Just the Right Book with Roxanne Coady

Just the Right Book is a podcast hosted by Roxanne Coady, owner of famous independent bookstore R.J. Julia Booksellers in Madison, CT, that will help you discover new and note-worthy books in all genres, give you unique insights into your favorite authors, and bring you up to date with what’s happening in the literary world.
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Apr 10, 2019

"The Silent Patient may be a first novel, but it has the pace and finesse of a master" says the BBC.

First-time author Alex Michaelides' novel which landed #1 on The New York Times best-seller list in its first week is the debut book for Celadon, a new imprint of Macmillan

Says Roxanne "I knew it was going to be a wild and riveting ride from the opening sentence, 'Alicia Berenson was thirty-three years old when she killed her husband.'"

We then learn that Alicia, a well-known painter kills her famous photographer husband Gabriel. Alicia then goes and remains silent through her arrest, trial and ultimate institutionalization at The Grove, a facility for the criminally insane. Enter a psychotherapist named Theo Faber who is obsessed with her case and manages to get a job at The Grove with the hope of uncovering her motive.

Michaelides joined Roxanne to talk about the thriller that has already been optioned for film by Annapurna and Plan B. The labels have already produced "If Beale Street Could Talk", an Oscar nominated film adaptation of the James Baldwin novel. 

If you missed Roxanne's conversation with Celdaon founders Jamie Rabb and Deb Futter you can listen to it here!

Just the Right Book Podcast will no longer be produced by Collisions Media but will continue! Please follow RJ Julia on Facebook and Twitter for the scoop as we transition. Please email us at and let us know what you would like to hear more of when we return. Thank you so much to all of our fans. We look forward to returning very soon. 

Mar 26, 2019

You may have read (or at least heard of) “Before the Fall” by Noah Hawley, “Seriously, I'm Kidding” by Ellen Degenerous, or “Pachinko” by Min Jin Lee. Or perhaps you have picked up a book by Stephen Colbert, Jon Stewart, or Al Franken.

If so, you can thank Jamie Rabb, former President & Publisher of Grand Central Publishing, an imprint of Hachette Book Group and Deb Futter, the former publisher of Twelve and Vice President & Editor-in-Chief of Grand Publishing.

The publishing powerhouses have now joined forces to launch Celadon Books, a new Macmillan imprint that publishes a highly curated list of 20-25 fiction and nonfiction titles a year, reflecting the eclectic taste of its founders. Roxanne recently sat down with Jamie and Deb in NYC to talk about just what it takes to launch an imprint, what we have to look forward to from Celadon and more.

Also in this episode we hear from recurring guest and friend of the show Dan Sheehan, the editor of the Bookmarks section of Literary Hub! We caught up with the Restless Souls author in NYC where he gave us some terrific book recommendations and got into a pretty interesting conversation about book reviews. 

Check out Celadon's Books Here!

Books in this episode:

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

The Volunteer by Salvatore Scibona

The Bird King by Willow Wilson

A Friend is a Gift You Give Yourself by William Boyle

Mama's Last Hug: Animal Emotions and What They Tell Us about Ourselves by Frans de Waal 

When Brooklyn Was Queer by Hugh Ryan

Sea People: The Puzzle of Polynesia by Christina Thompson

Gingerbread: A Novel by Helen Oyeyemi

Stay Up With Hugo Best: A Novel by Erin Somers

America Was Hard to Find by Kathleeen Alcott

Women Talking by Miriam Toews

Her Body and Other Parties by Carmen Maria Machado 

Bastard Out of Carolina by Dorothy Allison 

Mar 14, 2019

Rooted in common sense, Robert Reich explains what he believes is the common good and how it constitutes the very essence of our nation. 

The former Secretary of Commerce, political commentator, and college professor joined Roxanne to talk about his latest book The Common Good. Roxanne and Professor Reich had a far-ranging conversation that included the intersection between capitalism and progressivism, the possibility that if we didn't have Trump we would have someone just like him, and what the 2020 election might look like.

Mar 8, 2019

TGIF! All of us at Just the Right Book thought it would be fun to revisit some of our favorite fiction writers from the past two seasons. Hear what inspired their stories and characters in this special episode.

