The Libro.fm app for Android has gone through some major changes this year. Most recently, we’ve added the ability to gift audiobooks using credits in the app.
The holidays are an especially important time for bookstores, so we’re asking you to join the movement and support your bookstore however you can.
Learn more about Libro.fm’s iOS Apple Watch app and hear from the developers who made it possible.
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The Book of V. explores how the lives of three women across three different centuries overlap as their stories of sex, power, and desire converge in the present day. We spoke with author Anna Solomon about her inspiration, the audiobook, and what independent bookstores have meant to her and her family.
It was incredible to see your support for Black-owned bookstores, and we believe that this is only the beginning. Libro.fm is committed to doing the work: amplifying BIPOC voices, diversifying our small team as we grow, evaluating our partnerships, and pushing for change within the book industry.
Stray is a memoir that explores what it’s like to face a family past of lies and addiction, while still moving forward to find peace. We spoke with author Stephanie Danler about the memoir she had to write, Alex McKenna’s narration, and the role independent bookstores have played in her life.
May is Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month, and we’re celebrating with a podcast round-up and audiobook recommendations!
Happy Monday! We’re excited to introduce Natasha Ford, bookseller at BookPeople in Austin, Texas.
Saturday was supposed to be Independent Bookstore Day, and for obvious reasons it had to be postponed. But that didn’t stop YOU from showing up for your bookstores in a big way yesterday!
It’s Meet a Bookseller Monday, and today we’re excited to introduce Kelly Barth, bookseller at Raven Book Store in Lawrence, Kansas.
It’s Meet a Bookseller Monday, and today we’re excited to introduce Becky Merilatt, bookseller at Secret Garden Bookshop in Seattle, Washington.