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3 Books is a completely insane and totally epic 15-year-long quest to uncover and discuss the 1000 most formative books in the world. Each chapter discusses the 3 most formative books of one of the world's most inspiring people. Sample guests include: Brené Brown, David Sedaris, Malcolm Gladwell, Roxane Gay, Cheryl Strayed, Rich Roll, Soyoung the Variety Store Owner, Derek the Hype Man, Kevin the Bookseller, Shirley The Nurse, Vishwas the Uber Driver, Angie Thomas, David Mitchell, Surgeon Ge ...
 
Booky Call is the fastest growing book discovery app in the world. Our platform is cleverly disguised as a dating app. By combining the psychology and functionality of dating apps with a creative book review in the form of a "humanized" dating profile, we help readers discover and engage with books in a revolutionary way. Each episode of the podcast is hosted by our "Boo" and highlights one of our featured book profiles. If finding your next perfect read is what you desire, this podcast is a ...
 
Podcast to help facilitators engage the variety of learning types in their online audience. When you create learning experiences, turn your audience into participants with adult learning best practices and innovative tools. We explore how to create creative remote learning speaking resources/tools; & multi-media content that lights people up and gets results!
 
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Book Gang

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Book Gang

Amy Allen Clark

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This weekly podcast is dedicated to the literary tastemakers of the world. Amy Allen Clark of the blog MomAdvice.com offers a themed episode filled with book recommendations. These recommendations focus on debuts, under-the-radar book choices, and helping you expand your stack with backlist selections.
 
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Write Or Die Podcast

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Write Or Die Podcast

Claribel A. Ortega & Kat Cho

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The Write or Die Podcast shares the real stories about what it takes to become an author – the gritty, infuriating, pull your hair out because it’s been years – stories of writers who didn’t give up despite it all, and are now living out their dream. It’s hosted by authors Claribel A. Ortega and Kat Cho and releases every other Monday! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/writeordiepodcast/support
 
In this podcast, Greenleaf Book Group CEO Tanya Hall discusses all things book publishing, from how to write your book and build your author brand to getting your book into book retailers. Each episode will feature an expert guest, including editors, designers, publicists, and branding strategists.
 
Looking at life through a bookish lens, internet-turned-IRL friends, Katie and Mollie, swap stories about the books they're currently loving and the life they're currently living. Grab a cup of tea (or a Moscow Mule) as we chat about the intersection of books, faith, family, friendship, personality, and culture.
 
WE NOW HAVE A WEBSITE! bookhangovercast.wordpress.com We are podcast dedicated to reviewing all kinds of books! Give us book recommendations and follow us on our social media; Facebook.com/bookhangovercast, Twitter @bookhangoverpod, and Instagram @bookhangovercast. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bookhangover/support
 
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Every bibliophile needs a good read (or even better, a great one), and have I got a great one for you! I take a few minutes to gush about one story I can't get out of my head and heart, The Gold in These Hills, and the wonderful world of books otherwise known as GoodReads. Note: links may be affiliate links that provide me with a small commission a…
 
Eric Liedtke spent 26 years at Adidas, working his way up from an entry level position to Executive Board Member and Global Brand President. During that time, he helped revitalize the Adidas brand through high profile partnerships with celebrities like Kanye West and Beyonce. But he was also known for his focus on sustainability. It was Eric who pu…
 
Jonathan Haidt is the Professor of Ethical Leadership at NYU’s Stern School of Business and the author of bestsellers The Righteous Mind, The Happiness Hypothesis and The Coddling of the American Mind. He has been inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, selected as one of the Top 50 Thinkers in the world, and delivered four TED Tal…
 
What happens when you combine romance, suspense, and the Amish? You get a totally new twist on some familiar genres and tropes, as you discover with Mary Alford's upcoming release, Among the Innocent. Listen in as we talk about the Amish, the location, and Mary's writing journey to where she is today. Note: links may be affiliate links that provide…
 
Do you struggle with reading focus and retention? Paula Engebretson is a Certified Life Coach that specializes in helping adults with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) live their best life. Who better to lead us on reading strategies and reading comprehension than her? At 31 years old, Paula was diagnosed with ADHD and had to learn ho…
 
