Hello readers, time for a brand-new episode of What Should I Read Next! And what a special episode it is...
Today we’re talking to the very first guest of What Should I Read Next! Even if you're a longtime listener, you still might not recognize his voice... and that’s because the first time we recorded this show, it was on my iPhone, in a moving vehicle, in the middle of nowhere, and the guest? My husband, Will Bogel. That episode never aired, and the file got trashed a loooong time ago. But today Will is back to celebrate the anniversary of the show he test-drove with me a year ago! It's been a fun journey so far, and I'm so glad you've all joined me on the ride.
Here's to the next year of WSIRN, readers! Enjoy the episode.
You can say hi to Will on his Twitter.
Books mentioned in this episode:
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• The Firm, by John Grisham
• The Nest, by Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney
• Everyone Brave Is Forgiven, by Chris Cleave
• All the Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doerr
• Flight of Dreams, by Ariel Lawhon
• Dark Matter, by Blake Crouch
• The Boys in the Boat, by Daniel James Brown
• Every Anxious Wave, by Mo Daviau
• Where is Joe Merchant?, by Jimmy Buffet
• The Ballad of the Whiskey Robber: A True Story of Bank Heists, Ice Hockey, Transylvanian Pelt Smuggling, Moonlighting Detectives, and Broken Hearts, by Julian Rubinstein
• Robbing Banks: An American History, by Lawrence R. Kirchner
• Worm: The First Digital World War, by by Mark Bowden
• Lone Survivor, by Marcus Luttrell
• Deep Work, by Cal Newport
• So Good They Can’t Ignore You, by Cal Newport
• 11.22.63, by Stephen King
• Magic and Loss: The Internet as Art, by Virginia Heffernan
• Endurance: Shackleton’s Incredible Voyage, by Alfred Lansing
• The One in a Million Boy, by Monica Wood
• No One is Coming to Save Us, by Stephanie Powell Watts
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