Books take readers on an imaginative journey through time and space to wonderous lands far, far away, transporting people to places never before seen to meet people never before met.
Our featured podcast for this week is an interview show that invites a few of the most prolific writers to share insights on some of the best-selling books of our time.
Congratulations to The Book Review by the New York Times for earning podcast of the week for March 2, 2020.
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What’s The Book Review about?
Nearly every published author wants to make it as a New York Times bestseller, but only few and far between have made it. It’s an honor to be featured on the list as one of the most widely read books of our time, and for good reason. These books have resonated with millions of people around the globe, inspiring people to take on challenges and broadening their views on culture, politics and everything in between.
The Book Review by New York Times is a podcast that takes a deeper dive into the books we’re all talking about, inviting published authors to share their experiences with either reading the books on the bestsellers lists or the creative process they went through to write them.
Join Pamela Paul each week on the podcast as she invites authors to talk about their best-selling books.
Why subscribe to The Book Review podcast?
It’s one thing to read a short review about a trending book from a critic, it’s another thing to get insights directly from well-renowned authors offering their opinions and behind-the-scenes look on their creative process.
The Book Review is an amazing look into what went into writing the books that made it to the best-sellers list and what inspirations they took to create the books we so lovingly cherish as readers.
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