gabrielle Union. In pieces by Sally Field. Hunger makes me a modern girl by Carrie Brownstein. Party of One by Dave Holmes. Yes, Please by Amy Poehler. Retelling of a classic book, fairy tale, or play. The Hogarth Shakespeare series of books-. The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden. The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey. The Winters by Lisa Gabrielle. Boy, Snow, Bird Helen Oyeyemi. Jane Steele by Lindsay Faye. It's equal parts moving and funny and entirely whimsical. We also discuss her lifelong passion for fairy tales and Jim Dale doing her audiobook!
On today's episode, Jill makes her glorious return from Seattle where she was interviewing authors during the American Library Association Midwinter meetings. We discuss the wonderful people she met and the fun she had before getting into some good ole fashion reading recommendations. Come for the books, stay for the awkwardness of Adam and Jill laughing at each other. An Orchestra of Minorities by Chigozie Obioma. The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi.
Just the Funny Parts by Nell Scovell. On today's episode, Adam interviews Lincoln Peirce, best known for his long running comic and novels in the Big Nate universe. He is back with a new book called Max and the Midknights, his first story outside of the the Big Nate world.
They discuss the unique classification of his illustrated novels and how long it takes him to lay out a story and the comics combined into one book! On today's episode, Christina is back! She helps Adam break down February's biggest books before providing a few of her favorite books with big casts of characters.
Finding Dorothy by Elizabeth Letts. The Familiars by Stacey Halls. The Raven Tower by Ann Leckie. Early Riser by Jasper Fforde. The Night Tiger by Yangsze Choo. American Spy by Lauren Wilkinson. Wild Bill by Tom Clavin. The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley. The Blood Spell by C. Four Dead Queens by Astrid Scholte. Ensemble cast books. Six of Crows, by Leigh Bardugo.
The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer. Casual Vacancy Series by Robert Galbriath. The Raven Boys series by Maggie Steifvater. The Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan. American Gods by Neil Gaimon. They discuss today's political climate, the struggle of lower class farmers, the effect the news and classism have society, and the similarities and differences between poverty in urban and rural areas. She also explains what led to her breaking free from the cycle of poverty and struggle in own family.
Last week we got a message on Twitter suggesting we do an episode all about dog books. Well, Jill is on the road for some interviews so Adam took full advantage. Enjoy these wonderful adventures of very good pups and the bork through ruff times and good times alike. Not all dogs are good bois Some are good girls! Where the Red Fern Grows. Eb White On Dogs. Travels with Charlie by John Steinbeck. The Dog Stars by Peter Heller. White Fang. Lily and the Octopus. Her stories explore human emotion and are darkly funny.
This collection is splashed all over countless "best of" lists and is a must read. In keeping with her style of telling stories about underappreciated woman of history, this book is all about Hedy Lamarr. She was an actress, escaped a marriage to Austrian's most powerful arms dealer, and an inventor whose creation was the foundation for modern day WiFi. Her story is amazing. They talk about the ethical decisions we all make every day and the psychology involved with morality.
They also explain their unique writing process. This episode is a must listen for fans of thrillers and suspense! We kick off the episode by discussing a very special giveaway Adam and Jill are doing to celebrate episodes before Madeline talks about some recent books she's read.
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They then dive into all things stage related! They discuss his new book The First Conspiracy which he co-wrote with Josh Mensch about the time George Washington was nearly assassinated before the Revolutionary War ever began. This fascinating true story will blow your mind. This was recorded before Christmas so naturally they discuss Emmet Otter and Brad demands to do the Nerd 9 again to see if his answers are the same as last time.
It's ! New year, new month, new books from Jill and Adam. This time, they are sharing their books for January. The Paragon Hotel by Lindsay Faye. The Water Cure by Sophie Mackintosh. King of Scars by Leigh Bardugo. Burned by Edward Humes. The Similars by Rebecca Hanover. Ghost Wall by Sarah Moss. Looker by Laura Sims. The Plotters by Un-Su Kim.
Annelies by David R. Breaking and Entering by Jeremy N Smith. Here and Now and Then by Mike Chen. Black is the Body by Emily Bernard. An Orchestra if Minorities by Chigozie Obioma. Say Hello! She tells a wonderful story about high school, clones, acceptance and mystery. You're absolutely going to love it! It's the last Thursday of and Adam and Jill are here with their roundup of the best books they read in Both books published this year but also books they read that were published other years.
