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Best Straubing podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Straubing podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Life on the road from the feminine perspective. Host Laura Borichevsky, alongside inspiring voices of female travelers, bring you closer to some of the honest experiences that life on the road has to offer—from the perspective of women who've lived them firsthand. From compelling stories to practical tips and more, find out what life is like when the road becomes your home.
 
Stories of women who are inspired by time spent outside take the shape of interviews, in-the-field recordings, and listener submissions. These make up a tapestry of episodes covering themes such as solo hiking and camping; entrepreneurship; aging; diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI); conservation; motherhood; chronic illness; and feminism as they intersect with outdoor experiences. Hosted by Gale Straub.
 
Dr. Rebbie Straubing of www.YOFA.net shows you how to use your understanding of Law of Attraction to cultivate spiritual awareness, healing, loving relationships, prosperity, and more. Learn the latest and greatest tips from the woman behind YOFA, The Yoga of Alignment, Rooted in the Infinite, The YOFA jhe Sessions, and so much more.
 
Every author has a story beyond the one that they put down on paper. The Barnes & Noble Podcast goes between the lines with today's most interesting writers, exploring what inspires them, what confounds them, and what they were thinking when they wrote the books we’re talking about. Subscribe to discover intriguing new conversations every week.
 
Find your next great audiobook on our podcast, Behind the Mic with AudioFile Magazine. Every Monday through Friday, AudioFile Editors recommend the best in audiobook listening. All in 6 minutes or less. It’s short, sweet, and just what your ears need. Got a bit more time? Listen to the bonus episode featuring conversations with the best voices in the audiobook industry.
 
Field Days is hosted by Chris Gautz, the department's spokesperson and Greg Straub, administrative assistant to the FOA deputy director, as well as on occasion by Noah Nagy, Warden at Lakeland Correctional Facility, who, along with Greg, started the podcast and were Golden Post Award nominees as hosts. Every Tuesday you can find a new episode of Field Days on your Apple device using the iTunes podcast app by searching for “Field Days”. The podcast is also available on the SoundCloud app whic ...
 
We're not just book nerds. We're professional book nerds! We are staff librarians who work at OverDrive, the leading app for eBooks and audiobooks from public libraries and schools. It's our job to discuss books all day long so we thought, "Why not share the conversation!" Hear about the best books we've read, get recommendations, and learn about the hottest books coming out that we can't wait to dive into. Titles discussed are available to borrow through public libraries. Get started readin ...
 
Ride, Read, Discuss is a podcast hosted by Rosy and Hollie, the creators of Books on the Subway. Focussing on not only books, but powerful stories and making connections in New York City. Hear about everything from your favorite authors down to some of the weirdest experiences on the subway. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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From the outside looking in, author MaryBob Straub was living the American Dream until she realized Life was insisting she travel an alternate route. Over time she sought to understand both her own choices and those of her loved ones. This led her on a path to discovering her own personal sovereignty as well as compassion for the world she walked a…
 
Emily Rankin’s expressive narration and graceful tone guide listeners through this sympathetic story of the extended Strick family. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Michele Cobb talk about the familiar themes of family life found in Emma Straub’s new and absorbing audiobook. Rankin superbly distinguishes three generations of the Strick clan, giving eac…
 
Our guest today is Emma Straub, author of our May Barnes & Noble Book Club selection All Adults Here. All Adults Here is a sharp, yet sincere look at how we define our lives and the profound effects we have on those we love most. This deeply fulfilling story of sibling relationships, aging parents, hard truths, and second chances is chockfull of he…
 
Ramón de Ocampo is a standout narrator, and we’re pleased to name him one of AudioFile’s 2020 Golden Voice narrators. He helps listeners feel an emotional connection to the characters in the audiobooks he narrates, whether they are playful friendships or difficult and more intense confrontations. He is celebrated often for his work on children’s an…
 
You are More than Your Mess with Lindsey Maestas I don’t know about you, but when when I was a young girl I spent more time dreaming about being a mom than a wife. And when it came to thinking about marriage, I could picture the wedding in my mind, but I didn’t really take the time to think about the type of guy I wanted to marry. This was a big mi…
 
Our guest today is Brit Bennett, author of our June Barnes & Noble Book Club selection The Vanishing Half. [ean1]The lives of identical twin sisters diverge when they leave their tiny hometown in this indelible story of identity, family and home. As the narrative cuts across the country and across decades, we follow the aftermath of trauma and the …
 
