Likely Stories

Thursday 7:45am, 4:45pm and 6:47pm. Saturday 8:35am. Sunday 9:35am

So many books, so little time!  Jim McKeown hosts this weekly review of fiction, poetry, non-fiction and biographies.  Jim is a lifelong voracious reader who learned to read by the “rule of 50.”  If he’s not engaged in the characters, the prose, or the plot by page 50, he puts in a book mark and returns it to the shelf.   Likely Stories  is a three and a half minute module that we think you’ll give “FIVE STARS!” 

Likely Stories: J

May 21, 2015
Jim McKeown

Eerie tale of a village in the aftermath of some catastrophe – if it happened.


Short stories of middle America and the characters straddling the line between good and evil, love and hate, success and failure.


Likely Stories: Sister

May 7, 2015

Suspense-filled story of the disappearance of a young art student and her sister's desperate and determined attempt to find her.

Jim McKeown

An impressive and eclectic collection of writings by women round out the first annual Women Writers Month on Likely Stories


Jim McKeown

Collection of poetry by renowned Canadian Author, winner of numerous awards, including the Booker prize for Blind Assassin


Likely Stories: Hunger

Apr 16, 2015
Jim McKeown

A Chinese woman emigrates to America for a better life, and she struggles to adapt to her new land, in the title story of this collection.


Interesting story of the models for some famous paintings from the 14th century to 2060.


Jim McKeown

Interesting reflection on friendship, loyalty, and camaraderie among a group of seven friends as they plan a dinner party.


Likely Stories: Descent

Mar 26, 2015
Jim McKeown

Suspenseful story of a family who loses a daughter in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and how each family member deals with the disappearance.


First book of poetry by Poet Laureate Emeritus of Redmond Washington, Jeannine Hall Gailey, published in 2006.


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