Fall Crafting
7 Audiobooks to Listen to While Crafting

Fall is a busy crafting season. With Halloween and the holidays around the corner, there are costumes to design, gifts to create, and decorations to make. Entertain yourself while you craft by listening to an engaging audiobook. Read more

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Family History
8 Family Sagas to Listen to

In 2001, Congress passed a resolution that made October Family History Month, when we’re encouraged to delve into our family stories. As we look to the past, we uncover universal experiences that connect us to one another. Read more

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National Book Award Nominees
National Book Award Longlist Nominees

In 1950, the literary community came together for the first-ever National Book Awards. Created to “celebrate the best of American literature, to expand its audience, and to enhance the cultural value of great writing in America,” the National Book Award is one of the most prestigious honors a writer can receive. Read more

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fall reading and listening
First-in-a-Series Audiobooks That Should Be on Everyone’s List

As we go into fall and winter, you’ll be staying indoors more often than not. Now is the perfect time to start a new series to keep you going through these cooler months. Whether you enjoy cozy small-town stories or nail-biting mysteries, there’s a series waiting for you. Read more

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The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir: Women on the Homefront

“Perhaps there is something good that has come from this war: everything has been turned around, all the unfairness made grimly plain. It has given us everyday women a voice—dared us to stand up for ourselves, and to stand up for others.” -Jennifer Ryan, The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir Read more

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