We spoke with author Rufi Thorpe about the inspiration for The Knockout Queen, the heroism of independent booksellers, how audiobooks have become integrated into her daily life, and more.
Behind every amazing audiobook on Libro.fm is a narrator that brings the author’s words to life. These narrators are responsible for transporting us to another world even as we work, run errands, work out, or commute. This week we recognize the narrators of the Top Ten Bestselling Audiobooks of 2017.
In Norse Mythology, the #5 bestselling audiobook of 2017, Neil Gaiman brings to life the gods of ancient Nordic legend.
Though it is the shortest month of the year, February was full of exciting bookish news, reviews, and celebrations. Award nominations, Black History Month, book blogger extravaganzas and more dominated our news feed this month. Here are some of the best articles, blog posts, and announcements that were on our radar.
If you already follow Amanda Palmer, author of The Art of Asking, on Twitter, then you probably know that lately she’s been busy grieving, battling Lyme Disease, recording with her father, and preparing to have her first baby with her husband Neil Gaiman. So we were incredibly pleased that she took time out from her nonstop, go-go-go life, to answer a few questions for us via email.
This month’s Indie picks include a magical tale read by a full cast of actors, an ode to economics guaranteed to make you more interesting at dinner parties, and an inspiring memoir. There’s a little something for everyone in these fantastic recommendations from McLean & Eakin, an independent bookstore on the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan.