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January 30, 2016


Carole @ From My Carolina Home

Wow, doing audio books is really working for you! I am still working on a Jeffrey Archer that I started a month ago, but it is a paper book that I have to find time to read. I have got to look into audio!
Go Panthers!


I wrote down some of these books as we like some of the same books, I will see if they are available through the library for kindle - I've been turning more to my library lately to download e books - saving me a little money although some of the books I have to be on a waiting list. I have put myself on more of a budget for books, I've been spending too much!


I added the Vince Flynn title to my library's audio wish list so I won't forget it when I finish my current book.


I just finished Survivor as audiobook yesterday while quilting. I really enjoyed what George Guidall had to say at the end. Interestingly, I saw a graph the other day about how children drop off reading as they get older. The biggest drop occurs as they learn to read and people stop reading to them. That reinforced what GG said about us being auditory creatures. While I love to read a book, listening to it while seeing and traveling is a real treat.

Mary Anne

I've never tried an audio book - preferring instead to hold a real live book in my hands. I know myself well enough that I would sink into the story and that would then defeat the purpose of being able to do something else while the book is 'running'. I can see me sitting there listening and lose an entire time slot.


I just finished reading The Martian by Andy Weir. I thought it was excellent. I read it in book form, not audio, so I can't tell you how it would be to listen to it. And I have not seen the movie, so can't compare to that, either! But it is well worth the read!

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