Where do you learn about great
As I have mentioned before this week, I have an Audible membership.Which I adore. Even though I have quite a back log of audios in my library I still love every month when I can go and pick a new book. I use to have a membership to christianaudio.com but I didn't like the fact that your purchases were deleted after a matter of time so I had to either download all those books to my computer or burn them onto cds. That took up alot of space whether physically or digitally. I have the Audible app on my phone so I can just delete or download whenever I want straight to my phone which is where I listen to most of my audiobooks. It also has a neat little feature that I can set it to go to sleep and it will turn itself off. This is nice when I listen before I go to sleep. I have also gotten books from the library. I have gotten several books in audio to review from publishers and I belong to the audio program for Christian audio.com (I don't mind the books being deleted so much if I didn't pay for them). I get my list of books for my wishlists mostly from other bloggers. I got Ready Player One because Sheila from Book Journey liked it so much. Alot of times I will look for a book in audio first if I have read alot of good reviews on it. Audio books are most times non review books so they don't have a time constraint on them and I can read (listen) to them on my timetable but I hope to go back to posting an audio book review once a week on here. Since I had that horrible experience with that one narrator I try to read the reviews before I buy a book on audible because that narrator was referenced several times and I should have taken the reviews to heart.