How I pick audiobooks these days: I go to my libby app, click browse, what's available, sort by popular, non-fiction. That's how I listened to "The Last Black Unicorn" by Tiffany Haddish. hey, judge me for reading a celebrity memoir all you want but it was hilarious and she had such a CRAZY life! Her childhood was unbelievable... abuse, abandonment, poverty, she was a foster kid, she could barely read when she got to high school. but she could make people laugh and had a bizarre confidence and unexplainable urge to always be center of attention. she loved being on stage. "The only reason I'm still alive is because I'm willing to talk about my stuff." that's beautiful. I couldn't stop listening, it was exactly what I needed.