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Ali Hazelwood Love On The Brain podcast

Hypothetical Science | Ali Hazelwood

In this edition of the Love Your Library podcast, Kate speaks to writer and neuroscientist Ali Hazelwood about her works of romantic fiction set among the backdrop of laboratories and research stations. These STEMinist rom-coms, including her latest, Love on the Brain, have earned her the firm position as a bestselling author in today’s literary landscape.

We also chat with Lily, who works across a range of Hampshire Libraries, about her recommended read – from September’s author of the month, Margaret Atwood. The Heart Goes Last is Atwood’s 2015 novel – a love story set in a near-future dystopia.

Other books mentioned during the episode:

And if you liked this episode with Ali Hazelwood, take a look at some of our others. You might enjoy listening to our interviews with Mike Gayle, Soon Wiley and Emma Kennedy.