Lisa Cherney is a smart, funny woman that loves the word fuck. She has been mentoring 6 and 7-figure entrepreneurs for over 20 years. She coaches top coaches, teaches brilliant teachers and intuitively guides the most woo woo intuitives. She’s been a millionaire entrepreneur (for a minute) and a corporate flunky. Her GFR moments (in life and busine…
 
Julia Whelan is one of AudioFile’s 2020 Golden Voice narrators, a well-deserved honor. We celebrate the best of the audiobook narrators to encourage listeners to seek out exceptional performers who have impressive narrations over a range of genres. Julia Whelan won the 2019 Audie Award for Best Female Narrator for her performance of EDUCATED by Tar…
 
Episode #449 - Adam interviews Alex Aster, debut LatinX author of Emblem Island, Curse of the Night Witch. They discuss the joy she experiences of turning the stories she heard growing up into novels, her writing process, her experience as a debut author, and much more. This chat from back in January was a delight and her book is fabulous.…
 
JD Jackson is one of AudioFile’s 2020 Golden Voices, and he is a skilled and versatile narrator with a long list of impressive credits to his name. He narrated two of this year’s Pulitzer Prize-winning audiobooks, Jericho Brown’s poetry collection THE TRADITION and Colson Whitehead’s historical novel THE NICKEL BOYS. His narration of THE NICKEL BOY…
 
June is audiobook month, and this June we are celebrating our Golden Voice narrators on the podcast all month long. Golden Voices are the stars of the audiobook universe. We kick off our celebration with JD Jackson, a narrator with amazing range who performs with confidence and believability. He was nominated for a 2020 Audie Award for THE NICKEL B…
 
Can we hit the road responsibly during a pandemic? As someone planning to car camp or take a drive into the wilderness, you might not feel like you alone could make a huge impact on this pandemic-- but the reality is that travel can lead to transmission-- which means that travelers have the capacity to create an immense effect on the trajectory of …
 
Brooke Tilghman Wife to Todd, Mom of 8, Pastor’s Wife, Mrs. Voice … Loves a Good Thrift Mrs. “The Voice” and The Goodness of God We all see the goodness of God in many ways. For my new friend, Brooke Tilghman, she’s recently seen the goodness of God in an over-the-top way. Wife to Todd, mom of 8, and pastor’s wife … last fall Brooke encouraged her …
 
"We're going to have conflict no matter what. So how can we communicate through that and how can we be emotionally intelligent working through that?" This week we're joined by Erica Nelson, DEI consultant and Organizational Leadership Developer (and avid flyfisher). Erica talks about leadership vs management, how to determine your leadership style,…
 
Dr. Robi Ludwig is a nationally known psychotherapist and award-winning reporter. She received the 2020 Best of Manhattan Award in the Mental Health Practitioner category by the Manhattan Award Program. She has been appearing on broadcast media since 1997 and is sought after for her psychological insights on a wide range of topics. She is currently…
 
What if your true crime book club devolved into an actual mystery—with vampires? Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Michele Cobb discuss this edgy story about darkness that lurks where we least expect it. There’s an air of disquiet in Bahni Turpin’s charming Southern drawl as she narrates as Patricia, a mother in a quiet town whose only excitement is get…
 
Moving Past Your Past with Kasey Van Norman People like to say, “You are not your past” … but it’s not like we can forget it. And when our minds are filled with our mess-ups, can we trust God to lead us back, in order to move us forward? Part of the “moving back” for Kasey Van Norman, included being open and honest about very hard things in her lif…
 
Episode #448 - We highlight the new books coming out in June that we are most excited about. We also share what we think about the news that a sequel to the Labyrinth is being released. Dance magic dance! Books mentioned in this episode: Burn by Patrick Ness Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia Home Before Dark by Riley Sager Engagement and Espio…
 
We’re heading into summer and parks and trails and beaches around the US are starting to open up again amidst the pandemic. As hikers, paddlers, climbers, runners, we crave time outside, but we also have a responsibility to do so in a way that respects the health of others and the land we’re on. We hear from four women who can help guide us in the …
 
Fifty years after four young people were shot by the National Guard at Kent State University, Deborah Wiles gives us an honest fictional account enhanced by this production. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Michele Cobb discuss the moving and powerful narration of this young adult novel in verse. The narrators give voice to several witnesses, each with…
 
