Sarah Ward discusses her debut LGBTQ+ YA novel, AESOP LAKE, writing a story for allies, why people don’t abandon toxic belief systems, and more!
Anne Wheaton stops by to talk about her new picture book, PIGGY AND PUG, self-publishing a picture book with a huge social media presence, found families, spreading kindness on Twitter, and more.
Despite this being our 50th episode extravaganza and a slightly different format from what you’re used to, we think this is a good time to reflect on some positive things in the world.
Aaron, Rich, and Alex take a breather to gather their thoughts over the Easter weekend to reflect on the past 45 episodes, and do a little Q&A so that you can learn more about who they are.
Author Lisa Lueddecke discusses her Young Adult fantasy novel, A SHIVER OF SNOW AND SKY, the origins of its fairy tale-esque story, what draws her to the Young Adult demographic, writing three-dimensional characters, successfully juggling multiple POVs, and the necessity of enthusiastic beta readers.