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Old 02-27-2016, 08:37 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by linrose View Post
EllenW, I always enjoy your posts, they are so to the point and honest! I used to listen to audio books I borrowed from the library on my long hour and a half commute to school. What a way to "read" War and Peace! That was in the day of cassette tapes. I've since considered Audible from amazon but read negatives about it, now that my husband travels a lot for his job I'd love for him to have those audio books to listen to on the long drives.
Thank you linrose. I gave up on audio books because they were so time consuming to load on my ipod. I did really enjoy listening to them during my lunchtime walks at work. I belong to a digital library where I can borrow ebooks and audio books. I might try the audio books again. They say you can listen to them on your browser now. It's nice to be able to watch birds outside while listening to a book.
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Old 03-12-2016, 10:25 AM   #22
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Once in a great while I find the audio books (Now on discs rather than on tapes) at the discount stores. I listen to them while in travel in the car. Distance passes quite quickly in doing so!

The library has a very good selection of which to rent If I haven't any fresh ones to listen to....Used book sales every now and then offer a few.
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