Truthfully, I’ve always preferred listening to music over audiobooks or podcasts. But, I think the pandemic kind of pushed me to find new listening options. So, of course, I had to check out the list of Grammy-winning audiobooks. Here are 5 that you might find interesting:

Becoming by Michelle Obama

Becoming is a memoir that covers all the ups and downs of Michelle Obama’s life. Stretching from her childhood to her time in the White House to now, Becoming‘s audiobook won a Grammy in 2019.

Faith: A Journey For All by Jimmy Carter

Faith: A Journey For AllĀ discusses how faith has affected the life of Former President Jimmy Carter. Years after winning the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002, he wrote and published this deep reflection of his life in 2018.

A Song Flung Up To Heaven by Maya Angelou

This 2002 audiobook is one of the six installments of Maya Angelou’s autobiography book series. A Song Flung Up To Heaven is actually the last installment that wraps it up. It took Angelou 15 years to write.

Diary of a Mad Diva by Joan Rivers

Diary of a Mad Diva is really exactly what it sounds like: the diary of comedian Joan Rivers. This audiobook details her life as a groundbreaking female comedian. Its humor, perspective, and story won it a Grammy in 2014.

If You Ask Me (And Of Course You Won’t) by Betty White

This 2011 autobiography written by Betty White is one of several books that she has written in her life. With all the classic humor and charm of Betty White herself, this audiobook won a Grammy in 2011.


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