Local author Jim Gray has recently retired from practicing law as a federal tax attorney. His new novel tells the story of two brothers raised in the Quaker tradition who take very different paths. One joins the Army and the other goes into politics.
Nikeema T. Lee is an intimate relationship coach heard weekly on WJMH 102 Jamz on Exotic Wednesday with DJ Waleed Coyote. Her new book coaches individuals and couples on how to love from a higher mental, emotional and spiritual level.
Saundra Westervelt, Associarw Professor of Sociology at UNCG, and Kimberly Cook, Chair of the Department of Sociology and Criminology at UNCW, join us to discuss their book that looks at the struggles that wrongly convicted people face after incarceration
North Carolina romance writer Jennifer Delamere joins us with her latest novel, A Lady Most Lovely. A London socialite marries a rich man in order to save her family's estate, only to discover that she's married a man just as poor as she.
Join this fun but focused book group that reads from a wide variety of genres. This month, we're reading The Dressmaker by Kate Alcott, a book that stitches together fact and fiction surrounding the Titanic. Next month is our annual Readers Choice meeting
In Mary Flinn's first book, The One, we met Elle, a girl that you loved to hate. In A Girl Like That we get to meet the real Elle and learn how that mean girl was formed. Told from Elle's point of view, you will laugh one minute and cry the next
Join this fun-filled but focused book group that reads from a wide variety of genres. This month we're reading the much anticipated sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird. Join in the discussion of the book that is the biggest literary event of the decade.
North Carolina writers Kristy Woodson Harvey and Katie Rose Guest Pryal join us with their debut novels. Harvey's book Dear Carolina has two mothers one adoptive, one biological with a child between them. Pryal's book is about betrayal between friends.