How do you decide what you’ll listen to? Do you mostly listen, or split time between listening and reading? Particularly if you split time, how do you decide what you’ll consume in audio and what in print?
Pretty much what I'm in the mood to hear - which is much the way I choose print books.
Am I ready for some non-fiction thoughtfulness ?
Am I needing some fluff to give my brain a break?
What am I interested in at the moment?
My choices for audio depend on what I have available.
Have I downloaded something I am ready to listen to?
Is it a good time to listen - enough time? no distractions?
or can I relax with a great book just to enjoy the pleasure of reading?
Public libraries are great for finding audio books. If they're not shelved, then a request will
bring them to my closest branch within days. Always a great option.
Another option I enjoy is checking out local charity/thrift shops.
I've found a Lot of amazing audio books and book sets for value priced listening!
Agatha Christie's 'Partners in Crime' series,
a vintage classic Durkin Hayes Pride and Prejudice,
3 'More New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes' -
[original radio dramas starring Nigel Bruce and Tom Conway]
in addition to the Louis L'Amours mentioned in yesterday's post.