AudioFile’s Best Audiobooks 2016 ~ Fiction Part 3

It is my pleasure to present to you 2016’s Best Audiobooks in Fiction as selected by the editors at AudioFile Magazine. This year they selected their top titles in the following categories: Fiction, Nonfiction & Culture, Memoir, Biography & History, Mystery & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children & Family Listening, Young Adult, and Romance. […]

Keep Moving by Dick Van Dyke ~ Audiobook Review

Keep Moving by Dick Van Dyke Weinstein Books ~ October 13, 2015 ~ 264 pages Blackstone Audio ~ narrated by Dick Van Dyke ~ 5 hours 20 minutes I picked up this audiobook at my local public library as it was nominated for an Audie Award in the Autobiography/Memoir category, which I’m judging for Armchair Audies. I’ve liked Dick Van Dyke as […]

Welcome to June Is Audiobook Month (and Giveaway)!

Wow! Last week was an incredible experience for me. I haven’t had an opportunity to fully digest all that happened. Trust me. More about my Audiobook Blogger of the Year adventure will follow soon. Still, I must share one thing to kick off June Is Audiobook Month.  Since the dawn of the Armchair Audies, the […]

Monday Mini ~ Euphoria by Lily King (Audiobook Review)

Getting back into the swing of things each week is hard. So is finding the quiet time to write a review over the weekend. In order to ease out of the weekend, I’ve decided to begin my blogging week with a mini review. In the 12th grade I was assigned The Heart of Darkness by […]

It Happened in Boston? by Russell H. Greenan ~ Audiobook Review

It Happened in Boston? by Russell H. Greenan Published by: Random House Published: 1968 Page Count: 304 Genre: Literary Fiction My Reading Format: Audiobook provided to me by the publisher for consideration. Audiobook Published by: Blackstone Audio Narrator: Robert Fass Audiobook Length: 10 hours 59 minutes Available Formats: Hardcover, Paperback, eBook, and Audiobook Summary from […]

Interview with Narrator Robert Fass with Giveaway

It’s no secret that I love audiobook narrators. I love what they do to me when they channel just the right book. I also love their passion for what they do. Robert Fass, a narrator I had the good fortune to meet in person a couple of years ago in New York, is no exception. […]

TudorFest2013 Update and Book Reviews

It’s been a month and a half since Michelle and I began our #TudorFest2013 celebration and I thought it’s about time for an update. The Lady of the Rivers by Philippa Gregory Touchstone ~ October 18, 2011 ~ 464 pages Simon & Schuster Audio ~ Bianca Amato ~ 19 hours and 12 minutes As a little pre-TudorFest listen, I […]

Defending Jacob by William Landay

Defending Jacob by William Landay Random House ~ January 31, 2012 ~ 432 pages Blackstone Audio ~ Grover Gardner ~ 12 hours 25 minutes Andy Barber is the top Assistant District Attorney in his jurisdiction on the day that his son Jacob’s classmate is murdered in the local park. From the very beginning, when we meet Andy as a […]

#Edith2013 Update

At the beginning of the year I embarked on a year of reading Edith Wharton with Tanya from dog eared copy. I’ve been remiss in posting about my progress ever since I reviewed The House of Mirth. Since then I’ve read both The Age of Innocence and Edith Frome in audio. Here are my thoughts: The Age of […]

#519 ~ Heft

Heft by Liz Moore Published by: Norton, W. W. & Company Published on: September 4, 2012 Page Count: 368 Genre: Fiction My Reading Format: Audiobook purchased from Downpour.com using my monthly credit. Audiobook Published by: Blackstone Audio Narrators: Kirby Heyborne and Keith Szarabajka Audiobook Length: 11 hours 44 minutes Available Formats: Hardcover, Paperback, eBook, and […]