Favorite Librarian, the Podcast: Episode II and III


Episode II: How to Apply What You Know Join Your Favorite Librarian to explore colorful options of applying what you know after reading great pieces of literature.


From journaling your progress, refining your communication and great collaboration, or ways to reflect-- applying what you know has its benefits. As you evolve, reading will continuously take you to places you may not have imagined. As you open your heart, your mind will open as well.


Continue reading, friends. There is a book out there for you. ....................................................................

Episode III: Reading is Self Discipline In this episode, join Your Favorite Librarian as she shares some titles, tools, and insight on how reading is an act of Self Discipline.


Firstly, check out this episode's reading list of titles to guide you along your journey. This episode's suggestions include:


"Brujas: The Magic and Power of Witches of Color" by Lorraine Monteagut, PhD

"The Black Trans Prayer Book" by J Mase III and Lady Dane Figuera Edidi

"This Will Be My Undoing: Living at the Intersection of Black, Female and Feminist in (White) America" by Morgan Jerkins

"Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen: The Emotional Lives of Black Women" by Inger Burnett-Zeigler, PhD

"Storm for the Living and the Dead" by Charles Bukowski


Allow this episode to contribute to the great energy in your safe space or provide an energy that compliments you. You are constantly evolving and growing-- and reading is a fulcrum, providing a balance, and wealth, of information and insight.


As you continue defining your interests and passions, refine your strengths, explore your weakness-- allow reading to assist you. You are not alone, my friend!


There is a book out there for you. Continue reading!