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  • Author Holly Peterson Discusses The Idea of Him

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    From the New York Times bestselling author of The Manny—a vibrant novel of love, life lessons, and learning to trust yourself Allie Crawford has the life she always dreamed of—she's number two at a high-profile P.R. firm; she has two kids she adores; and her husband is a blend of handsome and heroic. Wade is everything she thought a man was supposed to be—he's running a successful newsmagazine and, best of all, he provides the stable yet exciting New Yo

  • Kevin Nealon and Steve Doocy

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    Join Steve Doocy, co-host of Fox & Friends and bestselling author of Tales From the Dad Side, and Kevin Nealon, author of Yes, You're Pregnant But What About Me?, as they discuss the lighter side of fatherhood.

  • A Writer's Life: an interview with the legendary Bertrice Small

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    Bertrice Small is a legend in the Romance genre; she has penned more than 40 novels - historical romance, fantasy and erotica. (Bertrice relates that she wrote her first novel in rhyme when she was 13. It was about an Inca princess who threw herself from the heights of Macchu Picchu rather than succumb to the advances of an evil Spanish conquistador. High drama from a girl in convent school...but a taste of the sweeping plotlines that fans have come to expect from this beloved mega-bestselling

  • Library Lovefest #1

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    My debut show will feature two separate segments: First, beloved author (and librarian action figure) Nancy Pearl, HarperPerennial Publisher Carrie Kania and I will discuss bringing back classic works such as THE GREATEST THING SINCE SLICED BREAD by Don Robertson - which was originally published in 1965. The second half of this segment will feature an in-depth conversation between guest librarians and author Garth Stein whose book, THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN, is getting rave review

  • Writers on Writing II

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    The Beyond continues its series with Fangs Fur and Fey. Join authors Jocelynn Drake (NYT bestselling author of Nightwalker), Mark Henry (Happy Hour of the Damned), Jaye Wells (Red-Headed Stepchild), and Maggie Stefvater (Lament) as they discuss the craft of writing. Listeners are invited to call in to ask the panel questions LIVE or enter the chat room on the day of the show to send questions in real-time. This discussion will be moderated by Eos Executive Editor, Diana Gill.

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