Author Interview, Blog, Bookish Life, Podcast Shownotes

Berkeley Summer Release Radar + The Mystery in Question

Join us for an exciting episode, featuring two captivating segments that will satisfy your music and book cravings for your Summer reading list.

In our first segment, Jordy and special guest Kristin Cipolla dive into Summer reading. Get ready for a delightful blend of Taylor Swift and literature as Jordy recommends the perfect Taylor songs to add to your summer playlist. But that’s not all! Kristin pairs each song with an upcoming book release, creating a harmonious fusion of music and reading that will elevate your summer reading experience.

Books mentioned by Jordy and Kristin:

You with a View by Jessica Joyce

First Position by Melanie Hamric/

Witch of Wild Things by Raquel Vasquez Gilliland

The Seven Year Slip by Ashley Poston

Love Theoretically by Ali Hazelwood

In the second segment, Ashley takes the reins as she sits down with authors Kathleen Glasgow and Liz Lawson to unravel the mystery in their latest novel, The Night in Question. Prepare to delve into the complexities of being a good student, the transformative power of forgiveness, and the invaluable lessons learned by breaking free from cliques. Travel from the enchanting world of Castle Cove to the bustling streets of Los Angeles as the authors share their insights, all while curating a playlist that captures the essence of their captivating story.

Book content warning: death, violence 

Books mentioned by Ashley, Kathleen Glasgow, and Liz Lawson: 

Girl Forgotten by April Henry

How to Find a Missing Girl by Victoria Wlosok

The Black Queen by Jumata Emill

Get a copy of The Night in Question by Kathleen Glasgow and Liz Lawson

Join us for a power-packed episode that combines music, books, mystery, and feminist perspectives. 

Support our hosts & guests:

Kristin Cipolla: Instagram 

Jordy Macbeth: Instagram

Kathleen Glasgow: Connect

Liz Lawson: Linktree 

Ashley Paul: Instagram

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This episode was edited by Niba and produced by Renee Powers on the ancestral land of the Dakota people.

Original music by @iam.onyxrose

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