8 of the Best Inspirational Literary Podcasts for Book Lovers

Book lovers everywhere, rejoice! There are so many wonderful, literary, bookish podcasts to binge, consume and otherwise indulge that it could become overwhelming.

Podcasts for Book Lovers

Here are eight of the best book podcasts to try, everything from author interviews and conversations to book recommendations, reviews and more. Perfect for book lovers!

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8 literary podcasts for book lovers

The Literary Salon

Damian Barr’s Literary Salon tempts the world’s best writers to read exclusively from their latest greatest works and share their own personal stories. Star guests have included Bret Easton Ellis, Jojo Moyes, John Waters, Helen Fielding, Diana Athill and Louis de Bernières—all in front of a live audience at leading glamourous locations. Suave salonnière Damian Barr is your host. Don’t worry it’s not a book club—there’s no homework. Salon Selective!

I’m a Writer But

We’re writers, but…I’m a Writer But is a podcast from Lindsay Hunter and Alex Higley. We talk to writers with jobs/kids about how they make it work, or not.

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Between the Covers

Author interviews with today’s best writers—established & up-and-coming—in fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Hosted by David Naimon, Tin House & KBOO 90.7 FM, Portland, Oregon.—The Guardian’s 10 Best Book Podcasts—Book Riot’s 15 Outstanding Podcasts for Book Lovers—the most intense and awesome podcast I’ve ever been a part of—Gary Shteyngart.

Nerdette

Nerdette is a safe space for nerding out about all the things you’re watching, reading, and encountering IRL. Interviews with your favorite (or soon-to-be favorite) authors, artists, astronauts, and more.

What Should I Read Next?

What Should I Read Next? is the show for every reader who has ever finished a book and faced the problem of not knowing what to read next. Each week, Anne Bogel, of the blog Modern Mrs Darcy, interviews a reader about the books they love, the books they hate, and the books they’re reading now. Then, she makes recommendations about what to read next. The real purpose of the show is to help YOU find your next read.

Literary podcasts for book lovers

Literary Friction

A monthly conversation about books and ideas on NTS Radio hosted by friends Carrie Plitt, a literary agent, and Octavia Bright, a writer and academic. Each show features an author interview, book recommendations, lively discussion and a little music too, all built around a related theme—anything from the novella to race to masculinity. Listen live on NTS Radio.

Fully Booked

Get the ultimate insider’s scoop on the best new books. The editors at Kirkus Reviews interview your favorite authors, tell you whether or not the books on the bestseller list are worth the read, give you behind-the-scenes insights, and introduce you to great books you may otherwise never find.

Book Club for Masochists

A Readers’ Advisory Podcast about becoming better library staff by reading books we hate! Every month we read books from a new, randomly picked genre; then on the podcast we discuss our reading choices, experiences, opinions, appeal factors, and other related topics as friends and library workers. (Warning: Language)

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Book lovers everywhere, rejoice! There are so many wonderful, literary, bookish podcasts to binge, consume and otherwise indulge that it could become overwhelming. Here are eight of the best book podcasts to try in 2020, everything from author interviews and conversations to book recommendations, reviews and more.

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Want to Publish? 5 Books You Should Read First

If you’re wondering what books you should read to advance your authorship dreams then you’re in the right place.

5 Books You Should Read If You Want to Publish a Book. If you're wondering what books you should read to advance your authorship dreams then you're in the right place. These are my top five book recommendations.

These are my top five pics for laser-focused, practical advice for everything from finding your story to deciding what type of publishing to pursue. So yeah, that’s why I think these are books you should read if you want to publish a book.

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Books you should read if you want to publish a book

I’ve arranged my “books you should read” recommendations into a bit of a road map: figuring out what to write, outlining and drafting, deciding whether to self-publish or pursue traditional publishing, collaborating with other writers and influencers and getting book reviews. It’s the publishing journey if you will. The actual writing, that’s up to you.


The Creative Compass

The Creative Compass: Writing Your Way from Inspiration to Publication

This book could be for the writer who isn’t exactly sure HOW to write a book. Yes, it’s that practical. It could also be for the writer who has an idealistic outlook on what writing and publishing will be like.

Kind of a reality check without being a jerk about it.

