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The Bookshop at the End of the Internet

The Bookshop at the End of the Internet is a podcast dedicated to helping book lovers discover new authors. Like any good bookshop, this podcast features a wide variety of books by the equally varied and interesting authors who felt compelled to write them. Stacey Horan, author and book lover, is the host of The Bookshop at the End of the Internet. Her interviews give you a chance to meet wonderful writers and discover your next must-read book. Listen to the authors describe their books and tell you their own stories in their own words. This podcast features books from all genres and authors from all walks of life, including those who are indie published, as well as those published by small presses and large publishing houses. Looking for unique, not-so-easy to find books for yourself, a friend or a book club? Tune in to this podcast and find your newest favorite author or maybe a soon-to-be bestseller. This podcast, like all the best bookshops, is filled with all kinds of books and all kinds of authors. There is something for everyone here. Tune in, browse around, find a new author and discover a new favorite book. You never know what treasures you might find in The Bookshop at the End of the Internet.

Jul 1, 2020

Author Nancy B. Kennedy discusses her new middle grade book, Women Win the Vote: 19 for the 19th Amendment. It features biographies of 19 women who helped pave the way for passage of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote. In 2017, a friend mentioned to Nancy that 2020 would mark the 100th anniversary...


Jun 24, 2020

Author Eileen Meyer discusses her children’s picture book, The Superlative A. Lincoln: Poems About Our 16th President. Eileen has written charming poems expressing Abraham Lincoln’s superlative nature: He was our tallest president, the president who was the best wrestler, the best storyteller and the only president...


Jun 17, 2020

Author Liz Tolsma discusses her book, The Green Dress, a romantic suspense novel based on the true crimes of Sarah Jane Robinson in the 1880s. Mrs. Robinson poisoned several family members to collect on their insurance policies, and Liz weaves those crimes into her own thrilling tale as part of Barbour Publishing’s...


Jun 10, 2020

Author Annette Whipple discusses her nonfiction children’s books—The Story of the Wright Brothers: A Biography for New Readers; Whooo Knew? The Truth about Owls; and The Laura Ingalls Wilder Companion: A Chapter-by-Chapter Guide to the Little House books. Annette’s motto is “facts are fun,” so it’s no...


Jun 3, 2020

Author Linh Nguyen-Ng discusses her latest book, Dragons N’ Antibodies, a story that takes an esoteric look at DNA and proposes the question, “What if DNA were magic?”. It follows a scientist who is on a desperate quest to find a cure for his own daughter’s terminal illness, and his search takes him to the...