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Yahoo Sports NBA Insider Chris Haynes sits down with NBA stars to have real conversations about everything you don’t typically hear in player interviews. Chris and his guests will dive into the most relevant NBA storylines, culture, style and some x’s and o’s too. It’s just a couple of guys posted up and talking about life… Unscripted and unfiltered. Don't miss the debut episode with Kevin Durant, dropping Christmas Eve. Full video shows of most episodes will be available on the Yahoo Sports ...
 
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Lisa Scottoline, the New York Times bestselling author of 33 novels, joins Carol Fitzgerald to talk about her first work of historical fiction, ETERNAL, a sweeping historical epic inspired by true events. Lisa shares the inspiration for ETERNAL, which was four decades in the making. The seeds of it were sown during a class she took at the Universit…
 
Current Gonzaga radio commentator and all-time Zags great Adam Morrison joined Chris Haynes to discuss his playing days in the NBA. The former top-5 pick took a deep dive on the pressure to perform in the league, the expectations from the media and the differences between his days in Charlotte and Los Angeles. Adam also takes Chris inside a locker …
 
Gabriela Garcia, whose short fiction and poetry has appeared in Best American Poetry and other collections, joins Carol to discuss her first novel, OF WOMEN AND SALT, which is a Bookreporter Bets On selection. OF WOMEN AND SALT looks at the lives of two families of women, from the days of the cigar factories in the nineteenth century Cuba to modern…
 
Chris Haynes is joined by Yahoo Sports' Seerat Sohi for a discussion that travels around the world of basketball from the college, to pro, to cartoon ranks and back again. Chris & Seerat kick off the show discussing the weekend full of blowouts in the NBA with four games being decided by a matter of 40+ points. Compare that to the men's and women's…
 
As part of the Morristown Festival of Books @Home series, Carol Fitzgerald interviewed Kristin Hannah, author of THE FOUR WINDS, which debuted at #1 simultaneously on the New York Times Print, Combined Print and eBook and Audio Bestseller lists. During their conversation they discuss Kristin’s inspiration and writing process for THE FOUR WINDS, as …
 
Nadia Hashimi joins “Bookreporter Talks To” to discuss her newest novel, Sparks Like Stars. The book opens in Afghanistan in 1978, where a ten-year-old girl named Sitara witnesses and survives a government coup that has her entire family slain. She is shepherded to an American Foreign Service officer to flee the country. In her writing, Nadia captu…
 
Chris Haynes is joined by Yahoo's Vincent Goodwill to take stock of the league one week after the trade deadline. With the post-buyout additions of Andre Drummond to the Los Angeles Lakers, as well as Blake Griffin & LaMarcus Aldridge to the Brooklyn Nets, does something need to change in how these past-prime stars get acquired after the trade dead…
 
Chris Haynes is joined by Yahoo's Vincent Goodwill to recap the messy, if somewhat underwhelming, 2021 NBA trade deadline. With a number of star players rumored to be on the move, was the biggest move of the day the Toronto Raptors declining to trade point guard Kyle Lowry? Moving into the deals that were made, the guys break down the Miami Heat ac…
 
Alexandra Andrews joins Carol Fitzgerald to discuss her debut novel, Who is Maud Dixon?, which is a Bookreporter Bets On selection. In the book, Florence Darrow is early in her career at a book publisher, hoping to eventually make it as a successful author. In the publishing world, Mississippi Foxtrot by Maud Dixon is one of the hottest books on th…
 
Chris Haynes is joined by Vincent Goodwill on the eve of the trade deadline to relay all of the news and nuggets they are hearing around the league. Which team on the cusp of title contention has to make a move? Which team should push for Aaron Gordon? Chris and Vince also break down the impact of the LeBron James and LaMelo Ball injuries as both a…
 
As part of the Morristown Festival of Books @Home series, Carol Fitzgerald interviewed Nadia Owusu, the author of AFTERSHOCKS, which is a memoir. Nadia was born in Tanzania, and raised in Italy, Ethiopia, England, Ghana, and Uganda, before moving to New York when she was 18. She talks about her background traveling the world, as well as why she see…
 
