On today's episode I'm back with a highly anticipated episode on all things books. For my regular listeners, you know I am a huge book junkie and can't pass on a good read, but sometimes life can get in the way and make it difficult to find time to get a good book in. So, today I'm spilling all the tea on how I've developed a sustainable reading habit over the years. I also get into book recommendations that have changed my life, note taking tips for non-fiction books, and so much more. To connect with Siff, click HERE. To learn more about Arrae, click HERE. To learn more about Icing & Glitter, click HERE. To get Flow, click HERE. To get The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid, click HERE. To get Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid, click HERE. To get Jacqueline in Paris by Ann Mah, click HERE. To get Your Future Self Now by Dr. Benjamin Hardy, click HERE. To get The Alter Ego Effect by Todd Herman, click HERE. To get Glucose Revolution by Jessie Inchauspe, click HERE. This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode. Visit drinkmonday.co/DREAMBIGGER for 15% off your order. Produced by Dear Media
CARRIE SOTO IS FUCKING BACK AND SO ARE WE BABY. We're back for another episode focused on a strong FMC and Tori and Maddie are both reveling in it! Carrie is bad bitch who takes no prisoners on her way to becoming the best tennis player of all time and we are obsessed. We relive some of our own childhood sports memories cause who can't relate to at least something in this book?! Anyways were simps for Carrie and we wouldn't want it any other way. Taylor Jenkins Reid, you brilliant son of a bitch, please never stop writing these amazing historical fiction novels.Next Episode: My year of Rest and RelaxationFollow Us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@goodbooksbadbanterFollow Us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goodbooksbadbanter/Hey! You're here every week - you might as well follow along and support us foul mouthed bookish nerds. Click that button and we'll pop up on your feed every Wednesday morning!
It's that time of year when you're casting a big vision, making plans, setting goals, and thinking about the projects that will move your business forward in 2023. But as Helmuth von Moltke the Elder said, no plan survives contact with the enemy. And no business plan survives contact with reality. So what do you do when reality sucker punches you in the gut? We are gonna talk about this and why this podcast went on hiatus unexpectedly at the end of 2022. In this episode: How suddenly becoming a full-time caretaker taxed me mentally and physically Why I started thinking in terms of Minimum Viable Michelle How I evaluated my minimum viable marketing, and why that meant taking time off from the podcast How I repurposed content to maintain contact with my email list and continue generating revenue What made it onto my Thrive List Learn more about Michelle Mazur: Communication Rebel Three Word Rebellion Request a free 1:1 Chat Finally Nail Your Message Resources: Tara Newman Carrie Soto Is Back,Taylor Jenkins Reid
Y un domingo más por aquí, lo que significa nuevo episodio de The Book Nook 🥳 Y este es uno que nos lleváis pidiendo desde hace mucho tiempo 😏 Hoy en The Book Nook hablamos de cómo puntuamos nuestras lecturas 🙌🏼 ¿Por qué utilizamos un sistema basado en ⭐️? ¿Qué ha de tener un libro para llevarse la 5/5 ⭐️? ¿Y las 1/5 ⭐️? Todo esto y mucho más en el episodio de hoy ✨ A continuación os dejamos los libros de los que hemos hablado en este episodio 👇🏼 -Una virtud perversa, Emily Thiede. -Suite Francesa, Irène Némirovsky -En los zapatos de valeria, Elisabet Benavent. -Calendar Girl, Carlan Audrey. -Blood Heir, Amelie Wen Zhao. -Anhelo, Tracy Wolff -Todas mis respuestas, Cherry Chic. -That Weekend, Kara Thomas. -La química del amor, Ali Hazelwood. -De Lukov con amor, Mariana Zapata. -Hija de la diosa de la luna, Sue Lynn Tan. -El Campamento, Blue Jeans. -Los seis de Atlas, Olive Blake. -El regreso de la perra Carrie Soto, Taylor Jenkins Reid. - Jade City, Fonda Lee. -La canción de Aquiles, Maddline Miller. -Te espero en el fin del mundo, Andrea Longarela. - Rock, Paper, Scissors, Alice Feeney. -Babel, R.F Kuang. -Corina de medianoche, Sarah J Maas. -La canción del corazón, T.J Klune.
[Ficção] Resenha do livro "The seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo" (Tradução livre: "Os sete maridos de Evelyn Hugo"), de Taylor Jenkins Reid. O texto escrito está nesse link. Aqui temos a história da vida de uma estrela de cinema na época áurea de Hollywood com todos os ingredientes que a gente já espera: maridos abusivos, relacionamentos secretos, amores impossíveis e intrigas diversas. A surpresa fica por conta do final, que achei bem criativo. Vem saber mais! Para comprar o livro, basta clicar nesse link.
In this week's episode, Merritt shares some of her goals and resolutions for the new year, along with listener submissions to inspire you to get 2023 off to the best start! She also shares her word of the year, which is not something she's ever done before but feels good about. At the top of the episode, Merritt shares some changes she'll be making to the podcast in 2023, along with what she did over the Christmas holiday and some pretty stellar recs & reviews. THANK YOU TO THIS WEEK'S SPONSOR, OLIVE & JUNE! Enjoy 20% off your first Mani System by visiting OliveandJune.com/beckandcall! Follow along on Instagram @beckandcallpodcast for episode visual guides, audio clips and behind the scenes content, and follow @merrittbeck for fashion, travel and more personal content from Merritt! MENTIONED IN THIS WEEK'S EPISODE: June's All Day, Central Market, Russell's Bakery, Villa Zyanya, The Great British Baking Show on Netflix, Spirited on Apple TV, Glass Onion (Knives Out movie on Netflix), The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid.