If you haven't yet picked up any of these novels, this weekend might be the perfect time! Just head over to your favorite local independent bookstore, curl up with a glass or wine or a cup of tea, and enjoy the pleasure of a great read. 

Books in this episode:

The Arrangement by Sarah Dunn

Listen to our entire conversation with Sarah here!


Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman

Listen to our entire conversation with Gail here!


The Rules of Magic by Alice Hoffman

Listen to our entire conversation with Alice here!


The Silent Corner by Dean Koontz

Listen to our entire conversation with Dean here!


Bonus New Release: The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides 

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Mar 1, 2019

Roxanne hit the Big Apple last week to sit down with Gwen Glazer and Frank Collerius, the hosts of the New York Public Library's popular podcast The Librarian Is In, a show all about books, culture, and what to read next. 

The bibliophile BFFs talked about how they got their start (one was a political journalist), what books they are loving right now, and even debate e-books vs book books showing us why librarians truly have the most novel ideas. 

"Check out" The Librarian Is In here!

Click here to Listen to Roxanne on The Librarian Is In 

Books in this episode:

Black Out by Connie Willis

I'm Thinking of Ending Things by Iain Reid

Foe by Iain Reid

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

Why Read the Classics by Italo Calvino

The Secret History by Donna Tartt

The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli

Blubber by Judy Blume


Feb 22, 2019

Business behemoths Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple might help us keep costs down but do they take away our freedom, and what can we do about it? 

Roxanne recently sat down with technology law expert and professor Tim Wu at his Columbia University office in New York City to discuss his latest book The Curse of Bigness: Antitrust in the New Gilded Age which examines the history of antitrust actions in the 20th century, making the argument that breaking up today's largest high-tech titans would be good for business as well as our democracy. 

Roxanne says, "in the short, persuasive, provocative, and historically grounded book, Tim shows us how allowing unrestricted growth of concentrated private power can feed an appetite for nationalist and even extremist leadership."


Feb 18, 2019

In this special bonus episode, we take you inside the Q&A session of RJ Julia's recent live event with former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright at the Yale School of Management.

Listen to Roxanne's exclusive interview with Madeleine Albright here!

Feb 14, 2019

A Fascist, observes Madeleine Albright, “is a bully with an army... someone who claims to speak for a whole nation or group, is utterly unconcerned with the rights of others, and is willing to use violence and whatever other means are necessary to achieve the goals he or she might have.” 

RJ Julia recently hosted the former Secretary of State to a sold-out crowd at the Yale School of Management. Albright sat down for an exclusive interview with Roxanne to discuss her latest book Fascism: A Warning where she draws on her experiences as a child in war-torn Europe and her distinguished career as a United States diplomat to guide us through the lessons we must understand and the questions we must answer if we are to save ourselves from repeating the tragic errors of the past. 

Feb 7, 2019

Everyone has a story...not everyone can tell it. Roxanne says first-time author Erin Hosier “assuredly can tell her story and does so with the kind of wit, energy, warmth, and honesty that rivets you to the page.”

The New York City native and literary agent kicked off publicity for her memoir Don’t Let Me Down at the Just the Right Book studios for her podcast debut conversation!  

The Beatles provided the soundtrack for the long and winding road from rural Ohio to New York City and we meet Erin’s parents who unpredictably trade their sixties rock ‘n’ roll life for Christian hymns. We meet her dad who was prone to violent outbursts. We also get to know Erin as she navigates her way through the debris and love of a fractured family, in the end reminding us that all you need is love.

Other books in this episode:

Autobiography of a Face by Lucy Grealy 

The Forest for the Trees by Betsy Lerner


Feb 1, 2019

We welcome back Dan Sheehan from Literary Hub to give us the scoop on a couple of this month's titillating titles! 

Books in this episode:

Black Leopard, Red Wolf by Marlon James 

Lost Children Archive by Valeria Luiselli

Check out Lit Hub's Most Anticipated Books of 2019!


Jan 31, 2019

Is your smart speaker listening to your conversations? Is Google reading your emails? Jaron Lanier, the author of the international bestsellers “You Are Not a Gadget” and “Who Owns the Future?” touches on these topics and more when he recently joined Roxanne to discuss his latest book, Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now.