When it comes to writing, we can develop our skills and boost our talent through thoughtful practice…. By continuing to write, we build stamina and patience, eventually exceeding our own standards to the extend that we can raise them.

The Creative Compass (117)

What I learned: every idea starts with passion, meets with discouragement and must be battled with persistence.

When writing the most important thing is to find a way to keep going despite the hard work, stress, lack of confidence and insecurity.

DREAM, DRAFT, DEVELOP, REFINE, SHARE

I spent a lot of time in the last third of the book. I underlined, wrote notes, even wrote “Amen!” beside especially good quotes (“If a sentence expresses an essential idea, advances plot, reveals character, or conveys relevant sensory detail that contributes to emotional effect or atmosphere then it’s probably worth keeping…. If not—snip, snip” Amen! [175]).

Fast Fiction

Fast Fiction: A Guide to Outlining and Writing a First-Draft Novel in Thirty Days

Even if you don’t call yourself a writer you might want to write a book. There are so many stories waiting to be told and, who knows, you might be the person to tell it.

What’s great about author Denise Jaden’s latest book Fast Fiction: A Guide to Outlining and Writing a First-Draft Novel in Thirty Days is she makes you feel like digging out the story deep inside you is possible.

And the 30 days thing? Bonus.

I’ve wanted to write a book for a while now, maybe forever. As a kid I drafted a 100-page Choose Your Own Adventure of twin girls who get lost in Mexico while trying to find an orphanage (scary part—I experienced this trip IRL 10 years later with a friend…) and for the last two years I have felt like it’s time to try for real.

And I have. Tried that is. But I keep getting stuck and I have never known why.

Fast Fiction tells me why: I didn’t know how to write a book. I didn’t plan it beforehand, I just sat down at the computer and expected it to come together.

After reading Jaden’s book I finally get it. I do have a book in me I just didn’t have the tools to dig it out.

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How Do I Decide? Self-Publishing vs. Traditional Publishing (A Field Guide for Authors)

Although the title aptly summarizes the six chapters, I wanted to add it’s not just for those wondering which method of publishing to pursue.

This book works to change the question from “Which one should I choose?” to “How can I utilize these tools best to support my goals?”

I loved Rachelle Gardner’s straightforward approach to this complex question. She spends time analysing the pros and cons for both traditional publishing and self-publishing. As well she works to dispel common self-publishing myths and makes it crystal clear that self-publishing should not be an excuse to publish poor writing.

This short read is packed with material and is perfect for people who aren’t quite sure where to start with publishing, people who want to understand all the different publishing options, and people looking for credible resources to get started.

Did I mention chapter six is all about resources?

In my opinion, this is where the real value of this book comes in. It lists further information on self-publishing, how to get an agent, where to look for editors, reputable book cover designers and more.

Creative Collaborations

Creative Collaborations: How to Form Lasting and Lucrative Partnerships without Being Smarmy

The Internet says collaboration is the action of working with someone to produce or create something. OK, that makes sense.

And Kirsten Oliphant says it’s like roller derby. I had to think about this for a bit because I don’t know anything about roller derby but I think I get it: you stop being a lone wolf and instead become a teammate.

You work with others to achieve a common goal.

That sounds nice in theory, but isn’t setting up creative collaborations with your competitors risky?

The risks: You could get burned, you could have your work stolen, you could be let down. All of this could happen when you work with others.

However, there are also potential benefits:

  • You could grow strategic partnerships that bring you further than you could go on your own
  • Also, you could make new friends
  • Another possibility is you could join a tribe where you feel encouraged, strengthened and inspired to keep moving forward

Throughout Creative Collaborations, Oliphant overviews different types of collaborations, builds an argument for why we need creative collaborations, teaches the difference between good and bad collaborations, cautions about legal implications when collaborating, and gives tips for creating life-changing collaborations.

If you’re wondering how collaborations can change your business (and maybe your life), you will love this book.

How to Get Great Book Reviews

How to Get Great Book Reviews Frugally and Ethically: The ins and outs of using free reviews to build and sustain a writing career (HowToDoItFrugally Series for Writers) (Volume 3)

Why you need reviews (I’m borrowing from the book’s argument here, but I hold it as well):

Reviews are platform builders

Regardless of negative or positive, stars or lattes, reviews give you the chance to be a better writer, learn more about your genre, and know your target reader better.

