This week on Everything is Fine

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I’m so excited about the fact that we’ve got author Ashley C. Ford on Everything is Fine this week—her amazing NYT bestselling memoir, Somebody’s Daughter, is our first EIF book club pick, and you might want to tune in even if you didn’t read it for a pretty frank and inspiring discussion of becoming a writer; writing about family; love; trauma; shame; positive self-talk and more. Tune in on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. And ladies, why don’t you join our Patreon while you’re at it—last week we had such a fun live event for our subscribers, and we’ve got a lot more exclusive content coming your way.

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    Viajera
    27 Sep 2021
    12:50pm

    What a great idea to have a book club! I had forgotten all about it but I will try to catch up. I know I should be embarrassed to be so superficial, or at least think about it, but I like her top in the photo and that makes me think there is a better chance I will like the book too.

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    Rae
    27 Sep 2021
    8:50pm

    This was a phenomenal episode. I loved the book and the discussion was great –you asked some great questions. Ashley just jumps right into the meaningful heart of things, doesn’t she? Thank you!

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    T
    30 Sep 2021
    5:14pm

    Loved this episode! Ashley’s commentary on marriage and success is so eye-opening and refreshing. Plus, I don’t think I’ve ever heard a woman discuss how much she was paid for her work using actual numbers. I think we all need to start doing that!

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    Jenny
    28 Sep 2021
    8:32pm

    This was among the best —maybe the best—of the podcast episodes. I’m going to return to it often.

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    MJ
    27 Sep 2021
    12:37pm

    I think Ashley is completely amazing. Met her briefly in person once and was blown away by her kindness and warmth. This was such a good conversation–thank you.

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