How We Started Our Podcast
We met through mutual friends and the formation of a book club. With a strong love of books and overlapping interests, a friendship developed. The idea for this podcast came out of ongoing conversation about books over tea.
Fun Facts about Kyrie
I moved to Flagstaff, Arizona when I was 8 years old and have been fortunate enough to find a love, a job, and a house so I get to stay here for awhile. I share my life with my partner Chris (the artist behind our logo, banner, and lovely photos) and our adorable Yorkiedoodle Chester. I currently work at Northern Arizona University as a Strategic Marketing Communications Coordinator for University Marketing. I don’t remember reading much growing up, with the exception of one Goosebumps book I didn’t get into reading until I was in college. Ever since then, I’ve been a reading machine and you can often find me curled up with a book. A lot of my friends call me a little old lady because I enjoy knitting, baking, and reading, and tend to go to bed at 8 pm. I guess we could just say I am an old soul. I enjoy living in the Southwest as is provides ample opportunities for me get outside and go hiking, bike, play disc golf, and just enjoy Flagstaff.
Fun Facts about Cori
I taught myself to read at the age of 3 and have been an obsessive reader ever since. An often-told family legend is that the worst punishment I could receive as a kid was being grounded fromreading. True story. I have to read every night before bed, or I find it hard to fall asleep. Outside of reading and listening to podcasts about books, I work at Northern Arizona University in sustainability. I have lived all over the place, but grew up in Indiana and Kentucky, and have lived in Flagstaff for the last seven years.I have a pretty amazing little family of a husband, cat, and dog. I love to curl up with a book, some good music, and a glass of wine or a cup of coffee or tea. I also love camping, hiking, biking, and tennis, which makes Flagstaff and the southwest a pretty awesome place to call home.