Do you Audio..book?


Hello and happy Friday. On my way down to work and my commute of an hour I realized that I could keep driving and never go to work. WHAT!! I know crazy, but I was listening to a great book and was entertained too much to stop. So, it got me wondering on how many people listen to audiobooks? I know I listen to at least 4 to 5 books a month due to my commute hours and I truly enjoy it, but does anyone else think the same?
I tend to get my audiobooks from the library, audible and Itunes. Audible is my favorite by far and now they have a special audioteens section that is great, but sometimes I find some titles that I want are unavailable.
So, do you audio...book? Why or why not? and if so what are your favorite titles? How do you get your audiobooks?

15 comments on "Do you Audio..book?"

15 comments:

  1. I also love Audible.. I enjoy listening when I have a long drive. Also when I am working in the yard or If I am at work before it opens...
    As for fav's I love the Gena Showalter Lords of the Underworld the reader is awesome! The Diana Gabaldon Outlander series (sorry it is just toooo long to read) *ducks head*
    but my favorite series on Audible is Christopher Moore's Love Bites series The reader enhances the already hysterical story.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes Im OBSESSED with audio books--it makes driving sooo fun and you feel like your accomplishing more--getting somewhere and reading, plus I just love hearing stories!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I just started with audio books and I love the convenience and love being able to "read" in the car, since I get a little carsick when I try to read while riding. Between the two libraries I use, I am well-stocked up on audio books! I did find it hard to connect with the story if I don't like the reader's voice, but that has only happened once.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I do use audiobooks...i have a short commute (15 minutes) to work but I will still listen because our radio stations here..eh. If they are really good audiobooks, I will listen while cleaning and working in the yard etc.

    I listen because it is safer than reading while driving..is that a good reason? lol (just kidding)

    ReplyDelete
  5. not huge on audio books but I am learning to like them more now than when I was a teenager. I listened to I, Alex Cross and was surprised of the level of action you could feel from listening to it...they even had gun shots and shattering glass..lol..it was quite fun to listen too. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. I Love Audio's! mostly I get them from the Library or put them on my I-pod(I have a special one just for books). I Travel alot so I use them then also when I'm cleaning or working at home and I can't read.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I'm not a fan with audio books, but my Dad listens to them because he's super busy. I'm not sure why anyone wants to listen to audiobooks. I really don't know why. I only love to read the words so I can memorize them. I'm more of a reader than a listenter.

    Later!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I don't listen to audiobooks now. I did in the past, though. The audiobook for Catherine, Called Birdy is one of my favourites.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nope, I don't. I don't enjoy being read to is the main reason. I enjoy reading at my own pace and tone. I have a hard time envisioning what is being spoken to me rather than when I read it myself.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I'm keen to try an audiobook, just for the new experience of hearing a book instead of reading. I'd probably listen to it on my ipod, if that is at all possible.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I love audiobooks. I've listened to 14 so far this year. I listen to them when I drive around. Of course, on the rare times I clean house, I pop in my audio book too.

    I have to admit, I've lost track of where I was going when I've been entranced by my audio book. You are NOT alone!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Oh, I forgot to mention, I get my audio books from iTunes and Audible.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Love audiobooks. I get CDs and e-audiobooks from my library, as well as audible. Anything narrated by Jim Dale, Katherine Kellgren, or Nick Podehl is great. The narrator of the Skulduggery Plesant series is also very good and made the books for me!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Yep, I'm a big fan ever since I started driving instead of taking the train to work. My favorites to listen to --- Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job and the Bloodsucking Fiends trilogy; Lauren Myracle's Peace, Love, & Baby Ducks; Meg Cabot's Airhead; Philip Beard's Dear Zoe; James Dashner's The Maze Runner; Libba Bray's Going Bovine; Susan Beth Pfeffer's Life As We Knew It; and Elizabeth Scott's Living Dead Girl.

    My pet peeves with audiobooks: when male narrators try too hard to do a "light" female voice and when female narrators try too hard to do a "deep" male voice. The "girls" sound silly and the "boys" sound ... slow and stupid. Oh, and I hate it when the narration's overly theatrical -- like, you KNOW the person is used to being in plays and does that over-exaggerated theater voice.

    I've done Audible, but my library has an awesome teen audio section!

    ReplyDelete
  15. My library just started doing MP3 audiobook downloading (yeah, we're behind, lol) from Library2Go, but I don't really like audiobooks. They take a very long time, and that doesn't work for me so much 'cause I get bored, and I know I could listen to them while I'm doing housework and stuff but usually I listen to music when I do that, so... Plus sometimes I just don't like the narrator's voice, and I have issues remembering what happened, too.

    ReplyDelete

We would love to see what you have to say :)

~THE OPTIMISTIC PESSIMIST ~ wrote:
May 7, 2010 at 10:41 AM

I also love Audible.. I enjoy listening when I have a long drive. Also when I am working in the yard or If I am at work before it opens...
As for fav's I love the Gena Showalter Lords of the Underworld the reader is awesome! The Diana Gabaldon Outlander series (sorry it is just toooo long to read) *ducks head*
but my favorite series on Audible is Christopher Moore's Love Bites series The reader enhances the already hysterical story.


15 comments:

  1. I also love Audible.. I enjoy listening when I have a long drive. Also when I am working in the yard or If I am at work before it opens...
    As for fav's I love the Gena Showalter Lords of the Underworld the reader is awesome! The Diana Gabaldon Outlander series (sorry it is just toooo long to read) *ducks head*
    but my favorite series on Audible is Christopher Moore's Love Bites series The reader enhances the already hysterical story.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes Im OBSESSED with audio books--it makes driving sooo fun and you feel like your accomplishing more--getting somewhere and reading, plus I just love hearing stories!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I just started with audio books and I love the convenience and love being able to "read" in the car, since I get a little carsick when I try to read while riding. Between the two libraries I use, I am well-stocked up on audio books! I did find it hard to connect with the story if I don't like the reader's voice, but that has only happened once.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I do use audiobooks...i have a short commute (15 minutes) to work but I will still listen because our radio stations here..eh. If they are really good audiobooks, I will listen while cleaning and working in the yard etc.

    I listen because it is safer than reading while driving..is that a good reason? lol (just kidding)

    ReplyDelete
  5. not huge on audio books but I am learning to like them more now than when I was a teenager. I listened to I, Alex Cross and was surprised of the level of action you could feel from listening to it...they even had gun shots and shattering glass..lol..it was quite fun to listen too. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. I Love Audio's! mostly I get them from the Library or put them on my I-pod(I have a special one just for books). I Travel alot so I use them then also when I'm cleaning or working at home and I can't read.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I'm not a fan with audio books, but my Dad listens to them because he's super busy. I'm not sure why anyone wants to listen to audiobooks. I really don't know why. I only love to read the words so I can memorize them. I'm more of a reader than a listenter.

    Later!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I don't listen to audiobooks now. I did in the past, though. The audiobook for Catherine, Called Birdy is one of my favourites.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nope, I don't. I don't enjoy being read to is the main reason. I enjoy reading at my own pace and tone. I have a hard time envisioning what is being spoken to me rather than when I read it myself.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I'm keen to try an audiobook, just for the new experience of hearing a book instead of reading. I'd probably listen to it on my ipod, if that is at all possible.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I love audiobooks. I've listened to 14 so far this year. I listen to them when I drive around. Of course, on the rare times I clean house, I pop in my audio book too.

    I have to admit, I've lost track of where I was going when I've been entranced by my audio book. You are NOT alone!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Oh, I forgot to mention, I get my audio books from iTunes and Audible.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Love audiobooks. I get CDs and e-audiobooks from my library, as well as audible. Anything narrated by Jim Dale, Katherine Kellgren, or Nick Podehl is great. The narrator of the Skulduggery Plesant series is also very good and made the books for me!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Yep, I'm a big fan ever since I started driving instead of taking the train to work. My favorites to listen to --- Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job and the Bloodsucking Fiends trilogy; Lauren Myracle's Peace, Love, & Baby Ducks; Meg Cabot's Airhead; Philip Beard's Dear Zoe; James Dashner's The Maze Runner; Libba Bray's Going Bovine; Susan Beth Pfeffer's Life As We Knew It; and Elizabeth Scott's Living Dead Girl.

    My pet peeves with audiobooks: when male narrators try too hard to do a "light" female voice and when female narrators try too hard to do a "deep" male voice. The "girls" sound silly and the "boys" sound ... slow and stupid. Oh, and I hate it when the narration's overly theatrical -- like, you KNOW the person is used to being in plays and does that over-exaggerated theater voice.

    I've done Audible, but my library has an awesome teen audio section!