On this episode of Posted Up with Chris Haynes, Indiana Pacers guard Cassius Stanley joins the show off his performance in the 2021 NBA Slam Dunk Contest during All-Star Weekend! Cassius Stanley and Chris discuss his performance in the dunk contest, why they felt like he deserved a higher score for his dunks, adjusting to the NBA in his first year …
 
To kick off Women's History Month in March, Carol Fitzgerald moderated a panel featuring Lauren Willig (BAND OF SISTERS), Marie Benedict (THE MYSTERY OF MRS. CHRISTIE), Kristin Harmel (THE BOOK OF LOST NAMES) and Vanessa Riley (ISLAND QUEEN) as they celebrated the Lauren's new historical novel, BAND OF SISTERS, which is based on her extensive resea…
 
Chris Haynes is joined by Yahoo Sports' Vincent Goodwill to recap Sunday night's NBA All-Star festivities. Was the Slam Dunk Contest one of the worst ever, or did it beat expectations, considering the odds stacked against this COVID-affected season? Was Giannis Antetokounmpo's MPV performance legit or more a result of the lazy defense we've come to…
 
Chris Whitaker talks to Carol Fitzgerald about We Begin at the End, which is a Bookreporter Bets On selection. The discussion opens with Chris sharing the circuitous --- and somewhat crazy --- route he took to becoming an author, and what drew him to write his lead character, 13-year-old, Duchess. That story alone could be a book. We Begin at the E…
 
On this episode of Posted Up with Chris Haynes, Utah Jazz guard (and presumptive-Sixth Man of the Year) Jordan Clarkson joins the show to discuss Utah's league-leading record, his own breakout season and likelihood of winning Sixth Man of the Year, why Donovan Mitchell deserves to be in the MVP race, and if the lack of national coverage frustrates …
 
Alex Berenson, joins us to discuss his standalone thriller, The Power Couple, which is a Bookreporter Bets On selection. Both Rebecca and Brian are government agents -- one in the FBI, the other in the CIA. As the book opens, Rebecca and Brian Unsworth are on a vacation in Europe with their teenage children as they celebrate their 20th anniversary.…
 
On this episode of Posted Up with Chris Haynes, Yahoo's Vincent Goodwill and Seerat Sohi discuss the Minnesota Timberwolves firing of head coach Ryan Saunders, hiring of Chris Finch from the Toronto Raptors coaching staff as a replacement while passing over current Associate Head Coach David Vanterpool in the interview process, why Damian Lillard c…
 
Jane Harper joins Carol Fitzgerald from her office in Australia to talk about The Survivors, her latest thriller. Setting has a strong influence on Jane's thriller work, and she talked about exploring Tasmania as part of her research process. Humorously, the setting had Carol looking at maps and confessing that she had no idea where Tasmania was in…
 
On this episode of Posted Up with Chris Haynes, point guard Chelsea Gray, 3-time WNBA All-Star and newest member of the Las Vegas Aces explains why she left the Los Angeles Sparks in free agency, her documentary of the free-agency process, recovering from injury early in her career, what people get wrong about the WNBA, her typical ‘off-season’ rou…
 
Janet Skeslien Charles joins us to talk about her historical novel, The Paris Library. While working as the programs manager at The American Library in Paris, she learned the history of the library, which celebrated its centennial last year. Included in its storied history are the heroic librarians who stood up to the Nazis during World War II and …
 
On this edition of Posted Up with Chris Haynes, Cleveland Cavaliers center JaVale Mcgee joins the show to reflect on his 13-year NBA career with stops in Washington, Denver, Golden State, Los Angeles Lakers and now Cleveland, what he's learned playing for each team, dealing with life in the bubble, why he continues to practice his 3-point shot desp…
 
Sharon Virts joins us to discuss her debut novel, Masque of Honor: A Historical Novel of the American South. Inspiration for this book came as Sharon was restoring the historic home where she now lives, called Selma. During her restoration research, she learned about the home’s original owners, and that set her on a path to learn more about the peo…
 
Sadeqa Johnson joins Carol Fitzgerald to discuss Yellow Wife, her first novel of historical fiction. Yellow Wife tells the story of Pheby Delores Brown, a mixed-race woman who grew up in Virginia. When the book opens, she is living on a plantation with her mother, who is a medicine woman. Pheby’s father is the Master of the plantation, which gives …
 
