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Readersketch

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Readersketch

Readersketch

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We have all encountered times where we read something over and over but it just seems to fly over our heads. But the instant it is explained or read to us it clicks. On the Readersketch Podcast, we recite for you, weekly, some poetry pieces from our web space. Follow us on all our social media handles @readersketch and Twitter @readersketchit to stay updated. Currently moderated by Mistura. Pioneered by Kofoworola Odozi. © 2021. All Rights Reserved
 
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Readers Digress

Mollie Fox & Kate Kiriakou

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Welcome to Readers Digress, the podcast where we read nonfiction books so you don’t have to (unless you want to). Join us, hosts Mollie Fox and Kate Kiriakou, as we use a nonfiction book to talk about pop culture, politics, and everything in between. New episodes out every other Thursday.
 
A Readers’ Advisory Podcast about becoming better library staff by reading every genre, whether we like them or not! Every month we read books from a new, randomly picked genre; then on the podcast we discuss our reading choices, experiences, opinions, appeal factors, and other related topics as friends and library workers.
 
"Not every book is for every child, but for every child there is a book." The Children’s Book Review, is a resource devoted to children’s literature and literacy. In the Growing Readers Podcast, we produce author and illustrator interviews focused on the best books for kids of all ages. We help parents, grandparents, caregivers, teachers, and librarians to grow readers. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thechildrensbookreview/support
 
Hi, I'm Emma – your host of the Turning Readers Into Writers podcast. Have you ever asked yourself, "How can I find the time to write when I am already so busy? How can I write my first novel when I have no confidence in my writing? How do I even write a book, anyway?" Then you're in the right place! Beginner writers dream of finishing their first novel and either getting an agent or publishing independently. Either way, they have a vision of holding their book in their hands and seeing it f ...
 
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Reading and Readers

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Reading and Readers

Terence Tan

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Every fortnight, I review a Christian book for you. Do you like free ebooks? Every month, I review Faithlife's Free Book of the Month featuring titles like Jim Belcher's "Deep Church", David Jeremiah's "Count It All Joy", Russell Moore's "Tempted and Tried", Skip Heitzig's "Bloodline", Frank D. Macchia's "The Trinity, Practically Speaking" or Pete Hughes' "All Things New". Do you like hot-off-the-presses? Listen to my in-depth review of John Piper's "Providence" or a side-by-side review of V ...
 
Hi, this is a podcast about what readers read and what do they do. The readers read will reflect on their life. Keep reading and sharing. 這裡是Cait與閱讀、閱讀與朋友的Podcast。與在海外的朋友聊他們正在閱讀、推薦的作品,也聊他們遭逢新冠肺炎鎖國的影響、生活樣貌。2021首度嚐試以中英文呈獻,讓中文、英文書迷也能輕鬆聽取完整內容。 預計每月隔週三推出#Call-out好友及#看書架系列,未來預計推出#所剩孤寂的書店系列等節目,如果你在尋找有關閱讀、影視改編原著、或只想找個好睡覺的聲音,歡迎訂閱我的Podcast,這裡有你可找到我的頻道平台:https://open.firstory.me/user/ckmdllo7m1x1f0810ewmuv9mv/platforms Blog: https://caitchang.tumblr.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/readerscaitlog Inst ...
 
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Ravenclaw Readers

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Ravenclaw Readers

Ravenclaw Readers

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Hello fellow readers, and welcome to Ravenclaw Readers! We’re veteran Harry Potter fans, Claire and Ella, along with first-time reader Paul. Join us as we explore Harry Potter in the literary tradition, chapter by chapter. Each week we read a Harry Potter chapter alongside a classic work of literature. We compare and contrast the major themes and narratives of these two texts, and dig deep into each HP chapter, to consider the insights gleaned when Harry Potter is read as part of a wide lite ...
 
