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Meet the 20 winners of our "20 Years of Listeners" Car Contest
Heidi M., Kerrville, TX
In Heidi’s Own Words:
"My favorite listen is The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place by Maryrose Wood. Katherine Kellgren's reading of the series is so fantastic! I'm pretty sure I enjoy it more than my kids!"
Joel L. Yellow Springs, OH
In Joel's Own Words:
"The hardest I've ever laughed listening to an audiobook was to Tina Fey's Bossypants with my wife while we were on a road trip driving together to Chicago."
Josephine J., North Charleston, SC
In Josephine's Own Words:
"I once took a morning kayaking trip and was able to finish an entire audiobook! The book was Doctor Who: The Angel's Kiss. It was so much fun being able to listen and finish a book in one trip!"
Brittany J., Provo, UT
In Brittany's Own Words:
"I run an online design studio and website and started an online book club where I could selfishly read the books I want all in the name of "work." A lot of our work is spent making crafts and other design projects so we are often able to listen to podcasts and books as we work. It was a great way to involve our online community of hundreds of thousands of people and to create more engagement."
Roman. J., Tulsa, OK
In Roman's Own Words:
"My favorite audiobook so far is Shoe Dog by Phil Knight, narrated by Norbert Leo Butz. My first Audible listen was The Fellowship of the Ring by J. R. R. Tolkien, narrated by Rob Inglis."
Rebecca. K., Charleston, WV
In Rebecca's Own Words:
"My favorite book/author is "My Family and Other Animals" by Gerald Durrell. I enjoy Nigel Davenport's reading of this story because his accent paired with his warm and gravelly voice bring the story to life."
Vashti. H., Onley, VA
In Vashti's Own Words:
"Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell was a book I remember wanting to read since high school. Finally in 2014, 10 years after it was published I joined Audible when I saw it was available and finally got to experience it!"
Samantha. R., Orem, UT
In Samantha's Own Words:
"My first listen was Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer. My sister and I listened to the book while we were driving to all the sites where the story took place."
Candace. S., Inglewood, CA
In Candace's Own Words:
"Last November to celebrate my 70th birthday, I ran my first half marathon! I made it through those long solo practice runs with Audible. My current fav listen while hitting the pavement is Into the Magic Shop by Dr. James R. Doty."
Dr. Hill. K., New York, NY
In Dr. Hill's Own Words:
"My favorite narrator is Grover Gardner. I would listen to any of the political biographies he reads!"
Mary Lou. D., Vestavia, AL
In Mary Lou's Own Words:
"The narrator makes a big impact on the listening experience and I’ve always harbored a secret desire to be an audiobook reader. Kyle McCarley is a great narrator as well as Katherine Kellgren, and the Harry Potter narrator Jim Dale is a master."
Christopher. R., Millilani, HI
In Christopher's Own Words:
"My favorite listen is Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance by Angela Duckworth. This audiobook has helped me reshape the way I set goals and has given me practical strategies on how to develop perseverance in myself, my students, and my own children."
Hank And Shruthi. P., San Antonio, TX
In Hank and Shruti's Own Words:
"Last year, Shruthi became a full-time writer for her blog #TheHonestShruth. Audible made it easy for us to listen to numerous books on website construction, business strategy, and management--giving us the knowledge to build the brand while staying busy at work!"
Brax. J., Provo, UT
In Brax's Own Words:
"I've listened to The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson 4 times now (it's the best fantasy book ever written!)"
Alex D., New Orleans, LA
In Alex's Own Words:
"Depending on my mood, I may be learning business strategies from Jim Collin's Good to Great, exploring the universe to Stefan Rudnicki's perfect voice in Orson Scott Card's Ender's Game series, or learning the history of one of my favorite musicians in the Miles Davis autobiography."
Jennifer L., Wakefield, RI
In Jennifer's Own Words:
"My favorite listen is Just Kids by Patti Smith. Her narration and the beauty of her writing had me itching to listen to it every chance I could get."
Steven S., Irvine, CA
In Steven's Own Words:
"As an individual on the autistic spectrum, I find it inspiring to listen to Temple Grandin’s books on the subject. As a Dad to a 3 year old son, I am currently listening to Dad Is Fat by Jim Gaffigan for some serious lol!"
Meredith J., Minneapolis, MN
In Meredith's Own Words:
"For the first time I am listening to a book with my whole family, six of us including our exchange student. The four narrators of The Help make for a dynamic presentation, keeping all of us engaged. As we sit together in the living room to listen, it feels reminiscent of the 1930’s and 1940’s when families listened to the radio together."
Trisha Z., Provo, UT
In Trisha's Own Words:
"Two of my favorite books to listen to over and over are Creativity Inc. By Ed Catmull and Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert. Oh, and of course, Harry Potter."
Hans S., Wapakoneta, OH
In Hans's Own Words:
"My Audible adventure began years ago with Malcolm Gladwell and Blink and Tipping Point. Having a career in the career counseling and sales development field, I really appreciate the perspective he provides; but what I really like is that he reads a lot of his own books...how cool is that!?!"