The Social Chapter

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S8 E5 - ‘Punching The Air’ is loosely based on one of The Exonerated Five’s lived experience
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S8 E3 - How to unlock your productivity by working smarter, not harder
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S8 E2 - Explore Canada’s fascinating queer history and activism with ‘Out North’
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S7 E212 - New book is a compelling testament to the importance of long-term friendship
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S7 E210 - Bombshell book exposes why Harry and Meghan left the royal family
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S7 E208 - Powerful memoir doubles as advice book for gay parents of gay children
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S7 E207 - Sam Lansky’s ‘Broken People’ delves into modern self-help culture
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S7 E205 - Eva Holland sets out to understand and conquer fear in her new book
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S7 E203 - ‘My Life as a Unicorn’ details a drag superstar’s experience being Queer, Iraqi and Muslim
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S7 E201 - New book gives parents tools to prepare their daughters for growing up
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S7 E200 - Jennifer Weiner says influencers do a ton of work for not much money
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S7 E198 - 'The Pull of the Stars’ reveals eerie parallels between the flu of 1918 and COVID-19
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S7 E194 - ‘Big Summer’ is a breezy, beach read perfect for summer
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S7 E192 - ‘Three Women’ puts a spotlight on female sexual desire
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S7 E190 - ‘Lean Out’ is a personal and informed reflection of modern ‘overwork’ culture
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S7 E189 - Beautiful memoir takes readers on a journey of love and loss
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S7 E186 - ‘Still’ is a moving account of a woman’s experience with stillbirth
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S7 E177 - How to acknowledge and dismantle complicity in a system of white privilege
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S7 E173 - New book explores how different life would have been if Hillary Clinton didn’t marry Bill
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S7 E172 - ‘Sense and Sensibility’ is Jane Austen’s classic tale of romance
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S7 E164 - 'They Said This Would be Fun' details racism at Ontario school
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S7 E156 - New book gives readers an honest look at life as a new beekeeper
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S7 E149 - Author traces her roots back to Ireland in new memoir
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S7 E145 - Jessica Simpson's 'Open Book' is worth the read
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S7 E143 - New memoir attempts to be the change in autism narratives
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S7 E123 - Relationship violence and harassment explored in new memoir
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S7 E121 - ‘Such a Fun Age’ is a provocative page-turner
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S7 E118 - America’s youngest sommelier shares her journey in new memoir
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S7 E117 - ‘No More Nice Girls’ says being nice is problematic for women
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S7 E110 - Desmond Cole is sparking a nation-wide conversation on race with his new book