Episode 210 #DontOverthinkIt - #AmWriting
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Episode 210 #DontOverthinkIt

 

Our guest today is Anne Bogel, most recently the author of Don’t Overthink It, which came out on March 3, 2020. Followers of this podcast who’ve taken my advice may have checked out her podcast, What Should I Read Next, where she talks books, reading and recommendations with guests—because I’m a huge fan. Anne is also the author of I’d Rather Be Reading and Reading People: How Seeing the World Through the Lens of Personality Changes Everything, the host of a second podcast, One Great Book and the blogger behind the Modern Mrs. Darcy.com.

We talk about genres, owning your expertise, finding your voice and launching a book in a global pandemic. Some favorite advice goes straight to the title of Anne’s latest book: don’t overthink it. Sometimes, the right idea for a book is the one that’s always with you, that you’re interested in, that feels easy and obvious to you because it is—but isn’t such a cakewalk for everyone else.

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Anne: Musical Chairs by Amy Poeppel (available July 21st, 2020)

The Switch by Beth O’Leary, who also authored The FlatShare

KJ: The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet by Becky Chambers

Jess: Wild Horses of the Summer Sun by Tory Bilski

The Boy from the Woods by Harlan Cobin


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