Ep 240: Saving the world, one series at a time
Reader and author KJ Dell’Antonia picked up a lot of the wrong books during a difficult time in her life, and those experiences changed her perspective on a hotly debated literary topic: trigger warnings. She talks with Anne about that shift, moving beyond bedtime reading, covert audiobook operations, and how mystery novels could save your local bookstore…
Content warning — in this episode, KJ and Anne talk about cancer, specifically breast cancer. It’s not the whole episode, and the conversation doesn’t go into detail, but we want you to be awarebefore diving in.
Click over to the podcast website for a list of books mentioned in this episode:http://whatshouldireadnextpodcast.com/240
Anne had the pleasure of joining KJ and her cohost Jess Lahey recently on their podcast #AmWriting
KJ’s new novel The Chicken Sisters comes out on July 28.
KJ’s website: kjdellantonia.com
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