Now with your Audible membership not only do you get a book every month but also access to originals and exclusive productions produced by Audible. Audible today sent Cord Cutters News what will be new in on Audible in March 2019:
- Mala by Melinda Lopez, performed by the author – the Audible performance of Lopez’s powerful one-woman show, called “a richly layered work. Piercingly honest, exquisitely moving,” by The Boston Globe. Mala irreverently explores how we live, cope, and survive in the moment, dancing between doctors and urgent 911 calls, a mother’s growing frailty, and a daughter’s quest for grace – all set during an epic Boston winter.
- Folsom Untold: The Strange True Story of Johnny Cash’s Greatest Album by Danny Robbins, performed by the author – the award-winning journalist takes listeners on a colorful and fascinating road trip back to 1968 to explore the tragic and unlikely friendship that formed between country star Johnny Cash and Glen Sherley, an aspiring songwriter doing time for armed robbery.
- Sovereign by Jeff Hirsch, performed by Jesse Einstein – the dark YA dystopian mastermind goes interstellar with this first rate middle grade Audible Original.
- Dodge and Twist by Tony Lee, performed by a full cast – a dramatized story that imagines what would have happened if Dickens had returned to his classic novel and brought the characters back at an older age.
- Killer By Nature by Jan Smith, performed by a full cast – this fully dramatized psychological thriller features an immersive soundscape and poses the eternal question: are we born evil, or do we have evil thrust upon us?
- Dead Moon by Peter Clines, performed by Ray Porter – the beloved science fiction author returns to his bestselling universe of 14 and The Fold with a thrilling tale of the creature above – and the deadly threat below.
- Up Against the Wall by David Hasselhoff, performed by the author – a thriller that imagines the secret history of David Hasselhoff and the fall of the Berlin Wall – as told by the Hoff himself. CIA Agent Nick Harper is mistaken for American superstar David Hasselhoff in 1989 Berlin, while the real David Hasselhoff unwittingly finds himself caught up in a dangerous game of cat and mouse.
- Kathleen Turner on Acting by Kathleen Turner, performed by the author – an epic and intense one-on-one master class in acting from the best teacher imaginable, the beloved actress dazzles listeners with her shrewd insights on the craft of acting and charming anecdotes from her own career. Touching on each of her roles, she expounds on the lessons she’s learned and describes her journey of discovery in the world of acting.
- Magical Negro – written and performed by Morgan Parker, this is a profound and deceptively funny exploration of black American womanhood
- Bloodleaf by Crystal Smith – the new release named the “hottest YA Fantasy of 2019” by Entertainment Weekly
- Thick by Therese McMillan Cottom, performed by the author – eight piercing explorations of beauty, media, money, and more
- Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls by T Kira Madden, performed by the author – the acclaimed literary essayist’s raw and redemptive debut memoir about coming of age and reckoning with desire as a queer, biracial teenager amidst the fierce contradictions of Boca Raton, Florida.
- Slay Like a Mother: How to Destroy What’s Holding You Back So You Can Live the Life You Want, written and performed by Katherine Wintsch – this emotionally charged how-to-guide will encourage you to life more confidently, enjoy the present, and become your best self – as a woman, a mother, and beyond
Free for Audible Members in February:
- Sakina’s Restaurant – written and performed by actor, writer, and former Daily Show correspondent Aasif Mandvi, this one-man audio play explores the emotive tale of an immigrant coming to New York in pursuit of the American Dream
- Junk – written by Les Bohem and performed by the iconic John Waters, this souped-up science fiction epic conspiracy involves a total takeover of planet earth by Aliens
- Remembering Roth – renowned biographer James Atlas shares his reflections on his personal relationship with the late, acclaimed author Philip Roth
- A Mind of Her Own – written by Paula McLain, the bestselling author of Love and Ruin, this is a breathtakingly intimate story of the brilliant and willful Marie Curie – a young woman in Paris on the verge of her greatest discovery yet: herself.
- The Demon Next Door – written by bestselling author Bryan Burrough, this chilling true-crime tale raises serious questions about whether serial killers can be identified before they kill or rehabilitated after they do.
- Wishes and Wellingtons – award-winning author Julie Berry creates a middle-grade fantasy adventure full of humor and heart.
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