Oct 8, 2022
October reading is what dreams are made of. The back-to-school rush is over and we’re in the groove of a new routine… shorter and chillier days call for an extra latte, tea, or glass(es) of wine… and - can you hear it? - it’s the sound of the short-lived quiet before the holiday storm.
For this month’s HERsay Podcast x Barnes & Noble October Book Picks episode, we have spooky stories, cooking inspiration, lessons from the universe, and more!
In today’s episode, host Caroline Elliott talks with Barnes & Noble’s Clare Hilton about this month’s titles, featuring women authors and/or amazing female protagonists (have YOU ever considered the Milky Way as a woman? It just makes sense!).
Proceeds from books purchased through hersaypodcast.com this month go to the Foundation for Women Warriors, enhancing the wellbeing of women veterans and military women transitioning back into civilian life. Get your cozy on and listen now!
HERsay Podcast x Barnes & Noble October Book Picks:
Babel: An Arcane History by R.F. Kuang
The Lost Girls of Willowbrook by Ellen Marie Wiseman
I Used To Have A Plan: But Life Had Other Ideas by Alessandra Olanow
Hunt, Gather, Parent by Michaeleen Doucleff, PhD
The Milky Way: An Autobiography of Our Galaxy by Moiya McTier
Half-Baked Harvest Everyday: Recipes for Balanced, Flexible, Feel-Good Meals by Tieghan Gerard
The Unofficial Hocus Pocus Cookbook by Bridget Thoreson
Moldilocks and the Three Scares by Lynne Marie
There’s A Ghost In This House by Oliver Jeffers