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Posted about 1 month ago by Kelly PPosted in eBooks and Audiobooks, Fiction, Nature and Travel and Nonfiction | Tagged with biography, bullying, businesspeople, gardeners, hope, Humorous Fiction, podcasts, redemption, Satire, sports stories and urban agriculture
If you aren’t already a podcast listener, it can be a little daunting to look at all the podcasts available. Here are 4 great episodes from some of my favorite podcasts to get you started.Continue Reading: 4 Episodes to Get You Hooked on Podcasts
Posted 7 months ago by Juliette HPosted in Fiction | Tagged with audiobooks, Halloween, haunting, Horror, paranormal, podcasts, spooky, supernatural and suspense
Spooky, haunting horror tales, from podcasts recommendations to audiobooks, we have you covered this Halloween season and beyond.Continue Reading: Tales and Treats: 13 Podcasts to Delight and Terrify this Halloween Season
Posted 8 months ago by Rebecca SPosted in History and Politics and Nonfiction | Tagged with essays, feminism, feminist, podcasts, popular culture, sexism, Steinem Sisters, women - social conditions and women's rights
Are you as obsessed with podcasts as we are? Are you a feminist looking for new voices that speak to issues that concern you? Well, look no further!Continue Reading: 10 Podcasts Every Feminist Should Listen To
Posted 12 months ago by Kelly PPosted in Fiction and Mysteries and Thrillers | Tagged with book club, booklists, detective, mystery and podcasts
As a librarian, this episode was a treasure trove of vetted mystery novels. The Gatekeeper features Marilyn Stasio, The Times Book Review’s Crime Columnist.Continue Reading: The Best Podcast Episode for Mystery Book Lovers
Posted about 1 year ago by Jan CPosted in Education, Fiction, Teen and Pre-Teens and Writing and Publishing | Tagged with National Poetry Month, podcasts, poetry, poetry readings, Poetry Speaks, programs, workshops and writing workshops
Find poetic inspiration during National Poetry Month.Continue Reading: 6 Ways to Celebrate National Poetry Month
Posted about 1 year ago by Allison FiscusPosted in Arts, Crafts and Hobbies, eBooks and Audiobooks, History and Politics and Nonfiction | Tagged with audiobooks, current issues, eMedia, folklore, listen, National Public Radio, nonfiction, NPR, podcasts, sports, true crime and true stories
What’s a podcast and why do my friends keep talking about them? Read on to find out how to jump onto the most informative bandwagon around.Continue Reading: Podcasts: What are They and Why Should I Care?
Posted over 3 years ago by Katie MPosted in eBooks and Audiobooks, History and Politics and Movies and Music | Tagged with criminal justice system, criminals, documentary, murders, podcasts, serial killers, true crime and TV Mini-Series
Looking for something creepy to curl up with? Just be warned, even on a bright summer day you might find yourself locking your doors and drawing the shades.Continue Reading: In The Mood For True Crime?