    ReplyDelete
  15. My library just started doing MP3 audiobook downloading (yeah, we're behind, lol) from Library2Go, but I don't really like audiobooks. They take a very long time, and that doesn't work for me so much 'cause I get bored, and I know I could listen to them while I'm doing housework and stuff but usually I listen to music when I do that, so... Plus sometimes I just don't like the narrator's voice, and I have issues remembering what happened, too.

    ReplyDelete

We would love to see what you have to say :)

Frankie Diane Mallis wrote:
May 7, 2010 at 10:58 AM

Yes Im OBSESSED with audio books--it makes driving sooo fun and you feel like your accomplishing more--getting somewhere and reading, plus I just love hearing stories!


15 comments:

  1. I also love Audible.. I enjoy listening when I have a long drive. Also when I am working in the yard or If I am at work before it opens...
    As for fav's I love the Gena Showalter Lords of the Underworld the reader is awesome! The Diana Gabaldon Outlander series (sorry it is just toooo long to read) *ducks head*
    but my favorite series on Audible is Christopher Moore's Love Bites series The reader enhances the already hysterical story.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes Im OBSESSED with audio books--it makes driving sooo fun and you feel like your accomplishing more--getting somewhere and reading, plus I just love hearing stories!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I just started with audio books and I love the convenience and love being able to "read" in the car, since I get a little carsick when I try to read while riding. Between the two libraries I use, I am well-stocked up on audio books! I did find it hard to connect with the story if I don't like the reader's voice, but that has only happened once.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I do use audiobooks...i have a short commute (15 minutes) to work but I will still listen because our radio stations here..eh. If they are really good audiobooks, I will listen while cleaning and working in the yard etc.

    I listen because it is safer than reading while driving..is that a good reason? lol (just kidding)

    ReplyDelete
  5. not huge on audio books but I am learning to like them more now than when I was a teenager. I listened to I, Alex Cross and was surprised of the level of action you could feel from listening to it...they even had gun shots and shattering glass..lol..it was quite fun to listen too. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. I Love Audio's! mostly I get them from the Library or put them on my I-pod(I have a special one just for books). I Travel alot so I use them then also when I'm cleaning or working at home and I can't read.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I'm not a fan with audio books, but my Dad listens to them because he's super busy. I'm not sure why anyone wants to listen to audiobooks. I really don't know why. I only love to read the words so I can memorize them. I'm more of a reader than a listenter.

    Later!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I don't listen to audiobooks now. I did in the past, though. The audiobook for Catherine, Called Birdy is one of my favourites.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nope, I don't. I don't enjoy being read to is the main reason. I enjoy reading at my own pace and tone. I have a hard time envisioning what is being spoken to me rather than when I read it myself.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I'm keen to try an audiobook, just for the new experience of hearing a book instead of reading. I'd probably listen to it on my ipod, if that is at all possible.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I love audiobooks. I've listened to 14 so far this year. I listen to them when I drive around. Of course, on the rare times I clean house, I pop in my audio book too.

    I have to admit, I've lost track of where I was going when I've been entranced by my audio book. You are NOT alone!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Oh, I forgot to mention, I get my audio books from iTunes and Audible.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Love audiobooks. I get CDs and e-audiobooks from my library, as well as audible. Anything narrated by Jim Dale, Katherine Kellgren, or Nick Podehl is great. The narrator of the Skulduggery Plesant series is also very good and made the books for me!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Yep, I'm a big fan ever since I started driving instead of taking the train to work. My favorites to listen to --- Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job and the Bloodsucking Fiends trilogy; Lauren Myracle's Peace, Love, & Baby Ducks; Meg Cabot's Airhead; Philip Beard's Dear Zoe; James Dashner's The Maze Runner; Libba Bray's Going Bovine; Susan Beth Pfeffer's Life As We Knew It; and Elizabeth Scott's Living Dead Girl.

    My pet peeves with audiobooks: when male narrators try too hard to do a "light" female voice and when female narrators try too hard to do a "deep" male voice. The "girls" sound silly and the "boys" sound ... slow and stupid. Oh, and I hate it when the narration's overly theatrical -- like, you KNOW the person is used to being in plays and does that over-exaggerated theater voice.

    I've done Audible, but my library has an awesome teen audio section!

    ReplyDelete
  15. My library just started doing MP3 audiobook downloading (yeah, we're behind, lol) from Library2Go, but I don't really like audiobooks. They take a very long time, and that doesn't work for me so much 'cause I get bored, and I know I could listen to them while I'm doing housework and stuff but usually I listen to music when I do that, so... Plus sometimes I just don't like the narrator's voice, and I have issues remembering what happened, too.

    ReplyDelete

We would love to see what you have to say :)

Little Miss Becky :) wrote:
May 7, 2010 at 11:33 AM

I just started with audio books and I love the convenience and love being able to "read" in the car, since I get a little carsick when I try to read while riding. Between the two libraries I use, I am well-stocked up on audio books! I did find it hard to connect with the story if I don't like the reader's voice, but that has only happened once.


15 comments:

  1. I also love Audible.. I enjoy listening when I have a long drive. Also when I am working in the yard or If I am at work before it opens...
    As for fav's I love the Gena Showalter Lords of the Underworld the reader is awesome! The Diana Gabaldon Outlander series (sorry it is just toooo long to read) *ducks head*
    but my favorite series on Audible is Christopher Moore's Love Bites series The reader enhances the already hysterical story.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes Im OBSESSED with audio books--it makes driving sooo fun and you feel like your accomplishing more--getting somewhere and reading, plus I just love hearing stories!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I just started with audio books and I love the convenience and love being able to "read" in the car, since I get a little carsick when I try to read while riding. Between the two libraries I use, I am well-stocked up on audio books! I did find it hard to connect with the story if I don't like the reader's voice, but that has only happened once.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I do use audiobooks...i have a short commute (15 minutes) to work but I will still listen because our radio stations here..eh. If they are really good audiobooks, I will listen while cleaning and working in the yard etc.

    I listen because it is safer than reading while driving..is that a good reason? lol (just kidding)

    ReplyDelete
  5. not huge on audio books but I am learning to like them more now than when I was a teenager. I listened to I, Alex Cross and was surprised of the level of action you could feel from listening to it...they even had gun shots and shattering glass..lol..it was quite fun to listen too. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. I Love Audio's! mostly I get them from the Library or put them on my I-pod(I have a special one just for books). I Travel alot so I use them then also when I'm cleaning or working at home and I can't read.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I'm not a fan with audio books, but my Dad listens to them because he's super busy. I'm not sure why anyone wants to listen to audiobooks. I really don't know why. I only love to read the words so I can memorize them. I'm more of a reader than a listenter.

    Later!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I don't listen to audiobooks now. I did in the past, though. The audiobook for Catherine, Called Birdy is one of my favourites.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nope, I don't. I don't enjoy being read to is the main reason. I enjoy reading at my own pace and tone. I have a hard time envisioning what is being spoken to me rather than when I read it myself.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I'm keen to try an audiobook, just for the new experience of hearing a book instead of reading. I'd probably listen to it on my ipod, if that is at all possible.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I love audiobooks. I've listened to 14 so far this year. I listen to them when I drive around. Of course, on the rare times I clean house, I pop in my audio book too.

    I have to admit, I've lost track of where I was going when I've been entranced by my audio book. You are NOT alone!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Oh, I forgot to mention, I get my audio books from iTunes and Audible.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Love audiobooks. I get CDs and e-audiobooks from my library, as well as audible. Anything narrated by Jim Dale, Katherine Kellgren, or Nick Podehl is great. The narrator of the Skulduggery Plesant series is also very good and made the books for me!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Yep, I'm a big fan ever since I started driving instead of taking the train to work. My favorites to listen to --- Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job and the Bloodsucking Fiends trilogy; Lauren Myracle's Peace, Love, & Baby Ducks; Meg Cabot's Airhead; Philip Beard's Dear Zoe; James Dashner's The Maze Runner; Libba Bray's Going Bovine; Susan Beth Pfeffer's Life As We Knew It; and Elizabeth Scott's Living Dead Girl.

    My pet peeves with audiobooks: when male narrators try too hard to do a "light" female voice and when female narrators try too hard to do a "deep" male voice. The "girls" sound silly and the "boys" sound ... slow and stupid. Oh, and I hate it when the narration's overly theatrical -- like, you KNOW the person is used to being in plays and does that over-exaggerated theater voice.

    I've done Audible, but my library has an awesome teen audio section!

    ReplyDelete
  15. My library just started doing MP3 audiobook downloading (yeah, we're behind, lol) from Library2Go, but I don't really like audiobooks. They take a very long time, and that doesn't work for me so much 'cause I get bored, and I know I could listen to them while I'm doing housework and stuff but usually I listen to music when I do that, so... Plus sometimes I just don't like the narrator's voice, and I have issues remembering what happened, too.

