MY PLACE AT THE TABLE by Alexander Lobrano, read by Robert Fass
Behind the Mic with AudioFile Magazine
Robert Fass narrates Alexander Lobrano’s satisfying audiobook with flair. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Alan Minskoff discuss Fass’s ability to capture the longing and introspective qualities in Lobrano’s coming-of-age memoir. It’s a work packed with stories and insights into Lobrano’s life as an American food critic in Paris, starting with his discovery of his passion for food. His idiosyncratic guide on current places to dine in Paris is inspired and fun. Read the full review of the audiobook on AudioFile’s website. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.Find more audiobook recommendations at audiofilemagazine.comToday’s episode is sponsored by Graphic Audio, A Movie in Your Mind featuring dramatized adaptations of Fantasy and Sci-Fi Novels by Brandon Sanderson, Peter V. Brett, Brent Weeks, Elizabeth Moon, C.J. Cherryh, Simon R. Green and more. Save 55% Off your first order with coupon 55LISTEN only at GraphicAudio.net Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
THE MINISTRY OF COMMON SENSE by Martin Lindstrom, read by Robert Fass - Audiobook extract
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A humorous yet practical five-step guide to ridding ourselves - and our companies - of the bureaucratic bottlenecks and red tape that plagues every office.How often in your life do you spend time following a rule or a procedure that makes no sense, offers little or no advantage, and slows you down in the process? In a world of work governed by a system of well-intentioned rules, that's something that happens all too often.In this audiobook Martin Lindstrom - a global leader in branding and expert in organisational culture - takes you behind the scenes at companies which are paralyzed and demoralised by a breakdown in common sense. Lindstrom shares a five-step process for identifying and repairing these lapses, showing that restoring common sense always cuts costs, boosts engagement and increases customer retention.The stories in The Ministry of Common Sense are entertaining, troubling, eye-opening and recognisable to anyone who works in or leads an organisation of any size. It's easy to get blinded to problems right in front of you - but setting up your own Ministry of Common Sense will mean less time wasted on unnecessary things, less mistakes and misunderstandings, and a better way of working for all.
HOW TO EAT by Mark Bittman, David L. Katz, read by Robert Fass
Behind the Mic with AudioFile Magazine
Robert Fass narrates this compelling and timely guide to eating a balanced diet to reduce our risk of disease. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Michele Cobb talk about how Mark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz put food fads and trends into perspective and encourage common-sense decision-making when it comes to food. The audiobook is presented as an easy-to-digest “multi-course Q & A” to shatter myths about diet and examine the food industry’s role in society’s unhealthy eating habits. Fass’s calm and well-spoken narration keeps this audiobook enticing and easy to hear. Published by HMH Books.Find more audiobook recommendations at audiofilemagazine.comSupport for Behind the Mic with AudioFile Magazine comes from Oasis Audio, publisher of Jolina Petersheim’s How the Light Gets In — a 2020 Audie Awards winner. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Liars Club Oddcast # 087 | Ray Porter & Robert Fass, Award-Winning Audiobook Narrators
The Liars Club Oddcast
This week on our writing podcast, award-winning audiobook narrators Ray Porter (the voice of Jonathan Maberry's Joe Ledger), and Robert Fass (200 audio books in every conceivable genre) offer their hilarious take on recording nightmares (aka "adverbs"), discuss trends in audiobooks, and offer tips on how to write great characters for great audio with Oddcast cohosts Keith Strunk, Merry Jones, Greg Frost, Kelly Simmons, and Jon McGoran.
Many of us should be getting to work and live in a new category of the workforce called “the creative class.” Today’s guest, Robert Fass, is one of more than 40 million Americans, over a third of our national workforce, who create for a living. The idea of the creative class was first presented by author, Richard Florida in his national bestseller, The Rise of the Creative Class, and how it’s transforming work, leisure, community and everyday life.