As you know, I've been getting into more audiobooks lately. I've been enjoying them so much more than ever. What I keep hearing is that people hate to do audiobooks because you can't just sit there and listen. Oh I can't either... unless I want a good nap. I always pair an audiobook with an activity. I know most people who listen to a lot of audiobooks do the same thing. I usually listen when going on a trip. It really helps the miles go by quicker. I didn't find it using more attention than the radio does especially between cities. I also craft (as evidenced with my crafting with audiobooks posts) and since I'm often just following instructions, it also doesn't cause a attention shift. Others use it with cleaning... but I haven't gotten that hang yet. I think it is because I just want the cleaning to be over as quick as possible I don't want to linger during a good passage. LOL So try an activity if you want to try audiobooks but have been reluctant.
If you already haven't tried audible through Amazon (one of the easiest ways), you could always get a free audiobook though their free one month trial. Just go to Audible to sign up. What I like about that (besides the free audiobook) is you also get special sales for members as well as a audio daily deal. What can I say? I love a bargain. :D
So do you audible and how do you do it?
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