    ReplyDelete

We would love to see what you have to say :)

Wicked Walker wrote:
May 7, 2010 at 11:43 AM

I do use audiobooks...i have a short commute (15 minutes) to work but I will still listen because our radio stations here..eh. If they are really good audiobooks, I will listen while cleaning and working in the yard etc.

I listen because it is safer than reading while driving..is that a good reason? lol (just kidding)


15 comments:

  1. I also love Audible.. I enjoy listening when I have a long drive. Also when I am working in the yard or If I am at work before it opens...
    As for fav's I love the Gena Showalter Lords of the Underworld the reader is awesome! The Diana Gabaldon Outlander series (sorry it is just toooo long to read) *ducks head*
    but my favorite series on Audible is Christopher Moore's Love Bites series The reader enhances the already hysterical story.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes Im OBSESSED with audio books--it makes driving sooo fun and you feel like your accomplishing more--getting somewhere and reading, plus I just love hearing stories!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I just started with audio books and I love the convenience and love being able to "read" in the car, since I get a little carsick when I try to read while riding. Between the two libraries I use, I am well-stocked up on audio books! I did find it hard to connect with the story if I don't like the reader's voice, but that has only happened once.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I do use audiobooks...i have a short commute (15 minutes) to work but I will still listen because our radio stations here..eh. If they are really good audiobooks, I will listen while cleaning and working in the yard etc.

    I listen because it is safer than reading while driving..is that a good reason? lol (just kidding)

    ReplyDelete
  5. not huge on audio books but I am learning to like them more now than when I was a teenager. I listened to I, Alex Cross and was surprised of the level of action you could feel from listening to it...they even had gun shots and shattering glass..lol..it was quite fun to listen too. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. I Love Audio's! mostly I get them from the Library or put them on my I-pod(I have a special one just for books). I Travel alot so I use them then also when I'm cleaning or working at home and I can't read.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I'm not a fan with audio books, but my Dad listens to them because he's super busy. I'm not sure why anyone wants to listen to audiobooks. I really don't know why. I only love to read the words so I can memorize them. I'm more of a reader than a listenter.

    Later!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I don't listen to audiobooks now. I did in the past, though. The audiobook for Catherine, Called Birdy is one of my favourites.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nope, I don't. I don't enjoy being read to is the main reason. I enjoy reading at my own pace and tone. I have a hard time envisioning what is being spoken to me rather than when I read it myself.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I'm keen to try an audiobook, just for the new experience of hearing a book instead of reading. I'd probably listen to it on my ipod, if that is at all possible.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I love audiobooks. I've listened to 14 so far this year. I listen to them when I drive around. Of course, on the rare times I clean house, I pop in my audio book too.

    I have to admit, I've lost track of where I was going when I've been entranced by my audio book. You are NOT alone!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Oh, I forgot to mention, I get my audio books from iTunes and Audible.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Love audiobooks. I get CDs and e-audiobooks from my library, as well as audible. Anything narrated by Jim Dale, Katherine Kellgren, or Nick Podehl is great. The narrator of the Skulduggery Plesant series is also very good and made the books for me!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Yep, I'm a big fan ever since I started driving instead of taking the train to work. My favorites to listen to --- Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job and the Bloodsucking Fiends trilogy; Lauren Myracle's Peace, Love, & Baby Ducks; Meg Cabot's Airhead; Philip Beard's Dear Zoe; James Dashner's The Maze Runner; Libba Bray's Going Bovine; Susan Beth Pfeffer's Life As We Knew It; and Elizabeth Scott's Living Dead Girl.

    My pet peeves with audiobooks: when male narrators try too hard to do a "light" female voice and when female narrators try too hard to do a "deep" male voice. The "girls" sound silly and the "boys" sound ... slow and stupid. Oh, and I hate it when the narration's overly theatrical -- like, you KNOW the person is used to being in plays and does that over-exaggerated theater voice.

    I've done Audible, but my library has an awesome teen audio section!

    ReplyDelete
  15. My library just started doing MP3 audiobook downloading (yeah, we're behind, lol) from Library2Go, but I don't really like audiobooks. They take a very long time, and that doesn't work for me so much 'cause I get bored, and I know I could listen to them while I'm doing housework and stuff but usually I listen to music when I do that, so... Plus sometimes I just don't like the narrator's voice, and I have issues remembering what happened, too.

    ReplyDelete

We would love to see what you have to say :)

ladystorm wrote:
May 7, 2010 at 2:47 PM

not huge on audio books but I am learning to like them more now than when I was a teenager. I listened to I, Alex Cross and was surprised of the level of action you could feel from listening to it...they even had gun shots and shattering glass..lol..it was quite fun to listen too. :)


15 comments:

  1. I also love Audible.. I enjoy listening when I have a long drive. Also when I am working in the yard or If I am at work before it opens...
    As for fav's I love the Gena Showalter Lords of the Underworld the reader is awesome! The Diana Gabaldon Outlander series (sorry it is just toooo long to read) *ducks head*
    but my favorite series on Audible is Christopher Moore's Love Bites series The reader enhances the already hysterical story.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes Im OBSESSED with audio books--it makes driving sooo fun and you feel like your accomplishing more--getting somewhere and reading, plus I just love hearing stories!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I just started with audio books and I love the convenience and love being able to "read" in the car, since I get a little carsick when I try to read while riding. Between the two libraries I use, I am well-stocked up on audio books! I did find it hard to connect with the story if I don't like the reader's voice, but that has only happened once.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I do use audiobooks...i have a short commute (15 minutes) to work but I will still listen because our radio stations here..eh. If they are really good audiobooks, I will listen while cleaning and working in the yard etc.

    I listen because it is safer than reading while driving..is that a good reason? lol (just kidding)

    ReplyDelete
  5. not huge on audio books but I am learning to like them more now than when I was a teenager. I listened to I, Alex Cross and was surprised of the level of action you could feel from listening to it...they even had gun shots and shattering glass..lol..it was quite fun to listen too. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. I Love Audio's! mostly I get them from the Library or put them on my I-pod(I have a special one just for books). I Travel alot so I use them then also when I'm cleaning or working at home and I can't read.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I'm not a fan with audio books, but my Dad listens to them because he's super busy. I'm not sure why anyone wants to listen to audiobooks. I really don't know why. I only love to read the words so I can memorize them. I'm more of a reader than a listenter.

    Later!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I don't listen to audiobooks now. I did in the past, though. The audiobook for Catherine, Called Birdy is one of my favourites.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nope, I don't. I don't enjoy being read to is the main reason. I enjoy reading at my own pace and tone. I have a hard time envisioning what is being spoken to me rather than when I read it myself.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I'm keen to try an audiobook, just for the new experience of hearing a book instead of reading. I'd probably listen to it on my ipod, if that is at all possible.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I love audiobooks. I've listened to 14 so far this year. I listen to them when I drive around. Of course, on the rare times I clean house, I pop in my audio book too.

    I have to admit, I've lost track of where I was going when I've been entranced by my audio book. You are NOT alone!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Oh, I forgot to mention, I get my audio books from iTunes and Audible.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Love audiobooks. I get CDs and e-audiobooks from my library, as well as audible. Anything narrated by Jim Dale, Katherine Kellgren, or Nick Podehl is great. The narrator of the Skulduggery Plesant series is also very good and made the books for me!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Yep, I'm a big fan ever since I started driving instead of taking the train to work. My favorites to listen to --- Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job and the Bloodsucking Fiends trilogy; Lauren Myracle's Peace, Love, & Baby Ducks; Meg Cabot's Airhead; Philip Beard's Dear Zoe; James Dashner's The Maze Runner; Libba Bray's Going Bovine; Susan Beth Pfeffer's Life As We Knew It; and Elizabeth Scott's Living Dead Girl.

    My pet peeves with audiobooks: when male narrators try too hard to do a "light" female voice and when female narrators try too hard to do a "deep" male voice. The "girls" sound silly and the "boys" sound ... slow and stupid. Oh, and I hate it when the narration's overly theatrical -- like, you KNOW the person is used to being in plays and does that over-exaggerated theater voice.

    I've done Audible, but my library has an awesome teen audio section!

    ReplyDelete
  15. My library just started doing MP3 audiobook downloading (yeah, we're behind, lol) from Library2Go, but I don't really like audiobooks. They take a very long time, and that doesn't work for me so much 'cause I get bored, and I know I could listen to them while I'm doing housework and stuff but usually I listen to music when I do that, so... Plus sometimes I just don't like the narrator's voice, and I have issues remembering what happened, too.

