Episode #60 - Laura Soden: Minnesota, Mathematics, Basketball, Harlan Coben
Path to Follow Podcast
Laura Soden is an Upper School mathematics teacher at Gilman School, volleyball and basketball coach, and former Hamline University Piper. // On Episode #60 of the Path to Follow Podcast, Jake and Laura discuss teaching mathematics during the pandemic, freshmen and sophomore year of high school, growing up in Minnesota, playing volleyball and basketball at Hamline University in Saint Paul, life skills learned in woodshop, Laura's family connections at Gilman, the value of geometry, the freedoms she finds teaching at Gilman, important study skills, developing a coaching "style," college recruiting advice, and Laura's book recommendation: 'Home' (2016) by Harlan Coben. // Enjoy the episode? Please follow @pathtofollowpod on all platforms. More to come! // Many thanks to Cesare Ciccanti for all of his efforts on podcast production. //
In episode 8 we highlight WIN, the latest book by Harlan Coben. Because it is a mystery/thriller and Coben is a man of many twists and turns, spoilers run long in this episode from the 43:00 to the 96:00 minute marks. Apart from the book we also discuss our minimal experiences in high class living, get more in depth with our grading system, talk about what other books we've been reading and get some input from the third podcast member Bryce (the dog). Enjoy!
Rich invites best-selling author Harlan Coben to the show to talk about being a world-famous writer, humble beginnings, and sports.With over 70 million books in print worldwide, Harlan Coben is the #1 New York Times author of thirty one novels including RUN AWAY, FOOL ME ONCE, TELL NO ONE, NO SECOND CHANCE and the renowned Myron Bolitar series. His books are published in 43 languages around the globe.https://www.harlancoben.comThanks to our sponsors Grove Collective and Sleep NumberPlease support them, the way they support us here at Just Getting Started. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker weigh in on this year’s NCAA basketball tournament. They discuss its appeal before breaking down the discrepancies between the men’s and women's tournaments (3:35). Then, novelist Harlan Coben stops by to discuss his Myron Bolitar series, the writing process, and his new novel 'Win' (23:30).Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David ShoemakerGuest: Harlan Coben Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Magic Book Club Podcast with Sareeta Domingo and Harlan Coben
The Book Club
On this week’s episode Tom Price catches up with self-proclaimed hopeful romantic and mind behind the beautiful anthology of love stories Who’s Loving You: Love Stories by Women of Colour Sareeta Domingo. Together they talk about why love wins, and take a walk down memory lane to explore just how someone gets commissioned to write stories for Agent Provocateur! And joining Tom all the way from America, author of The Stranger Harlan Coben drops in to talk all about his brand new novel Win and just what it takes to get your favourite mystery novel from paper to screen. Head to magic.co.uk to see the rest of our March picks.
Mystery Book Discussion Group to discuss The Boy From The Woods DB98760 by Harlan Coben 01/24/2021
Mystery Book Discussion Group
The Mysteries Discussion Group will be discussing The Boy From The Woods by Harlan Coben. Youcan find it on BARD by looking for DB98760. You can find it onBookshare by accessing the link below:https://www.bookshare.org/browse/book/3356708All are welcome.
S3E7: Just Keep Writing: A Conversation with bestselling author Harlan Coben
Steve Forbes: What's Ahead
Harlan Coben has written upwards of 30 novels that have sold more than 75 million copies across the globe. In his conversation with Steve, he describes his writing process, the transition from print to film and television, and his practical advice to writers at any stage of their careers.
Thriller maestro Harlan Coben on suddenly having three hit Netflix series at once
It's Friday! with Jim White
With no Glastonbury this year, Arian Thrills, Claudia Connell and Jim White revisit some of the best (and most excruciating) moments from Glastonbury past. Jim White interviews thriller king Harlan Coben, who has 70 million books in print, on his sudden rash of Netflix hits including The Stranger (pictured) and the new Polish drama The Woods, where Coben admits he didn't understand a word of what the actors were saying on set. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.