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Author Allison Tait and teacher-librarian-author Megan Daley, co-founders of the Your Kid’s Next Read community, talk books and reading for children of all ages. From board books and picture books, to junior fiction, middle-grade novels and YA blockbusters, they’ll help you find the perfect next book for the young readers in your life. Plus, practical tips on getting (and keeping) kids reading and writing, a whole lot of fun and … YKNR book question bingo.
 
Book Dreams is a podcast for everyone who loves books and misses English class. In each episode co-hosts Julie Sternberg and Eve Yohalem explore a book-related topic they can’t stop thinking about, everything from the genius of your favorite picture books to books bound in human skin. Julie and Eve are both award-winning authors, which allows them to come at interviews with an insider’s knowledge as well as all the wonder associated with storytelling. Book Dreams is brought to you by The Pod ...
 
With over 25 years in the BDSM community and the mental health field, I have gained a unique understanding and respect for the alternative lifestyle. As BDSM has become more mainstream it is important that people become informed and educated about truth of the BDSM community instead of letting inaccurate books and movies shape minds, opinions, and lifestyles in a way that is both incorrect and unhealthy. Myself and guests, from porn stars to pastors, will dive deep into all sides of the life ...
 
For years the picture of the man with the oxcart has hung on the wall of her Aunt and Uncle's house. It never occurred to Tory that one day she might actually find herself in the picture. She frees Neal, an imp who has been imprisoned in Castle Hildegard for two hundred years. Together, they journey through the world of the Kingdom Trees, racing to break the spell that has bound the world together - in war. King Delphic is bent on taking the spell for himself, and becoming monarch of all. To ...
 
Everyone loves a good story—especially children! But what we sometimes overlook is that the Bible is more than a collection of great stories. It is the real account of God's love for the world. In this full audio recording of the best-selling The Big Picture Story Bible, join author and narrator David Helm on a journey through the whole storyline of God's Word from Genesis to Revelation. Help your child follow along and engage with the story in a deeper way by purchasing a copy of the fully ...
 
Welcome! I'm Linda Gordon Hengerer, author of the Beach Tea Shop cozy mystery series, co-editor of the Happy Homicides cozy mystery anthology series, and baker of treats.If you get joy from reading, writing, or baking, join me to learn new skills to take your writing and/or baking to a different level. My happy place is filled with baking supplies, loaded bookshelves, and endless imagination - does this sound like yours, too? Maybe you've thought about writing a book someday, and decided som ...
 
In my (biased) view, Corporate finance is the ultimate big picture class. It lays out the financial principles that govern how businesses, small or large, public or private, should make choices (and decisions). In particular, it looks at how businesses should allocate scarce resources (the investment decision), where they should raise the funds to makes these investments (the financing decision) and how much cash to leave in (and take out of) businesses (the dividend decision). This class fo ...
 
The Perennial Truth is the truth that does not change. It gives you something to hold onto while you explore the ever-changing currents of life. Like the soul, The Perennial Truth comes form a realm that is beyond creation. It allows one to view life from a higher context, like a picture of the completed puzzles on the box of life. Each of us interprets life and its events according to our personal level of understanding. The questions we ask, causal patterns we discern, connections we make, ...
 
Kilted pirate Greenbeard's last voyage turns up some unexpected surprises... Who is behind the murder at the Eagle Cave? Love crops up when it is least expected... An ancient terror awakens to threaten mankind's existence... 'Every Photo Tells…' is a short story anthology that sets out to show that every picture can tell more than just one story, by presenting a range of tales inspired by seven photographs. Read by hosts Mick Bordet and Katharina Maimer, and featuring the writing talents of ...
 
A flight on a space cruiser turns into a nightmare for a man who has to face his future alone and come to terms with his past. A princess fighting for the love of her life on Christmas Eve in a kingdom covered with snow. A man finds himself quite literally out of time, sentenced for a crime he won't commit for years. In a world where vampires and werewolves have to live together, a Hunter goes out on a special task. The trials of a robot assassin duck… and many more stories! 'Every Photo Tel ...
 
A psychic takes on a job that is more complicated than it first appears. Obsession and love make an art thief's last great heist one to remember. The billionaire is locked inside a vault for half a century, but is he prepared to return to society? 'Every Photo Tells…' is a short story anthology that sets out to show that every picture can tell more than just one story, by presenting a range of tales inspired by seven photographs. This collection of stories introduces new writers and plenty o ...
 
Geoff Thompson is a BAFTA award winning writer. He has written forty books (published in 20 languages), five multi-award-winning films, three stage plays (he was invited into the prestigious Royal Court writers Group) and hundreds of articles, many published in national magazines and broadsheets.Geoff's autobiography 'Watch My Back' was adapted into a major motion picture Clubbed.It premiered in London 's West End and Paris and was nominated for a BIFFA award. He has also adapted his first n ...
 
