â€śThe historian [Louis F.] Burns once wrote, â€™To believe that the Osages survived intact from their ordeal is a delusion of the mind. What has been possible to salvage has been saved and is dearer to our hearts because it survived. What is gone is treasured because it was what we once were. We gather our past and present into the depths of our being and face tomorrow. We are still Osage. We live and we reach old age for our forefathers.â€™â€ť Read more
Guest Post By Julie Guacci
Richard Nixonâ€™s farewell to his White House staff on August 9, 1974, hours before his resignation took effect, seems more poignant than ever: â€śAlways remember, others may hate youâ€”but those who hate you donâ€™t win unless you hate them, and then you destroy yourself.â€ť
Mustache Shenanigans is the new audiobook from the hilarious actor, director, and writer Jay Chandrasekhar. For the first time in his own voice, fans will hear the history of his comedy troupe Broken Lizard and the madcap story behind the production of the cult film Super Troopers. Along with Broken Lizard, Chandrasekhar has produced and directed several beloved movies, including Beerfest and Club Dread. They are currently hard at work on the follow-up to Super Troopers, aptly named Super Troopers 2.
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Lane Roanoke returns to her familyâ€™s secluded Kansas home when she gets the news that her cousin, Allegra, has gone missingâ€”the same cousin who, years ago, explained their family history as â€śRoanoke girls never last long around here. In the end, we either run or we die.â€ť Read more
How well do you know your family, really? You might think you know your twin sister, but can you be sure? Thatâ€™s the question at the center of Caite Dolan-Leachâ€™s debut thriller, Dead Letters. Critics are comparing it to Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train, but the sister angle is one we havenâ€™t seen in some time. This audio is sure to keep you guessing until the very last page about whatâ€™s real and what is not.
Itâ€™s the start of a new year. Itâ€™s your chance to revamp your outlook on life, focus on being healthier, happier, more selfless, more money conscious, etc. etc. But New Yearâ€™s resolutions often become lofty and fall by the wayside within a few weeks or months of January 1st. Donâ€™t let that happen this year! To help you stick to your resolutions, we have pulled together some titles that we think will help you become a better you. Whether you are looking for spiritual inspiration, career advice, new health and wellness regimes, or just some general meditative recommendations to start your day off right, listening to one of these audiobooks can help make those goals a reality. You donâ€™t have to stop to keep up with your New Yearâ€™s resolution. Listen while you are getting dressed in the morning, in the car, while walking the dog, or during one of your daily routines. Listen on the go with an audiobook. Read more
Lauren Graham fans rejoice! Sheâ€™s back with another bookâ€”but this time itâ€™s not fiction. Talking as Fast as I Can is a collection of personal essays on everything from her unconventional early childhood to her successful adulthood through to, you guess it, the recent Gilmore Girls reboot.
The Princess Diarist is nominated for a 2018 GRAMMY Award for Best Spoken Word Album! Fisher recorded The Princess Diarist shortly before her passing last year along with her daughter Billie Lourd, who narrated the diary entries featured in the book. Check out our blog post to learn more.
When most people think of Carrie Fisher, they immediately connect her to the iconic Princess Leia from the Star Wars films. But how did Carrie get there? What made her want to be in the limelight and how did she react to being in such a blockbuster film? Listen to The Princess Diarist to learn all these answers and more.