The NOT Boring Book Show

Tired of listening to boring book shows? Sometimes you just need a little brain candy and we have it! "The Not Boring Book Show," where no cover is left unturned. From the salacious to the silly, as long as it's entertaining we want to talk about it. Join Award-winning children's author Angela Halgrimson and Award-winning mystery author Stacy Verdick Case as they make books entertaining again. Tune in as we talk to Authors from Bestsellers to Indies as well as Illustrators, Booksellers and Bloggers. All in a quest to make books entertaining again.


Alisha Perkins "Running Home" (ep. 46)

We are thrilled to welcome author Alisha Perkins to the show. Alisha...We are thrilled to welcome author Alisha Perkins to the show. Alisha joins us to discuss her struggle with anxiety, running, being a big league wife, and her books "Running Home". Also, we follow up on an old books news regarding kinder guides, our feelings on parody's of classic books, and we're heading for 1,000 downloads per episode!   Show More


Past Episodes

Author Peter Geye is on to discuss his Minnesota Book Award winning publication "Wintering" during a live interview at the Books & Bars event at the Amsterdam in St. Paul. Also, Diane Vallere will be at the Totally Criminal Cocktail Hour in Stillwater on August 16, we marvel at the Books & Bars experience, and Stacy likes to experience the Boundary Waters as long as she doesn't have to go outside.
Author Jen Waite discusses her memoir "A Beautiful Terrible Thing" and what it was like to find out she was marries to a psychopath. Also, Stacy drags friends to the bookstore, Angela plays Art of the Deal, We ponder what will be in the Trump Presidential Library, Laura Bush is awesome, and what we would do if we found out we were married to a psychopath.
NAACP Image Award Nominee and bestselling author Beverly Jenkins joins us this week to discuss the latest in the "Blessings" series "Chasing Down A Dream" and her GoFundMe project raising money to bring Deadly Sexy to the big screen. Also, Stacy experiences some technical difficulties, and Angela's new book is here!
We are thrilled that author Diksha Basu is here with us to discuss her book "The Windfall". "The Windfall" is storming the summer reading lists and now is taking television by storm too. Also, Stacy might have an electrical fire accidentally after packing up all her favorite things, book sales are up AGAIN (we're still taking credit) and Angela's new book is coming!
We have the honor of talking to author Melissa Savage about her new children's book "Lemons". We also discuss Tang, Tab, Twinkies, Big Foot, The Loch Ness Monster and exploring. Also, the most popular book when we were born, Stacy wants to be titanium, Angie and Stacy solve the world's problems, and our Jr. Reviewer Ella reviews "Lemons".
Relive some of our favorite moments from the show, on this week's 4th of July episode. Join us again next week for an all new episode!
The incomparable Craig Johnson, New York Times best-selling author and creator of the "Longmire" series, joins us to talk about the Walt Longmire mysteries. Topics of conversation include, Craig's latest best-selling books "The Highwayman", "An Obvious Fact", and his soon to be best-seller and forthcoming book, "The Western Star". Also, book sales are up again (we blame us), wanting to escape to Wyoming, close families, lost boy scouts and how we would make money during Longmire days.
Fredrik Backman, international bestselling author of "A Man Called Ove" joins us to discuss making readers care, writing all characters as human and of course his new novel "Beartown". Also, we have a new poet laureate, melting at the church, running into Colleen Lindstrom and Alisha Perkins of the Mindfull podcast, our mugs, and Karen from the Book Return Blog reviews Beartown.
International bestselling author of "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" Ann Brashares joins us this week to discuss her new book "The Whole Thing Together". Also, drunk girls dancing in small town bars, Stacy makes two staggering confessions that leaves Angela wondering if they can still be friends, spiders, ventriloquist dummies, and Jr. Reviewer Ella reviews "The Whole Thing Together".

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