On today’s episode, we sat down in person with Casey McQuiston, bestselling author of Red, White, and Royal Blue.
This Valentine’s Day, we asked Katherine Morgan, founder of Grand Gesture Books, to share her list of audiobook picks centering Black Love.
On today’s episode, we sat down in person with bestselling author and physician, Dr. Abraham Verghese.
Because of Amazon’s magnitude, many readers don’t realize that there are ways to fight against the giant—and that many authors already are.
What better way to kick off the new year than with a reading challenge? Level up your reading year—all while supporting your local bookshop with Libro.fm!
On today’s episode, we speak with Stacey Abrams, the writer, small business owner, politician, and voting rights activist.
We are highlighting seven audiobook narrators from around the world who bring authenticity and passion to the stories they read.
We are excited to share that Libro.fm is now international, meaning readers can support bookshops around the globe with their audiobook purchases!
As we strive to create an inclusive and engaging learning environment, it’s time we embrace the fact that reading goes beyond the written word.
It’s easy to feel intimidated by book awards—numerous shortlists, longlists, and winners are announced all year round, universally prestigious in their own right—so we collected some of the biggest ones to watch here so you can stay on top of it all.
Danny Caine, owner of Raven Book Store in Lawrence, Kansas, shares seven ways you can resist Amazon in your daily life.
Here are 8 ways audiobooks can boost your emotional and physical health—all you need to do is press play.
While a number of new celebrity memoirs created buzz, fiction reads also topped the list.
On today’s episode, we chatted with award-winning author Kacen Callender about their new book, Stars in Your Eyes, and the importance of finding community and connection in their work.
With the ongoing increase in AI-narrated audiobooks, we at Libro.fm are having critical discussions around their implications on accessibility, creativity, affordability, and more.
Ahead of the Books for Palestine auction taking place November 7-11, Hannah Moushabeck, one of the organizers, pulled together a recommended audiobook list for those hoping to learn more.
On today’s episode, we chatted with Kelsey Norris, author of the newly-released story collection House Gone Quiet.
Libro.fm audiobooks don’t just make great gifts for others—they make great gifts for ourselves, too! Treat yourself this holiday season to an audiobook (or two) based on your holiday vibe.