Episode 11: You Learn by Living Buddy Read Discussion, plus tips for how to read multiple books at once
Today we’re discussing You Learn By Living by Eleanor Roosevelt. We both enjoyed this buddy read for Nonfiction November. Because Roosevelt offers advice and anecdotes, this whole conversation is spoiler-free. In fact, it’s an easy one to listen in on even if you haven’t read the book because our discussion is both thematic and personal. We also answer a listener question about juggling multiple reads and share a little bit about how to participate in Dressember next month. Find our bonus content, monthly newsletters and reading wrap-up episodes on Patreon: www.patreon.com/hereadsheread.
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The Dark Side of Girl Wash Your Face
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Girl, Wash Your Face was one of the worst books I have ever read.