Audiobook Authors

Voxblock has a growing library of audiobooks from some very well known authors. Get to know all their titles by listening on Voxblock - the screen-free audiobook player.
author Alex Bell

Alex Bell

Alex Bell always wanted to be a writer, but embarked upon a Law Degree as a back-up plan, writing no fewer than six novels during her time at university. The published author of FROZEN CHARLOTTE, C...

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author Alex Milway

Alex Milway

Alex Milway is a screenwriter, and the writer and illustrator of twelve books for children. including the Mousehunter trilogy, The Mythical 9th Division series, and the Hotel Flamingo series. Born ...

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author Alexander McCall Smith

Alexander McCall Smith

Alexander "Sandy" McCall Smith is a British legal scholar and author of fiction. He was raised in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and was formerly Professor of Medical Law at the Univers...

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author Alexandre Dumas

Alexandre Dumas

Alexandre Dumas was born in France in 1802. A well known novelist and playwright, he is one of the most widely read French authors to this day. His most well-known works are The Count of Monte Cris...

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author Alison Larkin

Alison Larkin

Alison Larkin boasts a diverse portfolio as a writer/comedian, having graced Broadway with her presence. She is acclaimed for her exceptional narration skills, having lent her voice to more than 20...

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author Andy McNab

Andy McNab

Andy McNab is a well-known British author, primarily recognised for his gripping and action-packed military thrillers as well as children's books too. McNab has an impressive background in the...

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author Andy McNab & Phil Earle

Andy McNab & Phil Earle

Stephen Billy Mitchell, also known by his pen-name Andy McNab, is a novelist and former British Army infantry soldier. His first book Bravo Two Zero, an account of his experiences in the Persian Gu...

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author Andy Shepherd

Andy Shepherd

Andy Shepherd is a writer of books for children aged five to twelve. Originally from Essex, she now lives in Cambridge with her husband and two sons. Her debut novel, The Boy Who Grew Dragons, was ...

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author Angie Lake

Angie Lake

Angie Lake is an experienced journalist and author of children’s books.Having grown up in Spain, Angie started her writing career in the Spanish music press. She co-authored the Diaries of Robin’s ...

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author Anna Sewell

Anna Sewell

Anna Sewell is the author of one novel, children’s classic Black Beauty.Born in Norfolk in 1820, Sewell’s family moved to London when she was two, where they often struggled with poverty. When she ...

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author Anthony Horowitz

Anthony Horowitz

Anthony Horowitz is a British novelist, screenwriter, and journalist.Author of over forty books, Horowitz first achieved mainstream success in the children’s fiction sphere with his Alex Rider seri...

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author Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, a renowned French writer and aviator, was born on 29 June 1900 in Lyon, France. He's best known for his classic children's book "The Little Prince," a ma...

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author Ashley Banjo

Ashley Banjo

Ashley Banjo is not only a seasoned TV presenter but also one of the co-founders of the award-winning street dance group, Diversity, alongside his brother Jordan. His notable television roles inclu...

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author Ashley Banjo & Jordan Banjo

Ashley Banjo & Jordan Banjo

Ashley Banjo is an English choreographer, dancer, and presenter. He is the leader of dance troupe Diversity, winners of the 2009 series of Britain’s Got Talent. Since 2018, he has been a judge on D...

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author Astrid Lindgren

Astrid Lindgren

Astrid Lindgren was a Swedish children’s author. Much-loved in her home country and throughout the world, no other Swedish author has been translated into as many languages.The creator of Pippi Lon...

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author Beatrix Potter

Beatrix Potter

Beatrix Potter was a writer, illustrator, conservationist, and natural scientist, best known for her books for children. Inspired by her childhood holidays in Scotland and the Lake District, she se...

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author Ben Miller

Ben Miller

Ben Miller is a comedian and actor, best known as one half of the comedy duo Armstrong and Miller. In the early 2000s he moved away from sketch comedy to take up several acting roles, including in ...

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author Benedict Flynn

Benedict Flynn

Benedict Flynn is an experienced writer for audio, and has adapted several myths and folktales for audiobook. His work includes retellings of A Tale of Troy, King Arthur and the Knights of the Roun...

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author Camille Saint Saens

Camille Saint Saens

Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns was a French composer, organist, conductor, and pianist of the Romantic Period. He was a musical prodigy, and made his stage debut at just ten years old. His most well k...

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author Carlo Collodi

Carlo Collodi

Carlo Lorenzi, better known by his pen name Carlo Collodi, was an Italian author and journalist, best known as the author of the fairy tale Pinocchio. Born in Florence in 1826, Collodi took his pen...

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author Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens

Born in Portsmouth in 1812, is widely regarded as Britain’s most successful and best loved novelist.He left school at the age of twelve to work in a boot blacking factory, but after three years he ...

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author Chris Smith

Chris Smith

Chris Smith is a British author best known for co-writing the "Kid Normal" series, a collection of children's books celebrated for their humour and heart. Alongside his co-author, Gre...

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author Christiane Kerr

Christiane Kerr

Christiane Kerr is a yoga teacher, expert in relaxation and mindfulness, and author.She has been a practising yoga instructor for over 15 years, as well as an experienced Montessori teacher. She te...

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author Daniel Defoe

Daniel Defoe

Daniel Defoe was born Daniel Foe around 1660, likely in the parish of St Giles in London. He was a writer, trader, pamphleteer, and spy.As well as a career as a businessman, Defoe published a numbe...

