Come join us for lunch on Friday, October 21st at 12pm as we celebrate Zibby Owens, author, podcaster, publisher, CEO, and mother of four!
At this Lite Lunch, Owens will share with us her experience of her entrepreneur path – her perseverance, talent, and trust that consumers of her creative end product will engage in the conversation, respectfully. She will reveal with us how that is not always the case and along the road to her success she has sacrificed a lot to achieve her goals.
Owens is “driven by a sense of mission and purpose that fuels every minute of every day.” She feels compelled to leave the world in a better place than she found it. As a working mother, wife, and friend who is on (and paving) the path of media success, she has admitted that sometimes this road feels very lonely – as she’s in the season of her career life where she can’t press pause. “It’s a lot. It requires a lot from my loved ones. But I hope, in the end, it matters. For me, it is my life’s work. And I love it.”
Tickets are $25 for CLS members and $35 for guests. Free for students by calling the number listed below and showing a valid ID at check in (please note: boxed lunch not included with free admittance).
To purchase tickets, click here or call 843-723-9912.
Order “Bookends” from Buxton Books in advance by clicking HERE.
About Zibby Owens:
Zibby is the founder of Zibby Owens Media, a privately-held media company designed to help busy people live their best lives by connecting to books and each other. The three divisions include Zibby Books, a publishing house for fiction and memoir, Zcast, a podcast network powered by Acast including Zibby’s award-winning podcast Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books, and Moms Don’t Have Time To, a new content and community site including Zibby’s Virtual Book Club, events, and the former Moms Don’t Have Time to Write.
Zibby Owens launched her top literary podcast (according to Oprah.com) Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books in 2018. She has interviewed more than 900 authors, including many celebrities (Natalie Portman, Alicia Keys, Lena Dunham), politicians (Hillary Clinton, First Lady Jill Biden), athletes (Andre Agassi), chefs (Christina Tosi, Kwame Onwuachi), notable business leaders (David Rubinstein, Ray Dalio), physicians, poets, children’s book authors, hundreds of New York Times bestselling and beloved novelists and memoirists, and many debut authors looking to break out.
She is a regular columnist for Good Morning America and a frequent guest on morning news shows recommending books.
Editor of two anthologies (Moms Don’t Have Time to Have Kids and Moms Don’t Have Time To: A Quarantine Anthology), a children’s book Princess Charming, and now a memoir Bookends: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Literature, Zibby loves to write. She regularly pens personal essays, starting with her first one in Seventeen magazine in 1992.
Zibby lives in New York with her husband, Kyle Owens of Morning Moon Productions, and her four children.