Landwhale by Jes Baker. Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi. Not That Bad, ed. By Roxane Gay. Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney. The best books we read this year that weren't published in Lillian Boxfish takes a walk by Kathleen Rooney. Marathon Man by William Goldman. The Call by Peadar O Guilin. They discuss her fascinating life studying wildlife in Africa and how she learned to adjust to her life upon returning. Her life has been a beautiful journey and her debut work of fiction is just as good.
On today's episode, Jill and Adam interview the great Charlaine Harris , well known author of the Sookie Stackhouse Chronicles, The Aurora Teagarden series, and the Midnight, Texas series, all of which have been turned into television adaptations. This conversation was a joy and Charlaine is the funniest person we've ever interviewed. Be sure to listen in to hear all about it and how you can win a free reading device! With just a couple weeks left in , now is the perfect time to start thinking about and your goals and plans and to help you with those, we have a giveaway!
On today's episode, Adam is joined by three of OverDrive's staff librarians to answer a few of the book request emails we've received over the last few weeks. Emma, Kristin, and Maria do not disappoint. Check out all these amazing books! Books our librarians and Adam are reading:.
The First Conspiracy by Brad Meltzer. Historical Fiction with a Medical Slant. The Physician by Noah Gordon. Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo. Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds. Crank by Ellen Hopkins.
The Dark Between Stars by Atticus. The Dresden Files series by Jim Butcher. The Aeronaut's Windlass by Jim Butcher. The Broken Earth series by N. You by Caroline Kepnes. Pieces of Her by Karin Slaughter. Dark Fantasy and moral ambiguity. The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert. Furyborn by Clarie Legrand. Wintersong by S. The Sisters of the Winter Wood. Thrilling dad books! Michael Crichton Jurassic Park, Micro. Relic by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurty.
Dark Matter by Blake Crouch. Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett. True Crime and books about drug dealers. The Power of the Dog trilogy by Don Winslow. The Poisoner's Handbook by Deborah Blum. Kari brings a lifetime of personal experience as a horse trainer and rodeo competitor to her writing about the exciting, dangerous — and romantic -- world of the Texas rodeo. On today's episode, Robin Witten from Audiofile Magazine and the Behind the Mic podcast joins us to talk about the absolute best audiobooks of the year.
Behind the Mic is a daily podcast where you can get quick audiobook recommendations across multiple genres. It's a must listen for any fellow audiobook nerd. Subscribe to it today! Today's episode is sponsored by Sourcebooks and Sourcebooks Casablanca and features a conversation with romance suspense writer Katie Ruggle.
December is right around the corner and Jill and Adam are here with their top picks for next month! Today's episode is a bit of a flashback as Jill and Adam pull an old episode from the archives. Original episode was 73 back in December , so for longtime listeners hope you enjoy this Monday rewind and for new listeners, enjoy this interview!
They share emails and reviews from some listeners. Reach out to us at professionalbooknerds overdrive. We discuss his passion for Agatha Christie, how to make a murder mystery that lives up to her legacy, editing this masterpiece, why it's named differently in the U.
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This novel is a masterpiece of intrigue and Stuart is a delight. Be sure to check out these other excellent new releases in their cataloge:. Part history, part romance, and all kinds of magic, author Susanna Kearsley's latest masterpiece will draw you in and never let you go, even long after you've closed the last page. Inspired by a newspaper photo that stunned readers throughout the country during the depression, Sold on a Monday is a powerful novel of ambition, redemption, love and family. The Fallen Architect by Charles Belfoure.
In this riveting novel from The New York Times bestselling author of The Paris Architect , a man in disgrace finds that digging up the past is the only road he can take. On today's episode, Jill and Adam look back at how they're doing on their reading resolutions, discuss the different ways they handle depression and provide a bunch of different ideas for setting reading goals. Books Adam and Jill have read lately:. Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C. Fraternity by Alexandra Robbins.
Pledged by Alexandra Robbins. Born to Run by Christopher McDougall. North by Scott Jurek. Marathon Man by Bill Rodgers. Hunger by Roxane Gay. LandWhale by Jes Baker. Charlotte's Web by E. Former guest and friend of the podcast Fiona Davis returns to talk about her latest book, The Masterpiece. If you've been thinking about adding Titan Comics Doctor Who series to your OverDrive collection, now is the perfect time.
