On today’s episode, we chat with Neel Patel, author of Tell Me How to Be.
Check out ten bookseller recommendations that you may have missed this year, both for adults and kids.
On today’s episode the Libro.fm staff share their holiday picks to help you get the perfect gift for the reader in your life.
All the reasons why we need to support independent bookstores.
Check out Libro.fm’s top 10 bestselling audiobooks of 2022!
On today’s episode we talk to Ann Patchett, the New York Times bestselling and award-winning author of seven novels, as well as the owner of Parnassus Books in Nashville, Tennessee.
On today’s episode we talk to New York Times bestselling author Olivie Blake about her latest novel, The Atlas Paradox, the highly anticipated follow up to the TikTok sensation, The Atlas Six.
We were truly overwhelmed by the number of incredible bookish podcasts you all recommended to us in the comments of our bookish podcasts post and on social media. So much so that we knew we had to do a part two.
Want to send a special someone a Libro.fm gift membership? Find out how to schedule yours so they get it in time for the holidays!
We’ve got picks for athletes, environmentalists, history buffs, and more in this audiobook guide for every reader!
On today’s episode we have a conversation about banned books with Traci Thomas, host of The Stacks Podcast, Kiese Laymon, author of Heavy, Nicole Lintemuth, owner of Betties Pages bookstore, and Martha Hickson, a high school librarian in Annandale, NJ.
We spoke with author Juno Dawson about the inspiration for This Book Is Gay, and her thoughts on book bans.