Kendra Winchester

Kendra Winchester holds an MA in English Literature and is the Co-founder and Executive Producer of Reading Women, a podcast that features books by or about women. Raised in Appalachian Ohio, she currently reads and writes from coffee shops in South Carolina.

5 of the Best Romance Novels on Audio

Enjoy some good feels, budding love, sweet and spicy romance, and your dose of happily ever after with these escapist romance audiobooks.

6 of the Best Audiobook Mysteries That Will Take You Around the World

Armchair detectives, get ready for a voyage around the world. You don't need to pack a bag--just pick up these audiobook mysteries and get sleuthing.

Visiting Home With Appalachian Audiobooks

A reader on some of the immersive Appalachian audiobooks she revisits to take her back home when she can't make it in person.

5 Audiobooks By or About Women Who Speak Up and Fight Back

These audiobooks highlight works by and about women who speak up and fight for their rights and the rights of others.

5 Audiobooks Narrated by a Full Cast

You don't have to turn to the radio dramas of yore for an immersive audio production--simply tune in to one of these full cast audiobooks.

6 of the Best Audiobooks by Queer Black Authors

Celebrate and uplift some necessary voices by checking out these audiobooks by queer Black authors and supporting their work.

6 of the Best Audiobooks by Women for Caribbean Heritage Month

If you’re looking for great reads to help you celebrate Caribbean Heritage Month, here are some excellent audiobooks by Caribbean women.

6 of the Best Fun and Happy Audiobooks

Find a pick-me-up in these fun and uplifting audiobooks, including fantasy, romance, personal essays, and more delightful reads.

5 Nonfiction Audiobooks By Asian American Women Authors

Celebrate API Heritage Month with these fantastic nonfiction audiobooks by Asian American women authors who narrate their own work.

6 Audiobooks for Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and we've rounded up six books by women that explore ideas and themes around mental illness.