Our favorite episode of the year, full of our favorite books of the year. Happy New Year from your friends at Well-Read! Books and other media mentioned in this episode: Ann's picks: The Ballad of Perilous Graves by Alex Jennings (buy from Bookshop) - N.K. Jemisen books - Marlon James books Babel, Or the Necessity of Violence: An Arcane History of the Oxford Translators' Revolution by R.F. Kuang (buy from Bookshop) Book Lovers by Emily Henry (buy from Bookshop) The Woman in the Library by Sulari Gentill (buy from Bookshop) - Anthony Horowitz books Mika in Real Life by Emiko Jean (buy from Bookshop) Love in the Time of Serial Killers by Alicia Thompson (buy from Bookshop) Small Angels by Lauren Owen (buy from Bookshop) The It Girl by Ruth Ware (buy from Bookshop) - Wrong Place Wrong Time by Gillian McAllister (buy from Bookshop) The Marlow Murder Club by Robert Thorogood (buy from Bookshop) Deep Water by Patricia Highsmith (buy from Bookshop) Halle's picks: Nora Goes Off Script by Annabel Monahan (buy from Bookshop) The Verifiers by Jane Pek (buy from Bookshop) Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin (buy from Bookshop) - Young Jane Young by Gabrielle Zevin (buy from Bookshop) - The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin (buy from Bookshop) - Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin (buy from Bookshop) We All Want Impossible Things by Catherine Newman (buy from Bookshop) Transcendent Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi (buy from Bookshop) - Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi (buy from Bookshop) The Crane Wife: A Memoir in Essays by C.J. Hauser (buy from Bookshop) - "The Crane Wife" by C.J. Hauser (essay from The Paris Review) All My Rage by Sabaa Tahir (buy from Bookshop) Carrie Soto Is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid (buy from Bookshop) Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus (buy from Bookshop) - Julia (TV) - The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (TV) Great Circle by Maggie Shipstead (buy from Bookshop) - The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towels (buy from Bookshop) - The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert (buy from Bookshop) What We're Reading This Week: Ann: Look Closer by David Ellis (buy from Bookshop) Halle: Georgie, All Along by Kate Clayborn (buy from Bookshop) Well-Read on Facebook Well-Read on Twitter Well-Read on Bookshop Well-Read on Instagram
Mais uma edição de Livra-te D'Ouro, desta vez também com direito a lista de Piores do Ano. 2022 foi fértil em favoritos para a vida e será um ano para recordar. 2023, estamos de olho em ti, ok? - Dear Dolly: on Love, Life and Friendship, Dolly Alderton (5:01) - The Year of Magical Thinking, Joan Didion (6:33) - Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, Gabrielle Zevin (8:52) - A Breve Vida das Flores, Valérie Perrin (10:10) - My Policeman, Bethan Roberts (11:47) - Crying in H Mart, Michelle Zauner (14:43) - Funny Feelings, Tarah Dewitt (16:19) - Swimming in the Dark, Tomasz Jedrowski (18:26) - Cleopatra and Frankenstein, Coco Mellors (20:40) - The Island of Missing Trees, Elif Shafak (23:46) - Conversations on Love, Natasha Lunn (25:33) - Sorrow and Bliss, Meg Mason (27:50) - Book Lovers, Emily Henry (31:13) - Piranesi, Susanna Clarke (32:45) - Open Water, Caleb Azumah Nelson (34:24) - Carrie Sotto is Back, Taylor Jenkins Reid (36:09) - Lizzie & Dante, Mary Bly (37:51) - Heartstopper, Alice Oseman (39:43) - The Dinner List, Rebecca Serle (40:35) - Circe, Madeline Miller (41:14) - This is How You Lose the Time War, Amal El-Mohtar e Max Gladstone (41:41) - How to Kill Your Family, Bella Mackie (42:46) - The Roughest Draft, Emily Wibberley & Austin Siegemund-Broka (43:31) - His Best Friend's Little Sister, Vivian Wood (44:02) - Daddy in Demand, Muriel Jensen (44:56) - To Hate Adam Connor, Ella Maise (45:25) - Reminders of Him, Colleen Hoover (46:20) - Para Interromper o Amor, Mónica Marques (46:46) - Tombos, Eunice Maciel (47:33) - Her Villains, Jade Presley (48:52) - A Court of Thorns and Roses, Sarah J. Maas (49:29) - Icebreaker, Hannah Grace (50:03) - Loveless, Alice Oseman (51:13) - Accidentally Amy, Lynn Painter (52:07) - A Sibila, Agustina Bessa-Luis (53:28) - Breathless, Jennifer Niven (53:52) - Beauty Sick, Renee Engeln (54:19) Enviem as vossas questões ou sugestões para firstname.lastname@example.org. Juntem-se ao nosso Discord em: https://discord.gg/aRR7B2dfBT. Encontrem-nos nas redes sociais: www.instagram.com/julesdsilva www.instagram.com/ritadanova/ twitter.com/julesxdasilva twitter.com/RitaDaNova [a imagem do podcast é da autoria da maravilhosa, incrível e talentosa Mariana Cardoso, que podem encontrar em email@example.com]
In this episode: Molly Fader's first fiction love was romance, which she discovered at the tender age of 12 and which was “Putting words to feelings I had.”Having never thought of romance stories in that way, I really appreciated this new way of seeing the genre.In our conversation, we talk about Molly's new book, The Sunshine Girls. It's a dual timeline story that tells the tale of BettyKay and Kitty who, in 1967, run away to Hollywood hoping to hit the big time.A year later BettyKay returns home, and her life takes a new direction. Kitty stays in Hollywood.Fifty years later, at BettyKay's funeral, her daughters are shocked when the famous movie star, Kitty, makes an appearance and turns their world upside down.It's a love story between friends and examines the lengths women will go to protect their friends.If you enjoyed The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid, you'll love The Sunshine Girls, by Molly Fader.Molly has been writing for many years now, publishing over 60 books and she kindly shared with us how she puts together a synopsis, what goes into that document, at what point she stops planning and starts writing, and what a writing day looks like for her.Molly starts with her premise and builds upon it like a snowball. She figures out as much as she can ahead of time, but at some point, she says you've just got to write. It's the gaps in her planning that allow for magic to happen, and that's what she loves. She says that if she had it all worked out ahead of time, she'd lose interest.Molly was incredibly generous with her time and expertise, and I for one cannot wait to step into The Sunshine Girls.Connect with Molly:https://mollyfader.com/https://twitter.com/MollyOKwrites https://www.bookbub.com/authors/molly-o-keefehttps://www.facebook.com/molly.faderhttps://www.goodreads.com/author/show/18435981.Molly_FaderBuzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show
Our 2022 year-end reading roundup continues today with our Best Books of 2022 Genre Awards with Susie Boutry (@NovelVisits). We reveal our Overall Best Books (Fiction and Nonfiction) and we have a full breakdown by genre, including: Best Literary Fiction, Best Backlist Read in 2022, Best Romance, Best Brain Candy, Best Genre Mash-Up, and more! Plus, this year I'm sharing the winners for these same genres as chosen by the Sarah's Bookshelves Live Patreon community! This post contains affiliate links through which I make a small commission when you make a purchase (at no cost to you!). Announcements Check out my 2022 Holiday Gift Guide! My 2023 Reading Tracker is out! This year, the Tracker will ONLY be available to $7/month Superstars patrons (i.e., I will no longer be selling it for $14.99 here on my website). Learn more about the Tracker here and become a Superstars Patron to purchase here! Highlights My thoughts on 2022 for the podcast — including top episodes based on download stats. Overview of Susie's and Sarah's 2022 year in reading — including trends and stats. Favorite books of the year: overall and by genre, including the SBL Patreon Community's picks. 