Reviews are resources for endorsements

Blurbs, praise, bullets, whatever. Need some nice quotes? You can get them with book reviews!

Reviews can be networking tools

Both getting and giving reviews gives you contacts with editors of review journals, contacts with other reviewers who are potential reviewers of your books, contacts with other authors who need quotations for their books or referrals.

Once you’re convinced you should get book reviews, then you’re ready for the rest of the book. It walks you through alllllllllllllll the things you need to think through and plan for.

It’s a lot, but they payoff is worth it. Not only that, but once you have the reviews the fun is not over! You can reap the benefits of past reviews for years to come.

If it’s time to do marketing, get this book.

These are my top five books you should read

All five of these books you should read recommendations are quick and practical with a ton of actionable advice.

The big idea is you’ll read through them and then apply what you learn. My hope is you’ll move the needle forward as a result of reading these books.

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Home Made Lovely [Book Review] | Simple Design Tips

Home Made Lovely, written by Toronto interior designer Shannon Acheson, makes creating a beautiful home accessible for even the most design-inept.

Image is a styled, minimalist photograph of a white table with a teal coffee cup, a small cactus, and a white picture frame on it. Overlaid is an image of the book cover for Home Made Lovely by Shannon Acheson.

Design-inept people like me!

Decorating and styling are things I try to stay away from if I can, mostly because I’m so insecure about my taste. As in, do I have any?

Although to be honest, interior design is something I have an urge to figure out. Because I love how colour and decor and placement can make such a huge and special impact on the way people feel.

Interior surroundings have the ability to evoke either a negative or positive emotional response. Everything from colors, to natural elements, to ceiling height and lighting affects how we feel when we walk into a room.

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Seems like magic. I want to do magic.

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Home Made Lovely: Creating the Home You’ve Always Wanted Review

The book’s beautiful cover, the blurb and the subtitle’s promise I could create the home I’ve always dreamed of were the trifecta. I needed to read this book.

And when Home Made Lovely arrived I dove right in, flipping to find all the exciting and modern inspo I’ve been craving, especially since being stuck at home for the past year.

And…quickly learned this is more of a words-driven book than images-driven book. Like, there are some, but not many.

I don’t know why, but I expected lots of styled images to demonstrate the decorating tips and tricks. I guess because that’s what I’m used to in design books.

So I set the book aside for a bit until I had more time to go through the text-heavy glossy pages with more mindful intention.

Good news though, I came back to it. Because I really do want to figure out this design thing. And what I mean by that: I want a low-maintenence, comfortable and inviting home I want to hang out in and am proud of.

Here’s what I discovered.

Author Shannon Acheson says there are four steps to creating a lovely home.

  1. Decide to love where you live
  2. Declutter and make room for life
  3. Decorate in an uncomplicated way
  4. Embrace lovely, “scruffy” hospitality

I’ve written before about how I’m a nervous host. Like, I do enjoy hosting people (deep, deep down) but I get all in my head about it, stressing about everything ahead of time and then worrying during the visit.

  • Are they having fun?
  • Are they bored?
  • Did I do something wrong/offensive/etc.?

A bit later in this section, Acheson says the right kind of decor can calm even the most anxious heart. I love the idea of creating a safe space that can have this powerful positive effect. (For myself and others.)

Can I do that on my own? Is it possible? Do I have the creative wiles?

Before getting into the actual prescriptive “how to make your home lovely” tips, there’s a chapter on learning how to be grateful for your current home. There’s even space to write down what you DO love about your home.

I love the idea of focusing on abundance rather than lack. Such a good place to start.

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The 3-Step Decorating Process

Part three of Home Made Lovely focuses on these steps.

  • Find Your Decorating Style (Step 1)
  • Create Your Master Plan (Step 2)
  • Decorate One Room at a Time (Step 3)

In Step 1 you learn about the different home styles and design styles, as well as what shapes, colours and decorations help represent that style. There is space to jot down your personal preferences and discover your style.

In Step 2 you learn about colour…and colour theory…and how to create a colour scheme. So helpful!

And in Step 3 it’s decorating time! There are lots of lighting tips as well as some review of wall coverings and art. While there are some sketches and photos, I would have definitely loved more examples here. This is where I really struggle with design insecurity.

Do these items go together? Does this work? Is this cluttered?

