This Is the Author S6 E65 Images of Elisa Boxer, Andrea Owen, Abbe Greenberg and Maggie Sarachek
On the Podcast: Elisa Boxer, Andrea Owen, and Abbe Greenberg & Maggie Sarachek

In this episode, meet journalist Elisa Boxer, author of A Seat at the Table, life coach Andrea Owen, author of Make Some Noise, and “Anxiety Sisters” Abbe Greenberg and Maggie Sarachek, authors of The Anxiety Sisters’ Survival Guide.

Listen in as Elisa Boxer shares what inspired her to write a children’s picture book biography of Speaker Nancy Pelosi, hear Andrea Owen on busting out of rigid societal expectations, and tune in to the Anxiety Sisters on how to press pause on the endless spin cycle in your head. Plus, learn what it was like for these authors to record their audiobooks.

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Listen to clips from the audiobooks mentioned in this episode:

Author: Elisa Boxer
Read By: Elisa Boxer

A Seat at the Table is an inspiring picture-book biography-on-audio about Nancy Pelosi that shows her journey from the child of Baltimore’s mayor to her marble-ceiling-shattering four terms as Speaker of the House.

Author: Andrea Owen
Read By: Andrea Owen

In Make Some Noise, Andrea Owen deconstructs common behavior patterns that sabotage our power as women, and instead suggests new behaviors for creating a life that truly serves our desires and needs. From unlearning the notion that women should stay quiet and take up little space to trusting your inner wisdom, Make Some Noise is a raw and honest audio guide to taking control of your life.

Got anxiety? Join the club. The Anxiety Sisters’ Survival Guide is a warm and practical guide to coping with anxiety—and finding ways to laugh anyway. Most of all, this is a handbook for fighting Shrinking World Syndrome—that isolating, lonely feeling that comes from letting your anxiety run the show.

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