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
Jennifer Ryan knows how to write vivid and engaging stories that take place during World War II. Her debut novel, The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir, was set in a small British village during that time period; now, her latest work, The Spies of Shilling Lane, travels out of the countryside and into WWII-era London. Read more
Whether you’re sewing, knitting, beading, etching, hand lettering, or stamping, you need your eyes on your craft project and not on a screen. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t be entertained while you work. Keep your ears engaged by pressing play on an audiobook. Read more
In this episode meet Jane Green, author of The Friends We Keep; Leah Hager Cohen, author of Strangers and Cousins; and Belinda Luscombe, author of Marriageology. At the heart of each of these audiobooks is the idea that relationships shape us, from friends and families to lovers and spouses. Indeed, these women are excited about the relationship between themselves and you, the listener. Plus discover which author found accent inspiration from the Game of Thrones audiobook.
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An easy way to freshen up your living space is by adding in stylish objects. And, you don’t have to break the bank to do it! Painted Trays, from Janet Crowther’s A Well-Crafted Home (the full project can also be found below), is an easy craft project that anyone can do. Read more
Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale is one of those special must-read classics that leaves you hungry for more. Luckily, Atwood’s sequel, The Testaments, will be arriving later this year so fans can travel back to Gilead.
While you wait, though, there are plenty of enthralling audiobooks that you can listen to if you love The Handmaid’s Tale. Read more
By Minnie Darke, author of Star-Crossed
When you knit and listen to audiobooks at the same timeâ€”which I do whenever I possibly canâ€”a rather lovely and curious thing starts to happen. Through some magic of auditory processing, you find yourself knitting a story into your sweater, your scarf, or your socks. Read more