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Write Around the Corner, Season 7 books

This series, produced by Blue Ridge PBS and hosted by Rose Martin, features writers who are from Virginia or who write about Virginia.

Recorded on location, each half hour interview delves into the stories behind the stories.

Check the schedule for additional times

Tuesdays @ 7:30pm

COMING UP ON ON SEASON 7

February 27 - Amanda Cockrell
Author Amanda Cockrell talks with us about, Coyote Weather, a novel that takes readers on a journey to the turbulent 1960s in California.

March 5 - Louis Bayard 
We explore the early life of Jackie Kennedy Onasis before she was a Kennedy and before she was Jackie O when we talk with Louis Bayard about his work of historical fiction, Jackie and Me. 

March 12 - Katharine Schellman 
Mystery and history are the topic today as we visit with Katherine Shellman to talk about her Nightingale series that takes gives readers a peak into the world of a 1920s New York speakeasy.

March 19 - Brendan Slocumb 
Classical musician and author Brendan Slocumb is our guest to talk about his page turner, Symphony of Secrets. Once you read this book, you'll never look at music the same.  

March 26 - Elle Cosimano 
We talk with New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Elle Cosimano about her Finlay Donovan series that’s full of murder, mystery and big dose of humor. 

Much More to Come!!

WATCH EPISODES ONLINE!

Episode #705 - Amanda Cockrell

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Author Amanda Cockrell talks with us about, Coyote Weather, a novel that takes readers on a journey to the turbulent 1960s in California

amandacockrell.com/ 

Episode #704 - Angie Kim

Watch a bonus interview.  Plus see an extra clip about Happiness Falls.

We visit with New York Times bestseller and Edgar winner, Angie Kim. We’ll learn about why she became an author and the inspiration behind her latest novel, Happiness Falls. 

angiekimbooks.com/ 

Episode #703 - Rachel Beanland

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Rachel Beanland talks about the 1811 Richmond Theatre fire which was the inspiration behind her novel, The House is on Fire. This episode was recorded in Richmond’s Monumental Church which was built as a memorial to the victims of the fire. 

rachelbeanland.com/

Episode #702 - Roland Lazenby

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We meet up with Roland Lazenby on the basketball court at Virginia Tech to talk about his latest book, Magic: The Life of Earvin Magic Johnson

Episode #701 - Kathleen Grissom

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We go to Charlottesville to visit with New York Times best selling author Kathleen Grissom about her newest novel. Crow Mary is an enthralling historical saga inspired by the real life of an indigenous woman torn between two worlds in 19th-century North America. It's a story you won't soon forget. 

https://kathleengrissom.com/

THANK YOU TO OUR SEASON 7 SPONSOR!

The Secular Society

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