    ReplyDelete

We would love to see what you have to say :)

Rachael(BookLove:Teen) wrote:
May 7, 2010 at 2:58 PM

I Love Audio's! mostly I get them from the Library or put them on my I-pod(I have a special one just for books). I Travel alot so I use them then also when I'm cleaning or working at home and I can't read.


15 comments:

  1. I also love Audible.. I enjoy listening when I have a long drive. Also when I am working in the yard or If I am at work before it opens...
    As for fav's I love the Gena Showalter Lords of the Underworld the reader is awesome! The Diana Gabaldon Outlander series (sorry it is just toooo long to read) *ducks head*
    but my favorite series on Audible is Christopher Moore's Love Bites series The reader enhances the already hysterical story.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes Im OBSESSED with audio books--it makes driving sooo fun and you feel like your accomplishing more--getting somewhere and reading, plus I just love hearing stories!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I just started with audio books and I love the convenience and love being able to "read" in the car, since I get a little carsick when I try to read while riding. Between the two libraries I use, I am well-stocked up on audio books! I did find it hard to connect with the story if I don't like the reader's voice, but that has only happened once.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I do use audiobooks...i have a short commute (15 minutes) to work but I will still listen because our radio stations here..eh. If they are really good audiobooks, I will listen while cleaning and working in the yard etc.

    I listen because it is safer than reading while driving..is that a good reason? lol (just kidding)

    ReplyDelete
  5. not huge on audio books but I am learning to like them more now than when I was a teenager. I listened to I, Alex Cross and was surprised of the level of action you could feel from listening to it...they even had gun shots and shattering glass..lol..it was quite fun to listen too. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. I Love Audio's! mostly I get them from the Library or put them on my I-pod(I have a special one just for books). I Travel alot so I use them then also when I'm cleaning or working at home and I can't read.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I'm not a fan with audio books, but my Dad listens to them because he's super busy. I'm not sure why anyone wants to listen to audiobooks. I really don't know why. I only love to read the words so I can memorize them. I'm more of a reader than a listenter.

    Later!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I don't listen to audiobooks now. I did in the past, though. The audiobook for Catherine, Called Birdy is one of my favourites.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nope, I don't. I don't enjoy being read to is the main reason. I enjoy reading at my own pace and tone. I have a hard time envisioning what is being spoken to me rather than when I read it myself.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I'm keen to try an audiobook, just for the new experience of hearing a book instead of reading. I'd probably listen to it on my ipod, if that is at all possible.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I love audiobooks. I've listened to 14 so far this year. I listen to them when I drive around. Of course, on the rare times I clean house, I pop in my audio book too.

    I have to admit, I've lost track of where I was going when I've been entranced by my audio book. You are NOT alone!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Oh, I forgot to mention, I get my audio books from iTunes and Audible.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Love audiobooks. I get CDs and e-audiobooks from my library, as well as audible. Anything narrated by Jim Dale, Katherine Kellgren, or Nick Podehl is great. The narrator of the Skulduggery Plesant series is also very good and made the books for me!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Yep, I'm a big fan ever since I started driving instead of taking the train to work. My favorites to listen to --- Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job and the Bloodsucking Fiends trilogy; Lauren Myracle's Peace, Love, & Baby Ducks; Meg Cabot's Airhead; Philip Beard's Dear Zoe; James Dashner's The Maze Runner; Libba Bray's Going Bovine; Susan Beth Pfeffer's Life As We Knew It; and Elizabeth Scott's Living Dead Girl.

    My pet peeves with audiobooks: when male narrators try too hard to do a "light" female voice and when female narrators try too hard to do a "deep" male voice. The "girls" sound silly and the "boys" sound ... slow and stupid. Oh, and I hate it when the narration's overly theatrical -- like, you KNOW the person is used to being in plays and does that over-exaggerated theater voice.

    I've done Audible, but my library has an awesome teen audio section!

    ReplyDelete
  15. My library just started doing MP3 audiobook downloading (yeah, we're behind, lol) from Library2Go, but I don't really like audiobooks. They take a very long time, and that doesn't work for me so much 'cause I get bored, and I know I could listen to them while I'm doing housework and stuff but usually I listen to music when I do that, so... Plus sometimes I just don't like the narrator's voice, and I have issues remembering what happened, too.

    ReplyDelete

We would love to see what you have to say :)

dlvampmistress wrote:
May 7, 2010 at 4:06 PM

I'm not a fan with audio books, but my Dad listens to them because he's super busy. I'm not sure why anyone wants to listen to audiobooks. I really don't know why. I only love to read the words so I can memorize them. I'm more of a reader than a listenter.

Later!


15 comments:

  1. I also love Audible.. I enjoy listening when I have a long drive. Also when I am working in the yard or If I am at work before it opens...
    As for fav's I love the Gena Showalter Lords of the Underworld the reader is awesome! The Diana Gabaldon Outlander series (sorry it is just toooo long to read) *ducks head*
    but my favorite series on Audible is Christopher Moore's Love Bites series The reader enhances the already hysterical story.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes Im OBSESSED with audio books--it makes driving sooo fun and you feel like your accomplishing more--getting somewhere and reading, plus I just love hearing stories!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I just started with audio books and I love the convenience and love being able to "read" in the car, since I get a little carsick when I try to read while riding. Between the two libraries I use, I am well-stocked up on audio books! I did find it hard to connect with the story if I don't like the reader's voice, but that has only happened once.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I do use audiobooks...i have a short commute (15 minutes) to work but I will still listen because our radio stations here..eh. If they are really good audiobooks, I will listen while cleaning and working in the yard etc.

    I listen because it is safer than reading while driving..is that a good reason? lol (just kidding)

    ReplyDelete
  5. not huge on audio books but I am learning to like them more now than when I was a teenager. I listened to I, Alex Cross and was surprised of the level of action you could feel from listening to it...they even had gun shots and shattering glass..lol..it was quite fun to listen too. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. I Love Audio's! mostly I get them from the Library or put them on my I-pod(I have a special one just for books). I Travel alot so I use them then also when I'm cleaning or working at home and I can't read.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I'm not a fan with audio books, but my Dad listens to them because he's super busy. I'm not sure why anyone wants to listen to audiobooks. I really don't know why. I only love to read the words so I can memorize them. I'm more of a reader than a listenter.

    Later!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I don't listen to audiobooks now. I did in the past, though. The audiobook for Catherine, Called Birdy is one of my favourites.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nope, I don't. I don't enjoy being read to is the main reason. I enjoy reading at my own pace and tone. I have a hard time envisioning what is being spoken to me rather than when I read it myself.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I'm keen to try an audiobook, just for the new experience of hearing a book instead of reading. I'd probably listen to it on my ipod, if that is at all possible.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I love audiobooks. I've listened to 14 so far this year. I listen to them when I drive around. Of course, on the rare times I clean house, I pop in my audio book too.

    I have to admit, I've lost track of where I was going when I've been entranced by my audio book. You are NOT alone!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Oh, I forgot to mention, I get my audio books from iTunes and Audible.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Love audiobooks. I get CDs and e-audiobooks from my library, as well as audible. Anything narrated by Jim Dale, Katherine Kellgren, or Nick Podehl is great. The narrator of the Skulduggery Plesant series is also very good and made the books for me!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Yep, I'm a big fan ever since I started driving instead of taking the train to work. My favorites to listen to --- Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job and the Bloodsucking Fiends trilogy; Lauren Myracle's Peace, Love, & Baby Ducks; Meg Cabot's Airhead; Philip Beard's Dear Zoe; James Dashner's The Maze Runner; Libba Bray's Going Bovine; Susan Beth Pfeffer's Life As We Knew It; and Elizabeth Scott's Living Dead Girl.

    My pet peeves with audiobooks: when male narrators try too hard to do a "light" female voice and when female narrators try too hard to do a "deep" male voice. The "girls" sound silly and the "boys" sound ... slow and stupid. Oh, and I hate it when the narration's overly theatrical -- like, you KNOW the person is used to being in plays and does that over-exaggerated theater voice.

    I've done Audible, but my library has an awesome teen audio section!

    ReplyDelete
  15. My library just started doing MP3 audiobook downloading (yeah, we're behind, lol) from Library2Go, but I don't really like audiobooks. They take a very long time, and that doesn't work for me so much 'cause I get bored, and I know I could listen to them while I'm doing housework and stuff but usually I listen to music when I do that, so... Plus sometimes I just don't like the narrator's voice, and I have issues remembering what happened, too.

    ReplyDelete

We would love to see what you have to say :)

La Coccinelle wrote:
May 7, 2010 at 6:41 PM

I don't listen to audiobooks now. I did in the past, though. The audiobook for Catherine, Called Birdy is one of my favourites.


