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In this podcast, Greenleaf Book Group CEO Tanya Hall discusses all things book publishing, from how to write your book and build your author brand to getting your book into book retailers. Each episode will feature an expert guest, including editors, designers, publicists, and branding strategists.
 
A bite-sized, behind the scenes show on what happens before and after your book’s publication date. Join Vanessa Campos and Dr. Jennifer Dorsey as they answer ALL your book publishing questions and deep-dives into the nitty gritty process of writing, designing, and marketing , social media marketing and marketing strategy for business owners. Learn more about us at www.broadbookgroup.com
 
A group of smart, funny friends meet together every week to talk about the book they’re reading—a book that just so happens to be incredibly buzzy and in the zeitgeist because it has an adaptation coming up on the big screen or via streaming. Because when everyone at work is talking about it, we want to be the smug ones who can say we actually read the book first. Hosted by Dana Schwartz, Jennifer Wright, Korama Danquah, Melissa Hunter, and Tien Tran. New episodes every Monday!
 
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Entertaining, actionable advice on craft, productivity and creativity for writers in all genres, hosted by Jessica Lahey (freelancer, essayist and NYT best-selling author of "The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Children Can Succeed", KJ Dell'Antonia (NYT contributor and former editor; her novel, The Chicken Sisters, debuts in June 2020, How to Be a Happier Parent is available now) and Sarina Bowen (USA today best-selling author of more than 30 romance novels).
 
Join the 3D Coaching team at our virtual pub where you can listen to conversations with coaching authors, thought leaders and people using a coaching approach at the grass roots. In addition, you‘ll find our virtual book group and conversations on ethics that can be used as part of the ethics requirements for ICF and other professional coaching bodies. Become a regular by signing up on iTunes, Spotify or podbean. Hosts: Claire Pedrick MCC and Su Blanch ACC
 
Every month we'll be reading and discussing books that we believe push us to be inquisitive and give us a better understanding of society today. Hosted by multimedia journalist Diyora Shadijanova (@thediyora on Twitter and Instagram), the podcast features one book every month and will be released in two-part episodes. Part one is a group discussion of the book and part two is an interview with the author of the chosen book. Join in the conversation by sending in your thoughts, comments, and ...
 
We are a book group podcast, looking at a new genre each week. We enjoy a beverage that matches the theme of the episode, we talk about some books we like with our Guest Hosts, and we share resources for finding more books. We work in a library system, and many of our guests work in libraries - so we have a lot of fun books to share! Grab a beverage, and let's start talking about books!
 
Every day, hundreds of people meet in pubs, clubs and front rooms to discuss books. The reading group has become one of the biggest cultural phenomena of our age, but because it takes place in private, it often goes unnoticed. Every fortnight, writer William Shaw goes to eavesdrop on a different book group.
 
For many years now, Afterthoughts has been a sort of intellectual watering hole for classical, Charlotte Mason homeschooling mamas. At Afterthoughts, we have spent over a decade nourishing our minds on theology, educational philosophy, and a million other books and subjects thrown in – all the while bringing these ideas into a direct collision course with our daily lives. As an audio companion, this podcast is a chance to hear Afterthoughts blog posts rather than read them. Couple that with ...
 
This book club is a group of friends sitting around a table once a month. Reading some of the best paper back novels, ever published. We only read the very best written by the best minds in literature. If you like incredible stories with amazing characters, then this podcast is for you. Be warned there be spoilers pasted this point. We are going to be talking about the plots and events in the books we read fill free to play along. At the end of each episode we recommend books. Then we announ ...
 
A weekly show all about audiobooks recorded at the RNIB Talking Book studios. We talk to your favourite authors and narrators, along with reviews and news about new audiobooks. Presented by Red Szell in Camden and produced by Robert Kirkwood in Glasgow, you'll find a new episode here every Friday at 1pm plus bonus content such as longer uncut interviews and episodes of our occasional extra show, The Book Group. Talking Books is a free service from RNIB giving access to over 30,000 fiction an ...
 
Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book study of Experience, Strength, and Hope. Please join us on Thursdays for my homegroup, Northstar Big Book Group: 7 pm EST (ZOOM) ID: 862-3132-5985 Pass: 1279 and follow on FB at Northstar Big Book Group-Cleveland, Ohio Also, check out my new podcast: In Your Corner Divorce (a podcast about co-parenting and focusing on the Northstar-the kids). And my memoir: Seconds and Inches (available on Amazon, Audible, Barnes & Noble, Apple, and anywhere else you can imagine ...
 
Comic Geek Speak is the best podcast about comic books for fans and new readers alike. Put together by a group of life-long comic geeks, it's 4-5 hours a week of comic book history, current comic news, and a general look at the industry. In addition to all the latest in comics talk, the show also features creator interviews, listener responses, contests, and trivia, lots of trivia. So listen in and experience all the joys of a Wednesday afternoon at the comic shop, from the comfort of your o ...
 
