Emily Goudy shares why she and her husband co-founded the nonprofit Taking a Shot at Breast Cancer and how the groups supports those facing a breast cancer diagnosis.
Join us for a fun conversation about bad perms, perfectionism, and beauty magazines and the constantly changing season of adolescence.
Robert Bathurst, British actor and stage performer, shares his work as narrator of Louse Penny's The Madness of Crowds and many other Inspector Gamache novels.
Christina Erteszek's parents wanted her to write their life stories. It took over 20 years for her to piece together their separate accounts and complete her memoir which includes their immigrant history and pursuit of the American Dream.
After a summer of having their people nearby, many dogs need help adjusting to changes in their routines that happens when kids head back-to-school.
Liza Nash Taylor tells a masterful story in her book, In All Good Faith, weaving together true historical events and compelling characters.
Becca Ehrlich discovered an abundant life by clearing away the clutter and finding out what truly matters.
Commonly referred to as a "race riot", David Zucchino explores the truth about what happened in Wilmington, North Carolina in 1898.