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 been listening to audio books steadily since 2006 when my Husband bought me a MP3 player that came with a trial membership to Audible (because I had mentioned that I wanted to fill my 1/2 hour one way commute time more constructively) and I haven't turned back since (I actually wore that MP3 player out. I use my phone most of the time for listening now). I generally listen in the car but I do occasionally listen while I am doing stuff on the computer . I also use my audible app to listen before bed as I can set the app to go off by itself. I also listen while I am walking for exercise. I actually like to listen to longer books most of the time. I think I like to listen to longer books because that way I can read shorter books and get more read that way. I have listened to most of the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. I listened to Under the Dome by Stephen King. I have to the first Game of Thrones book. and I need to schedule the next ones in the Outlander series and the Game of Thrones series. It was a little difficult to listen to the Game of Thrones because so many of the names sound alike. I almost exclusively listen to James Patterson books on audio, They make a good filler book as I will quite often take a break in the middle of the longer books and listen to a shorter book. I also like to listen to Ted Dekker books on audio. I have noticed that I also like to listen to biographies and autobiographies on audio and it is usually a plus when the book is read by the person it is about (I listened to two books read by Carol Burnett and one read by Kristin Chenowith) One series of books that did not work for me on audio was The Hannah Swensen series by Joanne Fluke. I didn't like the recipes read to me. They are a more visual experience for me.