15 comments:

  1. I also love Audible.. I enjoy listening when I have a long drive. Also when I am working in the yard or If I am at work before it opens...
    As for fav's I love the Gena Showalter Lords of the Underworld the reader is awesome! The Diana Gabaldon Outlander series (sorry it is just toooo long to read) *ducks head*
    but my favorite series on Audible is Christopher Moore's Love Bites series The reader enhances the already hysterical story.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes Im OBSESSED with audio books--it makes driving sooo fun and you feel like your accomplishing more--getting somewhere and reading, plus I just love hearing stories!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I just started with audio books and I love the convenience and love being able to "read" in the car, since I get a little carsick when I try to read while riding. Between the two libraries I use, I am well-stocked up on audio books! I did find it hard to connect with the story if I don't like the reader's voice, but that has only happened once.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I do use audiobooks...i have a short commute (15 minutes) to work but I will still listen because our radio stations here..eh. If they are really good audiobooks, I will listen while cleaning and working in the yard etc.

    I listen because it is safer than reading while driving..is that a good reason? lol (just kidding)

    ReplyDelete
  5. not huge on audio books but I am learning to like them more now than when I was a teenager. I listened to I, Alex Cross and was surprised of the level of action you could feel from listening to it...they even had gun shots and shattering glass..lol..it was quite fun to listen too. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. I Love Audio's! mostly I get them from the Library or put them on my I-pod(I have a special one just for books). I Travel alot so I use them then also when I'm cleaning or working at home and I can't read.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I'm not a fan with audio books, but my Dad listens to them because he's super busy. I'm not sure why anyone wants to listen to audiobooks. I really don't know why. I only love to read the words so I can memorize them. I'm more of a reader than a listenter.

    Later!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I don't listen to audiobooks now. I did in the past, though. The audiobook for Catherine, Called Birdy is one of my favourites.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nope, I don't. I don't enjoy being read to is the main reason. I enjoy reading at my own pace and tone. I have a hard time envisioning what is being spoken to me rather than when I read it myself.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I'm keen to try an audiobook, just for the new experience of hearing a book instead of reading. I'd probably listen to it on my ipod, if that is at all possible.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I love audiobooks. I've listened to 14 so far this year. I listen to them when I drive around. Of course, on the rare times I clean house, I pop in my audio book too.

    I have to admit, I've lost track of where I was going when I've been entranced by my audio book. You are NOT alone!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Oh, I forgot to mention, I get my audio books from iTunes and Audible.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Love audiobooks. I get CDs and e-audiobooks from my library, as well as audible. Anything narrated by Jim Dale, Katherine Kellgren, or Nick Podehl is great. The narrator of the Skulduggery Plesant series is also very good and made the books for me!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Yep, I'm a big fan ever since I started driving instead of taking the train to work. My favorites to listen to --- Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job and the Bloodsucking Fiends trilogy; Lauren Myracle's Peace, Love, & Baby Ducks; Meg Cabot's Airhead; Philip Beard's Dear Zoe; James Dashner's The Maze Runner; Libba Bray's Going Bovine; Susan Beth Pfeffer's Life As We Knew It; and Elizabeth Scott's Living Dead Girl.

    My pet peeves with audiobooks: when male narrators try too hard to do a "light" female voice and when female narrators try too hard to do a "deep" male voice. The "girls" sound silly and the "boys" sound ... slow and stupid. Oh, and I hate it when the narration's overly theatrical -- like, you KNOW the person is used to being in plays and does that over-exaggerated theater voice.

    I've done Audible, but my library has an awesome teen audio section!

    ReplyDelete
  15. My library just started doing MP3 audiobook downloading (yeah, we're behind, lol) from Library2Go, but I don't really like audiobooks. They take a very long time, and that doesn't work for me so much 'cause I get bored, and I know I could listen to them while I'm doing housework and stuff but usually I listen to music when I do that, so... Plus sometimes I just don't like the narrator's voice, and I have issues remembering what happened, too.

    ReplyDelete

We would love to see what you have to say :)

Jess (The Cozy Reader) wrote:
May 7, 2010 at 9:28 PM

Nope, I don't. I don't enjoy being read to is the main reason. I enjoy reading at my own pace and tone. I have a hard time envisioning what is being spoken to me rather than when I read it myself.


15 comments:

  1. I also love Audible.. I enjoy listening when I have a long drive. Also when I am working in the yard or If I am at work before it opens...
    As for fav's I love the Gena Showalter Lords of the Underworld the reader is awesome! The Diana Gabaldon Outlander series (sorry it is just toooo long to read) *ducks head*
    but my favorite series on Audible is Christopher Moore's Love Bites series The reader enhances the already hysterical story.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes Im OBSESSED with audio books--it makes driving sooo fun and you feel like your accomplishing more--getting somewhere and reading, plus I just love hearing stories!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I just started with audio books and I love the convenience and love being able to "read" in the car, since I get a little carsick when I try to read while riding. Between the two libraries I use, I am well-stocked up on audio books! I did find it hard to connect with the story if I don't like the reader's voice, but that has only happened once.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I do use audiobooks...i have a short commute (15 minutes) to work but I will still listen because our radio stations here..eh. If they are really good audiobooks, I will listen while cleaning and working in the yard etc.

    I listen because it is safer than reading while driving..is that a good reason? lol (just kidding)

    ReplyDelete
  5. not huge on audio books but I am learning to like them more now than when I was a teenager. I listened to I, Alex Cross and was surprised of the level of action you could feel from listening to it...they even had gun shots and shattering glass..lol..it was quite fun to listen too. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. I Love Audio's! mostly I get them from the Library or put them on my I-pod(I have a special one just for books). I Travel alot so I use them then also when I'm cleaning or working at home and I can't read.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I'm not a fan with audio books, but my Dad listens to them because he's super busy. I'm not sure why anyone wants to listen to audiobooks. I really don't know why. I only love to read the words so I can memorize them. I'm more of a reader than a listenter.

    Later!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I don't listen to audiobooks now. I did in the past, though. The audiobook for Catherine, Called Birdy is one of my favourites.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nope, I don't. I don't enjoy being read to is the main reason. I enjoy reading at my own pace and tone. I have a hard time envisioning what is being spoken to me rather than when I read it myself.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I'm keen to try an audiobook, just for the new experience of hearing a book instead of reading. I'd probably listen to it on my ipod, if that is at all possible.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I love audiobooks. I've listened to 14 so far this year. I listen to them when I drive around. Of course, on the rare times I clean house, I pop in my audio book too.

    I have to admit, I've lost track of where I was going when I've been entranced by my audio book. You are NOT alone!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Oh, I forgot to mention, I get my audio books from iTunes and Audible.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Love audiobooks. I get CDs and e-audiobooks from my library, as well as audible. Anything narrated by Jim Dale, Katherine Kellgren, or Nick Podehl is great. The narrator of the Skulduggery Plesant series is also very good and made the books for me!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Yep, I'm a big fan ever since I started driving instead of taking the train to work. My favorites to listen to --- Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job and the Bloodsucking Fiends trilogy; Lauren Myracle's Peace, Love, & Baby Ducks; Meg Cabot's Airhead; Philip Beard's Dear Zoe; James Dashner's The Maze Runner; Libba Bray's Going Bovine; Susan Beth Pfeffer's Life As We Knew It; and Elizabeth Scott's Living Dead Girl.

    My pet peeves with audiobooks: when male narrators try too hard to do a "light" female voice and when female narrators try too hard to do a "deep" male voice. The "girls" sound silly and the "boys" sound ... slow and stupid. Oh, and I hate it when the narration's overly theatrical -- like, you KNOW the person is used to being in plays and does that over-exaggerated theater voice.

    I've done Audible, but my library has an awesome teen audio section!

    ReplyDelete
  15. My library just started doing MP3 audiobook downloading (yeah, we're behind, lol) from Library2Go, but I don't really like audiobooks. They take a very long time, and that doesn't work for me so much 'cause I get bored, and I know I could listen to them while I'm doing housework and stuff but usually I listen to music when I do that, so... Plus sometimes I just don't like the narrator's voice, and I have issues remembering what happened, too.

    ReplyDelete

We would love to see what you have to say :)

Good Golly Miss Holly wrote:
May 8, 2010 at 12:25 AM

I'm keen to try an audiobook, just for the new experience of hearing a book instead of reading. I'd probably listen to it on my ipod, if that is at all possible.


