In honor of audiobook month, the June issue of BookPage features an essay by novelist David Baldacci that talks about his relationship with his own favorite audiobook reader, Ron McLarty (who, just to make things complicated, is an author in his own right).
Well, we’re big fans of audiobooks here at BookPage, too—and we’ve paired with Hachette audio to pass some of the best listening of the season on to you. You could win one of four collections of audiobooks just by leaving a comment on this post! details below.
TO ENTER: Leave a comment with the answer to the following questions: What was the last audiobook you loved, and where did you listen to it? Please also include the two collections you’d most like to have.
CONTEST DETAILS: The prize is one of four collections of audiobooks. Transporting Fiction; Compelling Nonfiction; Laugh-out-loud Listening; or Thrilling Mysteries. Four winners will be chosen using random.org. Prizes must be shipped to a North American address. The contest closes June 18 at 6 p.m. CST
For full details on the collections, click below.
Satori by Don Winslow
Started Early, Took My Dog by Kate Atkinson
The Sixth Man by David Baldacci
Guilt by Association by Marcia Clark
The Fifth Witness by Michael Connelly
The Priest’s Graveyard by Ted Dekker
Now You See Her by James Patterson
Bossypants by Tina Fey
Lies that Chelsea Handler Told Me edited by Chelsea Handler
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Presents: Earth (the audiobook) by Jon Stewart (Grammy Winner!)
David Sedaris Box Set
20 Years Younger by Bob Greene
Working it Out by Abby Rike
I’m Here to Win by Chris McCormack
Change Anything by Joseph Grenny
Two Kisses for Maddy by Matt Logelin
Tabloid City by Pete Hamill
The Girl in the Garden by Kamala Nair
One Summer by David Baldacci
Silver Girl by Elin Hilderbrand
The Midnight Palace by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
Story of Beautiful Girl by Rachel Simon
ETA: Congrats to our winners! Peggy, Tammy, Edna and Ingvild seem to be big audiobook fans, with interests ranging from Stephen King to The Help, from Diana Gabaldon to The Tale of Halcyon Crane.
Contest is now closed.