The Virtual Reality pioneer and founder of VPL Research (the first company to sell VR goggles and gloves) finds that social media fosters addiction, and generally makes us feel worse and fearful about each other and the world.

So, should we say goodbye to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter? While Lanier believes it should be a personal decision, he does warn, “because these things are so sneaky, a lot of people confuse their addiction with an actual benefit.”

Books in this episode:

Rumi Poetry: Rumi Poems on Love and Happiness by Rumi

I and Thou by Martin Buber 

Knowledge of Man by Martin Buber 

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Jan 23, 2019

Through her previous nine bestselling books, Dani Shapiro has explored the profound question of how we come to be who we are, how the threads of family secrets, tragedy, spirituality, and joy layer and intertwine to create a unique being.

During a recent sold-out event at RJ Julia, Dani sat down with Roxanne to discuss her fifth memoir, Inheritance: A Memoir of Genealogy, Paternity, and Love, how a commercial DNA kit revealed her hidden lineage, and her emotional connection to her family and faith. Roxanne says “it reflects the Zeitgeist of our times, issues of identity, family secrets, and how we tell our stories.”

Dani has written for the New Yorker, Salon, Elle, the New York Times, and has appeared on Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday. This latest book has received wide acclaim from NPR, The New York Times, The Today Show and dozens of reviews. 

Preview Dani's NEW Podcast "Family Secrets" here!

Jan 22, 2019

We recently welcomed Irish fiction writer, journalist, and editor of LitHub's Bookmarks section, Dan Sheehan back to the show to dish on his recent column, books he is currently loving, and his favorite book of 2018!!

Books in this episode:

An Orchestra of Minorities by Chigozie Obioma

The Water Cure by Sophie Mackintosh

Follow Me to Ground by Sue Rainsford

Friday Black by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah

This episode was recorded on January 15th.


Jan 17, 2019

Over the last 20 years, the Case Foundation has contributed more than $100 million in funding to businesses and nonprofits that use entrepreneurship and innovation to drive social change.

As a co-founder of the foundation with her husband, Steve, Jean Case has discovered and embraced the role of being fearless as a key ingredient for everyone and anyone to realize their potential and purpose.

Jean was an early executive at America Online where she directed the marketing and branding as AOL brought the Internet to the world.

The entrepreneurial powerhouse joined us to discuss her inspiring first book, Be Fearless: 5 Principles for a Life of Breakthroughs and Purpose where she outlines her guide to living fearlessly and why embracing your failures can lead to success. 

Other books in this episode:

The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom

Jan 11, 2019

3.4 million copies sold last year made Becoming by Michelle Obama the best-selling book of 2018! We are thrilled to share an excerpt of the memoir read by the former first lady herself.

Audio File Magazine says “In a rich, warm timbre, Michelle Obama treats us to reminiscences and reflections on her life as though we were friends seated in her living room. No matter where you are on the political spectrum, the insights of "the other Obama" are interesting due to the sheer fact of her uniqueness.”

A special thanks to our friends at audio file magazine for providing the clip. Please check them out at!


Jan 11, 2019

Last week we heard Pamela Paul, the editor of The New York Times Book Review discuss the 10 Best Books of 2018! But before you dive into your 2019 TBR pile, you might just want to take a look back at some of the best titles of this past year as chosen by the editors of the Times Book Review.

For this compilation episode, we revisit three bestselling non-fiction authors from The New York Times list who joined Roxanne on the podcast in 2018!

Books in this episode:

Educated by Tara Westover

Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom by David W. Blight

Small Fry by Lisa Brennan-Jobs

Jan 4, 2019

From poems, toasts, and inspirational quotes that feed your heart and mind to brief body-bending exercises, these books will help you kick 2019 off right! Plus, they make perfect hostess gifts!

Books in this episode:

5-Minute Yoga: A More Energetic, Focused, and Balanced You in Just 5 Minutes a Day by Adams Media

Written in the Stars: Constellations, Facts, and Folklore by Alison Davies

A Little Book of Japanese Contentments: Ikigai, Forest Bathing, Wabi-sabi and More by Erin Niimi Longhurst 

Family Celebrations: Poems, Toasts and Traditions for Every Occasion by June Cotner & Nancy Tupper Ling

Brave Enough by Cheryl Strayed


Jan 3, 2019

2018 produced some spectacular literary page turners and if you are looking to catch up before you dive into your 2019 New Year's reading resolutions, we've got you covered!