When Payal Kadakia first appeared on How I Built This in June of 2020, the future of ClassPass, a subscription service for in-person exercise classes, seemed very uncertain. The pandemic had shuttered gyms and fitness studios across the world, and ClassPass was relying on virtual events and wellness offerings in order to stay afloat. This week on H…
 
I recently spoke at a conference for professional editors. My session was titled “How to Edit a Book to Sell.” Editors and writers are often confounded when great books fail to sell while poorly written books fly off the shelves. You’ve probably had a confounding experience at a bookstore when you pick up a book, read a few pages, and say, “This is…
 
In business, competition is the key to success. Every product you own, from the shoes on your feet to the phone in your hands, got there because of cutthroat business decisions. And Wondery’s podcast Business Wars brings you stories about the most well-known in the world, and how the decisions they make shape what you buy and how you live. On the l…
 
Part of the Doors to the Past, split-time series, Liz Tolsma's A Promise Engraved combines the brutal events at the Alamo, a ring found at a flea market, and the stories that connect them together. As usual, Liz gives us hope, faith, and a bit of grit in her strong, resilient female characters. Listen in to learn more. Note: links may be affiliate …
 
Ooooooh, Nat and Sara are here to recap The Billionaire's Wake-Up-Call Girl! This steamy contemporary has been on the list for a while and they do it justice! Plus, ferret stories! Next week you get part 2, but PATRONS have access to the ep in full right now! Make sure to check out Mel's new podcast Bonkers Romance! Subscribe! Rate! Review! Tell al…
 
Pete Warhurst probably would not have picked “entrepreneur” as a career when he was growing up. He loved his job as a firefighter and paramedic and might have done it for life, had a colleague not recruited him to help launch a company to build 911 call systems. After that business sold, Pete began to think about new problems to solve – like a bett…
 
Now that Fie has brought Tavin and Jasimir to Master General Draga, she can finally return to her roads and deliver mercy to the plague infected. Join Rachel, Maggie, and returning guest Leah again this week as we revisit our favorite character, meet some new faces, and cry. A lot. Book trigger warnings are on our website: https://bookexpertpod.wor…
 
May is AAPI Heritage Month, and we want to celebrate these voices with a well-curated book stack. Kristin from Fables Books joins the show to talk about this month’s StoryGraph reading challenge and share some of their best picks for a memorable reading month. I also bring a great book club selection, an under-the-radar book gem that swept me away,…
 
Cassey Ho is the face of Blogilates, best known for its free online workout videos which have more than a billion views on YouTube alone. As impressive as that is, digital content is just one part of Cassey’s multi-million dollar entrepreneurial portfolio, which has grown to include her POPFLEX apparel brand, additional product lines at Target, a P…
 
She's back again! Author Elizabeth Goddard and I chatted about her last book in the Rocky Mountain Courage series (and a tiny bit about what is coming next) in this episode! We had a blast talking about writing, the complexities of research, and our favorite things about books. Listen in for more! Ready for another Can't-Put-it-Down Romantic Suspen…
 
Claribel & Kat talk about pressures on authors every time a new book comes out & how publishing relationships naturally change over time. Then they interview Traci Chee about her path to publication, behind-the-scenes of finding out her book was a Printz Award Honor, and her newest Fantasy, A Thousand Steps into Night! BIO: Traci Chee is a best-sel…
 
Hey HBs!!! Kenya Goree-Bell is here to recap the Netflix movie Really Love! Ooooh, an artist and a law student are falling in love in this moody indie film set in DC. And it's delicious! Bonus Content: the glory of Michael Ealy, the artist mindset and struggle, rarefied air, waist beads, and the shenanigans that would go down if Kenya and Mel go to…
 
Mark Gainey and Michael Horvath were two friends from college with a good idea and bad timing: in 1995, they set out to create a digital community where athletes could chart their progress and actively compete with one another. But it was just too early: software engineers said it couldn't be built, and investors didn't want to take the risk. So th…
 
This is a very unique chapter! It is a double chapter, in a way. To begin with I was so lucky to interview Susan Cain at our very first live chapter of 3 Books at the 92nd Street Y in New York City. So many 3 Bookers came out and celebrated on a snowy night just before the pandemic began. (We had no idea!) At the time Susan was deep in the throes o…
 
