Thoughts from a Page Podcast

Welcome to Thoughts from a Page Podcast where I interview authors and other individuals in the publishing industry about the latest and greatest books and trends in the industry. Listen to find some great new reads!

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 30m. Bisher sind 285 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle 3 Tage erscheint eine Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 6 days 9 hours 34 minutes


episode 285: Interview with Barbara Mujica - MISS DEL RIO

In this interview, Barbara and I discuss Miss Del Rio, telling Dolores Del Rio's story, weaving history into her story and all the details she couldn't include, Charlie Chaplin, the Golden Age of Hollywood, the process for coming up with the title and cover, and much more. Barbara's recommended reads are: Returning from Silence by Michele Sarde Derma in a Suitcase by Domnica Radulescu Beyond the Time of Words by Marjorie Agosin L.A...



episode 284: Interview with Anne Bogel - Author, Blog Creator, and Podcaster

In this Behind the Scenes interview, Anne Bogel and I chat about the space she has carved out in the book world, how she originally got started with her blog and then her podcast, creating a format for her podcast What Should I Read Next?, helping readers learn how to identify what didn't work about a book for them personally, whether she ever DNFs a book, how books get on her radar, and much more. Anne's recommended reads are: Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver Platonic by Marisa G...



episode 283: Interview with Ann Davila Cardinal - THE STORYTELLER'S DEATH

In this interview, Ann and I discuss The Storyteller's Death, how the book is a love letter to Puerto Rico and her family there, the importance of including the sense of smell when creating an immersive setting, why she set the book in the 1970s, her incredible opening sentence, magical realism as a symbol of hope, and much more...



episode 282: Interview with Kristina McMorris - THE WAYS WE HIDE

In this interview, Kristina and I discuss The Ways We Hide, including MI-9 in her book and why people are so much less familiar with it, how the game of Monopoly was used as spy craft, her Book Club Guide online, the highlight of writing this book, all of the research she conducted, and much more...



episode 281: Interview with Elyssa Friedland - THE MOST LIKELY CLUB

In this interview, Elyssa and I discuss The Most Likely Club, her inspiration for this book, incorporating 90s nostalgia, how she tackled drafting four distinct women, the highlight of writing this book, which character she identifies with the most, and much more. Elyssa's recommended reads are: Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus Support the podcast by becoming a Page Turner on Patreon.  Other ways to support the podcast can be found here...



episode 280: Interview with Mark Pryor - DIE AROUND SUNDOWN

In this interview, Mark and I discuss Die Around Sundown, his fascination with World Wars 1 and 2, why he sets his books in Paris, his own experiences with misophonia, the easiest and hardest characters to write in this book, including Pablo Picasso in Die Around Sundown, and much more. Mark’s recommended reads are: Razorblade Tears by SA Cosby The Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larsen Support the podcast by becoming a Page Turner on Patreon.  Other ways to support the podcast can be found here...



episode 279: Interview with Angie Cruz - HOW NOT TO DROWN IN A GLASS OF WATER

In this interview, Angie and I discuss How Not to Drown in a Glass of Water, how humor can help a difficult situation, the importance of storytelling, how she decided on the book's unique format, visiting a psychic as part of her research, and much more. Angie's recommended reads are: The Man Who Could Move Clouds by Ingrid Rojas Contreras Roses, in the Mouth of a Lion by Bushra Rehman Support the podcast by becoming a Page Turner on Patreon.  Other ways to support the podcast can be found here...



episode 278: Mary Webber O'Malley and Pamela Klinger-Horn - Their Favorite Fall 2022 Reads

Mary and Pamela join me to discuss their recommended reads for Fall 2022. Mary's selections: Didn’t Nobody Give a Shit What Happened to Carlotta - James Hannaham People Person - Candice Carty-Williams  The Matchmaker’s Gift – Lynda Cohen Loigman  The Book Hater’s Book Club – Gretchen Anthony  The Last Dreamwalker – Rita Woods Other Birds – Sarah Addison Allen  Solito – Javier Zamora  The Storyteller’s Death – Ann Davila Cardinal  When We Were Sisters – Fatimah Asghar Such a Pretty Girl – T...



episode 277: Interview with Deanna Raybourn - KILLERS OF A CERTAIN AGE

In this interview, Deanna and I discuss Killers of a Certain Age, where the idea for this book originated, writing a contemporary story, how creating this story differed from creating the Veronica Speedwell books, the title she wanted for the book, how society's perception of aging has changed in the last several decades, and much more...



episode 276: Interview with Kerrie Hansler - Co-founder, Sweet Reads Box

In this interview, Kerrie and I chat about her company Sweet Reads Box, how and why she started the business, how Sweet Reads decides what books to select for each box and then subsequently the items to go with the book, what makes her company stand out from the other book subscription services, how the business sources feedback, and much more...


 2022-09-03  38m