A voice from the future changes far more than just one man’s life. A young boy must say a final farewell to his faithful companion. Dr Simon has a lab full of pixies, but they don’t take kindly to his experiments. Visit Jacques' Bistro, where love blooms over the seafood. Is one of Father Ian's parishioners really being visited by a giant? These subjects and many more are visited in this fourth collection of stories from 'Every Photo Tells…', showing that every picture can tell more than jus ...
 
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Recorded: 1/31/2021 / Published: 9/19/2021 - In this episode of The Krypt Mayfair, the chatroom, and I, are going to figure out what BDSM Etiquette: Dom to Dom Communication is all about. - Call in at 865-268-4005 to leave your question or visit the Krypt at https://kuldrinskrypt.com. - Rules to Love By: ( https://inclusionwoodworks.com ) 1: Safe, …
 
What does it say about the American Dream if immigrants achieve financial success but their children, and their children’s children, still experience a lack of belonging? What does it mean to be part of groups that are both privileged and treated as outsiders? What are the flaws in the stories we tell ourselves about our parents’ generation, and wh…
 
Getting kids started on ‘the classics’ can be great for their vocabulary and knowledge of context, history and the building blocks of a literary life – but when should you introduce them, and how? Megan Daley and Allison Tait discuss these perplexing questions, as well as looking at the role of school librarians and how to keep tweens engaged with …
 
This talk by Tjaart Kruger takes you on an understanding of what the key desire is of the soul. Buy the book on amazon or visit www.theperennialtruth.com to learn more. Welcome to our Podcast Show. Here's an introduction by Karen Kruger. For more please visit our website www.theperennialtruth.com Support the show (https://paypal.me/mahakhala)…
 
How can television reporter Lily Atwood keep a secret private when she's in the public's eye? Find out in Her Perfect Life. Hank Phillippi Ryan speaks from personal experience as an investigative reporter about always being on when out in public, exploring standalone books versus series books, and her pandemic-inspired platform for authors, The Bac…
 
Recorded: 1/24/2021 - In this episode of The Krypt Mayfair, the chatroom, and I, are going to figure out what we should do if our partner is into kinks and fetishes we are not into. - Call in at 865-268-4005 to leave your question or visit the Krypt at https://kuldrinskrypt.com. - Rules to Love By: ( https://inclusionwoodworks.com ) 1: Safe, sane, …
 
Bryan Christy's investigations as a reporter have led to police raids of ivory shops in Vatican City, the defrocking of a pedophile monsignor, the arrest and imprisonment of the “Pablo Escobar of wildlife trafficking,” and the closing of China's ivory market. What strategies did he use to track down criminals? What mistakes did he make? Why were hi…
 
From birds and bees to changing bodies, Allison Tait and Megan Daley recommend puberty books for tweens – and the adults in their lives. Plus, Megan looks at how to include a makerspace in school libraries and Allison encourages kids to write what they don’t know (yet). Read the show notes for all book references at yourkidsnextread.com Connect wit…
 
What happens when a Harvard professor puts the weight of her reputation behind an alleged ancient gospel with monumental implications for the Roman Catholic Church, and the gospel turns out to be a fake? In 2012, Karen King, the Hollis Professor of Divinity at Harvard’s Divinity School, announced the discovery of a gospel in which Jesus refers to “…
 
Recorded: 1/17/2020 / Published: 9/01/2021 - In this episode of The Krypt Mayfair, the chatroom, and I, are going to talk about solo BDSM play; a topic that was sparked by a fet message I received from MorIsrael. - Call in at 865-268-4005 to leave your question or visit the Krypt at https://kuldrinskrypt.com. - Rules to Love By: ( https://inclusion…
 
Allison Tait and Megan Daley look at why cookbooks are great for kids (beyond the delicious creations) and have recommendations for everyone from tots to teens. Plus, we look at why reading out loud is essential – and not just to develop reading skills, but writing skills as well. And Allison shares her number one Book Week writing tip. Read the sh…
 
In this episode of Book Dreams, Julie and Eve talk with Charles Person, the youngest and only surviving member of the original Freedom Riders. In May of 1961, thirteen men and women in Washington, D.C. boarded two public buses headed for New Orleans, to test whether states across the South were abiding by the Supreme Court’s recent decision forbidd…
 
Linda Hengerer talks with author Barbara Barrett. To avoid a midlife crisis, Barbara Barrett wrote fiction at night while still employed in human resources for Iowa State Government. After releasing eleven full-length romance novels and two novellas, she turned to the cozy mystery genre, having discovered it years before when pregnant with her firs…
 
