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Currently Reading is a podcast dedicated to the love of books and reading. Two bookish friends discuss what’s on their nightstands, in their earbuds, and on their Kindles right now, in addition to books they’ve loved forever, and a variety of other readerly topics. Looking for your next great book? You'll find tons of book recommendations every week.

Currently Reading Meredith Monday Schwartz and Kaytee Cobb

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Currently Reading is a podcast dedicated to the love of books and reading. Two bookish friends discuss what’s on their nightstands, in their earbuds, and on their Kindles right now, in addition to books they’ve loved forever, and a variety of other readerly topics. Looking for your next great book? You'll find tons of book recommendations every week.

    Season 6, Episode 49: Ask Us Anything!

    Season 6, Episode 49: Ask Us Anything!

    On this episode of Currently Reading, Meredith and Kaytee are joined by show regulars Roxanna and Mary and they are discussing:
    An Ask Us Anything Episode!: You asked, and we answered!
    Show notes are time-stamped below for your convenience. Read the transcript of the episode (this link only works on the main site)





    2:30 - Ask Us Anything
    What was the first book that got you hooked into reading?
    3:00 - Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling (Mary)
    4:59 - Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh (Roxanna)
    7:07 - Do Not Open by Brinton Turkle (Kaytee)
    7:39 - The Witches by Roald Dahl (Kyatee)
    8:26 - The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis (Meredith)
    If you could only recommend one book to read for the rest of your life, what book would that be?
    10:09 - The Shell Seekers by Rosamunde Pilcher (Roxanna)
    10:17 - Circe by Madeline Miller (Mary)
    10:29 - All The Lonely People by Mike Gayle (Kaytee)
    10:36 - Scythe by Neal Shusterman (Meredith)
    What is the book you ACTUALLY recommend the most to people?
    11:03 - This is How it Always Is by Laurie Frankel (Mary)
    11:10 - What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty (Kaytee)
    11:19 - I Am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes (Meredith)
    11:32 - The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid (Roxanna)
    11:44 - The Monk of Mokha by Dave Eggers (Roxanna)
    If you were to do a podcast about something unrelated to books, what would it be?
    12:26 - Homeschooling (Kaytee)
    13:13 - The joy of being a novice (Mary)
    15:11 - Style in the everyday (Roxanna)
    17:52 - All things Enneagram (Meredith)
    What is your favorite beverage to have while reading? 
    19:55 - I’m a seltzer girlie (Mary)
    20:27 - Very cold ice water with crunchy ice (Kaytee)
    21:45 - Masala Chai (Roxanna)
    22:18 - Coffee, preferably Texas Pecan (Meredith)
    How many hours a week do you spend reading?
    23:36 - I aim for an hour a day (Mary)
    26:09 - Ideally an hour or two a day, but sometimes it’s 15 minutes at that’s ok (Roxanna)
    28:38 - Around 10 hours a week (Kaytee)
    29:23 - Between 90 minutes and 2 hours on the weekdays, and 4 hours total on the weekends (Meredith)
    If you could only read one genre for the next year, which would it be?
    30:33 - Romance (Kaytee)
    30:51 - Women’s Fiction (Roxanna)
    32:27 - Mystery - but not gory or true crime (Mary)
    33:47 - Historical Fiction (Meredith)
    34:50 - Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett
    What turns you off of a book almost immediately?
    36:22 - Second person narration (Meredith)
    35:35 - The miscommunication trope. Go to therapy. (Mary)
    36:43 - The lack of quotation marks (Kaytee)
    36:55 - Characters that make bad decisions but everyone thinks its fine (Roxanna)
    How do you feel about books people recommend to you?
    38:29 - I feel like I always do. If you rec it, I won’t read it. It’s all in my head. (Kaytee)
    40:08 - IRL I don’t have many bookish friends so I get a lot of “hot” book recs which I don’t read. So I just say “Oh yeah maybe I’ll pick that up!”... and never do. (Roxanna)
    40:55 - If from bookish friends or CR listeners, I will take it under advisement and check Goodreads to see if I’d like it. (Mary)
    42:44 - I love when people send recommendations. (Meredith)
    44:03 - The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides
    Where are you when recording an episode of Currently Reading?
    45:03 - In my small walkin closet because the audio is the best here. I’m located in Toronto. (Roxanna)
    45:39 - At my basement therapy office in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Mary)
    46:05 - Normally i’m in my bedroom in Gilbert, Arizona but today I am in Colorado for a family reunion in a guest bedroom/office. (Kaytee)
    44:46 - I always record on the floor of my closet. (Meredith)
    What are the mechanics of us scheduling recordings?
    48:09 - SPREADSHEETS! (Kaytee)
    How do you come up with deep dive topics?
    49:55 - A mixture of places. Some come off mic in conversation. Some get emailed or dm’d. Some get brought up in the

