Audiobooks to Gift or Keep

November 7th, 2018 Kimberly Blog Tour, Feature 42 Comments

7th Nov

I am exciting to be participating in A Good Audiobook Speaks Volumes Holiday Blog Tour. All month long bloggers will be sharing favorite holiday audiobooks, offering suggestions for gift giving and sharing their passion for audiobooks. Today I will be sharing audiobooks for gifting, traveling, and getting in the holiday spirit! Grab a cup of cocoa and enjoy!

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Whether you are traveling by plane, train or car or even home preparing for the holidays, November is a great time to discover the awesomeness and variety of audiobooks. Stock up and listen while you bake and shop for the holidays. Make plans to take them in the car as you travel this holiday season and grab some to give as gifts for everyone from your babysitter to grandpa.

Audiobooks for the Naughty and Nice

*all audiobook covers linked to Amazon

For the Kids: Audiobooks are wonderful for the very young to the young at heart. Here are a few to share with yours over the holidays. These are perfect for the whole family to listen to in the car on the way to grandma’s.

Young Adult: Whether they (you) are fourteen or forty-four these titles are perfect for readers and non-readers alike.

For Mystery & Thriller Lovers

Science Fiction & Fantasy Nerds


For Those Who Sleep with the Lights On

Paranormal & Urban Fantasy

Non-Fiction Lovers

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42 Responses to “Audiobooks to Gift or Keep”

  1. Casey Garvey

    I have never listened to an audiobook. But I would love to hear Harry Potter!

  2. Olivia Roach

    I love this list of recommendations! I used to not be able to listen to audiobooks, but this month I have recently started to read with them and it’s worked for me! Thus far I’ve only listened to classics but I am hoping to branch out – and now I have plenty of places to start.

    Olivia Roach recently posted: Top 10: Unpredictable Books!
  3. Donna Jacoby

    I would like Anne Of Green Gables on audiobook for my granddaughter. Thank you for the giveaway!

  4. Debra Branigan

    I would love to hear The Daughter of a Daughter of A Queen on audiobook.

  5. Laura Lovejoy-Brunk

    Jennifer Ashley’s A Below Stairs Mystery series is amazing on audio books !

  6. MarthaE

    You have recommended so many good books! Here are a couple from my 2018 reading that I recommend:
    YA Fantasy: The Hunter Series by Mercedes Lackey
    Fantasy: The Emperor’s Soul by Brandon Sanderson and The Watchmaker’s Daughter by C.J. Archer
    NonFiction: The Quest for Cosmic Justice by Thomas Sowell.
    Sci Fi: Koban Series by Stephen Bennett
    Alternate History: The Destroyermen Series by Taylor Anderson
    Happy Listening!

  7. Kimberly B.

    I’d recommend the Pilfered Promises: A Victorian San Francisco Mystery: Victorian San Francisco Mysteries, Book 5 by M. Louisa Locke

  8. Adriana@BooksOnHerMind

    What a sweet giveaway! I recently was looking for YA audiobooks to CD to listen to in the car and I was disappointed by the selection. I might just get a charger and do it through hoopla or whatever in the future.

    I’ve been meaning to get back into Green Glass House. I started it a couple of years ago and spent to much time with it, I had to return it to the library. The Book Jumper looks interesting! Thanks for the recs!! ?

    Adriana@BooksOnHerMind recently posted: 25 Wishes on my 25th Birthday
  9. Sophia Rose

    Oh yes! Travel and chores, gift wrapping and decorating, baking… all are made better with an audio story going. Between the Christmas CDs and movies that is. LOL

    Love that they are doing this giveaway.

  10. Cori

    I loved Trevor Noah’s Born a Crime. I learned about life in South Africa while laughing with him. His impersonations of family members were my favorite part.

  11. Courtney Whisenant

    Sadie deserves the buzz it’s been getting–at least in the audiobook format. It reminded me so much of the S-Town podcast. This is a great example of a book being enhanced through the audio experience.

  12. Tonyalee

    I do need to listen to Ilona Andrews’ books on audio – I bet I’d love them!

    I recommend the Ravels Series on audio! So fun

  13. Emily Heisler

    So many good books to choose from, Hell’s Princess sounds fascinating.

  14. Jonetta (Ejaygirl)

    I loved one I just finished, Jane Doe by Victoria Helen Stone (Victoria Dahl’s pseudonym) and the narrator (Nicol Zanzarella) was simply outstanding. I also loved Love and Other Words by Christina Lauren. I just can’t stop thinking about the book.

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  15. Lily

    I haven’t listened to many audiobooks lately, but I love The Iron Druid on audio it’s just SO good.
    Thank you for the other recommendations πŸ˜€ I’ll be adding more of these to my list

  16. Tyler H. Jolley

    Kimba, this list is comprehensive and thoughtful. Your passion for reading and encouraging others to read is evident. I love it. Hope you’re having a great week!

  17. Leslie Schifer

    This is a great selection of audiobook titles. Truly something for everyone!

  18. Erin W

    Oh what a great giveaway!! I love audiobooks but don’t buy them a lot.

  19. Ailyn Koay

    I am voting for Pulling Strings for Nick DeWolf, I checked it does come in Audio for Mystery. Rom com, definitely Jana Aston, any of her books