Love them or hate them (and so many parents seem to fall in the latter camp), school readers are an essential part of your child’s reading journey. Megan Daley and Allison Tait dive into school readers, looking at why they’re a tool, not a destination, and how ‘learning to read’ and ‘learning to love literature’ sit side by side in your child’s rea…
 
Recorded: 1/10/2020 / Published: 08/22/2021 - In this episode of The Krypt Mayfair, the chatroom, and I, are going to spice things up and talk about some of our favorite and least favorite BDSM toys. - Call in at 865-268-4005 to leave your question or visit the Krypt at https://kuldrinskrypt.com. - Rules to Love By: ( https://inclusionwoodworks.com…
 
Vanessa Zoltan, author of the recently published Praying with Jane Eyre: Reflections on Reading as a Sacred Practice, is not your usual chaplain. She is an atheist who produces podcasts about treating Harry Potter, Twilight, and romance novels as sacred texts, and she runs pilgrimages and walking tours that explore sacred reading and writing. In th…
 
E-readers are great for accessibility and convenience, but which one is best for kids? Megan has tips for how to buy an e-reader that will integrate with your school or public library as well as book purchases. Plus, Allison shares a great writing tip for kids from bestselling author Jacqueline Harvey, and Megan has inspiring ideas for book-themed …
 
What jobs has Hannah Dennison had that inspired cozy mystery series? British-born, Hannah Dennison originally moved to Los Angeles to pursue screenwriting. She has been an obituary reporter, antique dealer, private jet flight attendant, and Hollywood story analyst. Hannah has served on numerous judging committees for Mystery Writers of America and …
 
Recorded: 12/20/2020 / Published: 08/13/2021 Call in at 865-268-4005 to leave your question or visit the Krypt at https://kuldrinskrypt.com/contact In this episode of The Krypt Mayfair, the chatroom, and I are going to dive into the little know behind the scenes aspect of the movie “Secretary” and hear what Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Spader had to…
 
“It’s a testament to [Jo Ann] Beard, a towering talent, that she ... deliver[s] a book as forceful as it is fine, leaving us both awed and unsettled.” -- New York Times review of Festival Days In this week’s episode, Eve and Julie talk to Jo Ann Beard about Festival Days, her extraordinary new collection of essays, some of which took decades to wri…
 
In this episode, Linda Hengerer talks with Amy Vansant about her two upcoming releases. Find out what "Meat Bingo" is and what it has to do with Pineapple Cruise, and how Pineapple Circus came to have a circus setting. USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author Amy Vansant has written over 20 books, including the fun, thrilling Shee McQue…
 
In this episode of Tart Words, Linda Hengerer talks about Dick Francis’s book Trial Run, and how he uses setting to emphasize the story, shows how societal expectations affect actions, and how to build characters for story. It was first published in the United States in 1978 by Berkley Books and is now available in ebook editions. Description from …
 
MINI EPISODE: Need help easing anxieties? Or resisting your cravings for sugar? Julie does. For this week’s episode, she sought help from neuroscientist Judson Brewer, author of Unwinding Anxiety: New Science Shows How to Break the Cycles of Worry and Fear to Heal Your Mind and The Craving Mind: From Cigarettes to Cellphones to Love--Why We Get Hoo…
 
Recorded: 12/20/2020 / Published: 8/03/2021 In this episode of The Krypt Mayfair, the chatroom, and I are going to discuss the joys of adult movies and 2 articles about the latest screw-up by the adult website Pornhub. Call in at 865-268-4005 to leave your question or visit the Krypt at https://kuldrinskrypt.com. - Rules to Love By: ( https://inclu…
 
What exactly goes on at a book launch and why would you take your kids to one? Megan and Allison take you inside the secrets of book launches and look at how to find them and who should attend (spoiler: everyone). Plus, Allison has a very quick but important tip for kids who’d love to write better, and Megan shares three new books she loves (one of…
 
Join me for the first themed Tart Words podcast week. It begins Monday with an encore presentation of Emilya Naymark's episode. Wednesday's Tart Thoughts are about Trial Run, Dick Francis's novel set mainly in Moscow. End the week on Friday with a recipe for Pryaniki, Russian spice cookies, which are easy and delicious. Emilya Naymark’s debut novel…
 
What’s it like to see stories through the eyes of a visual artist? Marla Frazee, multiple award-winning children’s book author and illustrator, shares her vision in a captivating conversation with Eve and Julie. The recipient of two Caldecott Honors and the Boston Globe Horn Book Award, Marla knew that she wanted to become an illustrator before she…
 
