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Thu March 27, 2014
Michigan author Laura Kasischke discusses her latest novel
You wake up on Christmas morning a bit hung over from too much spiked eggnog the night before. You woke up much later than you'd meant to and you try to shake off a lingering nightmare. You've got a houseful of guests to cook for, a moody teenage daughter sulking in her bedroom and there is a snowstorm to end all snowstorms howling outside.
Welcome to the world of Holly Judge. She's a wife, a mother, and a frustrated poet. And she's one of the central characters in the latest novel from Michigan author Laura Kasischke. It's a psychological thriller called Mind of Winter.
Laura Kasischke joined us today.
Listen to the full interview above.