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The Reader's Couch Podcast

TBT with Amanda Skenandore, Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa, Eliza Knight, Louise Hare, Madeline Martin, Ruth Druart

Escape to a different time and allow you to immerse yourself in a novel inspired by actual events.

Last Updated on May 21, 2023 by BiblioLifestyle

The Readers Couch podcast - TBT with Amanda Skenandore, Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa, Eliza Knight, Louise Hare, Madeline Martin, Ruth Druart

It’s Throwback Thursday, and in today’s episode, I’m sharing the audio from six authors who shared their books at the inaugural Epigraph Literary Festival in April 2022.  All these authors had books that will allow you to escape to a different time and allow you to immerse yourself in a novel inspired by actual events.  So if you love reading historical fiction, stay tuned.

Register to attend the Epigraph Literary Festival and join us from Thursday, April 27th through to Saturday, April 29th, 2023.  Early birds get first dibs on even swag when they register at epigraphlitfest.com.  See you there!

BOOKS MENTIONED DURING THE SHOW

BOOKS SHARED AT THE EPIGRAPH LITERARY FESTIVAL

TBT with Amanda Skenandore, Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa, Eliza Knight, Louise Hare, Madeline Martin, Ruth Druart

THE EPIGRAPH LITERARY FESTIVAL

The Epigraph Literary Festival is a free biannual virtual event that introduces readers to authors with upcoming books and hosts conversations about reading and the literary lifestyle.  We host a Spring Summer festival in April and our Fall Winter festival in September.

Join us for 3-days of literary fun from Thursday, April 27th through to Saturday, April 29th, 2023!  We will have amazing authors, fantastic speakers, fun lifestyle sessions, happy hours, giveaways, and more.

Register to attend at: epigraphlitfest.com.

The Readers Couch podcast - TBT with Amanda Skenandore, Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa, Eliza Knight, Louise Hare, Madeline Martin, Ruth Druart

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