In this episode of Tart Words, Suzanne Fox and Linda Hengerer are discussing Mary Stewart’s book The Ivy Tree and how she uses Brat Farrar, Josephine Tey’s fictional take on a real-life situation, to guide the reader in one direction before taking them somewhere else. It was first published in 1961 by Hodder & Stoughton and is now available in eboo…
 
This week Allison and Megan are tackling one of the most popular Bingo questions ever – choosing books for advanced readers aged 7+. Allison raves about a book for 14-year-old boys, as well as a new picture book, while Megan has a couple of non-fiction books kids will love. Plus, writing books for teens and simple Book Week costumes for kids. Read …
 
In this episode, Linda Hengerer talks with Neil Plakcy about writing, his many writing projects, and his writing process. Neil S. Plakcy is the author of over fifty gay romance, gay mystery and adventure, and cozy mystery novels. His eclectic work career includes stints in shopping mall construction, web development, and computer game producing. He…
 
In this episode of Tart Words, Suzanne Fox and Linda Hengerer are discussing Mary Stewart’s book Thunder on the Right and how she uses omniscient point of view, how her protagonist differs from her usual protagonist, and why we think this might have been the first book Mary Stewart wrote. It was first published in 1957 by Hodder & Stoughton and is …
 
“My people are from Wisconsin. We used to be from New York. We had a little real estate problem.”--Charlie Hill, comedian and member of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin. In this week’s episode, Julie and Eve talk to comedian, writer, and actor Adrianne Chalepah and comedy historian Kliph Nesteroff about Native Americans and comedy. An enrolled member…
 
Love it or hate it, Book Week is coming. Whether you’re a parent/carer, teacher, librarian, author or other interested party, CBCA Book Week (23-27 August) is fast approaching. With feet in several camps, Megan and Allison share their tips for taking the fuss out of Book Week so you can focus on the fun. Plus, Allison has tips for kids on how to wr…
 
Linda Hengerer talks with Alan Orloff, whose latest YA thriller I Play One on TV came out from Down & Out Books on July 19, 2021. Alan Orloff won an ITW Thriller Award for his novel, PRAY FOR THE INNOCENT, and he won a Derringer Award for his short story, “Dying in Dokesville.” He’s also had novels shortlisted for the Agatha Award and Shamus Award,…
 
The Baby-Sitters Club. You may know the books, but do you know their story? David Levithan--Editorial Director at Scholastic; Founding Editor of Scholastic’s PUSH imprint; and New York Times bestselling author of 23 books, including Boy Meets Boy, Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist (co-written with Rachel Cohn), and, most recently, The Mysterious Dis…
 
Choosing the perfect book gift for a special occasion can be fraught, particularly if you don’t know the young reader very well. Megan and Allison share their go-to books to gift kids of all ages – right up until they leave home. Plus, kids often ask Allison how they’ll know if their writing is ‘good enough’ – she shares her own thoughts and some f…
 
Recorded: 12/06/2020 / Published: 7/12/2020 Call in at 865-268-4005 to leave your question or visit the Krypt at https://kuldrinskrypt.com. In this episode of The Krypt Mayfair, the chatroom, and I are going to discuss another article published by Cosmopolitan about BDSM switches - Rules to Love By: ( https://inclusionwoodworks.com ) 1: Safe, sane,…
 
Linda Hengerer talks with Raquel V. Reyes, who writes stories with Latina characters. Her Cuban-American heritage, Miami, and the Caribbean feature prominently in her work. Raquel is a co-chair for SleuthFest. Her short stories can be found in the Malice Domestic anthology, Murder Most Theatrical and in the 2021 crime fiction anthology, Midnight Ho…
 
Episode summary: In the great push for diversifying kidlit, there’s a major category missing from the call for change, fat people. Where are all the fat people in picture books? Today we break down fat representation, or lack thereof in picture books and where we need to be. Topics discussed in this episode: -Topic 1 #Librarianfightclub [0:54] -Top…
 
We’ll take book recommendations for $1,000, please! In a first for Book Dreams, Eve and Julie have teamed up with Brookes May--host of the podcast Books with Brookes--to play a game they’re officially calling “You Want Me to Read What?” The rules are simple: Eve, Julie, and Brookes assign each other off-the-beaten-path books and then reconvene to s…
 
It’s NAIDOC Week (4-11 July 2021) and Megan has been hard at work curating a list of amazing books by First Nations authors and illustrators for kids of all ages! She and Allison share some of their faves, plus they have a secret hobby to confess. Allison’s tips are all about creating remarkable characters and Megan examines the power of rhyme. Rea…
 
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