What Should I Read Next?

Hosted ByAnne Bogel

What Should I Read Next? is the show for every reader who has ever finished a book and faced the problem of not knowing what to read next. Each week, Anne Bogel, of the blog Modern Mrs Darcy, interviews a reader about the books they love, the books they hate, and the books they're reading now. Then, she makes recommendations about what to read next. The real purpose of the show is to help YOU find your next read.


All Episodes

Ep 10: You can be a Serious Reader and still love Matt Damon

In this episode Anne chats with Janssen Bradshaw, creator of the blogEveryday Reading, former children’s librarian, andmodern mother who’s raising her three kids to be readers. In this episode...

Ep 9: The reality of bookworm problems

In this episode Anne chats with fellow bookwormLeigh Kramer. In addition to being a full-time book nerd,Leigh is a San Francisco resident, fried pickle connoisseur, and lifetime White Sox...

Ep 8: The power of books, English major favorites, and what makes a great YA novel

Anne talks to Preston Yancey about the power of reading, English major favorites, his deep and abiding love for chick lit, and what makes a great YA novel. Click...

Ep 7: Books that uplift and inspire, the books that “hook” you, and filling the Brown Girls’ Bookshelf

Anne talks to Osheta Mooreaboutfalling down the rabbit hole of reading recommendations, her really weird interest in fanfiction, and the significance of her Brown Girls’ Bookshelf. And of course...

Ep 6: Books for book nerds, author backstories, and simple stories told well

Anne talks to Tsh Oxenreider aboutthe importance ofwhereshe reads, author stories onandoff the page, books for book nerds, and her love of simple stories well told. Click over to...

Ep 5: Raising readers, books that find you, and making the library people hate you

Anne talks with author and speakerDeidra Riggs, whose book,Every Little Thing: Making a World of Difference Right Where You Are, was published last October. Anne and Deidra discussDeidra’s wonderful...

Ep 4: Reading as escape, hating lots of books, and finding new fiction

Anne talks with attorney, blogger, and author Seth Haines, whose first work,Coming Clean. Anne and Sethhave a great conversation aboutreading as escape, how they both hate so many books,...

Ep 3: Books that “smart” people like, books you truly love, and books that embrace the grey

Today’s guest is Jacey Verdicchio from the Around The Table podcast. Anne and Jacey discuss books that make you feel smart / not-so-smart, and the inner battle between reading...

Ep 2: The perils of high expectations and characters you can root for

Anne chats with Sarah Kohrnak of the Brilliant Business Momsabout the perils of high expectations, characters that you can root for, and what she should be reading next. Click...

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