    • 56 min
    Season 6, Episode 48: The Listener Press!

    Season 6, Episode 48: The Listener Press!

    On this episode of Currently Reading, Meredith and Kaytee are discussing:
    Listener Presses: This year we have 20 fantastic titles from our listeners. Our TBRs exploded, and we hope yours do too!
    Show notes are time-stamped below for your convenience. Read the transcript of the episode (this link only works on the main site)





    2:19 - Your Listener Presses
    3:48 - The Book of Doors by Gareth Brown (pressed by Katie)
    6:40 - The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow
    7:32 - Poison for Breakfast by Daniel Handler i.e. Lemony Snicket (pressed by Kimberly)
    10:30- The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat by Edward Kelsey Moore (pressed by Jessie)
    12:38 - @thewilltoread on Instagram
    12:41 - Reproduction by Louisa Hall (pressed by Bill)
    13:32 - Chouette by Claire Oshetsky
    13:33 - Poor Deer by Claire Oshetsky
    14:53 - The Light Years by Elizabeth Jane Howard (pressed by Emer)
    18:29 - The Orchardist by Amanda Coplin (pressed by Heather)
    18:51 - Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery
    21:30 - Go As A River by Shelley Read
    22:11 - Zorrie by Laird Hunt
    22:49 - The Goblin Emperor by Katherine Addison (pressed by Mirabella)
    24:54 - The Long Way To A Small Angry Planet by Becky Chambers
    26:18 - Only This Beautiful Moment by Abdi Azemien (pressed by Matt)
    28:05 - Elena Knows by Claudia Pineiro (pressed by Ana)
    31:08 - Defy the Night by Brigid Kemmerer (pressed by Amy)
    31:14 - A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer
    34:35 - In the Shadow of the Mountain by Silvia Vasquez-Lovato (pressed by Amanda)
    35:48 - A Woman in the Polar Night by Christiane Ritter
    35:50 - Breathless by Amy McCulloch
    36:45 - The Body in Question by Jill Ciment (pressed by Alana)
    40:40 - The Last Bookshop in London by Madeline Martin (pressed by Avery)
    44:26 - The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman
    44:27 - All The Lonely People by Mike Gayle
    44:33 - The Night in Question by Susan Fletcher (pressed by Kristen)
    45:36 - Roscoe Books
    46:12 - Hearts and Daggers podcast
    46:43 - @birdbrainbooks on Instagram
    46:45 - Bullet Train by Kotaro Isaka (pressed by Holly)
    49:02 - Leaving Coy’s Hill by Katherine A. Sherbrooke (pressed by Aubrey)
    50:33 - Finding Dorothy by Elizabeth Letts
    51:46 - I Hope This Finds You Well by Natalize Sue (pressed by Hannah)
    53:01 - Anxious People by Fredrik Backman
    53:02 - Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
    53:35 - Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby Van Pelt
    53:38 - The Sweet Spot by Amy Poeppel
    55:08 - Country Dark by Chris Offutt (pressed by Cindy)
    57:25 - Doomsday Book by Connie Willis (pressed by Jessica)
    59:46 - What Moves the Dead by T. Kingfisher (pressed by Abi)
    1:01:17 - The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allen Poe
    1:02:03 - Our Hideous Progeny by C.E. McGill
    Support Us:
    Become a Bookish Friend | Grab Some Merch
    Shop Bookshop dot org | Shop Amazon
    Bookish Friends Receive:
    The Indie Press List with a curated list of five books hand sold by the indie of the month. July’s IPL comes to us from Booktenders in West Virginia!
    All Things Murderful with Meredith and Elizabeth - special content for the scary-lovers, brought to you with the special insights of an independent bookseller
    From the Editor’s Desk with Kaytee and Bunmi Ishola - a quarterly peek behind the curtain at the publishing industry
    The Bookish Friends Facebook Group - where you can build community with bookish friends from around the globe as well as our hosts
    Connect With Us:
    The Show: Instagram | Website | Email | Threads
    The Hosts and Regulars: Meredith | Kaytee | Mary | Roxanna
    Affiliate Disclosure: All affiliate links go to Bookshop unless otherwise noted. Shopping here helps keep the lights on and benefits indie bookstores. Thanks for your support!

