Katie Britton

The Roundtable
1:11 pm
Mon April 9, 2012

Wendy Wunder - The Pobability of Miracles

In Wendy Wonder’s debut novel, The Probability of Miracles, we’re brought into the life of 17 year old Campbell, who has been diagnosed with cancer. In a race to complete her bucket list, she finds herself in ridiculous situations, falling in love for the first time, and most of all, finds out who she really is.

Wendy's Website

Music: The Lennings - You're the One That I Want

The Roundtable
10:38 am
Wed April 4, 2012

Mary E. Pearson - The Adoration of Jenna Fox & The Fox Inheritance

For Jenna Fox, and her two best friends Locke & Kara, life will never be the same again. After the three were in a car accident, Jenna wakes up to find her friends dead, and having no memory of anything before the accident. As Jenna begins to regain bits & pieces of her life before, more questions arise about her current life, and why she’s hearing the voices of her dead friends.

Mary E. Pearson's Website

The Roundtable
10:29 am
Wed April 4, 2012

Veronica Rossi - Under the Never Sky

It's the pod people vs. the savages in a race to survive a world riddled with aether storms.

In Veronica Rossi’s Under the Never Sky, our heroine Aria finds out how humanity subtlety mutated in order to survive, and how technology may be a part of her life, but perhaps to the detriment of her existence.

Veronica Rossi's Website

Music: Adele - Rolling in the Deep

The Roundtable
12:14 pm
Mon March 26, 2012

Ann Aguirre - Enclave

There's a battle going on, and it's taking place both above and below ground. In Ann Aguirre's book, Enclave, Deuce and Fade are forced topside after they are banished from their underground community. But times have changed. What was once a bustling, technologically advanced city has turned into a disaster zone, and forced survivors underground. No one knows if it's viable topside, and we soon find out not all of the information has been disclosed. Katie recently spoke with Aguirre about the book, and how its inspiration came from a fairy tale from the 1800s.

The Roundtable
9:56 am
Fri March 23, 2012

Jane Maas - Mad Women

Jane Maas was in the thick of the advertising industry during the 60's at Ogilvy & Mather. She began her career as a copy writer, and was eventually promoted to Vice President, to then go on and become president of a New York agency. Maas ran some of the most successful ad campaigns - most notably the "I Love NY", she flew in propeller planes of on-location shoots, and paved the way for future generations - all in high heels, pencil skirts and perfectly coiffed hair.

The Roundtable
12:48 pm
Mon November 14, 2011

Ally Condie - Crossed

Albany, NY – Katie Britton speaks with Ally Condie about the second book in the Matched trilogy, Crossed.

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