Wednesday, March 27, 2013

A Visit to Wisconsin Public Radio and Kathleen Dunn, an Email Newsletter Goes Out, a New Shepherd Ad.

1. Books mentioned on the March 27 Wisconsin Public Radio Kathleen Dunn show. Listen to the complete show here.

More Than They Bargained For, by Jason Stein and Patrick Marley

The Supremes at Earl’s All You Can Eat, by Edward Kelsey Moore
“I meant he’s a cellist not a celloist.”

Little Known Facts, by Christine Sneed

Bike Tribes, by Mike Magnuson

Cooked, by Michael Pollan

The Drunken Botanist, by Amy Stewart

Bunker Hill, by Nathaniel Philbrick

Mom and Me and Mom, by Maya Angelou

The Little Paris Kitchen, by Rachel Khoo

Storm Kings, by Lee Sandlin

A Dog’s Journey, by Bruce Cameron

Maddie on Things, by Theron Humphrey

*The Hot Rock, and other Dortmunder novels by Donald Westlake (print-on-demand, nonreturnable terms, meaning we're not likely to be able to stock this on our shelves, alas)

Worse Than the Devil, by Dean Strang

*A recommendation of Lake Forest Bookshop

The Absolutist, by John Boyne

Rules of Civility, by Amor Towles

The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, by Rachel Joyce

Where’d You Go, Bernadette, by Maria Semple

The Age of Miracles, by Karen Thompson Walker

Reboot, by Amy Tintera

The Fault in Our Stars, by John Green

Eleanor and Park, by Rainbow Rowell

*Peshtigo fire books. Most popular Firestorm at Peshtigo, by Denise Gess and William Lutz

Some Assembly Required, by Anne Lamott
also Help, Thanks, Wow

Steal Like an Artist, by Austin Kleon

How to be Interesting, by Jessica Hagy

*A Man of Parts, by David Lodge

Foreign Affairs, by Alison Lurie

The View from Penthouse B, by Elinor Lipman

*A Recommendation for Pearl Street Books.

Wingshooters, by Nina Revoyr

Carry the One, by Carol Anshaw

2. If you missed this week's email newsletter, you can read it here.

3. And finally, we have another Shepherd Express ad that came out today.


Anonymous said...

I thought you were wonderful, Daniel. Great job. You're really funny! Were you trying to be? Lol.

Anonymous said...

always one of my favorites when you visit the KD show with your huge box of books. Thanks for all your efforts. Your are entertaining and enjoyable.