On this edition of Posted Up with Chris Haynes, Atlanta Hawks center Clint Capela joins the show to discuss his recent massive stat lines (including racking up a triple double with BLOCKS), his first year playing in Atlanta, what makes Trae Young special, how COVID-19 protocols have disrupted routines and team chemistry, and reflects on his time in…
 
On this edition of Posted Up with Chris Haynes, we pay tribute to NBA reporter Sekou Smith, who passed away at the age of 48 due to COVID-19. Smith was most notably known for his work on NBA TV and was the host and creator of NBA.com’s “Hang Time” podcast and blog, but was also a mentor and advocate for young NBA reporters starting out and friend a…
 
Welcome to our January "Bookaccino Live" Book Group event, in which we discuss This Tender Land with William Kent Krueger. We opened the program with Carol Fitzgerald interviewing Kent about This Tender Land, a New York Times bestseller and Bookreporter Bets On selection. Four readers were then invited to join the discussion on camera to ask questi…
 
Miami Heat guard Avery Bradley joins Posted Up with Chris Haynes while currently separated from his team due to the league's health & safety protocols. Avery opens up about his positive COVID diagnosis and his notable decision to opt-out of the playoff bubble in Orlando during the summer of 2020. Later he talks about his decision to leave the Los A…
 
#1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa Gardner has been writing thrillers for the past twenty years. You probably know her best from her three book series, including the one with Detective D.D. Warren, but her latest novel, Before She Disappeared is a standalone novel. In Before She Disappeared, Frankie Elkin is a middle-aged woman who spends he…
 
Free-agent guard Isaiah Thomas joined Chris Haynes on another packed episode of Posted Up. Thomas begins the podcast by opening up about his hip issues, his recovery from surgery last year and how the Celtics handled the situation while in Boston. The guys also take a trip down memory lane and touch on draft night, battling Jimmer Fredette while in…
 
Liese O'Halloran Schwarz joins us to discuss her new novel What Could Be Saved, a Bookreporter Bets On selection. The book began as a short story in which she reflected on her life in Bangkok as a child. The bones of the story were there and grew to be the novel we have now. What Could Be Saved follows the perspectives of a family. When the book op…
 
A blockbuster four-team trade sent James Harden from the Houston Rockets to the Brooklyn Nets. Our own Chris Haynes and Vince Goodwill reconvene this week on an emergency episode for your listening pleasure. How will Harden affect the team chemistry both on and off the court? Is Brooklyn the odds-on favorite to win the East or do the Nets have a so…
 
Melanie Benjamin, the New York Times bestselling author of Mistress of the Ritz and The Swans of Fifth Avenue, returns to our podcast and video series to discuss her new novel, The Children's Blizzard. This blizzard, so named in 1888, provides the backdrop for the book, and gives readers insight into what happened in the Dakota Territory on that fa…
 
On this edition of Posted Up with Chris Haynes, fellow NBA writer Vince Goodwill joins the show with the latest news surrounding the NBA’s $25,000 fine of the Philadelphia 76ers. Why is the league not going after Ben Simmons & what can we expect next after two games in the last 24 hours were postponed due to COVID-19 protocols? Kyrie Irving was mys…
 
We kick off 2021 talking to Ashley Audrain, the author of The Push, a book that has been getting well-deserved buzz. In it, Blythe has given birth to her daughter, Violet, and while she dreamed of a loving mother-daughter relationship, she is not bonding with Violet. Something feels off. Her husband, Fox, does not see it, and this has her questioni…
 
Fresh off a 112-107 Sunday-night win against the Phoenix Suns in which he drained four 3s, including the game winner, Los Angeles Clippers wing Nicolas Batum joins Chris Haynes for a conversation about his career and the circumstances that led him back to the Western Conference. Nic talks about his exit from the Charlotte Hornets, which teams he wa…
 
With a week of NBA basketball in the books for the 2021 season, all eyes still remain on Kevin Durant’s return to play and his debut with the Brooklyn Nets. Chris Haynes is joined by Seerat Sohi this week and they kick off the show debating if KD’s Nets have already vaulted themselves past the Milwaukee Bucks as the team to beat in the east. (2:05)…
 
