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How to Listen to Michele Romanow’s New Audible Series for Free (yes, free!)

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Audible just announced 20 brand new Canadian Audible Originals.

The new content is a celebration of Canadian talent and storytelling across a variety of genres including business, culture, food, environment, race & identity and true crime.

“We’re thrilled to expand storytelling opportunities for the Canadian creative community into the audio universe and to amplify the work of local, diverse writers, performers and producers,” said Aurelie de Troyer, Audible’s SVP of Content. “This is an electrifying collection of Canadian-grown audiobooks, drama podcasts and non-fiction podcasts that we are confident our Canadian and global listeners will enjoy.”

Known as the world’s largest producer and provider of original spoken-word entertainment and audio books, Audible’s new Canadian content will mostly be featured as Audible Original Podcasts, an exclusive free-listening benefit for Audible.ca members in addition to their monthly credit. 

Listeners can expect immersive content experiences with the likes of Yannick Bisson, Sarika Cullis-Suzuki, Catherine Hernandez, Robert J. Sawyer, Tanya Talaga, Jael Richardson, Andrew Pyper and many more.

How to listen for free

In honour of the release, Audible is offering The Revisionaries with Michele Romanow for free to all Canadians. But hurry, this offer only lasts until Oct. 27, 2020.

A known serial entrepreneur, in The Revisionaries Dragons’ Den’s Romanow sits down with today’s leading business innovators and entrepreneurs to reveal the inside story of the early pitfalls, landmines and almost insurmountable setbacks they encountered on their journeys to become visionaries.

RELATED: Listen to Romanow’s entrepreneurial insights on the Mission Critical podcast

If you’re interested in true crime—you’re in luck. Audible is also offering True North Heists with Colm Feore for free until Oct. 27, 2020. Feore takes listeners on a deep dive into the true stories of Canada’s most infamous thefts, from an 18-million-dollar maple syrup scheme, to Canada’s first great train robbery.

The first slate of Canadian Audible Originals are available now, with new series being released monthly into 2021.