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S4 E58: Nico Tortorella, Akilah Hughes, and Cory Allen

In this episode, meet Younger star Nico Tortorella, author of Space Between, comedian Akilah Hughes, author of Obviously, and podcaster and meditation teacher Cory Allen, author of Now Is the Way.

Each of these young writers is using their creativity and talent to inspire others to grow—through art, introspection, and joyous expression. Hear them talk honestly about recording their audiobooks; plus, find out which of these authors has finally become their own “love bomb.” Read more

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Author Sarah Jio
Q&A with Sarah Jio, author of All the Flowers in Paris

All the Flowers in Paris blooms beautifully to life on audio thanks to the storytelling skill of bestselling author Sarah Jio, and four phenomenal narrators. We are thrilled to welcome Jio to the blog to hear more about her latest listen, why she loves her full cast recording, and what sounds of summer and childhood books make her feel the most nostalgic. Read more

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S4 E54: Brad L. Smith, Jason Harris, and Antoinette M. Clarke & Tricia Clarke-Stone

In this episode meet Brad Smith, author (with Carol Ann Browne) of Tools and Weapons; Jason Harris, author of The Soulful Art of Persuasion; and Tricia Clarke-Stone and Antoinette M. Clarke, co-authors of Double Down. Read more

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January LaVoy
Q&A with January LaVoy, narrator of Gods of the Upper Air by Charles King

It’s back-to-school time and there’s a noticeable shift in the air. Whether or not you’re hitting the books in the traditional studious sense, we’ve got the perfect non-fiction treat for your playlist brought to you by a narrator who can do everything from Star Wars, to truly divine supernatural YA, to suspense and everything in between. Considering January LaVoy narrates approximately fifty books a year, you can be sure that when she raves about a read that is “incredibly informative, but also inspiring,” we want to hear more. Read more

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