February 2019 Debuts
Explore the Complexities of Love for People and Places in These February Debuts

When we think of February, we think of hearts (instead of wintery, blustery weather!). Hearts can mean a lot of different things: love of a place, love of an activity, romantic love, familial love, friendship love, and, best of all, the love you have for yourself.

So, whatever type of love you’d like to immerse yourself in with your next audiobook, we have a fantastic selection for you from bright, new voices in literature. Read more

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Flavia de Luce
Celebrate the 10th Flavia de Luce mystery with a special message from the spunky sleuth herself (as read by narrator Jayne Entwistle!)

It’s no mystery why Alan Bradley’s Flavia de Luce books and audiobooks are beloved by readers and listeners all over the world. Bradley’s irresistibly spunky young sleuth, Flavia, has been described as “part Harriet the Spy, part Violet Baudelaire from Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events.” (The New York Times Book Review)

With the arrival of The Golden Tresses of the Dead, the 10th book in the bestselling series, Flavia de Luce decided it’s a good time to share 10 reasons why it would be a crime to miss out on her adventures. (Special thanks to author Alan Bradley for passing Flavia’s list along to us!) Read more

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Staff Picks Hidden Gems of 2018
This is the Author LIbrary Edition
This Is the Author | What Makes A Great Story? Part 3

In this special episode of This is the Author we asked, “What’s your recipe for a good story?” Hear Mitch Abblett, Nick McDonell, Bryan Stevenson, Maeve Higgins, Chip Conley, James Clear, Rachel Marie Martin, Scott Harrison, and Mya Spalter share their vital ingredients for a good story.

Authors and audiobooks featured in this compilation episode: Read more

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October Debut Audiobooks
October Debuts: Stories of Connection

Some of this month’s collection of debut audiobooks are true stories; some are fictional. Some are stories for kids. Some are for adults. But they all share one thing: They’re all stories of connection, to yourself, to others, or to the world around you. Read more

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Frankenstein Adaptations for Halloween
Adaptations of Frankenstein are Must-Listens

October really is the month when everyone goes nuts for spooky stories. One of those is a classic spine-tingling tale that has inspired countless adaptations: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Read more

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