The final section of Home Made Lovely focuses on hospitality. There are all sorts of tips for creating a space for entertaining visitors in a way that is comfortable and relaxing for everyone.

I love this section so much. I thought I was looking for design tips (and, well, I am) but I think figuring out how to create some “house rules” and welcoming spaces is going to make more impact that what colour I paint or which lamp shape I end up choosing for my sitting room.

Acheson says a big part of the “lovely home experience” is, in fact, the experience. But many of us (ME) make excuses to avoid inviting people into our spaces because we think our homes and hospitality should look a way we aren’t managing to pull off.

Decorating should be about those who live there, rather than making your home into a magazine-worthy spread.

Instead, what if we focused on creating a welcoming space?

Somewhere people feel like they can relax and be themselves…and where you can too. Isn’t that better than having the most up-to-date styling and Instagrammable wall coverings?

To me? Yes.

Home Made Lovely: Creating the Home You’ve Always Wanted SYnopsis

Everyone wants a home that is beautiful and clutter free. But most of us are unsure how to get there without breaking the bank. Popular interior designer Shannon Acheson takes the guesswork out of creating a lovely home. Home Made Lovely is a mind-set: decorating should be about those who live there, rather than making your home into a magazine-worthy spread. Shannon walks you through how to

  • decorate in a way that suits your family’s real life
  • declutter in seven simple steps
  • perform a house blessing to dedicate your home to God
  • be thankful for your current home and what you already have
  • brush up on hospitality with more than 20 actionable ideas that will make anyone feel welcome and loved in your home

In Home Made Lovely, Shannon meets you right where you are on your home-decorating journey, helping you share the peace of Christ with family members and guests.

About Shannon Acheson

Shannon Acheson is a mostly self-taught designer, decorator, writer, and stylist. Although she has completed her interior design training, she’d much rather teach you how to decorate your own home than do it for you. She is the editor and designer behind the design and lifestyle company and blog HomeMadeLovely.com. Her happy place is in the suburbs of Toronto, where she is a Homebody with a capital H, a Jesus girl, a happy wife to Dean, and a homeschooling mom of three teenagers. Learn more at www.homemadelovely.com.

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Home Made Lovely, written by Toronto interior designer Shannon Acheson, makes creating a beautiful home accessible for even the most design-inept. Design-inept people like me! Decorating and styling are things I try to stay away from if I can, mostly because I'm so insecure about my taste. As in, do I have any?

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Thanks to Graf-Martin Communications for providing a review copy of Home Made Lovely.

You Should Be Writing [Book Review]

No matter if you’re a professional or a hobbyist, you know you should be writing. It’s like an internal drumbeat. Always there, always beating, never relenting.

You Should Be Writing by Brenda Knight and Nita Sweeney. Book with lavendar on the cover

So, what do you do about it?

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A Journal of Inspiration and Instruction to Keep Your Pen Moving Forward

I love craft books. At any time of the year. But this one is especially intriguing because it’s a bit off the beaten path. For me.

Slotted in the “quotation reference” genre.

It’s a thing!

Also, the pitch is great! It says it’s a book to help me “write to document, reflect and heal.”

This isn’t my usual approach to the craft, since I do this as my profession. I write to eat, live and work.

So you understand why I want to explore a different, more emotional side.

There isn’t much to the book, subtitled as “a journal of inspiration and instruction to keep your pen moving.” There’s a bit of intro and then pages and pages of lines, waiting for you to fill them.

Each page begins with an inspirational quote. And the quotes are organized into topical sections.

You’ll be encouraged to find the topic or quote that inspires that creative spark. And then…it’s time to write.

If you’re a bit blocked or are looking for a book of prompts to aid your creative exploration, this is an excellent option.

You Should Be Writing: A Journal of Inspiration and Instruction to Keep Your Pen MOving Synopsis

From famous all-time-great poets like T.S. Eliot to modern creatives like Roxane Gay, the selected writing quotes in this journal aim to instruct and inspire you to become a better writer.

Writing Inspiration from Incredible Authors

Gathered by Brenda Knight and writing coach Nita Sweeney, author of Depression Hates a Moving TargetYou Should Be Writing provides you with writing wisdom from a variety of accomplished authors.

