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Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books with Zibby

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Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books is the award-winning, daily, author interview podcast hosted by author, bookstore owner, publishing house CEO and "NYC's Most Powerful Book-fluencer" (Vulture) Zibby Owens. more


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4.6 out of 5 stars from 560 ratings
  • Bookish and brilliant!

    Zibby brings out the best in every author she interviews. I’ve discovered so many new books and authors by listening to her podcast! I love the 30 minute format - quick enough to listen while taking a walk or out running errands - and keeps the conversation going like a phone call with a friend. Zibby’s questions are thoughtful and thought-provoking, welcoming the listener into each book and the story behind each book. I love this podcast!

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    Kristen Ness
    United States3 months ago
  • Zibby keeps me company

    Zibby and her guests keep me company every day while I walk. I am constantly being inspired and motivated in my writing endeavors. Thank you Zibby and crew!

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    All nicknames taken!😊
    United States5 months ago
  • Love this podcast

    I love this podcast! Zibby is wonderful asking author questions. Sometimes she has another guest host on who also does a great job in helping the author share what their book is about. With every episode I learn about authors and the books they write. I learn about interesting books I’d probably never hear about if it weren’t for the podcast. I also learn more about myself.

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    Kristen for
    United States5 months ago
  • Not listening, too rushed

    I’ve loved the podcast in the past, but the last two episodes I listened to, Zibby was not listening to the guest, and was just saying “that’s awesome” and moving to the next question.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States6 months ago

    If only my father was a billionaire and I could buy and pay my way into having a top podcast and being an influencer/bookfluencer and then pretend “I’m just a busy mom like all of you” even though you have a staff of Nannie’s,, drivers, cooks, and more and see your kids for 2 minutes every other week. more

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    Shades ofbbblue
    United States6 months ago

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