Write Reads #14 The Widow Tree by Nicole Lundrigan

Lundrigan, The Widow TreeIf you want to hear Tania and Kirt gushing over a book, this is the episode for you. We don’t devolve into actual fawning, but it’s close. Also, we announce that next month, for our non-fiction pick, there will be Blood by Lawrence Hill.

Other books discussed in this podcast:

Red Rising by Pierce Brown
Olympos by Dan Simmons                                                           The River Swimmer by Jim Harrison                                     Every Day Is Like Sunday and
Welcome to the Working Week by Paul Vlitos                         Sex Criminals series by Matt Fraction

A Wizard of Earthsea by Ursula K. LeGuin                                                                              Glass Boys by Nicole Lundrigan                                                                                                       The Juggler’s Children by Carolyn Abraham

Don’t give us any static over the static (or the hum (or the crackle)). I don’t know what was going on with the equipment that day. – Kirt

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