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Reddit Readers

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Reddit posts turned into out-loud readings! Daily readings of our latest YouTube videos: www.youtube.com/redditreaders . Featuring Reddit stories from subreddits like askreddit, aita, entitledparents, and ProRevenge - We're a husband and wife (and baby) team who read Reddit posts out loud! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/redditreaders/support
 
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Reader's Block

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Reader's Block

Uniradioen

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If your interests include literature, music, films and various intellectual debates coupled with a touch of witty banter - you've come to the right place. By listening to this show you are helping poor misguided youths: Olivia, Nia and Yasmin work through their dangerously mounting bookshelves! (It's a safety hazard at this point!) So please sit back, pour yourself our weekly themed drink, and let us tell you a story ...
 
The mission here is to instill a love of reading in our little readers. To broaden their experiences through and from reading. To make it real for them by incorporating the elements of the story into their lives. First, you'll listen to a story read by Miss Joan, then respond to questions that engage listening and comprehension skills, which finally tap into the child's creativity, and applications to their daily circumstances. Virtual tutoring with Miss Joan is now available at https://www. ...
 
Women's Fiction Bytes For Readers introduces you to girl power books by Shawneda. Get to know Anisa Links from My Crowning Glory, book one of the Natural Sistahs series. Meet the women of GIG PowHer in Real Firstwives of Metropolis the prequel to Making Moves in Metropolis. Each season you'll meet new women changing the world by achieving their goals. All books are available in paperback and eBook available from www.shawneda.com.
 
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Host Nanci Arvizu interviews writers and authors, discussing the craft of writing, the work of publishing and the art of promotion. Let's find you something good to read. Find @PageReaders on Facebook and promote your book Page Readers Book Reviews and Author Interviews
 
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An interview with Daniel Golden, author of The Ransomware Hunting Team. The book is a real-life technological thriller about a band of eccentric misfits taking on the biggest cybersecurity threats of our time.โดย Bob Kustra
 
In this episode 324, we've got a variety of features: Paul Lamb's "elemental" story of love and family, One-Match Fire; Sonya Ramsey's biography of educational trailblazer Bertha Maxwell-Roddey; and D.S. Davis's blog post about lessons learned from self-publishing. Plus we share book recommendations and more! Today’s Featured Authors: Paul Lamb Tim…
 
Rebecca Kelley is a fiction writer from Portland, Oregon. Her first novel, Broken Homes & Gardens, was published in 2015. She also coauthored The Eco-nomical Baby Guide with Joy Hatch. When Rebecca isn’t writing, she is conducting elaborate baking experiments, designing book covers, and keeping up her thousand-plus-day streak in Duolingo. You can f…
 
The future King David is foreshadowed in the ending of the book of Ruth. Thousands of years later, a blind man calls out, "Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me." Who is David? Why is this name so important in the Bible and in my life and yours? Find out in today's book. Hi, my name is Terence and I'm your host for Reading and Readers, a podcast wh…
 
On episode 6, we dive into our thoughts on I'm Glad my Mom Died by American Author, Jennette McCurdy. Before you take a listing to our thoughts, which we have a lot of them, know that there may be some triggering things brought up including eating disorders, mental, emotional & physical abuse, a narcissistic parent, and alcoholism. While we both ra…
 
(Hello! This is a re-upload. The first version had a syncing error that snuck in at the very end of the editing process. We've re-exported it and this version sounds much better!) This episode we’re talking about our 2023 Reading Goals! We discuss intentions, resolutions, anti-resolutions, and give a report on how well we fulfilled our reading goal…
 
In this episode, it's a trifecta of guests! Two are Caldecott Honor Book winners Molly Idol and Juana Martinez-Neal, and the third is Newyork Times bestselling author Julie Fogliano. They're here to talk about their picture book collaboration I Don't Care, a beautiful, lyrical story of friendship that has received multiple-starred reviews. Julie Fo…
 
In today's episode, I ponder if there's such a thing as a balanced life. Links Ericka Emends Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you. Support the showโดย Emma Dhesi
 