Two friends and the occasional guest take listeners on a chapter-by-chapter exploration of the stories of J.R.R. Tolkien by treating them as sacred texts worthy of close study. One is a relative newcomer and one has been calling herself a hobbit since the age of 8. Each week, we will cover a chapter through a different motif and use sacred practices to dive deep into the lore of Middle Earth.
 
Over 80% of Americans want to write a book, yet less than one percent ever succeed. Why is that? People often believe the task is too daunting, or they put off getting started. Well, we are here to tell you that it can be done! We will show you how to write, publish, and promote your new book! Each episode is an interview with a newly published author who shares their tips and suggestions on how you can publish the book of your dreams. If this podcast is not what you are seeking, please shar ...
 
Shelf Importance is a comedy book club podcast that masterfully blends sensibility with vulgarity. Four friends meet every two weeks to discuss the current book they're reading as a group. We began meeting during the 2020 quarantine as a way to keep ourselves sane. Along the way, one of us found out they had a long-lost brother, so he joined as well so we could figure out if he secretly wanted to murder them. We've been streaming as a vidcast since early 2021. In addition to subscribing to t ...
 
Welcome to Recovery Jam, a group of compulsive eaters in recovery. We love the Big Book, we believe that miracles still exist, and we believe that God launches search-and-rescue missions for us addicts. 💕 (Recovery Jam is not affiliated with Overeaters Anonymous or any other organization.)
 
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FaithWords, a division of Hachette Book Group, is a top publisher of books and resources for the Christian inspirational market. Our bestselling authors include Joel Osteen, Joyce Meyer, and T.D. Jakes. Our books regularly appear on the New York Times and other national bestseller lists while inspiring millions of readers worldwide. Based near Nashville, Tennessee, FaithWords has sold over 60 million books since its founding 2001. Join us for our podcast where we’ll be discussing relevant to ...
 
This group project is a collection of 43 fairy tales (both old and new), folk lore, myths and real life stories by a variety of authors, brought together by writer Fanny E Coe. They are mostly short and are fun to read and tell to children and most teach valuable lessons about life. (Summary by Phil Chenevert)
 
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In our 100th episode, Claire talks with her own coaching supervisor Fiona Adamson, and Fiona's co-author Jane Brendgen about their new book Mindfulness-Based Relational Supervision: Mutual Learning and Transformation What is supervision anyway - and another perspective on the importance of being human in coaching. Contact Fiona and Jane: Fiona Adam…
 
Jeff and Rebecca continue their annual tradition of responding to listener recommendation requests. Follow the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify. The show can also be found on Stitcher. This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Discussed in this episode: How We Got to No…
 
Molly talks with Robert Dugoni about his stunning new novel, The World Played Chess. They also talk about the Vietnam war, writing, and how the story for the book came to be. https://www.robertdugonibooks.com Order "The World Played Chess" from an independent bookseller at this link: bookshop.org/a/10588/9781542029377 or at Amazon right here amzn.t…
 
Since the list of December releases is on the lean side this year, Shannon, Stacy, Sara, and Georgina decide to discuss some of their favorite romance tropes rather than look at new releases. This episode is chock full of recommendations, so a full list can be found on the Book Bistro facebook page. You can always contact the Book Bistro team by se…
 
This week we’re reflecting on the regenerative power of nature. Salley Vickers discusses her new novel 'The Gardener' and how it grew out of her long affinity with trees and gardens. Environmentalist Mark Lynas gives us 'Our Final Warning' about climate change and outlines the bitter harvest we will reap if we ignore it. Ellie Marsh goes digging in…
 
Our guest on this episode has a problem—a good problem, yes. An enviable problem even. One that she herself is delighted to have: she’s sold a non-fiction book on proposal. And now she has to write it. 60,000 words, researched, organized and ready for the editor while also fitting in her day job, raising 3 kids with her partner and all of the other…
 
Diyora Shadijanova (https://twitter.com/thediyora) speaks to the author of ‘Breathtaking: the UK's human story of Covid’ - Dr Rachel Clarke (https://twitter.com/doctor_oxford). They discuss why she felt the need to cover the pandemic in the early stages, how the Governments non-action has impacted the NHS, and the lasting effects the 2020 and the o…
 
THIS IS A TRUE STORY.An author goes on a book tour for his new bestseller Hell of a Book - which, as people keep telling him, is one hell of a book.THIS IS A COMING-OF-AGE STORY.One morning, he meets The Kid - a young Black boy who looks just like the one on the news who was shot by the police. And The Kid wants him to tell his story.THIS IS A SAD …
 
