Bruce Hale, Clark the Shark & School for Spies | Best Selling Books

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Big, Big BIG news!

Our own, very own Julie Falatko just sold her first book! Lookie here! She even made Publisher's Weekly! Congratulations, Julie!
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Really, what's important? The chocolate Bruce sent me, of course!

How gorgeous are these chocolates? And they tasted even better than they looked! Frankly, they may deserve an entire post all their own.
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In the episode you'll hear…
  • a review from Julie Falatko (yes, the very same author of Snappsy the Alligator (Did Not Ask to Be in This Book) of Happy Birthday Bunny by Liz Garton Scanlon and Stephanie Graegin

  • an announcement about

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 In the interview we talk about…

 
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Recent Comments

  • grace
    July 23, 2013 - 1:54 pm · Reply

    Hi Katie! I had to check out the chocolates! They are beautiful…I don’t know if I could eat them if I were you! I enjoyed your interview with Bruce Hale and I wanted to let you know that as a listener I appreciate you sharing more personal parts of your life. I’m sure it isn’t easy telling a faceless audience about your illness and other things, but bringing that kind of honesty makes your podcast feel so much more relatable. Thank you for your sincerity.

    • Katie
      July 23, 2013 - 2:03 pm · Reply

      Thanks, Grace. It’s scary to talk about that stuff, but on the other hand, it’s great to have a very bad memory because I don’t remember exactly what I said so I can’t be TOO mortified!

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