2022 Genre Awards [18:13] Sarah The Measure by Nikki Erlick | Amazon | Bookshop.org [18:42] Finding Me by Viola Davis | Amazon | Bookshop.org [24:18] The Golden Season by Madeline Kay Sneed | Amazon | Bookshop.org [26:39] Unlikely Animals by Annie Hartnett | Amazon | Bookshop.org [28:19] Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid | Amazon | Bookshop.org [30:36] Dilettante by Dana Brown | Amazon | Bookshop.org [33:35] Wrong Place, Wrong Time by Gillian McAllister | Amazon | Bookshop.org [37:27] Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus | Amazon | Bookshop.org [39:53] Bad City by Paul Pringle | Amazon | Bookshop.org [42:27] Never Simple by Liz Sheier | Amazon | Bookshop.org [45:20] The Roughest Draft by Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka | Amazon | Bookshop.org [47:01] Upgrade by Blake Crouch | Amazon | Bookshop.org [49:52] More Than You'll Ever Know by Katie Gutierrez | Amazon | Bookshop.org [56:22] The One by John Marrs | Amazon | Bookshop.org [1:02:51] Susie Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver | Amazon | Bookshop.org [20:04] Solito by Javier Zamora | Amazon | Bookshop.org [24:53] Vladimir by Julia May Jonas | Amazon | Bookshop.org [27:15] Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin | Amazon | Bookshop.org [28:53] Someday, Maybe by Onyi Nwabineli | Amazon | Bookshop.org [31:10] Cover Story by Susan Rigetti | Amazon | Bookshop.org [34:21] Beautiful Little Fools by Jillian Cantor | Amazon | Bookshop.org [38:16] Trust by Hernan Diaz | Amazon | Bookshop.org [40:16] Dilettante by Dana Brown | Amazon | Bookshop.org [45:45] Nora Goes Off Script by Annabel Monaghan | Amazon | Bookshop.org [47:57] The Light Pirate by Lily Brooks-Dalton | Amazon | Bookshop.org [50:24] The Measure by Nikki Erlick | Amazon | Bookshop.org [51:59] The Change by Kirsten Miller | Amazon | Bookshop.org [53:07] Unlikely Animals by Annie Hartnett | Amazon | Bookshop.org [54:57] Now Is Not the Time to Panic by Kevin Wilson | Amazon | Bookshop.org [56:48] All My Rage by Sabaa Tahir | Amazon | Bookshop.org [58:44] We All Want Impossible Things by Catherine Newman | Amazon | Bookshop.org [1:00:49] The Storyteller by Dave Grohl | Amazon | Bookshop.org [1:03:08] Patrons Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin | Amazon | Bookshop.org [23:06] Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus | Amazon | Bookshop.org [23:14] Finding Me by Viola Davis | Amazon | Bookshop.org [25:41] Nora Goes Off Script by Annabel Monaghan | Amazon | Bookshop.org [36:11] Wrong Place, Wrong Time by Gillian McAllister | Amazon | Bookshop.org [39:21] Take My Hand by Dolen Perkins-Valdez | Amazon | Bookshop.org [41:17] Bad City by Paul Pringle | Amazon | Bookshop.org [43:53] Finding Me by Viola Davis | Amazon | Bookshop.org [46:33] Book Lovers by Emily Henry | Amazon | Bookshop.org [49:06] Sea of Tranquility by Emily St. John Mandel | Amazon | Bookshop.org [51:36] The Measure by Nikki Erlick | Amazon | Bookshop.org [52:31] Legends & Lattes by Travis Baldree | Amazon | Bookshop.org [53:46] Hidden Pictures by Jason Rekulak | Amazon | Bookshop.org [54:23] Happy-Go-Lucky by David Sedaris | Amazon | Bookshop.org [55:43] Unlikely Animals by Annie Hartnett | Amazon | Bookshop.org [58:00] All My Rage by Sabaa Tahir | Amazon | Bookshop.org [1:00:04] Beartown by Fredrik Backman | Amazon | Bookshop.org [1:03:54] Other Books Mentioned Love & Saffron by Kim Fay [9:41] People Person by Candice Carty-Williams [9:51] Nightcrawling by Leila Mottley [11:09] Flight by Lynn Steger Strong [11:12] Trespasses by Louise Kennedy [11:13] The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V. E. Schwab [20:45] The Paper Palace by Miranda Cowley Heller [20:53] Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid [23:36] The Winners by Fredrik Backman [23:47] Bomb Shelter by Mary Laura Philpott [25:50] I'm Glad My Mom Died by Jennette McCurdy [25:57] Honor by Thrity Umrigar [29:40] Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson [29:50] The Swimmers by Julie Otsuka [29:53] Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid [30:44] Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby Van Pelt [35:47] The Violin Conspiracy by Brendan Slocumb [39:17] The Marriage Portrait by Maggie O'Farrell [42:04] These Precious Days by Ann Patchett [43:38] How to Keep House While Drowning by KC Davis, LPC [44:42] Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid [47:13] Part of Your World by Abby Jimenez [49:19] The Bodyguard by Katherine Center [49:22] Dark Matter by Blake Crouch [50:02] Recursion by Blake Crouch [50:03] The Displacements by Bruce Holsinger [51:50] How High We Go in the Dark by Sequoia Nagamatsu [52:22] Babel by R. F. Huang [52:42] A River Enchanted by Rebecca Ross [53:55] The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches by Sangu Mandanna [54:03] Hide by Kiersten White [54:25] Hello, Molly! by Molly Shannon [55:38] Olga Dies Dreaming by Xochitl Gonzalez [57:54] The Cartographers by Peng Shepard [58:14] The Final Gambit by Jennifer Lynn Barnes [1:00:27] The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes [1:00:31] Memphis by Tara M. Stringfellow [1:02:24] These Silent Woods by Kimi Cunningham Grant [1:04:20] Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh [1:04:36] Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer [1:04:44]
Malibu Rising is a story about a family of four siblings that were drawn tight together by their parent's unhealthy relationship. With one parent, the father being a world-renowned legendary singer found that monogamy was just something he couldn't see himself committing to. Because of that, he withdrew from his family leaving the children to raise themselves after the sudden passing of their mother. It all came to a head when he showed up at their annual end-of-the-summer party. This is a story about family, depression, lack of self-discipline, secrets, and acceptance. Join us as we unpack Taylor Jenkins Reid's "Malibu Rising".
Is everything happening or is nothing happening??? We could not tell you. Next week we are finishing Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus! In this episode we announce our next book club read: Our Wives Under the Sea by Julia Armfield Follow us on Instagram: @booktok_podcast Follow us on TikTok: @booktokpodcast Shop our Bookshop.org storefront: https://bookshop.org/shop/booktok --- Other books mentioned in this episode: The Second Sex by Simone de Beauvoir The Kitchen Front by Jennifer Ryan The Midnight Library Matt Haig Looking for Alaska by John Green Kiss Her Once for Me by Allison Cochrun Written in the Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur One Day in December by Josie Silver Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Sure, we're all out here working hard and trying to live our very best lives, but what if you think the best way to achieve your dreams is under the glare of television lights? On this edition of The Weekly Reader, we review two new novels that go behind the scenes (and all that glamour!) and show us how “real” things truly are: "Small Game" by Blair Braverman, and "Carrie Soto is Back" by Taylor Jenkins Reid. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Our 2022 year-end reading roundup starts today with Best Books of 2022 Superlatives with Susie Boutry (@NovelVisits). This year, we're splitting our wrap-up into two episodes: Superlatives and Genre Awards (coming in mid-December). We have 17 Superlatives categories for you, including Most and Least Deserving of the Hype, Biggest Surprise, the Book I Hated that Everyone Else Loved, and more! This post contains affiliate links through which I make a small commission when you make a purchase (at no cost to you!). Announcements Check out my 2022 Holiday Gift Guide! My 2023 Reading Tracker will be coming out in early December! This year, the Tracker will ONLY be available to $7/month Superstars patrons (i.e. I will no longer be selling it for $14.99 here on my website). Become a Superstars Patron here! Highlights Our best books of the year from 17 categories, including: Most and Least Deserving of the Hype Underrated Gems Favorite Fiction and Nonfiction on Audio The Book You Flew Through Biggest Surprise Best Heartwarming Book A 2022 Book You Missed, but Plan to Read 2022 Superlatives [5:27] Sarah Carris Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid | Amazon | Bookshop.org [7:13] Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus | Amazon | Bookshop.org [7:16] Any Other Family by Eleanor Brown | Amazon | Bookshop.org [9:39] Bad City by Paul Pringle | Amazon | Bookshop.org [13:30] More Than You'll Ever Know by Katie Gutierrez | Amazon | Bookshop.org [17:33] Cover Story by Susan Rigetti | Amazon | Bookshop.org [20:08] Finding Me by Viola Davis | Amazon | Bookshop.org [24:07] The Winners by Fredrik Backman | Amazon | Bookshop.org [28:20] Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin | Amazon | Bookshop.org [31:09] The Violin Conspiracy by Brendan Slocumb | Amazon | Bookshop.org [34:27] The Local by Joey Hartstone | Amazon | Bookshop.org [37:31] Someday, Maybe by Onyi Nwabineli | Amazon | Bookshop.org [41:48] People Person by Candice Carty-Williams | Amazon | Bookshop.org [42:18] Unlikely Animals by Annie Hartnett | Amazon | Bookshop.org [43:53] Olga Dies Dreaming by Xochitl Gonzalez | Amazon | Bookshop.org [45:51] Love and Saffron by Kim Fay | Amazon | Bookshop.org [48:47] Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver | Amazon | Bookshop.org [52:08] Susie Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin | Amazon | Bookshop.org [6:17] The Younger Wife by Sally Hepworth | Amazon | Bookshop.org [8:12] When We Were Bright and Beautiful by Jillian Medoff | Amazon | Bookshop.org [8:17] Cleopatra and Frankenstein by Coco Mellors | Amazon | Bookshop.org [11:21] Trust by Hernan Diaz | Amazon | Bookshop.org [15:31] Every Summer After by Carley Fortune | Amazon | Bookshop.org [19:23] Solito by Javier Zamora | Amazon | Bookshop.org [25:28] We Spread by Iain Reid | Amazon | Bookshop.org [26:48] Can't Look Away by Carola Lovering | Amazon | Bookshop.org [32:37] The Light Pirate by Lily Brooks-Dalton (December 6, 2022) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [35:52] The Winners by Fredrik Backman | Amazon | Bookshop.org [39:44] Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver | Amazon | Bookshop.org [40:40] Nightcrawling by Leila Mottley | Amazon | Bookshop.org [42:54] We All Want Impossible Things by Catherine Newman | Amazon | Bookshop.org [47:11] Unlikely Animals by Annie Hartnett | Amazon | Bookshop.org [47:14] Someday, Maybe by Onyi Nwabineli | Amazon | Bookshop.org [47:17] This Time Tomorrow by Emma Straub | Amazon | Bookshop.org [47:57] Babel by R. F. Kuang | Amazon | Bookshop.org [50:44] Other Books Mentioned Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid [7:24] The Ingenue by Rachel Kapelke-Dale (December 6, 2022) [12:51] Vladimir by Julia May Jonas [19:10] The Measure by Nikki Erlick [23:30] Beartown by Fredrik Backman [28:39] Tell Me Lies by Carola Lovering [32:42] Too Good to Be True by Carola Lovering [32:43] The Latecomer by Jean Hanff Korelitz [33:31] The Plot by Jean Hanff Korelitz [33:33] Good Morning, Midnight by Lily Brooks-Dalton [36:00] Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh [38:30] About Susie Boutry Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Susie has loved reading for as long as she can remember. Some of her fondest childhood memories involve long afternoons at the library and then reading late into the night. More than ten years ago, she began journaling about the books she read and turned that passion into writing about books. Her first forays were as a guest reviewer on a friend's blog, but she soon realized she wanted to be reviewing and talking about books on a blog of her own. From there, Novel Visits was born. That was in 2016 and, though the learning curve was steep, she loves being a part of the book community. Novel Visits focuses on new novel reviews (print and audio), previews of upcoming releases, and musings on all things bookish.
¿Os suenan los títulos “Farsa de amor a la española” y “The American Roommate Experiment”? 👀 Hoy en The Book Nook, en nuestro segundo “Café con” ☕️de la Temporada 2, hemos invitado a la famosísima autora española Elena Armas a conversar con nosotras sobre muuuuchas cosas 🙊 ¿Cómo se convirtió Elena en una autora de romance aclamada a nivel internacional? ¿Cuál es su proceso de escritora? ¿Qué diferencias hay entre sus dos novelas? ¿Tiene proyectos futuros? Y...lo más importante ¿a quién prefiere, a Aaron Blackford o a Lucas Martín? 🤪👀 Todo esto y mucho más en el Episodio 2x12 de The Book Nook ¿estáis listas? 📚☕️ 👉🏼A continuación os dejamos la lista de libros de los que hemos hablado en el episodio: - Donde el silencio se rompe, Susana Herrero - Trilogía A fate of wrath and flame, K.A. Tucker - A Kingdome of flesh and fire, Jenniffer L. Armentrout - La química del amor, Ali Hazelwood - The Spanish Love Deception (Farsa de amor a la española) y The American Roommate Experiment (Experimentó de Amor en Nueva York), Elena Armas - Los dos amores de mi vida, Taylor Jenkins Reid
Hoy platicamos del libro “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” de Taylor Jenkins Reid, en español “Los siete maridos de Evelyn Hugo”. Una historia fascinante por que nada es lo que parece. Trata mucho de la doble vida que llevan los artistas y sobre todo la presión social a la que son sometidos. Sobre todo en una época en donde las mujeres eran mucho más vulnerables antes del #metoo. No se pierdan el episodio, les va a encantar descubrir esta personalidad de mujer tan increible!
In the Fall 2022 Book Preview, Catherine (Gilmore Guide to Books) and I shared our 16 most-anticipated books that released mid-August – December 2022. In today's episode, we're going to circle back to update you on the books we've had a chance to read — or at least attempt. This post contains affiliate links, through which I make a small commission when you make a purchase (at no cost to you!). Highlights We discuss how the types of books released in the fall seem to have changed. Sarah comes back with two 5-star books! Catherine and Sarah share their Fall 2022 reading stats and success rates. The reading experience was a roller coaster ride from stellar picks, to middling reads, and 3 DNFs between the two of us. The best and worst picks from the Fall 2022 Book Preview. Books We Read Before the Preview [5:14] Sarah's Picks: Carrie Soto Is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid (August 30) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [5:56] Now Is Not the Time to Panic by Kevin Wilson (November 8) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [7:14] Fall 2022 Circle Back [9:43] August Catherine's Picks: American Fever by Dur e Aziz Amna (August 16) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [9:49] The House of Fortune by Jessie Burton (August 30) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [15:42] September Sarah's Pick: The Two Lives of Sara by Catherine Adel West (September 6) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [12:27] Catherine's Picks: The Fortunes of Jaded Women by Carolyn Huynh (September 6) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [21:04] The Marriage Portrait by Maggie O'Farrell (September 6) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [27:06] How Not to Drown in a Glass of Water by Angie Cruz (September 13) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [34:24] October Sarah's Picks: Keep It in the Family by John Marrs (October 18) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [18:05] Anywhere You Run by Wanda M. Morris (October 25) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [24:47] Catherine's Pick: The Atlas Paradox by Olivie Blake (October 25) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [41:26] November Sarah's Picks: Someday, Maybe by Onyi Nwabineli (November 1) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [30:04] Winterland by Rae Meadows (November 29) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [37:08] Catherine's Pick: The Cloisters by Katy Hays (November 1) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [47:57] December Sarah's Pick: The Ingenue by Rachel Kapelke-Dale (December 6) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [43:55] Catherine's Pick: The Book of Everlasting Things by Aanchal Malhotra (December 27) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [50:52] Other Books Mentioned Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid [6:14] Signal Fires by Dani Shapiro [8:45] Saving Ruby King by Catherine Adel West [12:43] The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton [16:01] When the Stars Go Dark by Paula McLain [20:34] Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan [23:35] All Her Little Secrets by Wanda M. Morris [25:10] Hamnet by Maggie O'Farrell [27:17] Unlikely Animals by Annie Hartnett [33:01] The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake [41:36] The Ballerinas by Rachel Kapelke-Dale [45:02] My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell [46:05] The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger [49:30] Social Creature by Tara Isabella Burton [49:52] Necessary People by Anna Pitoniak [49:55] About Catherine Gilmore Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Catherine started The Gilmore Guide to Books over 10 years ago after wrapping up a career as a corporate librarian. She loves books and reading (surprise!) and currently lives in Seattle, WA.
