Thanksgiving is over, the family is (finally) gone, and yet we still feel like we’re wandering around in a Tryptophan-induced haze. That makes it oddly appropriate that this week we’ve found ourselves reaching for fiction to match our state of mind–bizarre, haunting, strange stories about family, love, and the fundamental strangeness of human relationships. Read more
In which Ashley experiences her beloved Hunger Games as an audiobook for the first time. You can check out the previous installment here.
I love The Hunger Games more than I love most people, which some of my friends find disconcerting given that it’s a book about kids killing other kids for my amusement. Read more
UPDATE! We’re happy to announce that audiobooks landed on iOS over the weekend. Find the newest version of the app in the app store. (Commence cheering, fist pumping, and high-fiving.)
This week, we’re celebrating the addition of audiobooks to our library with a special edition of #FridayReads - #FridayListens, featuring the audiobooks that our team is most excited about. Read more
…When you can give more than half a million?
It’s that time per year again, and we’re just thrilled by the notion of giving 500,000 ebooks and 30,000 audiobooks to our friends, boyfriends, girlfriends, spouses, parents, godparents, children, cousins, second-cousins, co-workers, assistants, bosses, teachers, students, mixologists, bartenders, baristas, cupcake bakers, dog-walkers, cat-sitters, translators, mailmen, dry cleaners, Uber drivers, dentists, doctors, nurses, yoga teachers, accountants, doormen, landlords, real estate agents, farmers market vendors, movie theater ticket takers, and all the regulars at our neighborhood watering hole. Read more