We spoke with author Erik Larson about the inspiration for No One Goes Alone, how this special audio-only ghost story came to be, and more!
We spoke with author Carole Johnstone about the inspirations for Mirrorland, her favorite audiobooks, and more!
To celebrate the International Day of Disabled Persons, we’re excited to introduce Annie Carl, owner of The Neverending Bookshop in Edmonds, Washington.
We spoke with author Helena Hunting about the inspiration for Kiss My Cupcake, her favorite audiobook narrators, and more.
We spoke with author Molly Wizenberg about her inspiration for The Fixed Stars, indie booksellers as oracles and educators, and more.
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.
We spoke with Erik Larson about what inspired him to write The Splendid and the Vile, the importance of independent bookstores, and more.
We spoke with Cameron Esposito about what inspired her to write Save Yourself, the importance of independent bookstores, and more.
Happy Monday! Today, we’re excited to introduce Genavieve Danes, bookseller at Books & Company in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin.
We’re excited to introduce bookseller Anna Garceau of Savoy Bookshop and Cafe in Westerly, Rhode Island.
In a world where so much is competing for a child’s attention, how do you raise a reader? This excerpt from How to Raise a Reader features advice on selecting audiobooks for middle-grade readers.
This September, we celebrate twenty years of everyone’s favorite wizard, Harry Potter.