15 comments:

  1. I also love Audible.. I enjoy listening when I have a long drive. Also when I am working in the yard or If I am at work before it opens...
    As for fav's I love the Gena Showalter Lords of the Underworld the reader is awesome! The Diana Gabaldon Outlander series (sorry it is just toooo long to read) *ducks head*
    but my favorite series on Audible is Christopher Moore's Love Bites series The reader enhances the already hysterical story.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes Im OBSESSED with audio books--it makes driving sooo fun and you feel like your accomplishing more--getting somewhere and reading, plus I just love hearing stories!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I just started with audio books and I love the convenience and love being able to "read" in the car, since I get a little carsick when I try to read while riding. Between the two libraries I use, I am well-stocked up on audio books! I did find it hard to connect with the story if I don't like the reader's voice, but that has only happened once.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I do use audiobooks...i have a short commute (15 minutes) to work but I will still listen because our radio stations here..eh. If they are really good audiobooks, I will listen while cleaning and working in the yard etc.

    I listen because it is safer than reading while driving..is that a good reason? lol (just kidding)

    ReplyDelete
  5. not huge on audio books but I am learning to like them more now than when I was a teenager. I listened to I, Alex Cross and was surprised of the level of action you could feel from listening to it...they even had gun shots and shattering glass..lol..it was quite fun to listen too. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. I Love Audio's! mostly I get them from the Library or put them on my I-pod(I have a special one just for books). I Travel alot so I use them then also when I'm cleaning or working at home and I can't read.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I'm not a fan with audio books, but my Dad listens to them because he's super busy. I'm not sure why anyone wants to listen to audiobooks. I really don't know why. I only love to read the words so I can memorize them. I'm more of a reader than a listenter.

    Later!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I don't listen to audiobooks now. I did in the past, though. The audiobook for Catherine, Called Birdy is one of my favourites.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nope, I don't. I don't enjoy being read to is the main reason. I enjoy reading at my own pace and tone. I have a hard time envisioning what is being spoken to me rather than when I read it myself.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I'm keen to try an audiobook, just for the new experience of hearing a book instead of reading. I'd probably listen to it on my ipod, if that is at all possible.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I love audiobooks. I've listened to 14 so far this year. I listen to them when I drive around. Of course, on the rare times I clean house, I pop in my audio book too.

    I have to admit, I've lost track of where I was going when I've been entranced by my audio book. You are NOT alone!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Oh, I forgot to mention, I get my audio books from iTunes and Audible.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Love audiobooks. I get CDs and e-audiobooks from my library, as well as audible. Anything narrated by Jim Dale, Katherine Kellgren, or Nick Podehl is great. The narrator of the Skulduggery Plesant series is also very good and made the books for me!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Yep, I'm a big fan ever since I started driving instead of taking the train to work. My favorites to listen to --- Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job and the Bloodsucking Fiends trilogy; Lauren Myracle's Peace, Love, & Baby Ducks; Meg Cabot's Airhead; Philip Beard's Dear Zoe; James Dashner's The Maze Runner; Libba Bray's Going Bovine; Susan Beth Pfeffer's Life As We Knew It; and Elizabeth Scott's Living Dead Girl.

    My pet peeves with audiobooks: when male narrators try too hard to do a "light" female voice and when female narrators try too hard to do a "deep" male voice. The "girls" sound silly and the "boys" sound ... slow and stupid. Oh, and I hate it when the narration's overly theatrical -- like, you KNOW the person is used to being in plays and does that over-exaggerated theater voice.

    I've done Audible, but my library has an awesome teen audio section!

    ReplyDelete
  15. My library just started doing MP3 audiobook downloading (yeah, we're behind, lol) from Library2Go, but I don't really like audiobooks. They take a very long time, and that doesn't work for me so much 'cause I get bored, and I know I could listen to them while I'm doing housework and stuff but usually I listen to music when I do that, so... Plus sometimes I just don't like the narrator's voice, and I have issues remembering what happened, too.

    ReplyDelete

We would love to see what you have to say :)

KarinLibrarian wrote:
May 8, 2010 at 9:33 AM

I love audiobooks. I've listened to 14 so far this year. I listen to them when I drive around. Of course, on the rare times I clean house, I pop in my audio book too.

I have to admit, I've lost track of where I was going when I've been entranced by my audio book. You are NOT alone!


15 comments:

  1. I also love Audible.. I enjoy listening when I have a long drive. Also when I am working in the yard or If I am at work before it opens...
    As for fav's I love the Gena Showalter Lords of the Underworld the reader is awesome! The Diana Gabaldon Outlander series (sorry it is just toooo long to read) *ducks head*
    but my favorite series on Audible is Christopher Moore's Love Bites series The reader enhances the already hysterical story.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes Im OBSESSED with audio books--it makes driving sooo fun and you feel like your accomplishing more--getting somewhere and reading, plus I just love hearing stories!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I just started with audio books and I love the convenience and love being able to "read" in the car, since I get a little carsick when I try to read while riding. Between the two libraries I use, I am well-stocked up on audio books! I did find it hard to connect with the story if I don't like the reader's voice, but that has only happened once.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I do use audiobooks...i have a short commute (15 minutes) to work but I will still listen because our radio stations here..eh. If they are really good audiobooks, I will listen while cleaning and working in the yard etc.

    I listen because it is safer than reading while driving..is that a good reason? lol (just kidding)

    ReplyDelete
  5. not huge on audio books but I am learning to like them more now than when I was a teenager. I listened to I, Alex Cross and was surprised of the level of action you could feel from listening to it...they even had gun shots and shattering glass..lol..it was quite fun to listen too. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. I Love Audio's! mostly I get them from the Library or put them on my I-pod(I have a special one just for books). I Travel alot so I use them then also when I'm cleaning or working at home and I can't read.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I'm not a fan with audio books, but my Dad listens to them because he's super busy. I'm not sure why anyone wants to listen to audiobooks. I really don't know why. I only love to read the words so I can memorize them. I'm more of a reader than a listenter.

    Later!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I don't listen to audiobooks now. I did in the past, though. The audiobook for Catherine, Called Birdy is one of my favourites.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nope, I don't. I don't enjoy being read to is the main reason. I enjoy reading at my own pace and tone. I have a hard time envisioning what is being spoken to me rather than when I read it myself.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I'm keen to try an audiobook, just for the new experience of hearing a book instead of reading. I'd probably listen to it on my ipod, if that is at all possible.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I love audiobooks. I've listened to 14 so far this year. I listen to them when I drive around. Of course, on the rare times I clean house, I pop in my audio book too.

    I have to admit, I've lost track of where I was going when I've been entranced by my audio book. You are NOT alone!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Oh, I forgot to mention, I get my audio books from iTunes and Audible.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Love audiobooks. I get CDs and e-audiobooks from my library, as well as audible. Anything narrated by Jim Dale, Katherine Kellgren, or Nick Podehl is great. The narrator of the Skulduggery Plesant series is also very good and made the books for me!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Yep, I'm a big fan ever since I started driving instead of taking the train to work. My favorites to listen to --- Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job and the Bloodsucking Fiends trilogy; Lauren Myracle's Peace, Love, & Baby Ducks; Meg Cabot's Airhead; Philip Beard's Dear Zoe; James Dashner's The Maze Runner; Libba Bray's Going Bovine; Susan Beth Pfeffer's Life As We Knew It; and Elizabeth Scott's Living Dead Girl.

    My pet peeves with audiobooks: when male narrators try too hard to do a "light" female voice and when female narrators try too hard to do a "deep" male voice. The "girls" sound silly and the "boys" sound ... slow and stupid. Oh, and I hate it when the narration's overly theatrical -- like, you KNOW the person is used to being in plays and does that over-exaggerated theater voice.

    I've done Audible, but my library has an awesome teen audio section!

    ReplyDelete
  15. My library just started doing MP3 audiobook downloading (yeah, we're behind, lol) from Library2Go, but I don't really like audiobooks. They take a very long time, and that doesn't work for me so much 'cause I get bored, and I know I could listen to them while I'm doing housework and stuff but usually I listen to music when I do that, so... Plus sometimes I just don't like the narrator's voice, and I have issues remembering what happened, too.

    ReplyDelete

We would love to see what you have to say :)

KarinLibrarian wrote:
May 8, 2010 at 9:36 AM

Oh, I forgot to mention, I get my audio books from iTunes and Audible.


15 comments:

  1. I also love Audible.. I enjoy listening when I have a long drive. Also when I am working in the yard or If I am at work before it opens...
    As for fav's I love the Gena Showalter Lords of the Underworld the reader is awesome! The Diana Gabaldon Outlander series (sorry it is just toooo long to read) *ducks head*
    but my favorite series on Audible is Christopher Moore's Love Bites series The reader enhances the already hysterical story.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes Im OBSESSED with audio books--it makes driving sooo fun and you feel like your accomplishing more--getting somewhere and reading, plus I just love hearing stories!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I just started with audio books and I love the convenience and love being able to "read" in the car, since I get a little carsick when I try to read while riding. Between the two libraries I use, I am well-stocked up on audio books! I did find it hard to connect with the story if I don't like the reader's voice, but that has only happened once.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I do use audiobooks...i have a short commute (15 minutes) to work but I will still listen because our radio stations here..eh. If they are really good audiobooks, I will listen while cleaning and working in the yard etc.