Today, Marisa and Kayla sit down with a glass of wine to discuss Carrie Soto Is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid. We laugh, we drink, we cry (just kidding!), and we share our *highly* professional opinions concerning this book. We hope you enjoy it!!!
I interview B.A. Paris about her latest book “The Prisoner” and then interview Katie Fforde about “A Wedding in Provence”. I also review “The Interview” by C M Ewan, “The Club” by Ellery Lloyd and “Malibu Rising” by Taylor Jenkins Reid. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Este episodio es sobre Taylor Jenkins Reid, autora de los libros ‘Forever Interrupted', ‘One True Loves', ‘Maybe in Another Life”, “After I do”, ‘The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo', ‘Daisy Jones & The Six', ‘Malibu Rising', y ‘Carrie Soto is Back'. Conversamos sobre la vida de Jenkins Reid, los libros de su autoría que hemos leído y cuales han sido nuestros favoritos, Hacemos nuestro acostumbrado análisis de los personajes y sus motivaciones. Finalmente, tenemos un profundo intercambio sobre las relaciones entre estos y las implicaciones de las mismas.
Welcome readers to an analysis episode of the FABULOUS book The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid! Ciera and Martha discuss Evelyn Hugo, all 7 of her husbands, as well as some other key characters. Do you agree with the calculating Virgo energy we see from Evelyn? A spoiler alert is definitely in effect here! Let us know your thoughts on these deep an interesting characters, as well as your Mercury placement and your speed-reading level!
Welcome to this month's Elevate Book Club episode! In this episode, we're chatting with Kylie Epperson about this month's book, **The 7 Husbands of Evelyn Hugo**. In Elevate Book Club, every month we'll read and discuss a new book as an Elevate community. At the beginning of the month, we'll send out an email with that month's book title and the guest who picked it. Then, at the end of the month, tune into our podcast for an episode devoted entirely to all things book club fun! In this episode of **Book Club** we cover: - This month's book, **The 7 Husbands of Evelyn Hugo**, by **Taylor Jenkins Reid** and how it was interpreted by each Kylie, Tara, and Natalie - How the messaging in this book applies to our life and what each gal got out of it - Favorite takeaways Check out the show notes here: https://www.elevateyouragstory.com/blogposts/047-book-club-the-7-husbands-of-evelyn-hugo
In this week's episode of Pages n' Pages, we're adding more books to your TBR (to be read) lists! We are talking about all the books we're interested in that come out in October, November and December! Maybe these books can hep you reach your Goodreads goals. What We've Read and What We Are Reading: Icebreaker (UCMH #1) by Hannah Grace Just Like Home by Sarah Gailey and narrated by Xe Sands Carrie Soto was Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid and narrated by Stacy Gonzalez, Patrick Mcenroe, Rob Simmelkjaer, Brendan Wayne, Max Meyers, Reynaldo Piniella, Vidish Athavale, Tom Bromhead, Heath Miller, Julia Whelan, Sara Arrington Heatwave (The Extraordinaries #3) by TJ Klune and narrated by Michael Leslie Cemetery Boy by Aiden Thomas and narrated by Avi Roque Electric Idol (Dark Olympus #2) by Katee Robert In the Event of Love (Fern Falls #1) by Courtney Kae. Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. The Husband's Secret by Liane Moriarty. Additional Book Mentions: Snow, Glass Apples by Neil Gaiman Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll The Off Campus Series by Elle Kennedy The Rusk University Series by Cora Carmack A Forbidden Fate by Kaven Hirning October: Our Missing Hearts by Celeste Ng The First to Die at the End by Adam Silvera Cradles of the Reich by Jennifer Coburn Numb to This by Kindra Neely Berlingers by Vesper Stamper Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing by Matthew Perry Mistakes Were Made by Meryl Wilsner When Life Gives You Vampires by Gloria Duke Our Missing Hearts by Celeste Ng The Kraken's Sacrifice by Katee Robert Newsroom Confidential by Margaret Sullivan It Starts With Us by Colleen Hoover Beyond the Wand by Tom Felton A Cosmic Kind of Love by Samantha Young The Atlas Paradox by Olivie Blake Sign Here by Claudia Lux Lore Olympus Volume 3 by Rachel Smythe November: When Franny Stands Up by Eden Robins Gleanings: Stories from the Arch of the Sythe by Neil Schusterman The Light We Carry by Michelle Obama Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six by Lisa Unger Astrid Parker Doesn't Fall by Ashley Herring Blake Never Ever Getting Back Together by Sophie Gonzales Going Rogue (#29) Janet Evanovich Cursed (Guild #2) by Marissa Meyer Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing by Matthew Perry Paris Daillencourt is about to Crumble by Alexis Hall The Luminaries by Susan Dennard The Cloisters by Katy Hays Scattered Showers by Rainbow Rowell Ship Wrecked by Olivia Dade The Heart of the Sun Warrior by Sue Lynn Tan The Wilderwomen by Ruth Emmie Lang A Wilderness of Stars by Shea Ernshaw December: The Book of Everlasting Things by Aanchal Malhotra The Widowmaker by Hannah Morrissey To Get to the Other Side by Kelly Ohlert Five Survive by Holly Jackson Anastasia by Sophie Lark Check out Pages n' Pages on Instagram. These opinions of the books are entirely our own. Image by Kapona via Vector Stock.
Link to video podcast: *Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast!* Hi everyone! Thank you so much for coming back to listen to another episode. This week I'm talking to Stacey Boateng about all things related to interracial dating. I hope you all enjoy it! Stacey, thank you so much for being my guest this week! IG: @bydaniellerichardson Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (contact me if you want to be on an episode or if you have any feedback/episode ideas!) Stacey's IGs: @_staacia1 & @_stacebakes Recommended Books: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid and The Midnight Library by Matt Haig Special thanks to Dara Michelle and Mayah Dyson for allowing me to use their work for the podcast! They're so talented! Everyone go support their art! Dara's art: drawnbydara.com -- You can order prints, stickers, etc and you can get personal commissions! Mayah's music: @mayahdyson & mayahdyson.com -- check out her newest single called Can't Get Away! Thank you so much for listening. Talk to y'all in a couple weeks
In this week's episode of Pages n' Pages, we're celebrating spooky month by discussing the source material some of the most well-known scary movies we know! No jump scares here, just lots of spooky movies and the books they're based off of. Have you read any of these books that were turned into iconic scary movies? What We've Read and What We Are Reading: Aces Wild: A Heist by Amanda DeWitt and narrated by Robbie Daymond Lore Olympus: Volume Two by Rachel Smythe Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid and narrated by Stacy Gonzalez, Patrick Mcenroe, Rob Simmelkjaer, Brendan Wayne, Max Meyers, Reynaldo Piniella, Vidish Athavale, Tom Bromhead, Heath Miller, Julia Whelan, Sara Arrington Owen (The Shifters of Bear Valley #1) by Elle M. Drew Kulti by Mariana Zapata Every Summer After by Carley Fortune Just Like Home by Sarah Gailey and narrated by Xe Sands The Husband's Secret by Liane Moriarty For the Throne (Wilderwood #2) by Hanna Additional Book Mentions: The Wall of Winnipeg and Me by Mariana Zapata Psycho by Robert Bloch The Exorcist by William Peter Blattey Practical Magic by Alice Hoffman I Know What You Did Last Summer by Lois Duncan Ring by Koji Suzuki The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson My Best Friend's Exorcism by Grady Hendrix Jaws by Peter Benchley The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris Carrie by Stephen King Hocus Pocus by A.W. Jantha Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz The Legend of Sleepy Hollow- Washington Irving Goosebumps by R.L. Stine The Witches- Roald Dahl Casper the Friendly Ghost by Lars Bourne Check out Pages n' Pages on Instagram. These opinions are entirely our own. Image by Kapona via Vector Stock.
