Are you new to audiobooks in the last year? Have you been listening to them forever but discovered something new this year? Favorite titles? New times/places to listen? This is your chance to introduce yourself and your general listening experience.
I have listened to audio books seemingly forever, but new to being part of Audio Book Week.
So far my fave places to listen are longdistance driving in my car.
A new way for me to listen is via my kindle, which makes it even handier with the number
of books I now have available.
I love having a story read to me since a child, but I am pretty selective in audios according
to the narrator. Luv a good voice and especially a British accent =)
Agatha Christie mysteries are always great for that!
Last summer I listened to most of Jane Austen's books on audio while travelling.
I have just won a brand new audio release of Sally Smith O'Rourke's
Yours Affectionately, Jane Austen
so will have to give that a listen during this week
[amongst others on the stack!]
Louis L'Amour audio books for my nephews [who love LL!]
I recently found 3 vintage Sherlock Holmes re-dos I'm anxious to listen to...
I get 2 free monthly audio books via Oasis Audio, with over 3500 titles to choose from