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Popcorn in the Pages - Episode 7: The Umbrella Academy

    Popcorn in the Pages - Episode 7: The Umbrella Academy

    Welcome, readers. We are so excited to continue this new content from the creators of Currently Reading Podcast! This spin-off podcast series will tackle book to screen adaptations in a spoiler-FILLED format. Be sure you’ve read the book and watched the film version before listening to the episode, because we don’t shy away from strong opinions OR from all the spoilers, unlike our regular episodes.
     
    Show notes for this series will not be time-stamped, but will still include links to Bookshop dot org or Amazon for any books or resources referenced in the episode. These are affiliate links, so they kick back a small percentage to us if you buy through them, and help support the work we do on Currently Reading.
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    The Umbrella Academy by Gerard Way and Gabrielle Ba
    2:29 - Previews
    Book Name and release date. Sales info and awards.
    The Umbrella Academy - Vol 1: Apocalypse Suite by Gerard Way
     
    Movie name and release date. Box office and awards.
    The Umbrella Academy on Netflix
     
    10:16 - The Cutting Room
    Pivotal Book scenes and how they translated to the screen
    Pregnancy/birth scenes
    Vanya turning into the White Violin
    Transition into superheroism
    Vanya getting upset enough to play with the orchestra
     
    Changes from Book to Movie
    Time of birth of the kids
    Five’s disappearance and reappearance
    Fleshing out of characters
    Diversity of the cast
    Hazel and Cha-Cha are moved up from later volumes
    Saving of Earth at the end
    Left out of the adaptation
    Carnival Fire and Dr. Terminal
    Why Ben is dead
    Why Diego is called the Kraken
    Heartstopper by Alice Oseman
    Wolfsong by TJ Klune
    Added to the movie
    Hazel and Cha-Cha
    Detective Patch
    Leonard Peabody/Harold Jenkins
    The Handler
    The Day that Wasn’t/The Day that Was
    Klaus’ journey into the past (Vietnam)
    Suspicion around Hargreeves’ death
    The sibling relationship
    General Thoughts
    Cinematography
    Elliot Page being credited correctly
    Dr. Terminal and Eiffel Tower being included
    Bad guys can’t shoot good guys: Stormtrooper Effect
    Bowling alleys are slippery
    Actors can’t play violin
    Problematic elements
    Nothing of note
    Casting and mis-casting
    Visual representation of characters
    Reginald Hargreeves: Colm Feore → Jeff Goldblum
    Number 1/Luther: Tom Hopper → Alan Richson
    Number 2/Diego: David Cataneda → Josh Cigara
    Number 3/Allison: Emme Raver-Lampman → Zoe Kravitz
    Number 4/Klaus: Robert Sheehan → Nicholas Holt
    Number 5/Five: Aiden Gallagher → Mike from Stranger Things
    Number 6/Ben: Justin H Min → Simu Liu
    Number 7/Vanya: Elliot Page → Emme Rossum, but really no one
    Pogo: Adam Godley
     
    44:06 - Award Season
    Worst and best parts of the adaptation.
    The adaptation is so dark in the filming of it
    All the things
    Soundtrack
    Sense of humor
     
    Worst and best actors.
    Leonard Peabody
    Agnes, the Waitress
    Klaus
     
    Worst and best book characters.
    Diego
    Hargreeves
    Vanya
     
    53:33 - Book/Flick Energy
    Book scored on a 5 star scale.
    Book on Goodreads
    The Review I read aloud
    Series scored on a 10 point scale.
    Movie on Rotten Tomatoes
    Movie on IMDB
     
    58:09 - A Leftover Popcorn Kernel
    Would you use your superpowers on your kids?
    How do you think the world will end?
     
