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Long-distance friends and shameless bossy girls Minju (Sydney) and Heather (Seoul) discuss their very strong feelings about the books they've been reading lately.

Bossy Books Minju Kim & Heather Hong

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Long-distance friends and shameless bossy girls Minju (Sydney) and Heather (Seoul) discuss their very strong feelings about the books they've been reading lately.

    Bossy Books Ep. 25: “The Library Book” by Susan Orlean

    Bossy Books Ep. 25: “The Library Book” by Susan Orlean

    Episode 25

    Bossy Books Ep. 24: “Becoming” by Michelle Obama

    Bossy Books Ep. 24: “Becoming” by Michelle Obama

    Episode 24

    Bossy Books Ep. 23: “In Praise of Difficult Women” by Karen Karbo

    Bossy Books Ep. 23: “In Praise of Difficult Women” by Karen Karbo

    Episode 23

    Bossy Books Ep. 22 – “Everything Here Is Beautiful” by Mira T. Lee

    Bossy Books Ep. 22 – “Everything Here Is Beautiful” by Mira T. Lee

    Episode 22

    Bossy Books Ep. 21 – “Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage” by Haruki Murakami

    Bossy Books Ep. 21 – “Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage” by Haruki Murakami

    Episode 21

    Bossy Books Ep. 20 – “Love and First Sight” by Josh Sundquist

    Bossy Books Ep. 20 – “Love and First Sight” by Josh Sundquist

    Episode 20

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Bossy Books are da BOMB!

Heather and Minju are basically destined to become famous. With their genuine friendship and love for books, these two "bossy" girls/women select a book to discuss once a month. Under the guise of a two-person book club, they talk about all things book-related and otherwise as they tend to wander off topic in the best way:

Classic lines include:

Minju: "I wish reading books made us skinny. We'd be so hot right now."

Heather: "We're living our Amy Poehlr/Tina Fey dreams. We're basically hosting our own Golden Globes for books"

Minju: "So Heather, can you give an update on our road to fame? Are we getting close to being famous?

Healther: "I think we're already there. We've arrived."

Minju: "No one has recognized me in the streets yet though..."

Soon...very soon...

I listen to them during my commute to work, and often wished my commute was longer or there was more traffic so I could finish listening to their episodes.

Warning: This podast is definitely NSFW. Unless you want your boss to catch you laughing like a hyena in your cube.

After listening, you'll wish you were BFFs with them.

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