After a postseason bubble championship and a ridiculously short offseason, the 2021 NBA regular season is set to tip-off on Tuesday night. Chris Haynes is joined by Vincent Goodwill to break down the five biggest storylines from the truncated offseason. Giannis Antetokounmpo signed a five-year supermax deal to stay with the Milwaukee Bucks, but was…
 
Welcome to our End-of-Year video where Carol Fitzgerald talks about all 42 of the books that she selected as Bookreporter "Bets On" selections in 2020! You can read more about the books and enter to WIN ALL 42 of these books by Monday, January 4th here: https://www.bookreporter.com/features/end-of-the-year-celebration/end-of-the-year-contest-2020 H…
 
Sue Miller discusses Monogamy, her latest novel. Set in a New England town, it is the story of Graham, a gregarious bookseller, and Annie, a shy photographer, who have been married for nearly 30 years. By all appearances, they are a golden couple. When Graham suddenly dies, Annie is lost. What is the point of going on, she wonders, without him? The…
 
Elizabeth Berg , the bestselling author of over thirty books, comes to us with a beautiful memoir about her parents in their final years. In this personal family love story, Elizabeth tells her experience of watching her parents' relationship when she was growing up. When her father is diagnosed with Alzheimer's and they are moved out of their home…
 
Jacqueline Winspear talks about her memoir, This Time Next Year We’ll Be Laughing. After 16 novels, she has taken the bold step of turning to memoir, revealing the hardships and joys of her family history. Both shockingly frank and deftly restrained, her story tackles the difficult, poignant and fascinating family accounts of three generations --- …
 
We have a new format for our first “Bookaccino Live” Book Group event, in which we discuss American Dirt with the author, Jeanine Cummins. Carol interviews Jeanine at the start and then invites eight readers to ask questions live. To finish we went to questions from our Zoom audience. Carol had been looking forward to this interview for a long time…
 
Susie Yang joins Carol to discuss her debut novel, White Ivy, which is the “Today Show Read With Jena” selection for November. Susie's main character, Ivy Lin, was born in China. Her parents left her there and moved to the States, bringing her to join them when she was five. When Ivy is accepted as a scholarship student at the school where her fath…
 
Aimee Molloy, the instant New York Times bestselling author of The Perfect Mother, joins Carol to discuss her second novel, Goodnight Beautiful. It is one of those books Carol simply cannot stop talking about, with stellar twists that are so well plotted. In Goodnight Beautiful, Sam, a psychotherapist, and Annie are newly married. While Sam works l…
 
Rose Carlyle joins Bookreporter Talks To from New Zealand to discuss her debut thriller, The Girl in the Mirror, which is a Bookreporter Bets On selection. Carol loves this line to describe it, “It’s a thriller with identical twins, fast yachts, tropical harbors, secrets and deceit, sex, and crocodiles.” She read it floating in the pool and looked …
 
Lisa Jewel joined Carol from London to discuss her newest novel, Invisible Girl. Carol and Lisa first met at BookExpo a few years ago, where they quickly bonded over Lisa’s thriller writing. Carol has interviewed Lisa before, which brings a very funny moment to the interview. They talk about Lisa’s inspiration for Invisible Girl, which came from a …
 
Lisa Unger, the New York Times bestselling author of 18 novels, joins Carol to discuss her newest psychological thriller, Confessions on the 7:45. In this thriller, Selena's usual train commute is interrupted and stalled. She begins a deep conversation with her seat neighbor and reveals a few too many secrets from her personal life the way many of …
 
Suzanne Skyvara, the Vice President of Marketing & Editorial for Goodreads and Danny Feekes, who is their Managing Editor, return for a fall book discussion with Carol where they share titles that are resonating with Goodreads readers! Like their talk in June, there's a lot here to discover, with discussions about each new suggestion. They share bo…
 
Robert Dugoni joins Carol to talk about The Last Agent, the second book in his Charles Jenkins series. Jenkins has walked away from his life as an agent after being exonerated on charges of espionage. But when he learns that Paulina Ponomayova, the woman who saved his life, is being held in a Russian prison, he is lured out of retirement to return …
 
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