Misha Collins’ Bestselling Poetry Collection ‘Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You’ Gets Audiobook Release Date

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Misha Collins’ debut poetry collection Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You launched with great success, garnering multiple printings and snagging a stint on the New York Times Best Sellers List. It seems that the author isn’t done with this project yet. Publisher Andrew McMeel’s site now lists the upcoming release date for an audiobook version of the collection, read by none other than him.

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The audiobook version of Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You will be available on April 12 and is already available for preorder on Audible, Apple Books, Nook Audio, Google Play, and Libro.FM.

If you haven’t already, make sure to grab your hard copy of Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You today. The book is currently available for purchase on AmazonBarnes and NobleIndie BoundBooks-A-Million, and Bookshop. Not completely convinced to give this collection a read? Check out our review to get our thoughts on it (spoiler alert, totally worth it). As always, stay tuned for more updates on Collins’ work.

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