Glennon Doyle’s 6 Favorite Audiobooks

Glennon Doyle is many things: author, activist, speaker, and thought leader, as well as the founder and president of Together Rising, an all-women led nonprofit organization that has revolutionized grassroots philanthropy. She also happens to be this year’s Independent Bookstore Day Author Ambassador! In celebration of the big day (April 24th*, if your calendar isn’t already marked), we asked Glennon to share her favorite audiobooks with us.

“I have been to one million independent bookstores. I have met the booksellers who founded them and own them. I have fallen in love with them. Zero jerks own independent bookstores. They just don’t. They are—always—people who believe in and deeply invest in communities and art and ideas. And during this pandemic, in which we have lost one local indie per week, we need to prioritize investing in these local businesses who invest so much in us.”

Glennon Doyle

Read on to discover Glennon’s top 6 picks:


“This book is equal parts catharsis and wake-up call, both comforting and galvanizing. With her razor-sharp mind, soul on fire, and heart of gold, Luvvie is the writer and artist the world needs right now.”

“This is a gift from Brandi’s soul—one of the great memoirs of our time—a celebration and homecoming for misfits.”

“Ashley’s writing is so clear, sharp, and smooth—bringing into vivid focus her complicated childhood, brilliant mind, and golden heart. She is a writer for the ages, and Somebody’s Daughter will be a book of the year.”

“Tarana is one of my life heroes, and her memoir is a must-listen.”

“George Saunders is one of my favorite writers and human beings. With this book, he has created a whole new genre.”

How to Do Nothing is my new favorite book. It has me reevaluating my entire life.”


Thanks, Glennon!

Browse all these audiobooks and support a local bookstore with your purchase:

Jenna Homen works on all things related to social media and the Libro.fm community. When not reading and listening to books, she is probably painting or hiking.

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