Anything Is Possible, interview with author Thomas Bahler

Author Thomas Bahler called in to talk about his book, Anything is Possible, a work of historical fiction.  About Anything is possible: A thought-provoking modern treasure, the life of the great philosopher and teacher Æsop is explored for the first time ever in a brilliantly crafted historical fiction. To find out more about Thomas or to buy the book, check […]

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Lost Girls, interview with author Robert Kolker

Lost Girls

Robert Kolker called in to discuss his bestselling novel, Lost Girls.  It is the true story of an unsolved murder. About Lost Girls: Robert Kolker delivers a haunting and humanizing account of the true-life search for a serial killer still at large on Long Island, in a compelling tale of unsolved murder and Internet prostitution. About Robert Kolker: Robert Kolker is […]

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Journey of Heroes, interview with author Stacey Hayashi

Journey of Heroes

Another of Cat’s finds from San Diego Comic-Con International was author Stacey Hayashi.  She called in to discuss her graphic novel, Journey of Heroes: the story of the 100th Infantry Battalion and 442nd Regimental Combat Team. More information can be found on their official website.  You can also follow them on Facebook. About Journey of Heroes: JOURNEY OF HEROES: the Story […]

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Drama High, interview with author Michael Sokolove

Cover of Drama High

As a drama major, I was drawn to the story in Drama High by Michael Sokolove.  It follows several students through an inspiring teachers final years before retirement in a small town in Pennsylvania. About Drama High: “Friday Night Lights Meets Glee—the incredible and true story of an extraordinary drama teacher who has changed the lives of thousands of students […]

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Some Nerve, interview with author Patty Chang Anker

One of my favorite books that came out this year was Some Nerve by Patty Chang Anker.  She is inspiring because she challenges people to take on the little every day fears that can really become disabling over time.  Patty called in to chat with us all about her book. About Some Nerve: “Inspired and inspiring, Some Nerve draws on […]

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Living On Air: Adventures in Broadcasting, interview with author Joe Cipriano

Joe Cipriano

The legend himself, Joe Cipriano, called in to tell us all about his book, Living On Air, Adventures in Broadcasting.  Most likely you are more familiar with his voice than you think you are! About Living on Air: “Living On Air takes you on a charming and funny adventure from small town radio to network television, the Emmys, Grammys, game […]

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Fosse, interview with author Sam Wasson

Author Sam Wasson called the show to tell us all about his newest book, Fosse, a biography of the famous choreographer.  He was a lot of fun to chat with. About Fosse: “More than a quarter-century after his death, Bob Fosse’s fingerprints  on popular culture remain indelible. The only person ever to win Oscar,  Emmy, and Tony awards in the […]

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Angel Falling, interview with author Jeff Kaufman

Angel Falling Graphic Novel

Jeff Kaufman is an author of graphic novels.  His newest is titled Angel Falling and it features an autistic hero.  He called us to tell us about the book and his campaign for autism awareness. About Angel Falling: “When Angel awakens atop a dumpster, half-naked with no memory of who she is, it doesn’t take long to figure out that she’s […]

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The Sonoma Police Report, interview with author Josh Farrell

My good friend and SVHS alumn, Josh Farrell, put together a book combining actual stories from the Sonoma Index Tribune’s police blotter and personal accounts from several locals.  If you look closly, you’ll even see a yarn spun by me.  My name has been changed to protect the innocent.  Yes I mean me.  Hear Josh tell us all about his […]

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