New York Times bestselling author Jacqueline Woodson’s new novel Red at the Bone is an intergenerational exploration of familial bonds, as told from multiple perspectives and beautifully brought to life in the full-cast audiobook production that includes the author herself. Read more
There are stories you hear, listen, or read that are classics. Whether you experience them in a classroom, from your parents, or find them on your own, these tales of adventure, romance, deception, and intrigue can stay with you forever. Naturally, it’s a whole lot of fun to see that story in a new light by diving into a retelling. Read more
The deep relationship between sisters makes incredibly moving, thoughtful, and exciting stories in the hands of talented writers and narrators. From uncovering long-buried secrets and confronting childhood slights to reveling in the support and love sisters share, you’ll want to press play on each of these audiobooks. Read more
Friends, readers, listeners: lend me your beers. Read more
Author Claire Lombardo’s new novel, The Most Fun We Ever Had, has been named one of the most anticipated books of the summer by People, O Magazine, LitHub, and more—and with Emily Rankin narrating the audiobook, listeners can count on a heaping helping of additional awesome. Read more
In this episode meet Ruth Reichl, author of Save Me the Plums; Emily Nussbaum, author of I Like to Watch; and Emilie Pine, author of Notes to Self. Each of these nonfiction writers shares work inspired by her life, whether itâ€™s a memoir about her career or essays about personal-yet-universal experiences. And find out which writer would cast Julia Whelan as her dream narrator.
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