Pamela Paul, who is the editor of The New York Times Book Review and oversees book coverage at The New York Times recently joined Roxanne to discuss the top ten reads of 2018!

Check out The New York Times 10 Best Books of 2018!

To purchase any of the books in this episode, please visit RJ Julia Booksellers

The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson

Asymmetry by Lisa Halliday

The Great Believers by Rebecca Makkai

The Perfect Nanny by Leïla Slimani

There There by Tommy Orange

Washington Black by Esi Edugyanv

American Prison: A Reporter's Undercover Journey into the Business of Punishment by Shane Bauer

Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover

Small Fry by Lisa Brennan Jobs

Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom by David Blight

How to Change Your Mind: What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us About Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence by Michael Pollan

Check out Anne Bogel's 15 inspiring and practical books to help you achieve your New Year's resolutions!

Check out Anne Bogel's 2019 Reading Challenge here!

Dec 26, 2018

Say goodbye to 2018 in style with a marvelous meal curated exclusively for Just the Right Book listeners by culinary guru Dorie Greenspan!

The James Beard Award winner recently stopped by RJ Julia to talk about her thirteenth book Everyday Dorie: The Way I Cookentertaining for the holidays and why she put her doctorate on hold to bake cookies!

This episode of Just the Right Book is sponsored by Audiobooks. To receive 3 audiobook credits for $14.99 during your first month of membership just go to ( l – i – b – r – o – dot – f – m ) and enter code “RB “


Ingredients for Cake

2 cups (272 grams) all-purpose our 2 teaspoons ground coriander

2 teaspoons baking powder

1 teaspoon baking soda

1 teaspoon fine sea salt

1 cup (200 grams) plus 2 teaspoons sugar

1 tablespoon minced peeled fresh ginger

Finely grated zest of 1 small orange or 1 tangerine

1 cup (240 ml) neutral oil, such as canola

½ cup (100 grams) packed light brown sugar

4 large eggs, at room temperature

1½ teaspoons pure vanilla extract

1 pound (454 grams) parsnips, trimmed, peeled and grated (3 cups)

1 cup (120 grams) chopped pecans or other nuts, toasted or not

½ cup (50 grams) chopped fresh cranberries

Ingredients for Cranberry Filling

One 12-ounce (340-gram) bag cranberries (if frozen, don’t defrost)

¾ cup (150 grams) sugar

½ cup (120 ml) freshly squeezed orange juice (or water)

1 teaspoon minced peeled fresh ginger

Ingredients for Frosting

¾ pound (340 grams) cream cheese, cut into chunks, at room temperature

1½ sticks (12 tablespoons; 6 ounces; 170 grams) unsalted butter, cut into chunks, at room temperature

6¼ cups (750 grams) confectioners’ sugar

½ teaspoon fine sea salt

4 teaspoons pure vanilla extract



Center a rack in the oven and preheat it to 325°F. (If your oven can’t hold three 9-inch cake pans on one rack, position the racks to divide the oven into thirds.) Butter three 9-inch round cake pans, dust the interiors with flour and tap out the excess; or use baker’s spray.

  1. Whisk the flour, coriander, baking powder, baking soda and salt together.
  2. Put 2 teaspoons of the sugar in a small bowl and stir in the minced ginger and zest.
  3. Working in a stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment, or in a large bowl with a hand mixer, beat the oil, the remaining 1 cup sugar and the brown sugar together on medium speed for about 2 minutes. The mixture might look grainy, but that’s fine.
  4. One by one, beat in the eggs and then continue to beat until the mixture is smooth and velvety. Beat in the vanilla, followed by the ginger-zest mixture and any syrup that might be in the bowl. Turn off the mixer and add the our mixture all at once. Pulse the mixer to start incorporating the flour, then mix on low just until the dry ingredients almost disappear.
  5. Add the parsnips and nuts and mix to incorporate. Switch to a flexible spatula and gently fold in the cranberries. Divide the batter evenly among the three pans and smooth the tops.
  6. Bake for 33 to 37 minutes, until the cakes are golden and just starting to pull away from the sides of the pans; the tops will feel springy to the touch and a tester inserted in the center will come out clean.
  7. If you’re baking on two racks or your oven has hot spots, rotate the pans from front to back and top to bottom after 18 minutes. Transfer the cakes to racks and cool for 5 minutes, then run a table knife around the sides of the pans and turn the cakes out onto racks to cool to room temperature. (You can make the cakes a day ahead—wrap them well and keep them at room temperature.)