We are back with our favorite episode, Read the Room! Carrie Soto is Back is about a tennis player coming out of retirement to reclaim her record and title as being the best tennis player in the world. Taylor Jenkins Reid does an amazing job shining light on the dedication pro athletes have to have in order to be the best at their craft. We talk about gender roles, the mention of Princess Diana and what women have to do to stay relevant in any field. Let us know what you think by leaving a 5 star review. Tell your friends and enemies about us
Chris Barnes and Amelia Grant, one of our Library Health Associates, to talk about everything she's reading, watching, and listening to--and it's quite a lot! Check out all of these items with your EBPL library card here! https://ilove.ebpl.org/adults/news/read-watch-listen-s3ep5-amelia-grant READ Imaginary friend by Stephen Chbosky Beautiful Country by Qian Julie Wang WATCH She-Hulk (Disney+ - subscription required) The Rings of Power (Amazon Prime-subscription required) LISTEN Twice (K-Pop): Between 1&2 My Favorite Murder Podcast Stay Sexy & Don't Get Murdered by Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark Daisy Jones & the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid and Jennifer Beals
Welcome back to another episode! This week, we discuss Taylor Jenkins Reid's most recent release, Carrie Soto is Back. And, indeed, the b**** is back and better than ever. Carrie's story is captivating and all three of us note how pleasantly surprised we were when we became invested in the world of tennis (despite our bad experiences involving it). We also somehow sidetrack to our Animal Jam past and reminisce about our favorite mini-games, feelings of superiority, and bad financial decisions. Unsurprisingly, we also plug the book playlists that we created recently that you can view here: Book Expectations.
With a book that has seven husbands in it, it really isn't about the husbands at all. And we loved every second of it. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo is a story of old Hollywood, the struggle to fit into society's perfect mold, and what it means to be idolized and hated all at once. Our Historical Fiction expert, Abby Williams, joins me today to talk about a book that yanked at our heartstrings, had us yelling at the characters through the page, and had us RUNNING to the bookstore to pick up any more Taylor Jenkins Reid books we could find. In this episode we cover: Why we don't necessarily like Evelyn, but we do respect her TJR is the QUEEN of character development…THE QUEEN Why we're now secretly thinking, “What if we named our future daughters, Connor” Open your book and press play on a podcast episode that will leave you rethinking your desire for fame and fortune. Mentioned in the Pairings section of the podcast: Halston (TV Show) City of Girls (Book) Daisy Jones and the Six (Book) Hollywood (Book) A Star is Born (Movie) La La Land (Movie) A League of Their Own (TV Show) Little Women (Book) Wine Pairings: 2018 Screaming Eagle ; Cote de Roses; and SALDO
U.S. Open....Forehand....Backhand...Serve....Ball. These are tennis terms only TRUE fans will know. The best way to become a true fan, you ask? Read TJR's Carrie Soto is Back with us! It's book week babbyyy! We're closing out September with a refreshing, inspiring, and intense tennis epic. As always we start with some opening thoughts but quickly jump into our favorite characters, Carrie's passion/mindset within the game, and the power of her relationship with Nikki Chan. And we close with a shoutout to arguably the 2 greatest non-fiction tennis players of all time and the wild timing of their retirement in relation to this book's release. We're onto you Taylor Jenkins Reid! Let us know what YOU thought!! Be sure to pick up your copy of Salem's Lot for October! Thank you all for following, listening, and reading along with us!! Don't forget to send us your quotes of the week! Hit us up on Instagram/Twitter or Gmail (below) with any and all of your thoughts on this week's episode and check out our TikTok for more Bookends content. Enjoy and join us next week for more book-talk! Instagram: Bookends_With_Friends TikTok: bookendswithfriendspod Email: BookendsWithFriends@gmail.com Twitter: @BookendsPod
I interview Catherine Steadman about her latest book “The Family Game” and then interview Iain Dale about his new book “On This Day In Politics” plus I also review “Carrie Soto Is Back” by Taylor Jenkins Reid, “The Marriage Portrait” by Maggie O'Farrell and “All Among The Barley” by Melissa Harrison. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We are Traci and Ellie, two bookish friends who talk in any spare minute that we have. This week is all about our love of Taylor Jenkins Reid! To shop the books listed in this episode, visit our shop at bookshop.org. Literally Reading: The Winners by Fredrik Backman (Traci) The Overdue Life of Amy Byler by Kelly Harms (Ellie) Open the Book: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo Daisy Jones and the Six Malibu Rising Carrie Soto is Back After I Do One True Loves Maybe in Another Life Forever Interrupted
Amazon's New Kindle 11th Generation Links Click here to buy the new Kindle for $99.99 - ships October 12, 2022 Kevin Keith on TKC 533 October 19, 2018 - New Kindle Paperwhite! 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Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for September 12, 2022 is: invective in-VEK-tiv noun Invective means "insulting or abusive language." It can also refer to an abusive expression or speech. // Her opening campaign speech was, to the shock of everyone present, filled with invective that contrasted sharply with the expectations of those in attendance. See the entry > Examples: There's a racial aspect [to Taylor Jenkins Reid's novel Carrie Soto is Back] too: the powerfully built, Latina Carrie is judged very differently to the supermodel blondes on tour. Reid includes mocked-up newspaper articles and transcripts of TV shows to illustrate the misogynistic invective that plagues her—and which, unfortunately, is far from historic.” — Marianka Swain, The Telegraph (London), 20 Aug. 2022 Did you know? Invective originated in the 15th century as an adjective meaning "of, relating to, or characterized by insult or abuse," but by the early 16th century, it was functioning as a noun referring to a harsh verbal attack, and within a few decades, to abusive language as a whole. Invective is similar to verbal abuse, but in addition to being a more formal term than abuse, invective tends to suggest not only anger and vehemence but also rhetorical skill. It sometimes also implies public denunciation, as in "blistering political invective."