    1:02:29 - End Credits
    Stardust by Neil Gaiman
    Available on Paramount +
     
    Connect With Us:
    Currently Reading Podcast | Kaytee | Meredith
    Shad is in the Bookish Friends FB Group (for our Patreon supporters)
    Our Website | Email Us
    Support Us:
    Become a Bookish Friend | Buy Some Merch

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Season 6, Episode 47: Morning Reads + Boss Our Summer TBRs!

    Season 6, Episode 47: Morning Reads + Boss Our Summer TBRs!

    *Please note that Kaytee was out of her regular recording space this week and it affected her audio. It’s not you, it’s us. Back to normal next week!*
    On this episode of Currently Reading, Kaytee and Meredith are discussing:
    Bookish Moments: binging a great series and re-introducing morning reading
    Current Reads: all the great, interesting, and/or terrible stuff we’ve been reading lately
    Deep Dive: you get to boss our summer TBRs!
    The Fountain: we visit our perfect fountain to make wishes about our reading lives
    Show notes are time-stamped below for your convenience. Read the transcript of the episode (this link only works on the main site)





    1:29 - Ad for Ourselves
    3:42 - Join us for $5 a month! patreon.com/currentlyreadingpodcast
    3:59 - Our Bookish Moments of the Week
    4:37 - Ember in the Ashes series by Sabaa Tahir
    5:20 - Morning Reads
    6:55 - Backyard Bird Chronicles by Amy Tan
    7:50 - Our Current Reads
    7:59 - The Ministry of Time by Kaliane Bradley (Kaytee)
    9:32 - Outlander by Diana Gabaldon
    12:18 - The God of the Woods by Liz Moore (Meredith)
    13:30 - Long Bright River by Liz Moore
    16:19 - Djinn Patrol on the Purple Line by Deepa Anapara (Kaytee)
    20:01 - The Scandalous Sisterhood of Prickwillow Place by Julie Berry (Meredith)
    21:00 - Beacon Hill Books, Boston
    25:31 - The Guncle Abroad by Steven Rowley (Kaytee)
    26:02 - The Guncle by Steven Rowley
    29:12 - The Sparrow by Mary Doria Russell
    29:23 - The Stand by Stephen King (Meredith)
    32:56 - 11/22/63 by Stephen King
    39:01 - Boss Our Summer TBRs!
    Vote on Meredith and Kaytee’s Boss My TBR!
    42:45 - Faebound by Saara El-Arifi (Kaytee Option #1)
    43:50 - Wild Rain by Beverly Jenkins (Kaytee Option #2)
    44:45 - The Other Boleyn Girl by Phillippa Gregory (Kaytee Option #3)
    44:51 - Season 1 Listener Press Episode
    46:18 - Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller (Meredith Option #1)
    46:21 - Circe by Madeline Miller
    46:37 - Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver (Meredith Option #2)
    46:51 - The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid (Meredith Option #3)
    49:44 - Meet Us At The Fountain
    49:47 - I Wish You the Best Summer Reading Available to You (Kaytee)
    49:49 - Pantsuit Politics Podcast
    50:56 - I wish that People Would Stop Being Afraid of Reading Big Books (Meredith)
     
    Support Us:
    Become a Bookish Friend | Grab Some Merch
    Shop Bookshop dot org | Shop Amazon
    Bookish Friends Receive:
    The Indie Press List with a curated list of five books hand sold by the indie of the month. July’s IPL comes to us from Booktenders in West Virginia!
    All Things Murderful with Meredith and Elizabeth - special content for the scary-lovers, brought to you with the special insights of an independent bookseller
    From the Editor’s Desk with Kaytee and Bunmi Ishola - a quarterly peek behind the curtain at the publishing industry
    The Bookish Friends Facebook Group - where you can build community with bookish friends from around the globe as well as our hosts
    Connect With Us:
    The Show: Instagram | Website | Email | Threads
    The Hosts and Regulars: Meredith | Kaytee | Mary | Roxanna
    Affiliate Disclosure: All affiliate links go to Bookshop unless otherwise noted. Shopping here helps keep the lights on and benefits indie bookstores. Thanks for your support!

