AudioShelf A Podcast for AudioBookWorms


Episode 225


by Kelly Coon
We are approaching our review this week a little differently with a good ol fashioned Q&A! Here's the setup, Brad has read Kelly Coon's Gravemaidens, Britney has not. We're asking questions, getting answers, and giving YOU the information you need to put this amazing YA novel on your October TBR! **This is the audio from our latest BookTube. If you want to see us in action, subscribe to our YouTube Channel**

September 30, 2019

Episode 224

AudioShelf Talks: Fall Books!

Recs and more!
Fall is for pumpkins, scary movies, and cuddling up in your pyjamas with a good book! Today we are going over our list of perfect reads for this Fall season. These are books we are super excited to dive into that we hope get added on to your TBR. Let us know your thoughts and what you're reading in the comments below!

September 25, 2019

Okay, so there's a war happening between libraries and publishers (Macmillan specifically) that more people need to be talking about. This WILL change how libraries function and how quickly YOU'LL be able to get your latest ebooks/audiobooks. A huge shout-out to @Kidsilkhaze for making US aware of this ridiculousness through her tweets! If you haven't heard about this issues, PLEASE check out these articles: The ALA article about the Macmillan model being released in November // The article talking about Tor's experiment and how it impacted Macmillan's decision //

September 23, 2019

Episode 222

Evil Eye

by Madhuri Shekar
Narrated by Nick Choksi, Harsh Nayyar, Annapurna Sriram, Bernard White, Rita Wolf
🎵 Evil eyes They're watching you They see your every move And potentially are coming to destroy your life and everything that you love in a matter of moments 🎵 This week we are reviewing Evil Eye by Madhuri Shekar. An audiobook PLAY that is short, told through a series of phone calls/voicemails, and will have you looking over your shoulder more than a few times. There's sound effects to really get you in the atmosphere of this experience, which is exactly what this Audible Original is: an experience!

September 18, 2019

Episode 221

AudioShelf Talks: TBR vs TBL

What's on the list!
We are facing off with each other today as we talk about what is on our TBR (to be read) and TBL (to be listened). We have some strong lists here that we are discussing and hoping that a few of these can make it to your own lists this Fall season! No one can resist the hype of a good book, or audiobook and we are proof of that. LISTS FOR DAYS! This is the audio from our latest BookTube video, if you'd like to check us out in action, head over to our YouTube channel (

September 16, 2019

Books, reality tv, and friendship. They all sound like three very different things, right? Welp... this week we are smashing them all together for our first Friendship Challenge! Today we are putting our friendship to the test by GUESSING which reality tv program is the other's favorite AND THEN finding a book based on whichever program we thought of. The only clues we have for the other's potential favorite reality tv show comes from years of gif sharing, random discussions, and Facebook posts about weekly ratings. We have no idea what the person is going to guess, and we definitely do not know what book we'll choose for one another. Tune in to find out if your favorite reality show is mentioned and if maybe a book should be added to your TBR. This is the audio from our latest BookTube episode! If you'd like to see us in action, head over to our Youtube and subscribe! :D

September 11, 2019

Episode 219

Evidence of the Affair

by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Narrated by Julia Whelan, George Newbern, James Daniels, Dara Rosenberg
We love a good audiobook that is short, sweet, and HIGHLY intriguing. In this week's review, we are taking a look at Evidence of the Affair by Taylor Jenkins Reid. She has a way with her writing where EVERYTHING is interesting no matter if it's a rock band from the 60s or letter writing between two victims of adulterers. The narrators in this audiobook make it feel like a mini movie right in your ears! It's only an hour and 19 minutes, trust us, you have that kind of time to listen and LOVE IT! This is the audio from our BookTube episode, if you'd like to see us in action, head over to our YouTube channel and check out our latest video!

September 09, 2019

Well, well, well do we have an interesting topic to discuss this week. On at the end of August "the big 5" book publishers (Hachette, HarperCollins, Macmillan, Penguin Random House, and Simon & Schuster) launched a lawsuit against one of the biggest and most popular audiobook suppliers: Audible. Today we are discussing what the lawsuit is about, what it could mean for Audible, and how it could have a lasting impact on the audiobook world forever. The link we reference

September 04, 2019

Episode 217

Into the Hourglass

by Emily R. King
Narrated by Lauren Ezzo
Ohhh, today we are reading, listening, AND reviewing Emily R. King's Into the Hourglass narrated by our FAVORITE person that we've never met: Lauren Ezzo!!! This installment is the second in the Evermore Chronicles, which we haven't quite figured out what chronicle means, but we definitely know this is a trilogy series. We got the giggles this episode, so enjoy the antics and, as always enjoy, our review! You're tuning into the audio from our BookTube episode review, if you'd like to see us in all video glory, please head over to our YouTube! Make sure to subscribe!

September 02, 2019

Episode 216

AudioShelf Talks : Book Series We HAD to Stop

They were that bad!
Oooooh, it's pretty rare that we stop a book series in the middle because it was SO FREAKING BAD! Young love that makes NO sense, plots that are unimaginative, story that we couldn't even remember. Yup, all reasons the books discussed in this video are on our list of Popular Book Series We Stopped Reading. Book 1 // :40 Book 2 // 2:33 Book 3 // 4:40 Book 4 // 6:04 (we go on for a bit about this one XD)

August 28, 2019