From A Marathoner’s Point of View

With over 100,000 visitors to the Marine Corps Marathon Expo this past weekend, our debut presence was quite a success.  The expo began Friday morning, kicking off an exciting weekend of discussions with thousands of runners and spectators.  From active military members to retired vets to family members and runners in general, we had great conversations about audiobooks and the different ways people listen.  Read more

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Listen While You Run: Don’t Tell Me You’re Afraid

Marathon season is in full swing and many people are at the end of the road with their training. From here on out, the mental strength becomes more important than the physical. If you are training to run this fall or know someone who is, DON’T TELL ME YOU’RE AFRAID is worth a listen. It’s an inspiring story about how a young girl in Somalia uses running to help her through increasing political and economic turmoil, giving her the motivation and desire to make her country better. Read more

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Go to It! ‘Read’ While You Run

I would consider myself a light runner. I run a few miles a day, a few days a week, and mostly enjoy running with people so we can chat.  I don’t often listen to music when I run, but when I do, I listen to the same playlist that I had put on my iPod when I got it several years ago.  I generally find music to be boring and I end up running a shorter distance when listening to my playlist than I do when I’m involved in a conversation with others. Read more

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Five Audiobooks We’re Looking Forward To in 2016

2015 was an incredible year for audiobooks, but 2016 is looking even better! We will be publishing brand new audiobooks from New York Times bestselling authors, and new entries in your favorite series. From romances, to thrillers, to science fiction, we have exciting new listens for all in the New Year. Here are just a few of the audiobooks we can’t wait to listen to in 2016:

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