In this episode, Jayson Greene, author of Once More We Saw Stars; John Von Sothen, author of Monsieur Mediocre; and Raegan Moya-Jones, author of What It Takes. From processing a devastating personal tragedy, to drawing back the curtain on daily life in Paris, to building a big career out of an idea that originated at a kitchen table, these authors are able to reveal the powerful universalities we all share as a result of them each getting deeply personal about their own experiences. Plus, hear why the subway is one authorâ€™s favorite place to listen to everything.
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A moving, transcendent memoir of loss and a stunning exploration of marriage in the wake of unimaginable grief.
â€śBeautifulâ€¦heartbreakingâ€¦.an answer to the question: How does one survive such a devastating tragedyâ€¦a story not just of loss, but of remarkable loveâ€¦life-affirmingâ€¦luminous.â€ť â€”Washington Post
A hilarious, candid account of what life in France is actually like, from a writer for Vanity Fair and GQ.
â€śThis book made me laugh out loud on the subway.Â J’adoreÂ every jaded character, every hilarious insight, and every upended stereotype. Most of all I felt this hum of loveâ€”for France, for family, and for life, reallyâ€”that gives every essay a beguiling depth.â€ť â€”Maeve Higgins, author ofÂ Maeve in America
Founder of global baby brand aden + anais Raegan Moya-Jones doesnâ€™t hold back on what it really takes to build a $100 million business from her kitchen table.
â€śAn inspiring story for anyone who wants to change their career, play by their own rules, and build a successful business in the process.â€ť â€”Rebecca Minkoff, Founder & Creative Director
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