    I listen because it is safer than reading while driving..is that a good reason? lol (just kidding)

    ReplyDelete
  5. not huge on audio books but I am learning to like them more now than when I was a teenager. I listened to I, Alex Cross and was surprised of the level of action you could feel from listening to it...they even had gun shots and shattering glass..lol..it was quite fun to listen too. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. I Love Audio's! mostly I get them from the Library or put them on my I-pod(I have a special one just for books). I Travel alot so I use them then also when I'm cleaning or working at home and I can't read.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I'm not a fan with audio books, but my Dad listens to them because he's super busy. I'm not sure why anyone wants to listen to audiobooks. I really don't know why. I only love to read the words so I can memorize them. I'm more of a reader than a listenter.

    Later!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I don't listen to audiobooks now. I did in the past, though. The audiobook for Catherine, Called Birdy is one of my favourites.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nope, I don't. I don't enjoy being read to is the main reason. I enjoy reading at my own pace and tone. I have a hard time envisioning what is being spoken to me rather than when I read it myself.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I'm keen to try an audiobook, just for the new experience of hearing a book instead of reading. I'd probably listen to it on my ipod, if that is at all possible.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I love audiobooks. I've listened to 14 so far this year. I listen to them when I drive around. Of course, on the rare times I clean house, I pop in my audio book too.

    I have to admit, I've lost track of where I was going when I've been entranced by my audio book. You are NOT alone!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Oh, I forgot to mention, I get my audio books from iTunes and Audible.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Love audiobooks. I get CDs and e-audiobooks from my library, as well as audible. Anything narrated by Jim Dale, Katherine Kellgren, or Nick Podehl is great. The narrator of the Skulduggery Plesant series is also very good and made the books for me!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Yep, I'm a big fan ever since I started driving instead of taking the train to work. My favorites to listen to --- Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job and the Bloodsucking Fiends trilogy; Lauren Myracle's Peace, Love, & Baby Ducks; Meg Cabot's Airhead; Philip Beard's Dear Zoe; James Dashner's The Maze Runner; Libba Bray's Going Bovine; Susan Beth Pfeffer's Life As We Knew It; and Elizabeth Scott's Living Dead Girl.

    My pet peeves with audiobooks: when male narrators try too hard to do a "light" female voice and when female narrators try too hard to do a "deep" male voice. The "girls" sound silly and the "boys" sound ... slow and stupid. Oh, and I hate it when the narration's overly theatrical -- like, you KNOW the person is used to being in plays and does that over-exaggerated theater voice.

    I've done Audible, but my library has an awesome teen audio section!

    ReplyDelete
  15. My library just started doing MP3 audiobook downloading (yeah, we're behind, lol) from Library2Go, but I don't really like audiobooks. They take a very long time, and that doesn't work for me so much 'cause I get bored, and I know I could listen to them while I'm doing housework and stuff but usually I listen to music when I do that, so... Plus sometimes I just don't like the narrator's voice, and I have issues remembering what happened, too.

    ReplyDelete

We would love to see what you have to say :)

GreenBeanTeenQueen wrote:
May 8, 2010 at 10:11 AM

Love audiobooks. I get CDs and e-audiobooks from my library, as well as audible. Anything narrated by Jim Dale, Katherine Kellgren, or Nick Podehl is great. The narrator of the Skulduggery Plesant series is also very good and made the books for me!


15 comments:

  1. I also love Audible.. I enjoy listening when I have a long drive. Also when I am working in the yard or If I am at work before it opens...
    As for fav's I love the Gena Showalter Lords of the Underworld the reader is awesome! The Diana Gabaldon Outlander series (sorry it is just toooo long to read) *ducks head*
    but my favorite series on Audible is Christopher Moore's Love Bites series The reader enhances the already hysterical story.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes Im OBSESSED with audio books--it makes driving sooo fun and you feel like your accomplishing more--getting somewhere and reading, plus I just love hearing stories!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I just started with audio books and I love the convenience and love being able to "read" in the car, since I get a little carsick when I try to read while riding. Between the two libraries I use, I am well-stocked up on audio books! I did find it hard to connect with the story if I don't like the reader's voice, but that has only happened once.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I do use audiobooks...i have a short commute (15 minutes) to work but I will still listen because our radio stations here..eh. If they are really good audiobooks, I will listen while cleaning and working in the yard etc.

    I listen because it is safer than reading while driving..is that a good reason? lol (just kidding)

    ReplyDelete
  5. not huge on audio books but I am learning to like them more now than when I was a teenager. I listened to I, Alex Cross and was surprised of the level of action you could feel from listening to it...they even had gun shots and shattering glass..lol..it was quite fun to listen too. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. I Love Audio's! mostly I get them from the Library or put them on my I-pod(I have a special one just for books). I Travel alot so I use them then also when I'm cleaning or working at home and I can't read.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I'm not a fan with audio books, but my Dad listens to them because he's super busy. I'm not sure why anyone wants to listen to audiobooks. I really don't know why. I only love to read the words so I can memorize them. I'm more of a reader than a listenter.

    Later!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I don't listen to audiobooks now. I did in the past, though. The audiobook for Catherine, Called Birdy is one of my favourites.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nope, I don't. I don't enjoy being read to is the main reason. I enjoy reading at my own pace and tone. I have a hard time envisioning what is being spoken to me rather than when I read it myself.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I'm keen to try an audiobook, just for the new experience of hearing a book instead of reading. I'd probably listen to it on my ipod, if that is at all possible.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I love audiobooks. I've listened to 14 so far this year. I listen to them when I drive around. Of course, on the rare times I clean house, I pop in my audio book too.

    I have to admit, I've lost track of where I was going when I've been entranced by my audio book. You are NOT alone!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Oh, I forgot to mention, I get my audio books from iTunes and Audible.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Love audiobooks. I get CDs and e-audiobooks from my library, as well as audible. Anything narrated by Jim Dale, Katherine Kellgren, or Nick Podehl is great. The narrator of the Skulduggery Plesant series is also very good and made the books for me!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Yep, I'm a big fan ever since I started driving instead of taking the train to work. My favorites to listen to --- Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job and the Bloodsucking Fiends trilogy; Lauren Myracle's Peace, Love, & Baby Ducks; Meg Cabot's Airhead; Philip Beard's Dear Zoe; James Dashner's The Maze Runner; Libba Bray's Going Bovine; Susan Beth Pfeffer's Life As We Knew It; and Elizabeth Scott's Living Dead Girl.

    My pet peeves with audiobooks: when male narrators try too hard to do a "light" female voice and when female narrators try too hard to do a "deep" male voice. The "girls" sound silly and the "boys" sound ... slow and stupid. Oh, and I hate it when the narration's overly theatrical -- like, you KNOW the person is used to being in plays and does that over-exaggerated theater voice.

    I've done Audible, but my library has an awesome teen audio section!

    ReplyDelete
  15. My library just started doing MP3 audiobook downloading (yeah, we're behind, lol) from Library2Go, but I don't really like audiobooks. They take a very long time, and that doesn't work for me so much 'cause I get bored, and I know I could listen to them while I'm doing housework and stuff but usually I listen to music when I do that, so... Plus sometimes I just don't like the narrator's voice, and I have issues remembering what happened, too.

    ReplyDelete

We would love to see what you have to say :)

Donna Gambale wrote:
May 10, 2010 at 1:08 PM

Yep, I'm a big fan ever since I started driving instead of taking the train to work. My favorites to listen to --- Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job and the Bloodsucking Fiends trilogy; Lauren Myracle's Peace, Love, & Baby Ducks; Meg Cabot's Airhead; Philip Beard's Dear Zoe; James Dashner's The Maze Runner; Libba Bray's Going Bovine; Susan Beth Pfeffer's Life As We Knew It; and Elizabeth Scott's Living Dead Girl.

My pet peeves with audiobooks: when male narrators try too hard to do a "light" female voice and when female narrators try too hard to do a "deep" male voice. The "girls" sound silly and the "boys" sound ... slow and stupid. Oh, and I hate it when the narration's overly theatrical -- like, you KNOW the person is used to being in plays and does that over-exaggerated theater voice.

I've done Audible, but my library has an awesome teen audio section!


