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Problems only audiobook nerds understand.
Get your ears ready! Rioters select our favorite audiobooks of 2016 published the second half of year.
Ever get lost because you were so absorbed in your audiobook? Yep. This is about that.
Listen to an excerpt of Rachel McAdams reading Anne of Green Gables in anticipation of the new PBS special and the upcoming Netflix miniseries!
Reading increases empathy, and hearing these stories out loud via audiobooks amplifies this effect. Here's how you can help build empathy with audiobooks.
In case you’re playing the which-version-to-get game, Rioters recommend the audiobooks for these books.
You're just going to sit in your car until you're done.
10 of the best adrenaline-pumping, heart-pounding, shortest-car-ride-ever audiobook thrillers!
Our listening time is limited. How do you decide what to put in your ears?
AudioFile Magazine spoke with Adenrele Ojo, narrator of THE MOTHERS by Brit Bennett, published by Penguin Audio.
One reader's notes on a her first year of listening to audiobooks.
YA novels that are best consumed via audiobook.
How one reader meticulously plans her audiobook listening around length of chapters and topic.
From magical realism to funny personal essays to epic love stories, all of these audiobooks by black authors are amazingly written and narrated.
Excellent classics at the free audiobook site LibriVox