What do hockey, baking, vlogging and comics have in common? They're all a part of what makes Ngozi so amazing! She is the creator of Check, Please! Ngozi chats with Adam about where the idea came from for Check, Please! She also guesses Adam's favorite pie correctly because she's clearly a savant. On today's episode, Adam is joined by Christina, Andrea and Melissa all of whom have little babes at home and Andrea is expecting another! We discuss the books they love reading to their little ones and the books they can't wait to share with them as they grow. Pete the cat books.
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Chu's Day at the Beach. Llama, Llama, red pajama. How do dinosaurs say goodnight. Fancy Nancy. The Pigeon Finds a Hot Dog. Vader's Little Princess. Brown Bear, Brown Bear. Aggie and Ben. The Giving Tree. Harriet the spy. Charlotte's Web. Harry Potter series. How the Grinch stole Christmas. Jill and Jasmine discuss romance books, Roxane Gay, and writing with a full-time job. The title was selected for the upcoming Together We Read digital book club which runs from November in the United Kingdom. Madeline and Adam discuss her love of Mythology, writing the story for people who have no previous knowledge of the myth and their shared obsession with theater.
On today's episode we're talking about November new releases we're most excited for! There's something for everyone here! Click on any of the books below to sample them and then go borrow or buy them! November books. Empress of All Seasons by Emiko Jean. Heirs of the Founders by H. Queer Eye: Love Yourself. Love Your Life. Pulp by Robin Talley. Thanks a Thousand by A. Her latest book, Fake Blood, is out now! On today's episode we're once again helping you tackle your Read Harder Challenge. Book Riot has one of the best yearly reading challenges but how do you find books to match each task?
We've got your back. To find additional challenge book ideas check out episodes , , and A comic written or drawn by a person of color. Monstress by Marjorie Liu. The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang. The first book in a new-to-you YA or middle grade series. Beasts Made of Night by Tochi Onyebuchi. Strange Fire by Tommy Wallach. The Penderwicks by Jeanne Birdsall. Rubyfruit Jungle by Rita Mae Brown. Speakers of the Dead by J. Aaron Sanders. Widows of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey. The Monkey's Mask by Dorothy Porter. A book with a female protagonist over the age of It's a question we're asked daily: what is your favorite book?
PBS took that idea and expanded it to find America's favorite book and they've been working tirelessly to find the answer. Through The Great American Read they've found America's top most popular books and all fall long they've been highlighting different genres and titles in their weekly episodes. We also discuss her absolutely amazing choice for her background music while writing.
April is a delight of a human and this conversation was so much fun. To find your library or schools Britannica Digital Learning content, simply search for them by name in the search bar in Libby or on their OverDrive website. Mallory is, in our opinion, THE person to go to when you're looking for horror book recommendations. So now that October has arrived we HAD to bring her on. Our chat is all about the horror books she loves, both truly terrifying and others that are less so.
We offer recommendations for everyone, regardless of your fright level. It tells the true story of Milicent Patrick, the only woman in history to create one of Hollywood's classic movie monsters and we can't wait to read it. After you check out this episode be sure to subscribe to Reading Glasses as well.
It's a phenomenal, weekly chat about everything in the book world between Mallory and her co-host Brea Grant. They are a Thursday release friend so you can enjoy both our shows together where they belong. Mallory's horror book recommendations! Definitely Scary:. A Head full of ghosts by Paul Tremblay.
The Red Tree by Caitlin Kiernan. The Elementals by Michael McDowell. Short story collections. Ghost Summer by Tananarive Due. Revenge by Yoko Ogawa. Just a little Spooky. White is for Witching by Helen Oyeyemi. Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson. The Halloween Tree by Ray Bradbury. The book that made Mallory fall in love with horror. Creepshow graphic novel by Stephen King. Other books discussed. We have always lived in the castle by Shirley Jackson.
The Deadhouse by Dawn Kurtagich. Mallory's All Hollow's Read book. Deborah has a new book out now called Time's Convert that is set in the same universe and she comes on the podcast to talk about what it was like returning to her world and characters, what her research process was like, and talks a little bit about the television adaptation of her popular series. Big Library Read BLR , facilitated by OverDrive, is a reading program through your library that connects readers around the world with the same eBook at the same time without any wait lists or holds.
Simply head to your library's OverDrive website or open up Libby and you'll see it front and center. On today's episode, Jill and Adam share the books coming out in October they are most excited for. We bring on friend of the show and all around rockstar human Jandra Sutton to breakdown the issues we have with the new Fantastic Beasts trailer. We have thoughts, friends.