Today, I'm speaking with one of Greenleaf’s editors, Lee Reed Zarnikau. Lee will tell us how to piece together a memoir and give us her insights into the dos and don’ts of memoir writing from an editor's perspective. If you’re someone with an interesting life story, you may have been told by friends and family that you should write a book. But many…
 
If you are an author in 2022, you also have to be a marketing specialist. Whether your book is indie or traditionally published, you will play a critical role in promoting your book and getting it into the hands of readers. It’s especially crucial for indie authors to have the tools and skills to promote their books to the masses. That may sound li…
 
Beloved historical Christian author, Ann H. Gabhart has a new release, and I was so excited to talk to her about her book, When the Meadow Blooms, and to talk about her love for story, for Kentucky, and for nature, as well as how they infuse her stories. Note: links may be affiliate links that provide me with a small commission at no extra expense …
 
Lloyd Armbrust spent the bulk of his career in newspaper operations and advertising...until early 2020 when he started hearing about the spread of a dangerous new virus and a critical shortage of surgical masks. Most masks at the time were made in Asia, and when supply chains started to break down that March, many Americans had a really hard time f…
 
Join me with a conversation about The Chosen Kids by RM Ruiz about middle-grade fiction and especially, her Christian middle-grade adventure series for kids. Supernatural tools, a mission from God, and more fill these books about a bunch of cousins fighting evil forces. Note: links may be affiliate links that provide me with a small commission at n…
 
Oh heeeeyyyyyy! Sarah Wendell is back to finish up Morning Glory Milking Farm by CM Nascosta! Part 2 heats up hard!!! We've got more fantasy-world fetishes, an incredibly deliberate hero, great communication, and a climactic finish that's perfect in every way. Bonus Content: public girl-code, firmly Millennial skills (google and horoscopes y'all), …
 
By his early 20s, Todd Graves knew exactly what he wanted to do—open a restaurant near Louisiana State University that would make four things better than anyone else: chicken fingers, crinkle-cut fries, Texas toast, and coleslaw. After he and his partner Craig Silvey got rejected from every bank in Baton Rouge, Todd set out to fund his dream by wor…
 
After things go south, Fie, Tavin, and Jasimir are left to make their way to safety alone. We continue our discussion of The Merciful Crow, where we talk relationships, admire scary sword ladies, and debate whether or not Jasimir needs to be slapped (spoiler: the verdict is yes). Book trigger warnings: https://booktriggerwarnings.com/index.php?titl…
 
When the 2019 Booker Prize longlist was announced, Deedi (@deedireads) challenged herself to read them over a year. Reading this prize-winning literature ended up changing her reading life forever. Each year, this literary award (Booker Prize) for fiction is one of the most prestigious literary prizes given to an author. This prize is awarded to wh…
 
When Miguel McKelvey was first featured on How I Built This in 2017, his company was growing at an astounding rate. WeWork was considered the unicorn of unicorns. But after reaching a $47 billion valuation in 2019, WeWork’s tide began to turn. Investors raised concerns about the company’s rapid expansion and unsustainable spending. Miguel’s co-foun…
 
The Wolf Creek Ranch series by Mandi Blake combines western romance with contemporary Christian romance in one brilliant spin-off series from her Blackwater Ranch series. Western romance is crazy popular, and Mandi and I talk about her books, how she writes them, and about her exciting newsletter Faith Reads Romance. Note: links may be affiliate li…
 
Hey HBs! Sarah Wendell is here to swoon and geek the hell out with Melody. Did you think a book that's grounded in minotaur hand jobs would be an amazing example of structural organization, labor rights, and include layered feminist commentary on society's obsession with the phallus? ...you did? OMG you're a genius. We did not. But you get to hear …
 
Claribel & Kat discuss a conversation the saw online about being “satisfied” with your author career vs being “happy” as an author. Then they interview Laekan Zea Kemp about her publishing journey. How she started off self-publishing and transitioned into traditional publishing. And what it’s been like writing across multiple genres and age categor…
 
In a way, Shan-Lyn Ma started attending business school when she was 11 years old and hasn't stopped since. She was hooked on entrepreneurship after winning her first business competition in grade school; and a few years later, she began accumulating lessons from the successes and failures she observed while working at Yahoo and other young compani…
 
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