  1. Put all the ingredients in a medium saucepan, stir and cook over medium heat, stirring, until the mixture bubbles, many of the cranberries pop and the sauce starts to thicken, about 10 minutes. The filling will thicken more as it cools.
  2. Scrape the filling into a bowl and cool to room temperature, then cover and refrigerate if you’re not using immediately. (The filling can be made up to 3 days ahead and kept in the fridge.)



Working in a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, or in a large bowl with a hand mixer, beat the cream cheese, butter, confectioners’ sugar and salt together on medium speed until very smooth; scrape the beater and bowl down frequently. Add the vanilla and beat to blend.



  1. If the tops of the cakes have mounded (these usually bake pretty at), you can slice away the crowns to even them. Place one-layer bottom side down on a cake plate.
  2. Using an o set spatula or a table knife, generously cover the top of the layer with frosting. Spoon half of the cranberry filling into the center of the frosting and spread it so that it comes to about an inch or two shy of the edges of the cake.
  3. Place the second layer on the cake, top side down. Cover with frosting and spread the remaining filling over it.
  4. Finish by placing the last layer on the cake, bottom side up. Cover the top layer with frosting, adding some swirls and whorls, if you’d like. If some of the cranberry filling oozed to the edges or maybe even spilled over a little, celebrate it! I love the casual look of this cake.
  5. You’ll have frosting left over, so you can frost the sides of the cake, if you’d like. I like to leave the sides bare or run just a very thin layer of frosting around them, a layer that looks almost sheer, kind of naked, but not quite. The cake can be served as soon as it’s assembled, but it’s easier to slice if you give it an hour or two in the fridge.



You can keep the cake at room temperature (not hot or humid) for a couple of days or, wrapped, in the refrigerator for at least 5 days. You can also freeze the cake. Freeze it, then wrap airtight; if you can manage it, defrost it overnight in the refrigerator.



For an even more festive cake, crown it with sugared cranberries—finishing it like this is beautiful for the holidays. Make a simple syrup by boiling ½ cup sugar and ½ cup water together, stirring, for 3 minutes. Remove from the heat, drop in as many fresh cranberries as you’d like and roll them around to coat with syrup, then lift them out with a slotted spoon or mesh spider and transfer them to a rack. Let them set for about 1 hour—they’ll be sticky and tacky, and that’s what you want. Roll the cranberries around in a cup of sugar and then let them dry on a clean rack for another hour. Sugared berries are meant for the last minute—they’ll get syrupy in the refrigerator and won’t survive freezing. 

Dec 23, 2018

Hosting holiday house guests and need some tips on what to serve?  Culinary guru Dorie Greenspan recently sat down with Roxanne at RJ Julia to chat about her new book Everyday Dorie and give us the scoop on making a holiday-worthy cheese platter!

Make sure you tune in later this week to hear Roxanne's full conversation with Dorie Greenspan!

Dec 20, 2018

Here at Just the Right Book Podcast we believe that books are the perfect gift for any occasion! So, we enlisted the help of two of our esteemed experts. This year’s gift guide should help you find the perfect book for everyone on your holiday shopping list.

Publishing expert Michael Selleck and Andrew Brennan, the head book buyer for RJ Julia join Roxanne in browsing the bookshelves to give us their favorite picks for this holiday shopping season!


