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TKC 355 Hunter Maats & Katie O'Brien: Authors of The Straight-A Conspiracy   Interview starts at 13:10 and ends at 41:52   What the brain science says is that if you’ve learned one thing, you can learn anything. If your brain has a preference right now, it’s just...

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Authors of The Straight-A Conspiracy
 
Interview starts at 13:10 and ends at 41:52
 
What the brain science says is that if you’ve learned one thing, you can learn anything. If your brain has a preference right now, it’s just because you’ve been working on that thing a little more. Your brain is not coming into the world ready to be more Englishy than mathy.
 

News
“What’s The Best Ebook Reader?” at Lifehacker - April 16, 2015
“Five Best Ebook Readers” by Alan Henry at Lifehacker - April 19, 2015
“Most Popular Ebook Reader: Amazon Kindle Paperwhite” by Alan Henry at Lifehacker - April 21, 2015
Kindle Paperwhite
Kindle Voyage
“Turn a $99 Nook Into a Fully Fledged Android Table in Four Easy Steps” by Alan Henry at Lifehacker - February 29, 2012
“Three Suggestions for the Amazon Echo” YouTube video by Norm Gregory - May 15, 2015
Barnes & Nook Simple Touch at Amazon.com
 
Tech Tips
“Let’s Read PDF Files on the Amazon Kindle Voyage” (video) at Good EReader = March 5, 2015
 
Interview with Hunter Maats and Katie O'BrienThe Straight-A Conspiracy: Your Secret Guide to Ending the Stress of School and Totally Ruling the WorldStraight-A Conspiracy web site
 

Content
Goodreads “Best Crime & Mystery Books” listopia ratings
Best Literary Mysteries at Goodreads listopia
Best Historical Mysteries at Goodreads listopia
Amazon Books editors’ list of 100 Mysteries & Thrillers to Read in a Lifetime
Penguin Random House’s browsing area for Mystery & Suspense
Mystery and Thriller titles at Open Road Media
 
Outro
“A Podcaster’s Passion for EBooks” by Len Edgerly at Open Road Media’s “Feed Your Need to Read” webpage - May 21, 2015
 
Next Week’s Show
I have a ticket to attend the giant Denver Comic Con May 23rd and plan to bring you a collage of interviews and impressions from this third-largest Comic Con in the US.
 

Music for my podcast is from an original Thelonius Monk composition named "Well, You Needn't." This version is "Ra-Monk" by Eval Manigat on the "Variations in Time: A Jazz Persepctive" CD by Public Transit Recording" CD. 
 
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