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author David Angus

David Angus

David Angus is the author of multiple non-fiction audiobooks for children, on a variety of subjects from the Victorian era, to Egyptology. Great Scientists and their Discoveries is an ideal introdu...

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author David Solomons

David Solomons

David Solomons is a screenwriter and children’s novelist. His first book, My Brother is a Superhero, won the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize and the British Book Industry Awards Children’s Book o...

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author Dr. Stéphane Pigeon

Dr. Stéphane Pigeon

Dr Stéphane Pigeon is the owner of myNoise and an audio consultant for various clients. Born in Belgium in 1970, Dr Pigeon has dedicated his time to developing audio related websites, and to resear...

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author Edith Nesbit

Edith Nesbit

Edith Nesbit, historically credited as E. Nesbit, was an English writer and poet, best know for her books for children.Due to the ill health of Edith’s sister, the Nesbit family travelled extensive...

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author Edward Ferrie

Edward Ferrie

Edward Ferrie is the author of Tales from the Greek Legends and Tales from the Norse Legends. He is an experienced author of children’s non-fiction, and is adept at adapting well-known myths and le...

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author Edward Lear

Edward Lear

Edward Lear was an English artist, illustrator, musician, and poet. He is best known for his literary nonsense poems, and for popularising the limerick form.Born in London in 1812, Lear was one of ...

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author Elaine Sweetapple

Elaine Sweetapple

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author Enid Blyton

Enid Blyton

Enid Blyton was a British children’s author, best known for her Famous Five, Secret Seven, and Magic Faraway Tree series. Her first novel was published in 1922, and she went on to gain widespread c...

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author F. Scott Fitzgerald

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald is a prolific American author born in 1896. His most notable works are acclaimed for their depictions of the flamboyance and hypocrisy of the Jazz Age, also known as th...

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author Frances Hodgson Burnett

Frances Hodgson Burnett

Born in Manchester in 1849, Frances Hodgson Burnett was a novelist and playwright, best known for her children’s books.Following her father’s death in 1853, the family emigrated to the United State...

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author George Bernard Shaw

George Bernard Shaw

George Bernard Shaw, who preferred to go by just his middle and surname, was an Irish literary critic and playwright born in 1856. During his career, he wrote more than 60 plays, and was well-known...

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author Gill Lewis

Gill Lewis

Gill Lewis is a vet, animal lover, and author of children’s fiction. Her veterinary career has taken her all over the world, from Antarctica to Africa, and she went on to study Writing for Young Pe...

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author Greg James

Greg James

Greg James is a British radio and TV presenter and author. He joined BBC Radio 1 in 2007, and has since presented a variety of shows, currently helming the Breakfast Show on weekday mornings. He ha...

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author Hans Christian Andersen

Hans Christian Andersen

Born in Denmark in 1805, Hans Christian Andersen was an author of plays, novels and poems, but best known as the author of famous fairy tales.Andersen attended a local school for poor children, whe...

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author Heather Bestel

Heather Bestel

Heather Bestel is a therapist and storyteller who specialises in working with children.Since 1994 she has worked with children to foster their self-esteem, providing them with resources with which ...

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author Helen Rutter

Helen Rutter

Helen Rutter is a children’s author, and former actress and comedian. The Boy Who Made Everyone Laugh is her first novel, inspired by the experiences of her son, who has a stammer. Before becoming ...

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author Herman Melville

Herman Melville

Herman Melville was a novelist and poet of the American Renaissance, born in the United States in 1819. Despite his works being very well known now, most of his success in writing actually came pos...

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author Ian Whybrow

Ian Whybrow

Ian Whybrow is the author of over 100 books for children, including novels, short stories, and poetry. He began his career as a teacher and worked as Head of English at a London school, but subsequ...

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author J.M. Barrie

J.M. Barrie

James Matthew Barrie, born in Kirriemuir, Angus in 1860, was a novelist and playwright, best known as the creator of Peter Pan.Moving to London from Scotland as a young adult, Barrie began publishi...

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author Jane Austen

Jane Austen

Jane Austen was an English novelist born in 1775. Her works focused primarily on criticising the behaviours and customs of the British landed gentry at the turn of the 18th century. Her most notabl...

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author Jane Hissey

Jane Hissey

Jane Hissey is a British author and illustrator, best known for her series of children’s books Old Bear and Friends. The series was adapted into the BAFTA-winning TV series Old Bear Stories. The in...

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author Jeanne Willis

Jeanne Willis

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author Jen Green

Jen Green

Jen Green is an English author, writing primarily non-fiction for both children and adults. Her areas of speciality include history, the natural world, geography, science, and social issues such as...

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author Jennifer Bell

Jennifer Bell

Jennifer Bell is a children’s author and former bookseller from London. Having initially studied film, her interest in children’s books was sparked by the novel Eragon by Christopher Paolini. She w...

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author Jeremy Siepmann

Jeremy Siepmann

Jeremy Siepmann was a writer and radio broadcaster born in America in 1942, though he did live in the UK for a lot of his life. Most of his broadcasting work was done with the BBC, both with the Ho...

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author Jerome K. Jerome

Jerome K. Jerome

Jerome Klapka Jerome was an English writer and humourist born in 1859. Growing up, he didn't have much money, and therefore was unable to finish school. Before pursuing writing, he had worked a...

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