In this series, we explore what Substack writers are reading by asking them for a tour of their reading list.
I wish I were reading in that chair with that little dog right now! 🧡
Thank you Substack for these variety of reads.
If you are in London and up for a chat on my upcoming podcast, feel free to drop me a message.
Joy Tutela is wonderful and is my agent as well. One day she sent me a surprise package that included one of your books, Maggie! It was my first introduction to you. Love your work so much.
Thank you for the shout-out, Maggie!!! 😘
This illustration of Maggie is the cutest.
I can't wait to check out your recommendations! And thank you, I am honored by you and Sari, which makes me squirm with joy. :)
Lovely interview —I've learned so much just from reading it. And we both reside in Columbus, Ohio! Thanks for calling attention to the Neko Case Oldster interview—I couldn't agree more with the idea of wasted time and energy under the male gaze, as I called it. Glad to receive affirmation in that area–I thought I was alone.
Literally just read “you could make this place beautiful”! What a totally creative and different take on what would otherwise be a yucky divorce. Thank you for sharing. 👍🏼
Reading material seems one dimensional. Try Eric Mataxas for one or World Magazine.
I love all of this - it is so well deserved Sari!
Love seeing all of this attention, Sari! xo
I like the concept of reading diet. After all, we are what we eat.
None of these authors are good reads. Substack is failing if this is what they recommend to me - none of these authors are brave enough to step outside their echo chambers and read something other than what they have been reading. It's like a cult.
Omggggg that Boston terrier
My reading diet is eclectic...everything from literary classics in English as well as in German, poetry, to crime and spy thrillers, biographies and autobiographies, and history as well as current events.
A treasure right here now!