Q&A with Melanie Cantor, Author of Death and Other Happy Endings

Do it now! There are only so many tomorrows!

This is the spoiler-free moral of Melanie Cantor’s new audiobook, Death and Other Happy Endings. Read on to learn what Melanie had to share with us about adoring her characters, the beauty of reality, and just how dreamy listening on a (well-deserved) vacation can be. Read more

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Q&A with Elizabeth Lim, Author of Spin the Dawn

“Exploration” can mean so many different things: traipsing to new lands, wandering in one’s own backyard, or digging into family history. For Elizabeth Lim, writing her latest book Spin the Dawn allowed her to explore herself and her childhood as well as her imagination: Spin the Dawn is an audiobook filled with magic, fierce characters, and awe-inspiring settings. We caught up with Elizabeth to discuss other kinds of exploration she’s been thinking about lately. Read more

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Emily Rankin
Q&A with Emily Rankin, Narrator of The Most Fun We Ever Had

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

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Jennifer Ryan
Q&A with Jennifer Ryan, author of The Spies of Shilling Lane

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

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