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Weekly Schedule FOR 01/08 – 01/14

Tulane Women’s Basketball

Saturday, January 13th VS. EAST CAROLINA | 2:00pm Tip-Off | 1:40pm Pregame

Books on Air

Best Selling Non-FictionERNESTO: THE UNTOLD STORY OF HEMINGWAY IN REVOLUTIONARY CUBA written by Andrew Feldman

Great LiteratureTHE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO written by Alexandre Dumas

Best Selling FictionLESSONS IN CHEMISTRY: A NOVEL written by Bonnie Garmus

Contemporary Classics: THE BRIEF AND WONDROUS LIFE OF OSCAR WAO written by Junot Díaz

The Book off the Shelf:  THE SLEEP SOLUTION: WHY YOUR SLEEP IS BROKEN AND HOW TO FIX IT written by W. Chris Winter, MD.

The Random BookTHE FORGOTTEN WAR: A MATT DRAKE NOVEL written by Don Bentley

Little Free Library BookALL THE EVER AFTERS: THE UNTOLD STORY OF CINDERELLA’S STEPMOTHER written by Danielle Teller

Daily Dose of SciencePALE BLUE DOT: A VISION OF THE HUMAN FUTURE IN SPACE written by Carl Sagan

Macabre MondaySOUTHERN FRIED AND HORRIFIED written by Ronald Kelly

Children’s Book:  THE HERO AND THE CROWN written by Robin McKinley

Young Adult LiteratureTHE OTHER WIND written by Ursula K. LeGuin 

The Self-Help BookBEING MORTAL written by Atul Gawande

Mystery HourTHE COLD DISH written by Craig Johnson

Outer LimitsFOUNDATION written by Isaac Asimov

WRBH After DarkBIG SEXY LOVE written by Kirsty Greenwood

BiographiesRIDERS ON THE STORM: MY LIFE WITH JIM MORRISON AND THE DOORS written by John Densmore

Spanish BookLos detectives salvajes written by Roberto Bolaño

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