What Ya’ Readin’? with Gayle King

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Published on June 30, 2021

What book is Gayle King most looking forward to reading? What is her favorite line from a book? The co-host of “CBS This Morning” and Editor-at-Large of “Oprah Daily” answers all those questions and more in this new episode of “What Ya’ Readin’? With Gayle King.” #Colbert #WhatYaReadin #GayleKing

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19 comments

  • Julie Rogers 2 years ago

    Gayle, why don’t you recommend a book on ‘how to help implode a family by discussing their private relationships on an international stage? In fact, you and Oprah could write that book, and PROFIT from the personal/family tragedy TWICE.

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  • Samuel Mumm 2 years ago

    I would have loved to see some books, that actually look like they have been read. Would make it less feel like a plug for the first book, that was on screen a lot.

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  • ALEXANDER MONDAY 2 years ago

    Dang her skin color does not match her hands, Just drew on a entire new face, hair, eye lashes, contour make up.

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  • Alison Diaz 2 years ago

    I was a HUGE Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys reader too. My favourite author right now is Daniel Silva and I am eagerly awaiting the new Gabriel Allon book to read. July 13th can’t come fast enough!!!!

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  • View From The High Chair 2 years ago

    This past Sunday I finished reading the last book of a list of “the 100 best books of all-time (someone’s version). It included many prominent books you’d expect; however, a few stood out. “Infidel” by Ayaan Hirsi Ali was an incredible book that made an enormous impression on me; “War and Peace” by Tolstoy certainly lived up to the hype and “The Complete Works of Shakespeare” was both educational and entertaining and basically took me a full year to get through because I read all the supporting intros, etc.

    I am now a great lover of reading and read at least 2 pages every single day without miss and often many more pages, especially when nearing the end of a book (horses running back to the barn syndrome). So many great books out there and will never reach the bottom of the pile which I love.

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  • mortalsting 2 years ago

    “my favorite daughter”….😲

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  • MusicfromMarrs 2 years ago

    This is an interesting, eclectic list.

    My only concern there is what she got from The Scarlet Letter: do t be an adulteress. That’s so not what this nook is about. Hester Prynne got the Medusa treatment – initially, anyway. Unlike Medusa, Prynne’s community came to respect and admire her, and eventually the truth came out.

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  • New Message 2 years ago

    Discworld doesn’t get enough love in these lists.

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  • DJAnnonomys 2 years ago

    If men and women are the same then why do we have female sports?

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  • Julia S 2 years ago

    Love You Forever……also my favorite💜 and I read it and sangit as well, to my 2 darling children who are now, 31 and 28, always precious 🥲

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  • Jasmine Elizabeth 2 years ago

    Same for my favorite as well “love you forever ” ❤ beautiful story ❤

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  • Doug Winn 2 years ago

    She so wants me for knowing she knows but wont say she knows and she knows I know and wont say , what happens in vegas

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  • Doug Winn 2 years ago

    Thats thegames you guys play right?

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  • Doug Winn 2 years ago

    Myths from around the world copyright 1929

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  • Doug Winn 2 years ago

    MARVIN GAYE IS AVOIDING THIS

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  • Elizabeth Smith 2 years ago

    They shot the white girl first, well…… that’s a way to get you interested just from the first line.

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  • Kr4th 2 years ago

    As a child who had “Love You Forever” read to them as a bedtime story I’m going to go ahead and STRONGLY recommend that you NOT frighten your 5 year old child with the fear of losing a parent. The mom dies in the end and its fucking terrifying for a 5 year old to just be casually told through song and/or story that your mom is going to die. yeah i spoiled the ending but, in this case, I did you a favor. You’re welcome.

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  • Maide Evangelista 2 years ago

    Now I finally know the book title of the book that Joey read in Friends!

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