Our guest is Arnaud de Rambures who opened a French bakery/pâtisserie in Maple Grove last November. Chez Arnaud experienced such a success that his shelves were bare before noon. He speaks to us of his efforts bringing over French ovens and freezers on a cargo ship and of how he finds all of fresh ingredients to give us that delicious French taste.
We speak with Nina Revoyr about her fourth novel, Wingshooters. It is one of O: Oprah Magazine’s Books to Watch For, an IndieBound Indie Next Selection, and a Midwest Connections Pick. Booklist called it a shattering northern variation on To Kill a Mockingbird.
We also speak with novelist Arthur Phillips about his newest book, The Tragedy of Arthur. Arthur Phillips is the author of several award-winning novels, including Prague and The Song Is You.
Disentangle: When You’ve Lost Your Self in Someone Else – Nancy Johnston
By offering her own experience, strength, and hope, Nancy Johnston provides practical solutions to all of us who struggle with separating ourselves from others in a loving way.
In her book, Disentangle: When You’ve Lost Your Self in Someone Else, methods and tools for setting healthy boundaries, recognizing when those boundaries have been crossed, and living peacefully with people and circumstances over which we have no control are shared.
Kinshasha’s conversation with Nancy Johnston provided guidance on developing and strengthening the person I am and the person I want to become. When I’m out of balance and recognize that I’m tumbling into an entanglement.
This in an important conversation helps you reclaim yourself.