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To help us fight racism in ourselves as well as everywhere else we encounter it, we’re highlighting audiobooks about racism, antiracism, white fragility and more. Let’s all commit to fighting racism where we find it, including in ourselves.
Our September Book of the Month is Louise Penny’s highly-anticipated murder mystery, A Great Reckoning. For this, the twelfth novel in her acclaimed Chief Inspector Gamache series, Penny returns to the Québécois village of Three Pines, where the discovery of a peculiar old map the walls of a quaint bistro leads Gamache on a thrilling […]
When deciding to pick a book of short stories for our February Book of the Month, we turned to a modern classic: Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri. Lahiri writes tenderly and fiercely of family, marriage, society, and the immigrant experience.
If you haven’t yet read All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr, it’s probably on your to-be-read list. And if it’s not, I’m thrilled to be the one to tell you about it.
When the last independent bookstore in Nashville closed, Ann Patchett and a friend opened Parnassus Books. As she says, she didn’t want to live in a city without a bookstore. Who can blame her?
Take a dark and thrilling trip down The Amazon river in Ann Patchett’s State of Wonder, our October Book of the Month!
Classics can be an intimidating genre. But Audiobooks bring classics to life in new and interesting ways. To make it even easier for you to get started, we’ve discounted these books for the month of August!
Already through your summer reading list? These engrossing books will keep you occupied until Labor Day. Kick your feet up and have a listen to some of our favorite audiobooks perfect for those lazy beach afternoons.
Jess Walter and I sat down and talked about his podcast with his friend and fellow author Sherman Alexie, Beautiful Ruins, and how he’d feel if someone made him into a character in their novel.
Jeffrey Archer’s Only Time Will Tell is the sort of tale you won’t want to put a pause on, so pick a beach and grab some sunscreen. The Clifton Chronicles will keep you happy and occupied for some time!