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Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Ore Agbaje-Williams on writing a character who says it all out loud

Nathan spoke with editor and debut novelist Ore Agbaje-Williams about her witty, wine-infused novel, The Three of Us.

New eBooks and Audiobooks

39 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out May 30 – June 5, 2023

Patterson & DuBois' Cross & Sampson thriller, Martha Wells' Witch King, help with living your best non-binary life, and truth-telling from Michelle Good.

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Audiobooks for family road trips

Audiobooks for every family that’ll keep passengers of all ages entertained while passing time on the road together.

New eBooks and Audiobooks

51 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out May 23 – 29, 2023

The new novel by Brandon Taylor, a terrifying Nora Roberts thriller, a biography of the Shakur family, and a study of K-Beauty.

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A beginner's guide to Manga

Whether you're looking for fantasy, sci-fi, or love stories, these are our recommendations for the best manga series for beginners to jump into.

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Hear stories from the past in historical fiction audiobooks

With these historical fiction audiobooks, listen to stories set in the past, with characters who don't know what history has in store for them.

Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Carley Fortune on summer love and second chances

Michael spoke with romance novelist Carley Fortune, author of the 2022 breakout bestseller Every Summer After, and the new book Meet Me at the Lake.

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Audiobooks for entertaining kids of all ages

A wide-ranging batch of screen-free audio entertainment perfect for young listeners ranging from middle grade to teens.

Kobo Products and Features

Kobo’s Spring 2023 update on new features and fixes

The newest features and fixes in Kobo apps and eReaders include Apple Pencil, Dark Mode, Notebook syncing, and more!

New eBooks and Audiobooks

100 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out May 9 – 22, 2023

Tom Hanks writes fiction about his day job, a brand-new Bridgerton story, R F Kuang's satire, the end of Inspector Banks, and big ideas about bad news.

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