    • 53 min
    Season 6, Episode 46: Bookish Community + What Makes A Good Book Review

    Season 6, Episode 46: Bookish Community + What Makes A Good Book Review

    On this episode of Currently Reading, Kaytee and Meredith are discussing:
    Bookish Moments: meeting Currently Reading show regulars
    Current Reads: all the great, interesting, and/or terrible stuff we’ve been reading lately
    Deep Dive: what. we think goes into a good book review
    The Fountain: we visit our perfect fountain to make wishes about our reading lives
    Show notes are time-stamped below for your convenience. Read the transcript of the episode (this link only works on the main site)





    1:21 - Our Bookish Moments of the Week
    1:26 - @MeredithMondaySchwartz on Instagram
    1:31 - @Roxannathereader on Instagram
    3:27 - @Maryreadsandmakes on Instagram
    5:15 - Our Current Reads
    5:30 - Middle of the Night by Riley Sager (Meredith)
    10:04 - What Happened to Ruthy Ramirez by Claire Jimenez (Kaytee)
    13:02 - The Council of Animals by Nick McDonell (Meredith)
    14:17 - Charter Books
    16:34 - Animal Farm by George Orwell
    17:28 - Just for the Summer by Abby Jimenez (Kaytee)
    17:37 - Funny Story by Emily Henry
    18:31 - Happy Place by Emily Henry
    21:41 - All The Colors of the Dark by Chris Whitaker (Meredith)
    22:48 - We Begin at the End by Chris Whitaker
    25:13 - Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver
    25:15 - Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Patterson
    29:38 - Come Together by Emily Nagoski (Kaytee)
    30:07 - Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski
    30:27 - Burnout by Emily and Amelia Nagoski
    33:42 - Deep Dive: What Makes A Good Book Review
    36:14 - A review that’s honest
    36:41 - A review that’s thoughtful
    38:39 - A review that includes title, author, short setup and honest thoughts
    39:01 - Middle of the Night by Riley Sager
    39:48 - A review that’s more than two sentences.
    40:04 - A review that’s self aware
    40:44 - A review that’s respectful
    41:34 - A review that puts into context the reader’s life
    43:54 - A review that accounts for what the author is TRYING to convey and were they successful
    44:28 - A review that includes anything that makes the book unique
    44:35 - West Heart Kill by Dann McDorman
    46:04 - Meet Us At The Fountain
    46:22 - If summer means slower paced for you, I wish for you to find some bookish community somewhere. (Meredith)
    46:59 - Currently Reading Patreon
    48:37 - I wish for a reader camp that includes all my favorite things. (Kaytee)
    Support Us:
    Become a Bookish Friend | Grab Some Merch
    Shop Bookshop dot org | Shop Amazon
    Bookish Friends Receive:
    The Indie Press List with a curated list of five books hand sold by the indie of the month. June’s IPL comes to us from our anchor store Schuler Books in West Bloomfield, Michigan.
    All Things Murderful with Meredith and Elizabeth - special content for the scary-lovers, brought to you with the special insights of an independent bookseller
    From the Editor’s Desk with Kaytee and Bunmi Ishola - a quarterly peek behind the curtain at the publishing industry
    The Bookish Friends Facebook Group - where you can build community with bookish friends from around the globe as well as our hosts
    Connect With Us:
    The Show: Instagram | Website | Email | Threads
    The Hosts and Regulars: Meredith | Kaytee | Mary | Roxanna
    Affiliate Disclosure: All affiliate links go to Bookshop unless otherwise noted. Shopping here helps keep the lights on and benefits indie bookstores. Thanks for your support!

