20 Women Memoir Audiobooks

40 Women’s Memoir Audiobooks (Part I)

The Best Biographies and Memoirs Audiobooks by women.

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In recent years, there has been a growing interest in women’s memoirs and biographies. These books offer a unique insight into the lives of women from all walks of life. There are many great audiobooks available that offer insights into the lives of incredible women. They provide a candid look at the challenges and triumphs that women have experienced throughout their lives. From politicians to artists, these women’s memoirs offer a wide range of perspectives on the world. They provide valuable insights into the lives of women who have significantly impacted the world. If you’re looking for a list of women’s memoirs to add to your collection, here is a list of 20 women’s memoir audiobooks that are sure to enlighten and inspire you.

Out of the Corner: A Memoir

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Jennifer Grey takes readers on a vivid tour of the experiences that have shaped her, from her upbringing as the daughter of Broadway and film legend Joel Grey to the unexpected hit that made her America’s sweetheart to her energizing victory on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars in season eleven.

Enough Already

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Enough Already offers a personal glimpse into her fears, heartbreaks, losses, victories, and breakthroughs. After experiencing the loss of her parents, learning more about her family’s history, and realizing how fleeting life is when she and her son lost Eddie, Valerie decided that her lifelong struggle with the scale was over and discovered a new way to happiness and connection.

Going There

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In her biography, Katie Couric tells the intimate tale of growing up as the girl next door and becoming a household name. She discusses the trauma of losing her spouse to cancer and how she dealt with working in a field where men predominate. Following the MeToo movement, Couric discusses her frank assessment of workplace predatory conduct and gender discrimination.

There Was a Little Girl

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The connection between Brooke and Teri, Brooke’s remarkable mother, is examined in There Was a Little Girl. As Brooke grew into an adult, they made decisions and gave up things that would change their relationship for good. Brooke was Teri’s side when she passed away in 2012, a loving daughter to the very end despite the many ups and downs. In her memoir, Brooke shares experiences and emotions that any mother or daughter can identify with.

Open Book: A Memoir

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Open Book is Jessica Simpson sharing things she’s never shared before with her voice, heart, soul, and humor. Open Book is as motivational as it is enjoyable. It is based on the notebooks the author has kept since she was 15 and is full of her distinct humor and compassion. includes six brand-new Jessica Simpson tracks that are only accessible through the Open Book audiobook.

It’s Never Too Late

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You might have believed Kathie Lee Gifford’s greatest days were behind her when she left her position as cohost of the Today show. However, it now appears that she was only beginning. She tells tales ranging from her youth on the Chesapeake Bay to her choice to quit television and go to Nashville. Since it is never too late to make a change in the world, dance the cha-cha, or forgive.

The Mother of Black Hollywood

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Intimately revealing the heart of a woman who lives life to the fullest is Jenifer Lewis’ autobiography The Mother of Black Hollywood. Jenifer reveals a difficult route to success that was paved with dysfunction and untreated mental illness, including a sex addiction, in the bold voice that her admirers adore. Jenifer says, “Love yourself so that love won’t be a stranger when it arrives.

In Pieces

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Oprah Winfrey selected Sally Field’s autobiography, In Pieces, a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. Sally Field takes listeners behind-the-scenes for not only the highs and lows of her star-studded early career in Hollywood but also writes with the unvarnished honesty of a natural-born writer./p>

Whiskey in a Teacup

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Southern women, according to Reese Witherspoon’s grandmother Dorothea, are “whiskey in a teacup.” Reese enjoys introducing everyone she encounters about the benefits of living in the South. With bluegrass and lavish holiday gatherings, she brings the South with her wherever she goes. You can learn Reese’s fail-proof, sanely insane hot-roller technique from this audiobook.

Inside Out: A Memoir

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In a very personal and intense biography, Demi Moore finally shares her own life. Demi struggled with addiction, negative body image, and childhood trauma throughout her career, which would haunt her for years. Inside Out is a movingly honest account of one woman’s both commonplace and famous existence.

Mean Baby: A Memoir of Growing Up

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The autobiography Selma Blair’s Terrible Baby by Selma Blair Beitner describes a little girl who lived up to her reputation as a mean baby. The author is open about her alcoholism, her love for her bright and complex mother, and the times she considered passing away. There is heinous brutality, intense love, genuine friendship, and, in the end, the unexpected deliverance of a multiple sclerosis diagnosis.


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Drew Barrymore delivers amusing, perceptive, and meaningful tales from her past and present that are recounted from the state of contentment she has attained in the present. In her reflections on the events she had in her younger years, Drew paints a picture of her life in stories in Wildflower. Includes stories of living alone at the age of 14 (and how doing the laundry may have saved her life) and becoming trapped under an overhang at a petrol station while on a cross-country road trip.


