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Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Eternity Martis never found the toga party she was looking for

Journalist Eternity Martis spoke with us about being one of the only Black students at university and how she came to write her book about her experiences.

The Bookish Life

7 books for building better relationships

Whether you need help to become a better communicator, or advice on sex & dating, these books will help you build, nurture, and repair relationships.

New & Hot Reads

29 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out November 24 - 30

New eBooks and audiobooks including the launch of a new Nora Roberts fantasy series, a book from the Stuff You Should Know podcast, and Ready Player TWO.

Products and Features

Kobo’s Black Friday sales on eBooks, audiobooks, and eReaders

Discover our best deals on Kobo eReaders, eBooks, and audiobooks to help you stock up your digital library and settle in for a winter full of reading.

The Bookish Life

Dr. Goss’ prescription for a lifetime of reading

Dr. Joe Goss is a committed reader with tastes ranging from Murakami to Mary Oliver -- but reading for recreation didn't come naturally to the good doctor.

Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Tobly McSmith on writing his truth into fiction

In Tobly McSmith's Stay Gold a transgender boy named Pony embraces the truth of his gender identity in his teens, much earlier than the author did himself.

The Bookish Life

9 heart-pounding romantic suspense books

Here's an eclectic mix of stories with their own blends of heart-thumping, blood-rushing action and romantic entanglement.

New & Hot Reads

29 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out November 17 - 23

New eBooks & audiobooks out the week of November 17: the 1st volume in Obama's epic memoirs, Sanderson's next Stormlight Archive, and Rupi Kaur's poetry.

Author Interviews

In conversation with unintentional birder Julia Zarankin

Julia Zarankin couldn't have known when she wrote her memoir that 2020 would create an audience of readers looking for new ways to spend time indoors.

Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Jared Diamond on how nations learn lessons from crises... or not

Historian Jared Diamond spoke with us about his new book, and explained the difference between nations that find growth in crisis, and those that don't.

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