In this episode 323, we're excited to feature Louise Penny's novel A World of Curiosities by way of interview with her audiobook narrator, Robert Bathurst, who you may recognize from shows like Downton Abbey. Publishers Weekly calls the book a "virtuoso 18th novel [that] blends nuanced characterization with nail-biting suspense." We also have writi…
 
Henriette Lazaridis is the author of The Clover House, which was a Boston Globe bestseller. Her short work has appeared in ELLE, The New York Times, New England Review, The Millions, and more, and she has earned a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artists Grant. She is a graduate of Middlebury College, Oxford University, where she was a Rhodes Scholar…
 
What was the most important battle in history? Would you say a battle in Ancient Rome, or Ancient Egypt, or perhaps a battle in World War 1 or 2. What if I told you that the most important battle in history was a battle not fought with swords and spears or guns and tanks but it was a battle fought with words. The battle for the person of Jesus. Hi,…
 
An interview with Dipo Faloyin, debut author of Africa is Not a Country: Notes on a Bright Continent. In the book, Faloyin explores the youth-led cultural and political movements that are defining and reimagining Africa on their own terms.Program note: This is the second half of a two-part interview.…
 
In this episode, I give 3 reasons why it's important to set up a writing routine. Line Editing Made Simple Kick-start your editing for free! Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you. Support the showโดย Emma Dhesi
 
In this episode 322, we bring you The Kudzu Queen, an exciting historical novel from NC writer Mimi Herman, which has won praise from authors from David Sedaris to Lee Smith to Jill McCorkle. Mary Salisbury shares how the love of reading can lead to publication. And we've got book recommendations, writing advice from Charlotte Lit, and more! Today’…
 
An interview with Dipo Faloyin, debut author of Africa is Not a Country: Notes on a Bright Continent. In the book, Faloyin explores the youth-led cultural and political movements that are defining and reimagining Africa on their own terms.โดย Bob Kustra
 
This week I take a look at some money blocks that have a surprisingly big impact on your writing life. From fear of failure, to fear of success and fear of judgement by those we love, all contribute to how much or how little we turn up for our writing. We have a complex relationship with money and it brings up a lot of issues for us. There’s nothin…
 
Happy New Year everyone! This weeks episode we talk about our goals for 2023; reading goals, budgeting goals, goals relating to self-restraint. We talk about a few titles we're looking forward to reading in the next year and what authors we're dying to get some info from. Follow Chaotic Readers on instagram @ChaoticReadersPodcast Follow Connor on i…
 
In this episode 321, we start the new year with a bang with insights from seven different authors about what’s worked in their marketing and publishing journeys. We also feature both old and new work of late NC literary luminary Philip Gerard. Plus we’ll share a Charlotte Lit Two Minute Tip, book recommendations, and more. Today’s Featured Authors:…
 
Katelyn Marie Peterson graduated from Southern Connecticut State University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and writes freelance pieces for various newspapers. When she isn’t typing on her laptop, she enjoys movie marathons, singing show tunes in the car, and cozying up with a good book. Katelyn resides in Connecticut with her husband and tw…
 
I catch up on the sci-fi movies for kids that have come out in the pandemic era. Movie recommendation: The Mitchells vs. the Machines Background on Lightyear here and here. Other films discussed: Sonic the Hedgehog Over the Moon Flora and Ulysses Space Jam: A New Legacy Strange World Lightyearโดย Alex Howe
 
Do you love the Lord of the Rings? Doesn't everyone? Do you love Systematic Theology? Of course! Then today's book is perfect for you. Hi, my name is Terence and I'm your host for Reading and Readers, a podcast where I review Christian books for you. Today I review "Tolkien Dogmatics: Theology through Mythology with the Maker of Middle-earth" by Au…
 
Was your New Year Resolution to drink more caffeine? We knew it! Join us this January as Kate tells Mollie all about plant drugs like caffeine and how our bodies just can't get enough of them. Pop Culture Pairing: The Bear (Hulu)โดย Mollie Fox & Kate Kiriakou
 
