Turn the Page Podcast
Episode Fifty Eight: Madeleine Berg - Berg is a Syosset resident, a local nutritionist and the author of OMG! You thing I'm fat!?! stops by to talk about what NOT to say to your children regarding weight, nutrition and body image.
Episode Fifty Seven - Donna Rosenblum - Nassau Boces Director Donna Rosenblum stops by to discuss her mission in libraries, philanthropy, and the impact of pop culture on our lives.
Episode Fifty Six - Part 1 - Annalee Newitz - Anna Newitz discusses Future of Another Timeline, a novel about two factions of time travelers that are battling to perser ve or erase the impact of the women's movement.
Episode Fifty Six - Part 2 - Sarah Pinsker - Sarah Pinsker joins us to talk about A Song For a New Day, a look at a dystopian future where public gatherings are outlawed, and musicians must break the law to give their passionate fans the thrill of...
Episode Fifty Five - Part 1- Riley Sager - Riley Sager discusses his most recent book, about a young woman who believes she has found the house sitting job of her dreams -- until it becomes a nightmare she could never have fathomed.
Episode Fifty Five - Part 2- Melissa de la Cruz - Melissa de la Cruz shares the twisty story of Ellie Stinson's 40th birthday bash in The Birthday Girl, a slow burn that will leave you guessing until all of the candles have been blown out.
Episode Fifty Four A - Kristan Higgins - Kristan Higgins talks about Life and Other Inconveniences, a book about the relationship between a black sheep granddaughter and the blue-blooded grandmother who raised her. -
Episode Fifty Four B - Clare Mackintosh - Clare Mackintosh, joins us to discuss After the End, her heartbreaking novel about two parents who must make an impossible choice.
Episode Fifty Three: Alisa Stern - For over 50 years, Doctor Who has delighted fans of British Science Fiction. Alisa Stern is an animator who turned her love of the show into an endearing stop motion animation series.
Episode Fifty Two - Part 1 - Renee Rosen discusses Park Avenue Summer, a novel which has been described at Mad Men meets The Devil Wears Prada.