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.
On today’s episode, we speak with author Ling Ling Huang.
Celebrated and honored every May in the U.S., AAPI Heritage Month serves as a time to further recognize and amplify Asian and Pacific Islander authors and narrators.
On today’s episode, we sit down with author TJ Klune.
Independent Bookstore Day takes place on April 29th this year, and we’re ready to celebrate! In honor of IBD, we asked Celeste Ng, the 2023 Independent Bookstore Day Author Ambassador, for her reading recommendations.
April is Arab American Heritage Month in the States! Here are five Arab American narrators to listen to all year long.
In this episode, we meet True Biz author Sara Nović.
As an author, you’ve likely received advice on how to promote your book, including the importance of sharing purchase links on your marketing channels. What you might not know is that some bookselling avenues are more beneficial than others.
In this episode, we sat down with author Grady Hendrix.
Ready for an audiobook love affair? We’re here to set you up with your next listen.
On today’s episode, we talk with Jeannine Cook, the owner of Harriett’s Bookshop, and her mother and former librarian, Celia Cook.
In honor of Black History Month, we asked Nikki High, owner of Octavia’s Bookshelf, a Black woman-owned bookstore that features books by BIPOC writers, to share audiobook recommendations. Check out our blog post for her Black History Month book recommendations.