November 30, 2015

Tina Fey’s Bossypants Named Audiobook of the Year | BookExpo America 2012

Tina Fey’s Bossypants (Hachette Audio) proved the big winner at the 2012 Audie Awards presented by the Audio Publishers Association at a gala Manhattan Ceremony June 5. Fey snagged the coveted Audiobook of the Year prize as well as winning the Biography/Memoir category. Other winners are:

  • Audio Drama: Robert Graves’s I, Cladius, AudioGO
  • Business/Educational: Carrie Wilkerson’s Barefoot Executive, Oasis Audio
  • Classic: Charles Dickens’s The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, Tantor Media
  • Distinguished Achievement in Production: The Watch That Ends the Night: Voices from the Titanic, Brilliance Audio/Candlewick
  • Fantasy: LainiTaylor’s Daughter of Smoke and Bone, Hachette Audio
  • Fiction: Pat Frank’s Alas, Babylon, Audible, Inc.
  • History: Adam Goodheart’s 1861: The Civil War’s Awakening, Audible Inc., Brilliance Audio
  • Humor: William Shatner’s Shatner Rules, Penguin Audio
  • Literary Fiction: Ann Patchett’s State of Wonder, Harper Audio
  • Mystery: James Lee Burke’s Feast of Fools, S&S Audio
  • Nonfiction: Pail Collins’s The Murder of the Century, AudioGO
  • Personal Development: Jane Fonda’s Prime Time, Random Audio
  • Romance: J.D. Robb’s New York to Dallas, Brilliance Audio
  • SF: John Scalzi’s Fuzzy Nation, Audible, Inc.
  • Thriller: Meg Gardiner’s The Nightmare Thief, Brilliance Audio

A hearty congratulations to this year’s winners, all of which are available on the complete list of winners.

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