Or at least, that’s what I feel I’ve been doing. I’ve been immersed in reading lately. Mostly fanfic (Teen Wolf got its teeth in me – haha, see what I did there?). Not quite ready to give a recommendation yet, as the one I’m currently reading is part of a very (very!) long arc and I want to see where it goes before giving a link.
We’ve been listening – for the umpteenth time, seriously I can’t remember how many – to Harry Potter in the car now that I’ve gotten my hands on a doohickey that’ll let me play audio books. We no longer have a subscription for Audible, which is what we used to get our books in the past, and I was lamenting the fact we couldn’t get new ones yet. Lo and behold, I got an e-mail from Amazon about updates to our Prime membership.
Did you know that you get free Audible channels now? Not quite all audio books, like with a membership, but still a fair amount of choice. I’ll admit, I did a little happy dance when I saw that. I also looked into (not sure how long that’s been around, but I had not seen it before) the Prime Reading thing. So. Many. Books! Including some with free Audio! Now I want to read all the things!!!
Where do you get your audio books from? The library is out for us since we listen to books together in the car and it takes us much, much longer than the limited time they let you have them.
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I’m lucky enough that my library has a huge CD audiobook collection that I can order online, they email me when the book is pulled for me, and I can pick it up and burn it over to my iTunes. I can listen at my leisure and then delete the file when I’m done. They have an extensive e-audiobook system but I haven’t started using it yet. I’ll have to eventually because several audiobooks I want to listen to during my commute are only available that way.
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yeah, not an option either, unfortunately, for various reasons. It certainly is a good way of doing it, though.