Today Kendra and Autumn chat with Hollie Fraser and Rosy Kehdi, the founders of Books on the Subway and hosts of the podcast Ride. Read. Discuss. Over on their podcast, Hollie and Rosy interview Kendra and Autumn about the founding of Reading Women and how things run behind the scenes. Be sure to check it out!
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Thank you for checking out our podcast Ride. Read. Discuss! On our podcast you can hear us (Hollie & Rosy) talking about not only books and authors, but also bringing forward powerful stories about people and making connections in New York City.
You’ll hear about everything from your favorite authors down to some of the weirdest experiences on the subway.
We promise to keep it light and fun and if nothing else you’ll come away with a bunch of new books for your TBR list.
Rosy founded Books on the Subway in NYC in 2013, after learning about Books On The Underground in London. She moved from Lebanon in 2012 and has always been an avid reader and book enthusiast. She’s the ultimate Harry Potter fan, and is on a mission to convert as many Muggles as possible into Potterheads!
Hollie started the book sharing movement back in London in 2012, when she founded Books on the Underground. She’s always been obsessed with reading and as a kid would find any opportunity to head to the local library to pick up a copy of The Babysitters Club.
Music by Isaac Greene