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.


Dana K. White "How to Manage Your Home Without Losing Your Mind" (ep. 63)

Dana K. White has changed our life with her book "How to Manage Your Home Without Losing Your Mind" but don't call her an organizational expert! She is the decluttering diva! Get a jump start on your new year's resolution to keep your house clean!

Past Episodes

We talk to Brian Gordon of "Fowl Language" fame about his new book The Struggle is Real. The hardest interview we've ever had to prepare for because we could not stop laughing! Also, Siri still hasn't resolved all her issues, and Angie's obsession with David Hasselhoff.
International Bestselling Author Daniel Handler (AKA - Lemony Snicket) joins us this week to discuss his latest novel "All The Dirty Parts". Also, infomercial ten speeds, Angie's Richard Marx moment, and George Lucas killed prequels.
Bestselling author Eleanor Brown talks about "A Paris All Your Own: Bestselling Women on the City of Light. Also, hot flashes, Angela's hatred of turtlenecks, fancy hat fetishes, not waiting to flirt, and don't ask Stacy about her work. Ella reviews "Salt to the Sea" by Ruta Sepetys.
We interview The Chowgirls at their new world headquarters in North East Minneapolis! Don't go into the holiday season without Killer Party Food and The Chow Girls by your side! Also, kick-a-moe juice, we're drooling over Killer Party Food, and Christmas fishing for Angie.
Author Ben Blum drops by to discuss his book "Ranger Games". Also, suicidal pheasants, Angie's making feather jewelry, JK Rowling carries Bloomsbury, our to read pile is epic, and our Jr. Reviewer Ella reviews "Someone Else's Summer" by Rachel Bateman.
Francesca Hornak joins us from London to discuss her book "Seven Days of Us". Find out how we would survive being quarantined with our family for seven days. Also, a fight breaks out at the Frankfurt Book Fair even though tolerance was on the agenda, you can read romance in Berkley, reading will change the world, Roger Daltrey is releasing a memoir but who will care, Angie might be kicked out of Minnesota, and we love what Emma Watson is doing for books.
This week we are back from The Twin Cities Book Festival where we met new authors and got caught up with authors who have previously been on the show. Also, Ell our Jr. Reviewer reviews "The Sun is Also a Star" by Nicole Yoon.
We are thrilled to welcome back mystery author Shannon Baker to discuss the second book in the Kate Fox series "Dark Signal". We ask Shannon how it feels to be compared to "Longmire" and where the series might be heading. Also, studio issues, full on fall, going pants-less for art, we had a great time at the Twin Cities Book Festival, and the genre we've overlooked.
Bestselling Author Allen Eskens is back with his latest, "The Deep Dark Descending". He braves his favorite stalkers to talk about writing, the Hollywood adaptation of his first novel "The Life We Bury", and his latest release "The Deep Dark Descending". Also, we're live from Once Upon A Crime in Minneapolis whose back room is the most incredible place we've ever seen.

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