Written by Francisca Goldsmith on Thursday, January 30, 2020
We're continuing to thank all the publishers who make the AudiobookSYNC program possible with great listening selections for teens. One of our generous returning publishers is Brilliance Publishing, who again this year is providing audiobooks they’ve produced from a couple different book publishers, including Candlewick. Oasis Audio, another longtime SYNC supporter, is also returning for another summer of SYNC audiobook giveaways.
This week’s two free audiobooks share some paranormal—and humorous—highlights. Just right for late night listening, they provide enough suspense to keep listeners in thrall and enough romance to satisfy anyone who would rather spend time with human affairs than apparitions.
Written by Francisca Goldsmith on Thursday, January 31, 2019
One of our contributing publishers who annually steps up to provide a whole handful of free audiobooks for teen listeners is Brilliance Publishing. This year, they’re doing it again and oh my, the audiobooks coming your way from them!
Written by Francisca Goldsmith on Thursday, January 10, 2019
This year marks the 10th anniversary of AudiobookSYNC and our publishers are celebrating by offering a wide range of free audiobooks to build your personal listening shelf. In the coming weeks, we'll introduce the titles publisher by publisher (as soon as all the contracts are completed!). Today, however, we can give you a lot of details to feed your own and your teen listeners' anticipation.
For Week 3 of SYNC 2018, we’re offering a pair of audiobooks in which boys are running for their lives. Some teen listeners will identify with one or another of these young people while others, through listening, can discover empathy for circumstances in which they have never found themselves.
Written by Francisca Goldsmith on Thursday, January 4, 2018
Thanks to Brilliance Publishing, we are able to offer several of their productions this summer during SYNC's 2018 season. Among them is a detective story likely to surprise both teen listeners and those who might remember way back to the mid-20th century.