Fall is bringing with it some great book releases. Sarah and Jayme are anxiously waiting for a few of them, but got their hands on some already. What books are you excited for this fall? Sarah's Shelf: The It Girl by Ruth Ware A Lady's Guide to Fortune-Hunting by Sophie Irwin Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid Jayme's Shelf: The Comfort Book by Matt Haig Bright Burning Things by Lisa Harding Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid
"He's a 6 but he's on a really cool podcast..." Join us this week as we discuss Spaghetti Protagonists and Bookshelf Sleeping Hunks! Parker is moving on to bigger and better things as a voice actor, Daniel has never hung a picture frame straight in his life, and Brett has an unquenchable thirst for Capri Sun. Don't forget to pick up Carrie Soto Is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid for our September Book Club Pick and email us for any book discussions or quote of the week quotes! Instagram: Bookends_With_Friends TikTok: bookendswithfriendspod Email: BookendsWithFriends@gmail.com Twitter: @BookendsPod
On today's episode we discuss a “banger” of a book: Carrie Soto Is Back, by New York Times bestselling author Taylor Jenkins Reid. The novel tells the story of a legendary athlete attempting a comeback when the world considers her past her prime. In the end we declare that, thanks to this book and our discussion, Carinn is back, Kate is back and Carinn & Kate are back!! Oh, and Carrie is too! Complicated Woman: Carrie Soto. We have a lot to say about Carrie, a character who unapologetically wears the “unlikeable” label. Scenes. We discuss all our favorite scenes that show Carrie's arc - how she learned to love, to lose and to find her heart both on and off the court. We've picked all the best scenes with her father, Bowe, Nicki Chan and more! (09:30) What's Your Damage, Carrie? We put Carrie on the couch and discuss the lessons she needs to learn about being ambitious, but not letting it lead her by the nose. Our diagnosis comes from Carrie's mom: don't let them call you a warrior when you are a queen. (43:25) What She Said: Taylor Jenkins Reid. Kate loves an interview where Taylor asks the question - “when is enough enough?” We debate whether and when women should lay down their “swords” and try to find balance. Carinn shares the much-needed lesson she learned from Taylor's publishing journey: Don't stop in the middle of the story. (49:53) Crystal Ball. We speculate about what's next for Carrie because to us she's basically a real person! (60:09) Who Won? Spanglish brings up unexpected grief for Carinn and Kate declares that losing is what won. Whaaaat? Yep, listen to hear the two get personal. (62:37) Takeaways. Kate realizes that she may just need to learn the same lessons and grow in the same areas as Carrie. Carinn is inspired by the origins of the tennis term 'love'. (76:42)
We're taking off this week! Enjoy this oldie but goodie... Comprised entirely of dialogue, this is the first-hand account of one band's meteoric rise to fame in the 1970s. It openly relates the few triumphs and many failures, that took them from the top to the bottom and everywhere in between. More importantly, this story is about the destructive and healing power of love. The name of the band is Daisy Jones and Six. Our book is Daisy Jones and The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid. Let's GET LIT! Find Alexis and Kari online: Instagram — www.instagram.com/litsocietypod/; Twitter — twitter.com/litsocietypod; Facebook — www.facebook.com/LitSocietyPod/; and our website www.LitSocietyPod.com. Get in on the conversation by using #booksanddrama.
We are Traci and Ellie, two bookish friends who talk in any spare minute that we have. This week we are chatting with our in real life book club! To shop the books listed in this episode, visit our shop at bookshop.org. Literally Reading: The Lioness by Chris Bohjalian (Traci) The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han (Ellie) Open the Book: The Water Dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates East of Eden by John Steinbeck Ready Player One by Ernest Cline The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead Pachinko by Min Jin Lee The Library Book by Susan Orlean Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus Two Nights in Lisbon by Chris Pavone A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman Anxious People by Fredrik Backman A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles This Time Tomorrow by Emma Straub Bewilderment by Richard Powers Sansei and Sensibility by Karen Tei Yamashita Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby Van Pelt Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder Nancy Drew by Carolyn Keene Bel Canto by Ann Patchett Olympus, Texas by Stacey Swann I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith Little Women by Louisa May Alcott These Precious Days by Ann Patchett Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Welcome to the Fall 2022 Book Preview with Catherine of Gilmore Guide to Books! In this episode, Catherine and I share 16 of our most anticipated books releasing mid-August through December. This post contains affiliate links through which I make a small commission when you make a purchase (at no cost to you!). Announcements Join our Patreon Community ($5/mo) to get our bonus podcast episode series called Book Preview Extras! In these episodes, Catherine and I share at least 4 bonus books we are excited about that we did not share in the big show preview episode. Get more details about all the goodies available to all patrons (Stars and Superstars) and sign up here! Highlights This episode marks the 3-year anniversary of the seasonal previews! Catherine brings in some variety with her fall picks, including 3 debuts and 3 return authors. Sarah's picks include 3 sophomore novels and 2 debut novels. Two 5-star books from Sarah's selections. Catherine and Sarah share their #1 picks for fall release. Fall 2022 Book Preview [4:07] August Sarah's Pick: Carrie Soto Is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid (August 30) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [4:55] Catherine's Picks: American Fever by Dur e Aziz Amna (August 16) | Amazon | Bookshop.org[10:26] The House of Fortune by Jessie Burton (August 30) | Amazon | Bookshop.org[16:05] September Sarah's Pick: The Two Lives of Sara by Catherine Adel West (September 6) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [12:41] Catherine's Picks: The Fortunes of Jaded Women by Carolyn Huynh (September 6) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [22:04] The Marriage Portrait by Maggie O'Farrell (September 6) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [26:41] How Not to Drown in a Glass of Water by Angie Cruz (September 13) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [32:00] October Sarah's Picks: Keep It in the Family by John Marrs (October 18) | Amazon | Bookshop.org[18:55] Anywhere You Run by Wanda M. Morris (October 25) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [24:00] Catherine's Pick: The Atlas Paradox by Olivie Blake (October 25) | Amazon | Bookshop.org[40:51] November Sarah's Picks: Someday, Maybe by Onyi Nwabineli (November 1) | Amazon | Bookshop.org[28:45] Now Is Not the Time to Panic by Kevin Wilson (November 8) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [35:07] Winterland by Rae Meadows (November 29) | Amazon | Bookshop.org[43:16] Catherine's Pick: The Cloisters by Katy Hays (November 1) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [46:18] December Sarah's Pick: The Ingenue by Rachel Kapelke-Dale (December 6) | Amazon | Bookshop.org[48:35] Catherine's Pick: The Book of Everlasting Things by Aanchal Malhotra (December 27) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [51:10] Other Books Mentioned The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid [5:47] Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid [6:03] Saving Ruby King by Catherine Adel West [12:47] The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton [17:07] The One by John Marrs [19:34] The Passengers by John Marrs [19:45] Flowers in the Attic by V. C. Andrews [20:48] Practical Magic by Alice Hoffman [22:16] Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan [23:31] All Her Little Secrets by Wanda M. Morris [24:10] Hamnet by Maggie O'Farrell [26:45] Unlikely Animals by Annie Hartnett [30:52] Dominicana by Angie Cruz [32:23] Nothing to See Here by Kevin Wilson [36:05] The Family Fang by Kevin Wilson [40:25] The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake [40:55] We Were the Lucky Ones by Georgia Hunter [45:20] The Ballerinas by Rachel Kapelke-Dale [48:46] My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell [49:45] The Queen's Gambit by Walter Tevis [49:47] About Catherine Gilmore Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Catherine started The Gilmore Guide to Books over 10 years ago after wrapping up a career as a corporate librarian. She loves books and reading (surprise!) and currently lives in Seattle, WA.
