Sarah Addison Allen’s Audiobook of Lost Lake | Xpress Reviews

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Sarah Addison Allen’s Lost Lake is a delightful tale of change, growth, yesteryear, and second chances

2014 Audie Award winners

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The Audio Publishers Association (APA) announced the winners of the 2014 Audie Awards at its 19th Annual Audies Gala on May 29th at the New York Academy of Medicine in New York City.   The 2014 Audie winners by category: AUDIOBOOK OF THE YEAR Still Foolin’ ‘Em By Billy Crystal Read by Billy Cystal Macmillan […]

Fiction by Cunningham, Dahl, & Price, Goodall on the Environment, & More | Audiobook Reviews

The Snow Queen

Cunningham’s novel is enriched by the audio performance, a gripping debut reveals the secrets of a private community, Goodall covers the use and abuse of plants, a new series opener leaves the listener desperate for the next installment

Audiobooks from Dietz, Howey, Mallery, & Smith | Xpress Reviews

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Postapocalyptic fiction from Dietz and Howey, a can’t-miss romance from Mallery, romance and steampunk in Schwarz’s debut, and emotionally wrenching historical fiction from Smith

Damien Lewis on The Dog Who Could Fly | Tantorious

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Tantorious is a monthly podcast series featuring interviews with well-known authors, hosted by Allan Hoving and presented by Tantor Audio. Damien Lewis is a reporter from war, disaster, and conflict zones for BBC, CNN, and many other news organizations. He is the author of more than twenty bestselling books, and coauthor of two acclaimed memoirs about […]

Q&A: Robyn Carr

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Robyn Carr talks about her latest work, Four Friends, with Rachael Herron, who also writes a small-town romance series (“Cypress Hollow”) and mainstream fiction (Pack Up the Moon)

Fiction by Adichie, Carr & Nonfiction About Big Pharma & World War I | Audiobook Reviews

Americanah

Partly an immigrant experience narrative, partly pointed social commentary, and partly a love story; readers will be invested in the fates of Carr’s protagonists; essential stories for military buffs and everyone; the business behind modern medicine

Summer Shorts audio collection

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Audiobook narrators group Spoken Freely is raising money for ProLiteracy by releasing one exclusive work per day for June Is Audiobook Month.

Audiobooks from Chamberlain, Doig, Faye, & Hart, plus a New MASH | Xpress Reviews

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A story from Chamberlain to shelve with The Help, a new Morrie Morgan title from Doig, historical settings from Faye, mystery and Chinese anthropology from Hart, relive a favorite TV show with Hooker’s MASH

Audio Everywhere

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While other areas of the publishing industry are shrinking, audiobooks are its fastest growing segment, enjoying $1.2 billion in annual sales, according to figures reported by the Audio Publishers Association (APA) in 2012. By comparison, annual audiobook sales in the late 1990s were just $480 million. It’s a niche that’s rapidly going mass-market.

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