In this episode, meet New York Times bestselling author John Green, author of The Anthropocene Reviewed, New York Times bestselling biographer Ronald C. White, author of Lincoln in Private, and veteran journalist Daniel Barbarisi, author of Chasing the Thrill. READ MORE
“My book is about eating snacks and being mad. I wrote my book because Iād already written one and that was pretty fun. I was inspired by revenge; I want everyone who ever doubted me or was ever mean to me to see that I have a book in bookstores and feel really bad about their own lives.”
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“Iām one of those people who has always felt this way about family. What am I doing with these people, there has to be a mistake! And as a kid I was always trying to join other families so the first family I ever wanted to join was Star Athlete Federation ācause I was a total trekkie and they had those very great, form fitting, very attractive outfits on you know, space was also cool and they were all so together, it was all so cool.”
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Lauren Graham fans rejoice! Sheās back with another bookābut this time itās not fiction. Talking as Fast as I Can is a collection of personal essays on everything from her unconventional early childhood to her successful adulthood through to, you guess it, the recent Gilmore Girls reboot.
āIāve devoted myself to stories,ā says Mara Wilson in the beginning of her new collection of essays, Where Am I Now? From childhood to adolescence to adulthood, Wilson deftly covers a range of universal life moments in an appealing and relatable voice. READ MORE