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Katherine Howe’s Vanderbilt is a riotous, very American history that is every bit as extraordinary as the family it so brilliantly depicts. This book recalls the successes and sorrows of an American dynasty unlike any other, written from a special insider’s perspective. From the poor wharves of old Manhattan to the opulent drawing rooms of Fifth Avenue during the Gilded Age, from the elaborate summer mansions of Newport to the European courts, all the way to contemporary New York.

The Stories We Tell

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Joanna Gaines invites us to enter her tale on a sincere and incredibly personal journey. This book serves as an invitation to a life where you are able to hold the beliefs you have about yourself with kindness and openness. To appreciate your tale for all the beauty, pleasure, and optimism it contains right now rather than for anything in the past or the future. Every life episode offers a glimpse into who I am, the path I’m on, and the stage I’m at right now. Because this is my narrative, you might not always be able to connect or you might feel like you’re staring at yourself.

Bonus: The Magnolia Story

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The stars of HGTV’s Fixer Upper are Chip and Joanna Gaines. Their most recent book, The Magnolia Story, provides a thorough account of their relationship. While still Baylor University students in Waco, Texas, the couple started remodeling houses together. Four kids later and many renovations later, Joanna caught the eye of a television producer.

Uphill: A Memoir

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Jemele Hill’s journey. Uphill is an unapologetic, character-rich, and eloquent memoir. She shares the whole story of her work, the women of her family, and her complicated relationship with God. Hill rose from newspaper reporter to columnist to new heights as the co anchor for ESPN’s revered SportsCenter. Soon, she earned respect and support for her fearless opinions and unshakable confidence.


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The author’s horrific experiences in Nazi Germany’s extermination camps are vividly described in Night, which is undoubtedly autobiographical. The awful destiny of the Jews from the village of Sighet is revealed through the 14-year-old Eliezer’s eyes, and it happens with a heartbreaking certainty. Wiesel’s timeless work of Holocaust literature begs the questions, “How could man perpetrate such horrors?” and “Could such an atrocity ever be repeated?” for all future generations.

Dying of Politeness

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Geena Davis is a cinematic legend and a two-time Academy Award winner. She has portrayed a variety of characters, including an amnesiac assassin and a rodent’s father. She recounts her struggle to defend herself and, eventually, the rights of women everywhere in “Dying of Politeness.”

Diana: Her True Story – in Her Own Words

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The 1992 publication of Diana: Her True Story – in Her Own Words irrevocably changed how the public perceived the British monarchy. A senior royal has never previously discussed her troubled marriage, her connection with the queen, and her goals, worries, and dreams in such a direct, unfiltered manner. After 25 years, the late princess’s biographer, Andrew Morton, has listened to the tapes again to provide surprising new insights into her life and thinking.

Capote’s Women

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The years after the release of In Cold Blood in 1966 and Breakfast at Tiffany’s in 1958 are explored by best-selling biographer Laurence Leamer. Capote worked on what he thought would be his greatest work, Answered Prayers, for many years. The thinly fictionalized lives (and scandals) of his closest female confidantes, however, were made public when he ultimately published a few chapters in Esquire.

Broken Horses: A Memoir

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On the outskirts of Seattle, Brandi Carlile was born into a musically talented but poor family. Brandi almost died when she developed bacterial meningitis at the age of five. Broken Horses is both a reflection on the events and lyrics that have influenced the life of a creative mind. It is evocative and piercingly honest. Broken Horses examines faith through the eyes of a person who has been rejected by the fundamental beliefs of the church.

Bonus: Trixie and Katya’s Guide to Modern Womanhood

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The Future Is Inclusive selection by The Book Guide®: The audiobook by Trixie and Katya is a classic manual on female social graces. The couple offers advice to readers on fashion and beauty through articles, dialogues, and how-to sections. They discuss friendship, self-love, and other crucial aspects of a happy household while offering high-concept advice and sharing personal experiences. Trixie and Katya’s Guide to Modern Womanhood is the audiobook their followers have been waiting for, and it is educational, amusing, and touching.

Bonus: Incomparable

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Twin sisters Brie and Nikki Bella are also entrepreneurs, philanthropists, WWE Hall of Famers, and the stars of the popular E! series Total Bellas and Total Divas. According to legend, Nikki dropped-kicked Brie in the womb so that she could arrive first. Together, the Bellas accomplished a lot when they entered the WWE, including starting businesses like Birdiebee, Nicole + Brizee Beauty, and Bonita Bonita Wine, as well as creating the Bella Army and assisting other female performers in their journey from Divas to Superstars.

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