Apparently, I’m the “Epitome of Hilarity”

interview with TJ

This morning, I read this on Facebook: In the linked post, TJ says: If you ever have the opportunity to meet, read or bother Sarah with 11PM Skype calls, make sure you’re ready to experience pure awesomeness and a LOT of laughs. And if you want more “Sarah Reinhard as epitome of hilarity,” go on and […]

Ellen Gable, a New Novel, and Addictive Reading


When Ellen Gable told me she had written a new book, I had an instant reaction: “YES, I’D LOVE TO READ IT” followed immediately by “OH MY GOODNESS, BUT WHEN?” (Yes, it was an all-caps reaction. Welcome to my inner brain.) So, two weeks ago, when I was on a plane flying across the country, […]

A Chat about Love & Salt (with an excerpt too!)


Have you read Love & Salt: A Spiritual Friendship Shared in Letters yet? It’s been out for a year, and it’s a delightful read. And hey, it’s Lenten in nature! It’s also winning some awards and getting some well-deserved hoorah. That’s all well and good, and you should buy it and read it and share it. A year […]

An Interview with Dr. Brant Pitre and an Excerpt from Jesus the Bridegroom,

brant pitre

Dr. Brant Pitre’s new book, Jesus the Bridegroom: The Greatest Love Story Ever Told tackles something that I find confusing when I stop to think about it. Jesus, a bridegroom. OK, yeah, but isn’t that a metaphor? Turns out, not so much. According to the the blurbage, Jesus the Bridegroom: The Greatest Love Story Ever Told, the book […]

A Few Words with Judith Valente on Writing, Faith, and Naps


So often, when I get the chance to read a really good book, I also have the chance to pester the author with questions. When I cornered interviewed Judith Valente about her book Atchison Blue for both and Integrated Catholic Life recently, I couldn’t help but pester her ask her a few more questions for […]

Lino’s Not a Saint…Yet: Rulli’s New Book and an Interview


Though I’ll admit that I don’t listen to Lino Rulli’s Catholic Guy show, I’ve been a fan of his since about five minutes before his last book, Sinner: The Catholic Guy’s Funny, Feeble Attempts to Be a Faithful Catholic, came out. It made my list of favorite nonfiction from 2011 and remains a book that I recommend […]

What do Karen Beattie and Craig Berry have in common?


They share more than just being in the “B” line at school: I have interviews of each of them posted today! Karen Beattie is the author of Rock-Bottom Blessings, which I mentioned not so long ago. She talks about baring herself in the book and even mentions how many pounds of chocolate may or may not […]

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