In Conversation with Tara Anderson of Louisville Public Media
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This stylish journal created exclusively for book lovers includes custom reading lists for every genre, charming literary quotes, and plenty of room to record what you’ve read and what you’d love to read. A must-have for serious readers.
This stylish journal created exclusively for book lovers includes custom reading lists, charming literary quotes, and plenty of room to record what you’ve read and what you’d love to read.
“Books are knowledge. Books are reflection. Books change your mind.”—Toni Morrison
Designed by a book lover for book lovers, My Reading Life is the ideal companion for all your literary adventures.
Anne Bogel, creator of the Modern Mrs. Darcy blog, provides you with insightful reading lists for every popular genre and each season. She even helps you determine the kinds of books you’d most like to read based on your interests. You’ll also appreciate the sleek, compact design, perfect for taking on the go to the library, bookstore, or your next book club gathering.
So much more than just a journal, this book is a joyful celebration of the written word, one that will significantly enrich every day of your reading life.
Anne Bogel is an author, the creator of the blog Modern Mrs. Darcy, and host of What Should I Read Next? podcast. Modern Mrs. Darcy, which derives its name from a Jane Austen book, is a lifestyle blog for nerds who appreciate Anne’s modus operandi of approaching old, familiar ideas from new and fresh angles. While Modern Mrs. Darcy isn’t strictly a book blog, Anne writes frequently about books and reading. Her book lists are among her most popular posts. She is well known by readers, authors, and publishers as a tastemaker. In 2016, she launched her podcast What Should I Read Next?—a popular show devoted to literary matchmaking, bibliotherapy, and all things books and reading. Anne lives in Louisville, Kentucky, with her husband, four children, and a yellow lab named Daisy.
My Reading Life: A Book Journal releases September 21, 2021.
Tara Anderson is the host and producer of Five Things, a podcast about the objects that tell our stories. She grew up in Lexington and Louisville, and holds degrees in music performance and journalism from the University of Kentucky. She is the former assistant program director at WFUV, Fordham University's public radio station, and earned a masters degree in communications from Fordham. She has been a contributor to All Things Considered, The World, Only A Game, Gravy, the BBC World Service, American Theatre Magazine, and Louisville Magazine. She is the producer of The Moth StorySLAM in Louisville and has also been heard on-air on WFPK and WUOL. She lives in Louisville with her husband and two young children.
This stylish journal created exclusively for book lovers includes custom reading lists, charming literary quotes, and plenty of room to record what you've read and what you'd love to read."Books are knowledge. Books are reflection. Books change your mind."--Toni Morrison