WFH Zoom meetings leaving you beat at the end of the day? You're not alone. Iris and Lisa dive into the science behind why video calls are making us more on edge lately. Read more: BBC Article TED article on Zoom fatigue Psychology Today on how to recover Follow us on Instagram: @wheeliecreative View past episodes, transcripts, and more info about …
 
Tony Rulli is the co-founder of Intentional Spark and is an expert in Facebook and Instagram Ads. He and his team help clients with already successful online marketing funnels scale through Facebook and Instagram ads. Tony gets down to the specifics in his conversation with Lou and provides some great tactics and strategies around a space all busin…
 
Surrender to the worlds that Stephen King has created. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Michele Cobb talk about the horror author’s latest collection of novellas, featuring gems for longtime fans and new listeners alike. Stephen King was honored earlier this year with a lifetime achievement award from the Audio Publishers Association, and the care he t…
 
Musician Alicia Keys delivers her memoir with a rich, inviting style, and listeners are treated to cameos from family and friends. AudioFile’s Michele Cobb and host Jo Reed discuss this celebrity memoir that makes for an outstanding listen. Keys’s famous friends including Oprah, Bono, and Michelle Obama chime in during chapters relevant to their ex…
 
On today's episode, Adam sits down with Mikel Jollett to discuss his debut novel, Hollywood Park. Mikel grew up in the infamous Synanon Cult and is now the lead singer of one of Adam's all-time favorite bands The Airborne Toxic Event. They discuss how Mikel crafted his memoir through introspection, research, and magical realism. They also discuss h…
 
Jo Giese is an award-winning radio journalist, author, teacher, community activist, and former TV reporter. As a special correspondent, she was part of the Peabody Award–winning team at Marketplace, the most popular business program in America garnering numerous other awards in Radio as well. At Marketplace she won an EMMA for Exceptional Radio Sto…
 
Investigative reporter Jack McEvoy is back in Connelly’s thrilling series. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten discuss the creepy and engaging dual narration. Peter Giles returns to portray McEvoy, the persistent and self-righteous investigator. When a one-time hookup becomes a murder victim, Jack connects the dots between her death and othe…
 
Skyler Thomas is good at working with a change of plans. In fact, it’s something that she’s navigated time and time again-- right up to present day as she pivoted the direction of her business, SugarSky, amid pandemic-related public health concerns. But whether it’s founding her company, embracing tiny house living to become debt-free, changing car…
 
Raising Adults Who Thrive On Their Own with Brenda Yoder I used to think parenting was all about raising God-loving, caring kids. But after doing this parenting gig for 31 years, I look at things differently. My parenting has very little to do about having a good kid. Instead, it’s about raising adults. I teach kindness when my kids are young so th…
 
Social distancing has given us a chance to really focus on the atmosphere of our home, both emotionally and spiritually. It’s made us a little more intentional, but also has brought a lot more fun to our home as well. In this episode, we talk about the practices we’ve been implementing in our home to cultivate our kids’ hearts and foster a healthy …
 
Cozy up for this one... we're joined by Rumpl CEO and co-founder Wylie Robinson this week! Wylie talks about how Rumpl prioritizes taking care of the earth, adapting to being a new father and a CEO during COVID-19, putting employee engagement first, and more. This episode contains SO much knowledge, so press play! Follow Wylie: rumpl.com @gorumpl F…
 
CAROLINE is a singer, songwriter and a natural-born performer and dancer who is creating relatable pop anthems with purpose. Her songs have heard by millions and her ARMY of loyal fans continues to connect with her through social media. She has dipped her toes in many other arenas launching her own magazine, fashion brand and has written a book abo…
 
Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten appreciate the poise and directness of Jesmyn Ward’s narration of her 2018 commencement address. The author of SING, UNBURIED, SING and SALVAGE THE BONES performs the moving speech she shared with the 2018 graduates of Tulane University. With raw emotion, Ward describes her disappointment and disillusionme…
 
In today's episode, Jill is joined by her friends Sydney and Tiffany! Along with talking about some of the books they have been reading, they also discuss how difficult it can be to read during the pandemic and what television shows and movies they are watching instead. Books mentioned in this episode: Crisis in the Red Zone by Richard Preston The …
 
Ex-CIA operative and outsider Milo Weaver is caught up in a web of changing alliances in Steinhauer’s latest thriller. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten talk about the meticulous yet conversational narrator, David Pittu, who uses subtle yet distinctive characterizations to make the story come alive. It’s a twisty thriller and needs your at…
 
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