15 comments:

  1. I also love Audible.. I enjoy listening when I have a long drive. Also when I am working in the yard or If I am at work before it opens...
    As for fav's I love the Gena Showalter Lords of the Underworld the reader is awesome! The Diana Gabaldon Outlander series (sorry it is just toooo long to read) *ducks head*
    but my favorite series on Audible is Christopher Moore's Love Bites series The reader enhances the already hysterical story.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes Im OBSESSED with audio books--it makes driving sooo fun and you feel like your accomplishing more--getting somewhere and reading, plus I just love hearing stories!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I just started with audio books and I love the convenience and love being able to "read" in the car, since I get a little carsick when I try to read while riding. Between the two libraries I use, I am well-stocked up on audio books! I did find it hard to connect with the story if I don't like the reader's voice, but that has only happened once.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I do use audiobooks...i have a short commute (15 minutes) to work but I will still listen because our radio stations here..eh. If they are really good audiobooks, I will listen while cleaning and working in the yard etc.

    I listen because it is safer than reading while driving..is that a good reason? lol (just kidding)

    ReplyDelete
  5. not huge on audio books but I am learning to like them more now than when I was a teenager. I listened to I, Alex Cross and was surprised of the level of action you could feel from listening to it...they even had gun shots and shattering glass..lol..it was quite fun to listen too. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. I Love Audio's! mostly I get them from the Library or put them on my I-pod(I have a special one just for books). I Travel alot so I use them then also when I'm cleaning or working at home and I can't read.

    ReplyDelete
  7. I'm not a fan with audio books, but my Dad listens to them because he's super busy. I'm not sure why anyone wants to listen to audiobooks. I really don't know why. I only love to read the words so I can memorize them. I'm more of a reader than a listenter.

    Later!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I don't listen to audiobooks now. I did in the past, though. The audiobook for Catherine, Called Birdy is one of my favourites.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Nope, I don't. I don't enjoy being read to is the main reason. I enjoy reading at my own pace and tone. I have a hard time envisioning what is being spoken to me rather than when I read it myself.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I'm keen to try an audiobook, just for the new experience of hearing a book instead of reading. I'd probably listen to it on my ipod, if that is at all possible.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I love audiobooks. I've listened to 14 so far this year. I listen to them when I drive around. Of course, on the rare times I clean house, I pop in my audio book too.

    I have to admit, I've lost track of where I was going when I've been entranced by my audio book. You are NOT alone!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Oh, I forgot to mention, I get my audio books from iTunes and Audible.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Love audiobooks. I get CDs and e-audiobooks from my library, as well as audible. Anything narrated by Jim Dale, Katherine Kellgren, or Nick Podehl is great. The narrator of the Skulduggery Plesant series is also very good and made the books for me!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Yep, I'm a big fan ever since I started driving instead of taking the train to work. My favorites to listen to --- Christopher Moore's A Dirty Job and the Bloodsucking Fiends trilogy; Lauren Myracle's Peace, Love, & Baby Ducks; Meg Cabot's Airhead; Philip Beard's Dear Zoe; James Dashner's The Maze Runner; Libba Bray's Going Bovine; Susan Beth Pfeffer's Life As We Knew It; and Elizabeth Scott's Living Dead Girl.

    My pet peeves with audiobooks: when male narrators try too hard to do a "light" female voice and when female narrators try too hard to do a "deep" male voice. The "girls" sound silly and the "boys" sound ... slow and stupid. Oh, and I hate it when the narration's overly theatrical -- like, you KNOW the person is used to being in plays and does that over-exaggerated theater voice.

    I've done Audible, but my library has an awesome teen audio section!

    ReplyDelete
  15. My library just started doing MP3 audiobook downloading (yeah, we're behind, lol) from Library2Go, but I don't really like audiobooks. They take a very long time, and that doesn't work for me so much 'cause I get bored, and I know I could listen to them while I'm doing housework and stuff but usually I listen to music when I do that, so... Plus sometimes I just don't like the narrator's voice, and I have issues remembering what happened, too.

    ReplyDelete

We would love to see what you have to say :)

Laina wrote:
May 17, 2010 at 5:42 PM

My library just started doing MP3 audiobook downloading (yeah, we're behind, lol) from Library2Go, but I don't really like audiobooks. They take a very long time, and that doesn't work for me so much 'cause I get bored, and I know I could listen to them while I'm doing housework and stuff but usually I listen to music when I do that, so... Plus sometimes I just don't like the narrator's voice, and I have issues remembering what happened, too.


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WILL RITTER
Books Inc. at Laurel Village
Monday, August 29 @ 7pm

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Copperfield's in Petaluma
Tuesday, August 30 @ 4pm

Book Launch: SABAA TAHIR
Kepler's in Menlo Park
Tuesday, August 30 @ 7pm

SEPTEMBER

RANSOM RIGGS AND TAHEREH MAFI

Kepler's in Menlo Park
Thursday, September 1 @ 7pm

RANSOM RIGGS-LOOP DAY

Rakestraw Books in Danville
Saturday, September 3 @ 9am TICKETED EVENT

RANSOM RIGGS-LOOP DAY

A Great Good Place for Books in Montclair
Saturday, September 3 @ 11am TICKETED EVENT

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NYMBC Books Inc. Opera Plaza
Saturday, September 3 @ 2pm TICKETED EVENT

RANSOM RIGGS-LOOP DAY

Book Passage in Corte Madera
Saturday, September 3 @ 4:30pm

RANSOM RIGGS-LOOP DAY
Copperfield's in Petaluma
Saturday, September 3 @ 7pm

KIM ZARINS
The Avid Read in Davis
Sunday, September 11 @ 2pm

ELIZABETH EULBERG
Hicklebee's in San Jose
Monday, September 12 @ 7pm

ELIZABETH EULBERG

Copperfield's in Petaluma
Tuesday, September 13 @ 4pm

CALLA DEVLIN
Books Inc. In San Francisco
Wednesday, September 14 @ 7pm

GAYLE FORMAN

Books Inc. in San Francisco
Thursday, September 15 @ 7pm

TRACI CHEE
Book Launch for The Reader
Kepler's in Menlo Park
Friday, September 16 @ 7pm

GAYLE FORMAN

Copperfield's in Santa Rosa
Friday, September 16 @ 7pm

JACQUELINE WOODSON
St. John's Presbyterian Church
in Berkeley
Tuesday, September 20 @ 7:30pm

KASIE WEST
Hicklebee's in San Jose
Friday, September 23 @ 7pm

SCOTT WESTERFELD
Kepler's in Menlo Park
Monday, September 26 @ 7pm

SCOTT WESTERFELD
Copperfield's in Santa Rosa
Tuesday, September 27 @7pm

LISA McMANN
Kepler's in Menlo Park
Wednesday, September 28 @ 7pm

DAVID ARNOLD in conversation with JANDY NELSON

Books Inc. in Palo Alto
Wednesday, September 28 @ 7pm

OCTOBER

LEIGH BARDUGO

Linden Tree Books in Lost Altos
Sunday, October 2 @ 4pm
(there are very specific rules for this event so please visit the link and check it out beforehand)

ANNE BISHOP
Hicklebee's in San Jose
Sunday, October 2 @ 4pm

MELISSA DE LA CRUZ

Kepler's hosted event at Redwood Shores Library
Wednesday, October 5 @ 7pm

RICHARD PECK
Hicklebee's in San Jose
Wednesday, October 5 @ 3pm

MICHAEL DI MARTINO in conversation with GENE LUEN YANG
Kepler's in Menlo Park
Monday, October 10 @ 7pm

MARGARET STOHL
Kepler's in Menlo Park
Friday, October 14 time TBA

KRISTEN CAST and P.C. CAST
Borderlands Books in San Francisco
Sunday, October 16 @ 3pm

MARIE LU
Mrs. Dalloway's North Branch of the Berkeley Public Library
Tuesday, October 18 @ 6:30

MATTHEW KIRBY
Hicklebee's in San Jose
Tuesday, October 18 @ 7pm

MARIE LU

Kepler's in Menlo Park
Wednesday, October 19 @ 7pm

JENNIFER NIVEN, BRENNA YAVANOFF, TERESA TOTEN and KATHLEEN GLASGOW
A Great Good Place For Books
Friday, October 21 @ 7pm

NYMBC Presents: KIERSTEN WHITE, ARWEN ELYS DAYTON & JESSICA CLUESS
Books Inc. Laurel Village in San Francisco
Tuesday, October 25 @ 7pm

NOVEMBER

SJ KINCAID Book Launch for THE DIABOLIC

Hicklebee's in San Jose
Tuesday, November 1 @ 7pm

TARA SIM book launch for TIMEKEEPER

Kepler's in Menlo Park
Saturday, November 5 @ 5pm

GORDON JACK

Kepler's in Menlo Park
Wednesday, November 9 @ 7pm

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