Writing Practice on Every Page

This journal is a must-have for writers everywhere. With quotes from a diverse group of historical and modern authors to use as creative prompts on every page, you’ll be able to bring your writing inspiration with you wherever you go. You’ll find plenty of great advice, such as Toni Morrison’s encouragement, “As a writer, a failure is just information. It’s something that I’ve done wrong in writing, or is inaccurate or unclear. I recognize failure―which is important; some people don’t―and fix it.”

Creative Writing Practice for Every Genre

This writing journal with prompts helps you practice a wide variety of writing skills. The excerpts and prompts include:

  • General advice: “Protect the time and space in which you write. Keep everybody away from it, even the people who are most important to you.” —Zadie Smith
  • Helpful instructions: “If you scribble your thoughts any which way, your reader will surely feel that you care nothing about them.” —Kurt Vonnegut
  • Genre-specific writing ideas and tips for particular areas of writing, such as poetry or storytelling: “For those whose bucket-list entails seeing their name on the spine of a book, it boils down to the power of persistence.” —Marlene Wagman-Geller

If you were inspired by the creative writing prompts and advice in 642 Things to Write AboutComplete the Story Journal, or Piccadilly 300 Writing Prompts, you’ll love Brenda’s and Nita’s You Should Be Writing: A Journal of Inspiration & Instruction to Keep Your Pen Moving.

You Should Be Writing was published on June 16, 2020 by Mango Publishing.

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New Release: Jessica Jones Playing with Fire Audiobook

On May 28 Marvel’s Jessica Jones Playing with Fire launched on Serial Box in immersive e-book and audiobook formats.

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I’m a big fan of books, audio and JJ so it makes sense I’m looking forward to this serialized adventure.

Here’s a quick synopsis but I’ll leave the Big Description below the audio sample for your edification.

We join with our favourite private investigator just as she’s giving self-care a try. JJ is trying to live a healthier lifestyle (as in, no drinking during business hours, trying not to punch things, etc.) and she’s even trying to take less intense cases to take care of herself.

But when her latest missing person’s case seems too neat and tidy, she can’t accept it or let it go. This sends her diving headlong into a search for answers.

This is a 16-episode series available to read or listen to, delivered in bite-sized chunks on Serial Box.

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Sample audio of Jessica Jones Playing with Fire

Join JJ on an obsessive search for truth that leads her to an ancient and deadly magic

Her story isn’t over, thanks to this upcoming release on the premium reading and audio entertainment platform Serial Box. The next title in the original serialized fiction and audiobook series based on Marvel Comics brings a case to the superhuman detective leading to a supernaturally evil discovery.

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WHO: The series is narrated by voice actress Fryda Wolff. The writing team is led by best-selling novelist Lauren Beukes, four-time Hugo Award-finalist Elsa Sjunneson, Zoe Quinn (Vertigo’s Goddess Mode), Vita Ayala (Marvel’s Nebula; Age of X), and television writer Sam Beckbessinger. 

WHEN: The first three episodes will launch on Thursday May 28, with new episodes releasing in weekly installments thereafter. The full season (16 episodes) will be available for $9.99.

WHERE: Exclusively on the Serial Box apps available on Google Play and the Apple App Store, and through the Serial Box website.

MORE: This is the third Marvel title to launch on Serial Box. Marvel’s Thor: Metal Gods and Marvel’s Black Widow: Bad Blood are currently available to listen to or read.

On May 28 Marvel's Jessica Jones Playing with Fire launched on Serial Box in immersive e-book and audiobook formats.

In Playing with Fire, private investigator Jessica Jones is giving self-care a try. She's trying to live a healthier lifestyle (as in, no drinking during business hours, trying not to punch things, etc.) and she's even trying to take less exciting cases to take care of herself.

But when her latest missing person's case seems too neat and tidy, Jessica can't accept it or let it go. This sends her diving headlong into a search for answers.
On May 28 Marvel's Jessica Jones Playing with Fire launched on Serial Box in immersive e-book and audiobook formats.

In Playing with Fire, private investigator Jessica Jones is giving self-care a try. She's trying to live a healthier lifestyle (as in, no drinking during business hours, trying not to punch things, etc.) and she's even trying to take less exciting cases to take care of herself.

But when her latest missing person's case seems too neat and tidy, Jessica can't accept it or let it go. This sends her diving headlong into a search for answers.

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