Off The Shelf Episode 6

Episode 6 July 11, 2022 00:52:36
Off The Shelf Episode 6
Book Interrupted
Off The Shelf Episode 6
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Show Notes

Author Karma Brown of “The 4% Fix: How One Hour Can Change Your Life”, joins the Book Interrupted women and fan Lindsay for a chat about finding the time for yourself, raising children, rhubarb baking, and Roe v. Wade. This episode of Book Interrupted is Off The Shelf. Hold on to your bookmarks!

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Mentioned on this episode of Book Interrupted:

Book Interrupted Website 

Book Interrupted YouTube Channel

Book Interrupted Facebook Book Club Group

The 4% Fix: How One Hour Can Change Your Life by Karma Brown

Home Under Clutter - Fan Lindsay’s blog

Smitten Kitchen

How Did Roe Fall? Before a Decisive Ruling, a Powerful Red Wave, NY Times, by Kate Zernike

V For Vendetta 

Karma Brown Instagram

 

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