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Fully Booked by Kirkus Reviews

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Get the ultimate insider's scoop on the best new books. The editors at Kirkus Reviews interview your favorite authors, tell you whether or not the books on the bestseller list are worth the read, give you behind-the-scenes insights, and introduce you to great books you may otherwise never find.

Customer Reviews

Great Guest/Negative Political Ad Jarring

I was quite excited to hear DeRay McKesson, a vocal black progressive speaker , author and leader in our culture. However, I was taken aback by the negative tone deaf, disrespectful anti Delgado political ad promo that aired just before the interview began. To be clear, Delgado (D) is a progressive black man running for Congress in upstate NY against John Faso (R), a white, conservative, hateful Trumper...the embodiment of a candidate that DeRay McKesson, and his listeners abhor. If you like DeRay’s message, please promote candidates like Delgado and VOTE in November!🗳

A great podcast!

This podcast is nice and refreshing! They have great authors and

I Love Books, I Love Fully Booked!`

What a great podcast this is, if you are a booklover. The hosts are not pretentious and they ask intellegent questions of authors regarding the latter's books, processes, lives, etc. There is usually space near the conclusion of the podcast where they talk about "hits and misses" for the week and/or answering listener's question.

The podcast helps me find even more good books, and undiscovered for me, authors to read.