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
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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Rolling into the season of rooftop hopping, park picnicking, and backyard barbecuing has us wondering about the big questions:
what’s the perfect amount of time to leave a burger on the grill? Which summer shandy goes best with a cheese board? And perhaps most importantly, which fictional characters should be invited to our summer dinner parties? Read more
Bestselling author Jennifer McMahon knows how to write a chilling story. According to People magazine, â€śMcMahonâ€™s gift is the deliciously twisty way she subverts all of your expectations, keeping you guessing with wry wit and feverish chills.â€ť With her newest novel, The Invited, she does just that. Read more
In this special episode of This Is the Author meet Martha Hall Kelly, bestselling author of Lilac Girls. She tells us about her newest audiobook, Lost Roses which is narrated by four talented narrators: Catherine Taber, Tavia Gilbert, Kathleen Gati, and Karissa Vacker.
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