Welcome to The Hive Buzz! We dig into pivotal moments in the lives of our guests and how books proved to be the right sounding board as they made key decisions. So if you’re a person who is a life-long reader or are just beginning to find the joy in books, check out our new episodes.
15. February Book Wrap Up
On this episode Meda goes over her February reads and provides an update on Book Riot's Read Harder challenge. Grab some tea and get cozy, perhaps you will find your next listen after tuning in! Books and Resources mentioned in the Episode:Long Shot by...
14. Spirituality as a source of self-love feat. Jo Ortega
This week I talk to Jo Ortega to talk about the importance of filling your cup of self-love. We talk about the factors that make relationships (romantic/platonic) strong according to the book Single, Dating, Engaged, and Married by Ben Stuart. Pop your...
13. Power of Friendships IRL and Online feat. Vanessa Miranda
Meet Vanessa, the founder of Let's Get Lit, a digital book club. She is also the head of engagement for Cyber Collective, a community-centered research organization that educates to understand the ways data + privacy impact consumer. We also talk about...
12. Mel Gill: Embracing sexuality through romance novels
Meet Mel, the founder of the The Steam Box, a subscription box featuring romance books by women of color & LGBTQ+ authors paired with curated items that celebrate self love & embrace your sexuality. We also do a deep dive on one of Mel's...
11. January 2021 Book Wrap Up
On this episode Meda goes over her January reads, talks reading challenge, and does a deep dive on The Office of Historical Corrections by Danielle Evans. Grab some tea and get cozy, perhaps you will find your next listen after tuning in! Books and...
10. Mariana Gutheim: The importance of independent writers
Meet Mariana, the founder of Lineas Del Sur, a community that is seeking to bring Latin American culture to all parts of the US. In this episode we talk about why supporting small publishing houses and independent writers is critical to keeping an ear...
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Love this concept: books that have played a pivotal role in our lives.
I listened to episode 3 that talked about Man’s Search for Meaning and loved one of the things that the guest said: “I wish someone could have done a brain scan on me before and after I read this book”. I have often felt that feeling after reading a book that is truly transformational.
I loved how the episode was tied into the larger theme of how books and book community can influence our lives.