Reviewed by Ann Linus for Readers' Favorite
Podcast Journal by Candace Gish is just what it says it is. It is a journal for keeping track of podcasts—hosts, takeaways, and everything in between. The journal starts with a table for listing podcasts and their venues or listening platforms. The next section provides checkboxes for tracking the episodes of podcasts that one has listened to. This is followed by a section for weekly and monthly scheduling. The last but most important section is for summarizing podcast episodes; it includes space for stating the host and guest of the podcast, as well as for ratings, notes, highlights, and best quotes.
This podcast journal is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. The designs of the tables and text boxes are simple and beautiful, and the defined structure and spacious organization of the book make it easy to use. This cute and structured layout combination made me want to write in the journal. I was also intrigued by the Divas That Care Podcasts mentioned at the end of the book, so I checked it out. It is a podcast run by Candace Gish, and it provides support for women to rely on each other. Podcast Journal is a must-have for podcast enthusiasts. It will inspire them to record their podcast experiences, and the best thing about recording is that it helps with remembering. I find this book to be a good alternative to jotting things down in my notepad. Overall, I was impressed with the idea and presentation of this ingenious journal.