Writers In Their Own Words

Chad Gayle, author of Let It Be, talks about the Bee Gees, Sgt. Pepper’s, and the making of an unlikely fan.let it be gayle

“There was magic packed into that twelve-inch disc, an uncanny, otherworldly kind of joy that revealed itself at thirty-three and a third revolutions per minute. I was ten years old when I heard it for the first time, and there was something miraculous in the fact that I could sit down and listen to it at all, this album that had been recorded by The Beatles, the rock and roll band that had disbanded the year I was born, because I was the child of tone-deaf parents who were only interested in the kind of vinyl that covered couch cushions and dining room chairs.”

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Linda Lambert, author of The Cairo Codex, serves as our tour guide as we explore the sights and sounds of Cairo.  Come along and follow in the footsteps of Dr. Justine Jenner from The Cairo Codex

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

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Shelley Noble, author of Stargazey Point, on the inspiration for both her story and her characters.

Shelley in her own words

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