This week I introduce you to the new sound of Turning Readers Into Writers. After two years of interview episodes, I’m stripping back all the fancy music and introductions, and instead talking to you straight from the hip! Over the next 12 months I’m focusing on four areas I believe hold most new writers back from finishing their first novel. I’m g…
 
This episode we’re talking about Non-Fiction Sports books! We discuss how to define sports, live sports, weird rules, and more! You can download the podcast directly, find it on Libsyn, or get it through Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or your favourite podcast delivery system. In this episode Anna Ferri | Meghan Whyte | Matthew Murray |…
 
RR62 Draft Hi, my name is Terence and I'm your host for Reading and Readers, a podcast where I review Christian books for you except for today. Today, I ask the question, "How did I get here?" I look back at the books that I have reviewed that have influenced my worldview, my actions, my affections, my life. Not Best Books of 2022 This is not a bes…
 
In this episode: This week I take you through the power of a vision board. Manifestation board, vision board, mood board, or whatever you call them, are wonderful tools to help you achieve whatever you want in life, both physically and emotionally. I go through what they are, how to create one and what to include on your board. Get 2023 off to a fl…
 
Our last episode of the year! Excuse the audio, this is our first time including our out-of-state friend Becky, and we did NOT know how to make it smooth hahahaha. But we have a plan for next time! On this end of the year episode, we talk about our reading challenges and our favorite reads. We also gush about our love for VE Schwab and talk about S…
 
In this episode 320, we have a special year-end round-up for you, with Hannah Larrew back in the co-host seat! We take writing advice and inspiration from blog posts on how to tackle imposter syndrome and inner critics and how to approach the publishing process with perspective. We discuss reading and writing aspirations for 2023 from ourselves and…
 
In this episode, I give an overview of the different ways that religion and religious themes are used in science fiction. Book recommendation: Lord of Light by Roger Zelazny My review of A Case of Conscience. Other works discussed: Riverworld series by Philip Jose Farmer A Case of Conscience by James Blish Terra Ignota series by Ada Palmer…
 
In this episode: Jennie gives me all the lowdown on how she got started in the publishing industry, her own writing career and why she ultimately created her book coaching business, Author Accelerator. We talk about why working with a coach can be so transformative to your writing, but it all starts with understanding why you want to write, and the…
 
This episode we’re talking about our Favourite Reads of 2022! (Some of them were even published in 2022!) We discuss our favourite things we read for the podcast and our favourite things we read not for the podcast. Plus: Many more things we enjoyed this year, including video games, manga, graphic novels, food, and more! You can download the podcas…
 
Episode 319 is full of holiday cheer! Paul Reali joins us as a guest co-host and we have an interview with internationally bestselling author Wade Rouse, aka Viola Shipman, about his new heartwarming Christmas rom-com A Wish for Winter. We also feature Carey Henry Keefe's book A Tide of Dreams: The Untold Backstory of Coaches Paul "Bear" Bryant, Ca…
 
Whoever subtitled this book, "Faithful, Flawed and Fruitful", said more than he knew. For he was not only describing the saints in this book, he was also describing the book itself. Hi, my name is Terence and I'm your host for Reading and Readers a podcast where I review Christian books for you. Today's episode is Part 2 of my review on John Piper'…
 
An interview with Gaia Vince, author of Nomad Century: How Climate Migration Will Reshape Our World. The book investigates a coming environmental migration, the seismic consequence of our climate crisis that will force us to change where, and how, we live.โดย Bob Kustra
 
In this episode, cast and crew members talk about Roald Dahl's Matilda the Musical, an adaptation of the Tony and Olivier award-winning musical. Matilda tells the story of an extraordinary girl who, armed with a sharp mind and a vivid imagination, dares to take a stand to change her story with miraculous results. The guests include Tony Award-winni…
 
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