Have you ever missed a character in a book after you turned the final page on their story and they were no longer part of your day?
Connecting over books is one of my favorite ways to talk to strangers. You may not think that something like reading a book, which is a solitary act, can be a way in which we can connect to other people, to network even, but it is, if you share what you are enjoying and take the time to ask others, even strangers what they are reading.
Listen in to this week's episode to hear about some of my favorite books and the connecting power of a good story.
Drink of the Week: The Turn of the Screwdriver
Where the Crawdad Sings
Love in the Time of Cholera
Shadow of the Wind
Rock Paper Scissors
Home Before Dark
The Glass Castle
Power Within Her
School for Good Mothers
Lost Summers of Newport
You Have The Right To Remain Silent
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Book of the Month Club