Thank you for joining us on the seventh season of our Reader’s Advisory podcast! We have more genres to discuss, new books to recommend, and we’re so glad you’re here to join us. We always enjoy our book group podcast, and we hope you do, too! Our organization is the Central Minnesota Libraries Exchange. At CMLE, we work with all types of libraries…
 
Today Claire is talking with Josephine Knowles who emailed info@3dcoaching.com with a question: I would love to reflect on how coaching can be useful in terms of power and powerlessness and working with those facing survival sex/sexual exploitation So we said come to The Coaching Inn and let’s talk… Jose is also a teacher of Argentinian Tango so th…
 
This episode is an author interview, Lecia Cornwall, is today's guest. There are no releases discussed this week. You can always contact the Book Bistro team by searching @BookBistroPodcast on facebook, or visiting: https://www.facebook.com/BookBistroPodcast/ You can also send an email to: TheBookBistroPodcast@gmail.com For more information on the …
 
We're finally finished reading "House of Leaves" by Mark Z Danielewski, but we're still talking about it. In this episode, we discuss the last section of the book, give our ratings, read 1-star reviews, and present our casting for if this were to be a film (a first for the podcast). Sensibility is mostly out the window.…
 
Gather round the table, grab a turkey leg, some cranberry sauce, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy. and dig in to our festive treat to you, the listeners. As this year, Murd and Ian celebrate with the one, the only, Uncle Sal Abbinanti! As usual, this episode is very much not for the kids and the episode itself is raw and uncensored, but we go ov…
 
Join us for another convention wrap up episode, this time concerning this year's Baltimore Comic Con! Bill and Steve attended and had the pleasure of Jon Runyan of A Comic Book Look podcast joining them as their roommate for the weekend ... AND he joins us again for this episode! Listen in as we hear about encounters with creators, panels attended,…
 
Jeff and Rebecca talk about the 2021 National Book Award winners, Barnes & Noble’s Book of the Year, Spotify buying an audiobook company, and The Sentence by Louise Erdrich. Follow the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify. The show can also be found on Stitcher. Discussed in this episode: Adaptation Nation Last call for the 2021 Fall Previe…
 
This week, Shannon, Brooke, and Kristeen discuss books centered around family drama. Titles mentioned include: J. Courtney Sullivan, Saints for All Occasions Lisa Jackson, The Third Grave (Savannah #4) Liane Moriarty, Apples Never Fall Saumya Dave, What a Happy Family Stephanie Gangi, Carry the Dog Kathryn Hughes, The Secret Taylor Jenkins Reid, Ma…
 
This week we’re all at sea! I discuss a mysterious case of people who can change into seals at the full moon, with author Melanie Golding. Ellie Marsh goes behind the scenes to explore 'The North Water' with its author Ian McGuire. Robert Kirkwood drops in on the recording of 'The Shark and The Albatross' with wildlife film maker John Aitcheson. An…
 
Hi all! Jess here. I met performer and voice educator Cate Frazier-Neely through a mutual friend earlier this year, at a Sungazer concert. I was at the concert because my son is a massive fan of Sungazer bassist and YouTuber Adam Neely and Cate was there because she’s Adam Neely’s mom. When the topic of conversation turned away from my son’s hero w…
 
WATCH ON YOUTUBE (with cool visuals): https://youtu.be/j48hHK6TUd0 Episode 4 of A BEGINNER’S GUIDE to Writing a Novel gives you tips on how to create real and empathetic characters: Keep your cast small. Make every character physically and emotionally unique. Make sure readers can find the right button on the microwave. Use simple tags to remind yo…
 
Molly talks to crime author Stephanie Kane for the third time, breaking a Read Between The Lines record! They chat all about her new book Object Lessons, writing thrillers, and Stephanie's process. OBJECT LESSONS: When Adam and Eve Castle bring their miniature dioramas to Denver to train cops in crime-scene investigation, a string of baffling murde…
 
Thank you for joining us on this season of our Reader’s Advisory book group podcast! It’s always better when you are here with us to talk about books. We have more genres to discuss, new books to recommend, and we’re so glad you’re here to join us. We always enjoy our book group podcast, and we hope you do, too! Our full show notes, with links to b…
 
Today Claire is talking with coach Nicky Chambers who emailed info@3dcoaching.com with some lovely feedback, and a question: What are your thoughts on sensing, and on intuition? So we said come to The Coaching Inn and let’s talk… Some links The video that got Nicky thinking Liquid Leadership and John and Johannes are on our Coaching Presence Playli…
 
This episode begins with an author interview, Lexie Elliott, is today's guest. Following is your guide to new books released the week of November 16, 2021 You can always contact the Book Bistro team by searching @BookBistroPodcast on facebook, or visiting: https://www.facebook.com/BookBistroPodcast/ You can also send an email to: TheBookBistroPodca…
 
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