Join Rebecca and Sarah as they discuss Madeline Miller’s book, “Circe.” A Goodreads Choice 2018 winner, this is a must read book that is the story of the heroine, Circe, journey in the world of the Olympian gods. You won’t want to miss this one!
Join Sarah and Rebecca as they discuss “How Women Rise” by Marshall Goldsmith and Sally Helgesen. Do women and men behave differently in the workplace? Join the conversation as we talk through the 12 habits that are holding women back in advancing their careers. Do you agree? Listen and let us know your thoughts.
Join Sarah and Rebecca as they discuss creativity and whether or not you must be born with the ability to be creative or whether there are ways that you can develop your creativity. Listen in and then join the conversation! We’d love to hear from you at http://www.thebookdialogue.com.
Join Sarah and Rebecca as they discuss the importance of including fiction literature in your reading list! And … this is one set of books that you will want to add to that list.
Reading a story … how does reading enhance our life? How do we experience life through the telling of a tale? Can fiction be educational? Listen to Rebecca and Sarah as they discuss, “The Secrets We Kept” by Lara Prescott. Why don’t you join the conversation? Come find us on http://www.thebookdialogue.com.
Join Rebecca and Sarah and their special guest, Frances, as they discuss how they choose their books and what they hope to gain out of those choices.
Join Rebecca and Sarah as they get into the thoughts expressed by Brene Brown in her book, “The Power of Vulnerability.”
Join Sarah and Rebecca as they discuss Simon Sinek’s book, “Start with Why.” Simon Sinek has the third most viewed video on TedTalks. What’s the reason for this? Join us as we talk about the contents of this best selling book. And — why don’t you join the conversation?
Join Rebecca and Sarah as they share the 25 for 2020 Epic Book Challenge. Why don’t you be a part of the Challenge? We’d love to hear from you!
Join Rebecca and Sarah as they discuss Alfred Tennyson’s “Lady Godiva” and the role that poetry can play in our lives today. Coventry Godiva Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809–1892) I WAITED for the train at Coventry; I hung with grooms and porters on the bridge, To watch the three tall spires: and there I shaped…