    • 51 min
    Season 6, Episode 45: For The Love Of Octopus + How To Recommend Books Outside Your Wheelhouse

    Season 6, Episode 45: For The Love Of Octopus + How To Recommend Books Outside Your Wheelhouse

    On this episode of Currently Reading, Kaytee and Mary are discussing:
    Bookish Moments: book recs that land with non readers and Kaytee meeting an octopus!
    Current Reads: all the great, interesting, and/or terrible stuff we’ve been reading lately
    Deep Dive: how we recommend books to readers outside our own wheelhouses
    The Fountain: we visit our perfect fountain to make wishes about our reading lives
    Show notes are time-stamped below for your convenience. Read the transcript of the episode (this link only works on the main site)





    Season 6, Episode 45
    1:27 - Our Bookish Moments of the Week
    1:50 - Happy Place by Emily Henry
    6:52 - Our Current Reads
    6:59 -  Ready or Not by Cara Bastone (Mary)
    10:41 - Secrets of the Octopus by Sy Montgomery (Kaytee)
    10:50 - The Field Guide to Dumb Birds of the Whole Stupid World by Matt Kracht (Fabled link, not available on Bookshop)
    11:14 - Secrets of the Whales by Brian Skerry
    11:16 - Secrets of the Elephants by Paula Kahumbu and Claudia Geib
    11:33 - The Soul of an Octopus by Sy Montgomery
    13:45 - Silver in the Wood by Emily Tesh (Mary)
    15:51 - Boswell Books
    16:55 - Coyote Lost and Found by Dan Gemeinhart (Kaytee)
    17:01 - The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise by Dan Gemeinhart
    17:13 - Draco Malfoy and the Mortifying Ordeal of Being In Love by isthisselfcare
    22:25 - The Wedding People by Alison Espach (Mary)
    25:51 - Drowning by T.J. Newman (Kaytee)
    25:57 - Falling by T.J. Newman
    26:02 - CR Season 5: Episode 41
    30:12 - Deep Dive: How To Recommend Books Outside Your Wheelhouse
    32:21 - A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman
    32:23 - Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gayle Honeycutt
    36:24 - This Is How It Always Is by Laurie Frankel
    36:30 - The Guncle by Steven Rowley
    36:44 - Starter Villain by John Scalzi
    36:46 - Dark Matter by Blake Crouch
    36:52 - Legends and Lattes by Travis Baldree
    39:31 - What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty
    39:55 - All The Lonely People by Mike Gayle
    41:19 - Breathless by Amy McCulloch
    41:43 - The Wishing Game by Meg Shaffer
    44:29 - Drowning by T.J. Newman
    48:55 - Meet Us At The Fountain
    48:59 - I wish people would give slow and steady reading a try. (Mary)
    49:35 - Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon
    51:30 - I wish everyone would keep a readerly profile. (Kaytee)
    Support Us:
    Become a Bookish Friend | Grab Some Merch
    Shop Bookshop dot org | Shop Amazon
    Bookish Friends Receive:
    The Indie Press List with a curated list of five books hand sold by the indie of the month. June’s IPL comes to us from our anchor store Schuler Books in West Bloomfield, Michigan.
    All Things Murderful with Meredith and Elizabeth - special content for the scary-lovers, brought to you with the special insights of an independent bookseller
    From the Editor’s Desk with Kaytee and Bunmi Ishola - a quarterly peek behind the curtain at the publishing industry
    The Bookish Friends Facebook Group - where you can build community with bookish friends from around the globe as well as our hosts
    Connect With Us:
    The Show: Instagram | Website | Email | Threads
    The Hosts and Regulars: Meredith | Kaytee | Mary | Roxanna
    Affiliate Disclosure: All affiliate links go to Bookshop unless otherwise noted. Shopping here helps keep the lights on and benefits indie bookstores. Thanks for your support!

    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
40 Ratings

40 Ratings

Christine Grace ,

How delightful

Intelligent, interesting women talking about books and reading- what’s not to like? I’m in a season of transition with a lot of unexpected time on my hands so, I’m reading more! This podcast works both as a TBR supplier as well as perfect stand alone content to help me fold laundry or cook dinner. Great addition to my podcast deck.

Pippa (uk) ,

My favourite bookish podcast

Meredith, Kaytee and Mindy’s obvious delight in a life well read is infectious. Chatty, funny, thoughtful, this podcast is a joy. Subscribe! And be prepared to want to read a lot of books!

Krose2809 ,

Friendship and books worth a listen.

My life is completely different to Kaytee, Meredith and Mindy but they’re podcasts was like a peek into a friendship. Non judgemental book recs with strong opinions is rare to find on the internet. I highly recommend listening to make your tbr explode.

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