Tamera Lenz Muente is assistant curator at the Taft Museum of Art by day and novelist by night. Her first book, a historical novel set in Cincinnati called The Boy at the Museum has just been released and she’s with Lee Hay to talk about her research into Cincinnati’s early history and some of the famous people she included in her debut book.
Pearls and Poison is the third novel in the Consignment Shop Mysteries from Milford-based author Duffy Brown. She’s with our Barbara Gray to share a little about the plot, the fun of writing a continuing series, and her new series coming out this fall.
Bestselling author Richard Paul Evans returns to Around Cincinnati to talk with our Barbara Gray about his latest novel, Walking on Water, which concludes the Alan Christoffersen series about a walk across America.
Kelly Blewett is joined by bestselling author Kimberla Lawson Roby, writer of the new novel A Prodigal Son, the latest in her Rev. Curtis Black series, to discuss the series and using the biblical story of the prodigal son as the theme for this book.
With degrees in English Literature and a master’s from the University of Cincinnati in Early Modern European History, local author Stacey Roberts was destined to write Trailer Trash, With a Girl’s Name as his first novel. He’s in our studio to talk about his education, career and this book with Barbara Gray.
As a young girl, Andrea Raynor wanted to be a doctor. Instead, she ended up, almost by accident, at Harvard Divinity School. She went on to become a United Methodist minister and hospice chaplain. She served as chaplain to the morgue at Ground Zero in the aftermath of 9/11.
C is for Clang, E is for Eek, and Y is for Yoink in the fun new book from author and bestselling illustrator Adam F. Watkins, R IS FOR ROBOT: A Noisy Alphabet. The key word in the title of this alphabet book is noisy, as a team of robots constructs each letter of the alphabet using cranes, pulleys, hammers and drills. The robots get the job done, but none too quietly - a fact that will delight young readers and lucky adults who get to read along with them. Adam Watkins joins us to talk about his work and career.
The Girls of Atomic City is a fascinating fact-based novel about the women who unknowingly built the atomic bomb while working in the small town of Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Author Denise Kiernan was recently in Cincinnati and came by our studio to talk with Lee Hay about these women and this little known part of WWII history.