I can't

take it anymore. Every time I get in my car or gear up for my evening constitutional, I can’t seem to find the right thing to listen to. I’ve been working on goals like 30+ minutes of exercise every day, and in my efforts to end the year strong, I sometimes feel almost too on-task. I’m now realizing that rather than trying to find the perfect self improvement guide to listen to, I really just need a good story to get lost in. And what better place to discover ways of getting out of myself than by diving into some great fiction?

This month, I can find a whole host of listens that satisfy that I need a good story to get lost in itch in collections that celebrate South Asian Heritage and Native American Heritage. These newly curated lists offer up classic and contemporary novels—some new to me and some I read long-ago. Both collections are valuable resources for discovering a next-up listen for anyone looking to expand their Audible repertoire (and for folks like me who rely on the power of storytelling to get through life’s little challenges).

Happy Listening!

About the Editor

Tricia listens to discover characters and voices that transport her, not to a fantasy world, but to the heart of what it is to be human in this world. Follow her on Twitter @tricia___ford.

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