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Late Night Library

By Late Night Library

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Description

As an iTunes subscriber, you receive free access to our current shows, Late Night Conversation and Late Night Debut. Late Night Conversation features unscripted talks with authors, publishers, editors, and other professionals influencing book culture, and Late Night Debut is a three-act podcast dedicated to debut books with guest author co-hosts. For more info visit us at LateNightLibrary.org

Customer Reviews

Amazing and Fun!

Paul is able to bring his own personal brand of excitement to the LNL podcasts that really make listening enjoyable. The LNL team is a very thorough and intelligent group of people who approach their topics from many angles, bringing the listener a well rounded show every time!!!

Great Podcast

I'm not one to listen to podcasts but LNL podcasts are very enjoyable and interesting. I've listened to a couple and I find myself intrigued to listen to more.

Good, but needs a little work

Overall, I enjoyed listening to Late Night Library. I liked hearing different opinions on stories that I'd read or poems that I'd heard. My only gripe with it were the speakers' tones. What they were talking about interested me, which was why I kept reading, but the way they spoke was really hard to listen to. Everyone, from the hosts to the guests, spoke in a monotone. Every now and again, a guest would have some zest to the way they spoke, but for the most part, everyone speaking sounded flat. There's also the size inconsistency between Acts. Some are long, and some are only a few minutes long. I enjoy the podcast overall, but it could use some improvement.

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