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Hey, everyone! If you haven’t heard already, there’s a terrific new bookish podcast out there, Sarah’s Book Shelves Live. I’ll be Sarah’s guest today, talking about some of my favorite fiction audiobook recommendations (and possibly one I liked less). I had so much fun recording this episode with Sarah and am excited to hear the final product. I’m also a little nervous…you know how it is listening to yourself talk!
Sarah’s Book Shelves Live is a weekly show featuring real talk about books and book recommendations from a featured guest. Each week, Sarah of the blog Sarah’s Book Shelves will talk with her guest about:
– 2 OLD BOOKS THEY LOVE
– 2 NEW BOOKS THEY LOVE
– 1 BOOK THEY DON’T LOVE
– AND 1 NEW RELEASE THEY’RE EXCITED ABOUT
Sarah gets real about all things books and serves you up a bit of snark on the side.
You can subscribe to Sarah’s Book Shelves Live anywhere you normally subscribe to podcasts: iTunes, Casts, Stitcher, etc., or click on one of the links (in green) to take you directly Sarah’s Book Shelves, where she’s loaded you up with all sorts of ways to download the episode. There you’ll also find the show notes for this fun audiobook episode.
Let me know what you think and happy listening!
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Woo hoo! Thanks for sharing!
Awesome, looking forward to tuning in!
I always follow your reviews. Can’t wait to listen today. I am also partial to math teachers.
I listened for a bit early this morning until we had an earthquake. 3.7 usually isn’t worth talking about but it wasn’t far away and was quite a jolt!
Susie, terrific episode! Not surprisingly all of your top audios are also favorites of mine. Except The Power, which I’ve never read. But I put the audio on hold at the library after listening 🙂
I really enjoyed listening to you both! I was nodding in agreement most of the time 🙂
I just finished listening to the podcast. It was great!! I really enjoyed spending time with two of my favorite book bloggers and got a bunch of new book recommendations.
I enjoyed listening to the podcast! I’m so glad you liked The Power too. The audio was good. My favorite character was Roxy Monke who I hope returns in another Alderman book. here’s a bit of what I thought: https://www.thecuecard.com/books/the-power-and-brass/
Thanks for your thoughts and recommendations on the podcast.