Bethany and Izzy are joined by special guests Ashley (Bookish Realm) and Bre (The Loc'd Booktician) to help you figure out where to start reading graphic novels and Manga! Thank you to our Patron Sarah for suggesting the topic for this episode. Bookish Realm: https://www.youtube.com/c/BookishRealm Loc'd Booktician: https://www.youtube.com/c/Loc%E2%80%99DBooktician Looking for a book mentioned in the episode? Check here! *Note that all links are affiliate links from which we earn a commission to support the podcast Books Mentioned Monster: https://amzn.to/3Ptwv6F Blood on the Tracks: https://amzn.to/3QyaNiK Tokyo Ghoul: https://amzn.to/3QxpQsJ Food Wars: https://amzn.to/3zFkG7a Batman Court of Owls https://amzn.to/3QARxkE Something is Killing the Children: https://amzn.to/3QgkBOB Love in Focus: https://amzn.to/3bI5Kxe That Wolf Boy is Mine: https://amzn.to/3BWepqr Wotokoi: Love is Hard for Otaku: https://amzn.to/3QdMCGh Doughnuts Under a Crescent Moon: https://amzn.to/3Qy9HTZ Nana: https://amzn.to/3QAeyEd Sweat and Soap: https://amzn.to/3wijF4r Seaside Stranger: https://amzn.to/3JZAOWd If I Could Reach You: https://amzn.to/3PcICob How Do We Relationship: https://amzn.to/3dnr23N Yona of the Dawn: https://amzn.to/3p7jIvR Drops of God: https://amzn.to/3JLkFn0 Moriarty the Patriot: https://amzn.to/3Pelo12 Uzamaki: https://amzn.to/3Qyb84P Deathnote: https://amzn.to/3QAfEjj Fruits Basket: https://amzn.to/3BXQmrk Laidback Camp: https://amzn.to/3AbYFyi Days on Fes: https://amzn.to/3dkvaS2 The Devil is a Part Timer: https://amzn.to/3vWXRLj A Sign of Affection: https://amzn.to/3dlpMy9 Your Lie in April: https://amzn.to/3vVipUy Sasaki and Miyano: https://amzn.to/3vTIraJ Zom 100: https://amzn.to/3JRATej Witch Hat Atelier: https://amzn.to/3zJVNaF Blue Flag: https://amzn.to/3AanpXM Something's Wrong With Us: https://amzn.to/3p5IkVP Monstress: https://amzn.to/3bJcvit Saga: https://amzn.to/3P8jpLO Paper Girls: https://amzn.to/3QvBaX3 Y The Last Man: https://amzn.to/3Q8Hpjb The Runaways: https://amzn.to/3AcCmst Persepolis: https://amzn.to/3zKTXWY Locke and Key: https://amzn.to/3AbvqM1 The Nice House on the Lake: https://amzn.to/3PgvRJx Rachel Rising: https://amzn.to/3SIghsU The Tea Dragon Society: https://amzn.to/3BVQdEN Heartstopper: https://amzn.to/3JOgGpF Silver Coin: https://amzn.to/3bIZc1x Ice Cream Man: https://amzn.to/3bHHbAL Giant Days: https://amzn.to/3bR0tDz Archie: https://amzn.to/3Aa79pS BRZKRKR: https://amzn.to/3BXbdLp Lazarus: https://amzn.to/3QycJYn Radiant Black: https://amzn.to/3QtZlV2 Fable: https://amzn.to/3QhyfAO Wicked and the Divine: https://amzn.to/3QhPvGb Lore Olympus: https://amzn.to/3SIgQTy Far Sector: https://amzn.to/3SG2QK9 Chef's Kiss: https://amzn.to/3bItlhh Sweetness and Lightning: https://amzn.to/3AdsI99 Adventure Zone: https://amzn.to/3dnzFev Otherworldly Izakaya Nobu: https://amzn.to/3AcMlxW Books from On My Radar Babel by RF Kuang: https://amzn.to/3vWnzQd You're Invited by Amanda Jayatissa: https://amzn.to/3C0i9HB Nubia and the Amazons: https://amzn.to/3QyewNg To Catch a Raven by Beverly Jenkins: https://amzn.to/3JOijUy Aphrodite and The Duke by JJ McAvoy: https://amzn.to/3P8llny All Good People Here by Ashley Flowers: https://amzn.to/3bNJ5zF A Taste of Magic by J. Elle: https://amzn.to/3pal09u Amari and the Great Game by BB Alston: https://amzn.to/3zOItBV Heartbreaker by Sarah MacLean: https://amzn.to/3SGyYx9 Much Ado about Dukes by Eva Devon: https://amzn.to/3SEHyN0 Bonds of Chaos by Zack Argyle: https://amzn.to/3JKBaja Mademoiselle Revolution by Zoe Sivak: https://amzn.to/3QAizbL Girl, Forgotten by Karin Slaughter: https://amzn.to/3Qy4eMT Daisy Darker by Alice Feeney: https://amzn.to/3A9gvlI Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid: https://amzn.to/3C0jez9 Nothing More to Tell by Karen M. McManus: https://amzn.to/3PgZudD A Girl's Guide to Love and Magic by Debbie Rigaud: https://amzn.to/3donvCp Coming up Cuban by Sonia Manzano: https://amzn.to/3P8Y44Q Wonder Girl: Homecoming: https://amzn.to/3SDZZBj Their Vicious Darling by Nikki St. Crowe: https://amzn.to/3Pe8vEj The Spear Cuts Through Water by Simon Jimenez: https://amzn.to/3SFC1pp A Taste of Gold and Iron by Alexandra Rowland: https://amzn.to/3zPqiMg Follow us on Instagram, Twitter and TikTok @Chapter3Podcast or watch episodes on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy6yRiktWbWRAFpByrVk-kg Interested in early access to episodes, private Discord channels and other perks? Consider joining the Chapter 3 Patreon! Co-Hosts Bethany: https://www.youtube.com/c/beautifullybookishbethany Liene: https://www.youtube.com/c/LienesLibrary Izzy: https://www.youtube.com/c/HappyforNow
Today's episode is a special double feature! Joe, Emma and Rachel are joined by Christian from Kanopy to offer up some book and movie recommendations. Titles mentioned in this episode: Joe's Titles True Biz by Sara Novic Born This Way Presents: Deaf Out Loud Recitatif by Toni Morrison Toni Morrison The Pieces I Am Freak Show by James St. James Party Monster by James St. James Freak Show Party Monster Rachel's Titles Sound City: One of the Greatest Unsung Recording Studios The Storyteller by Dave Grohl The Other F Word: Punk Rock Fathers Sellout by Dan Ozzi NOFX: The Hepatitis Bathtub and Other Stories Strike a Pose The House of Impossible Beauties by Joseph Cassara Election Tracy Flick Can't Win by Tom Perrotta Emma's Titles Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid The Bling Ring by Nancy Jo Sales Someone Like You by Sarah Dessen Echo in the Canyon Sleeping with Other People Lady Bird The Bling Ring Christian's Titles Nosferatu Brighton Rock Girl With the Dragon Tattoo We hope you enjoy this episode of the Professional Book Nerds podcast. Be sure to rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen! You can follow the Professional Book Nerds on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok @ProBookNerds. Want to reach out? Send an email to email@example.com. You can find Kanopy on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @Kanopy. Happy Reading! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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On today's show, Tinx discusses the overturning of Roe vs. Wade and shares resources you can donate including abortionfunds.org. Tinx is loving “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” by Taylor Jenkins Reid and shares her picks for who should be cast in the TV adaption. Plus, Tinx recaps her experience going on Jeff Lewis Live and discusses the importance of finding your expanders, an idea created by Lacy Phillips. Finally Tinx shares her new theory: sunk cost syndrome! Follow Tinx on Instagram & TikTok
Kelly and Lizz review June's Carpool book club book, The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid. follow The Carpool Podcast on IG follow Kelly on IG follow Lizz on IG visit thecarmomofficial.com
This week we're (figuratively) ripping our skin off and talking about the books we're writing! This is an appetizer to a series we're planning to do this summer all about how a book gets made. We give a mini preview about what our books are about, and break down what our book writing process was like, from what made us finally start writing to what we wish we knew before we wrote our books. We also share the resources that helped us along our process and talk about what's coming next for our books! We also recap our long weekend trips and our feelings about hot dogs