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New & Hot Reads

28 new eBooks and audiobooks we’re looking forward to this week

New eBooks and audiobooks from Gena, Showalter, Steve Berry, Robert Ludlum's Treadstone universe, and non-fiction on Winston Churchill and Facebook.


67 audiobooks that are better than the eBook (or paperback) versions

These audiobooks show how much better some books are when you can listen to them, whether read by the author, a gifted narrator, or a cast of performers.

Kobo in Conversation

Podcast: reading the tea leaves with romance novelist Julie Evelyn Joyce

We spoke with romance novelist Julie Evelyn Joyce about her debut book Steeped in Love, winner of the 2019 Kobo Emerging Writer Prize in Romance.

The Bookish Life

6 African-Canadian writers to add to your reading list

Over the last decade, African-Canadian authors have been recognized globally for their talent. Here are six you should add to your reading list.

New & Hot Reads

27 new eBooks and audiobooks we're looking forward to this week

New eBooks and Audiobooks from James Patterson, Lisa Kleypas, and Brandon Taylor, and non-fiction about financial deceit and the wonders of the universe

Open Your Mind

You shouldn’t wear that

Poet and author Jasmin Kaur writes a personal essay about growing up Sikh and overcoming the opinions of others.

Kobo in Conversation

Podcast: Saeed Jones on how we're all fighting for our lives

Recorded in front of a live audience, poet and Buzzfeed culture editor Saeed Jones discusses his memoir How We Fight for Our Lives with maxine bailey.

My Reading Life

Blueprints for the soul: how reading made me who I am

Something I distinctly remember learning from one of the Chicken Soup books I borrowed from the library was a quote from Maya Angelou.

New & Hot Reads

26 new eBooks and audiobooks we're looking forward to this week

New eBooks and audiobooks releasing the week of February 11, 2020, including titles by Marie Kondo and the prequel to the new Picard Star Trek TV series.

Kobo in Conversation

Podcast: science writer Ziya Tong on the reality bubbles we live in

We spoke with science writer and broadcaster Ziya Tong on how culture and biology distort our understanding of reality and the problems facing our species.

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