To purchase any of the books in this episode, please visit RJ Julia Booksellers

The Patch by John McPhee

Pine Barrens John McPhee

The Big fella: Babe Ruth and The World He Created by Jane Leavy

The Library Book by Susan Orlean

The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohllenben & Tim Flannery

Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat: Mastering The Elements of Good Cooking by Samin Nosrat

The New Yorker Encyclopedia of Cartoons

Ansel Adams and the American Landscape: A Biography by Jonathan Spaulding 

Year Of Wonder by Clemency Burton-Hill

To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee

Becoming by Michelle Obama

Biography Of Frederick Douglas by David Blight

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Dec 15, 2018

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Books in this episode:

The Library Book by Susan Orlean

1,000 Books to Read Before You Die by James Mustich


Dec 12, 2018

What did the words “the pursuit of happiness” and “we the people” mean then, and what do they mean now?

Joseph Ellis, an American history scholar and author of bestselling books about George Washington, John and Abigail Adams, Thomas Jefferson, John Jay, James Madison, and Alexander Hamilton. All his books converged to inform us about the founding of our country and the founding of a continent-wide democracy.

Says Roxanne, “Professor Ellis has earned a Pulitzer, a national book award, and has brilliantly navigated the tricky balance of producing books of scholarly standards with widespread, enthusiastic, appreciative readership. He now brings these considerable skills to his new book, American Dialogue: The Founders and Us, which for the first time Mr. Ellis supplies our founding history to the present time, addressing critical issues like race, equality, the law, and global reach.”

Books in this episode:

American Dialogue: The Founders and Us by Joseph Ellis

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald 

American Slavery, American Freedom by Edmund S. Morgan

The Strange Career of Jim Crow by C. Vann Woodward

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Dec 5, 2018

What to read next? What to read at all? This is the dilemma of all readers, whether they are reading one or 200 books a year. James Mustich’s 1,000 Books to Read Before You Die: A Life-Changing List includes many of the classics you might expect like Plato and Proust and covers fiction, poetry, science and science fiction, memoir, travel, biography, children’s books, history, and more.

Mustich who began his career in book-selling 40 years ago recently joined Roxanne in the Just the Right Book studios to talk about the book that has been called “the ultimate literary bucket-list” by the Washington Post.

Says Roxanne, “There've been lots of lists and books put together about what to read over the years, but none have done as charming and genre defying job as (James Mustich)..”

To purchase any of the books in this episode, please visit RJ Julia Booksellers

Moonstone by Wilkie Collins

Woman in White by Wilkie Collins

The Tale of the Genji by Lady Murasaki

An Infamous Army by Georgette Heyer

A Thousand Place to See Before You by Patricia Schultz

The Finland Station by Edmund Wilson

Growth & Form by D’arcy Wentworth Thompson

Lark Rise to Candleford by Flora Thompson

Fear and Loathing in Las by Hunter S. Thompson Vegas

Eloise by Kay Thompson

The Pillow Book by Sei Shonagon

Odyssey by Homer

Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders

Nancy Drew by Carolyn Keene

Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption by Laura Hillenbrand

Bread and Jam for Frances by Russell Hoban

Bedtime for Frances by Russell Hoban

The Mouse and His Child by Russell Hoban

Turtle Diary by Russell Hoban

Riddley Walker by Russell Hoban

Middlemarch by George Elliot

Memoir Mass for the Dead by William Gibson

Neuromancer by William Gibson

Pattern Recognition by William Gibson

Nov 30, 2018

In our crazy-busy world, finding time to read is not always easy. Thankfully, audiobooks offer a handy way to dive into your favorite bestseller while you commute, exercise or even cook!

Robin Whitten, the founder and editor of AudioFile Magazine started the magazine in 1992 to give listeners more information about the gratification of audiobooks. She recently joined Roxanne to talk about some of the best audio books of 2018!

Audiobooks in this episode:

Circe by Madeline Miller, read by Perdita Weeks

Washington Black by Esi Edugyan, read by Dion Graham

Becoming by Michelle Obama, read by Michelle Obama

Barracoon: The Story of the Last “Black Cargo" by Zora Neale Hurston, Deborah G. Plant [Ed.], read by Robin Miles

Lethal White by Robert Galbraith, read by Robert Glenister

The Long-Lost Home by Maryrose Wood, read by Fiona Hardingham

And make sure to check out AudioFile's NEW podcast, Behind the Mic With AudioFile Magazine

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