Saturday, December 8, 2012

Do you do audiobooks?

Not really dog related (I mean, we could play six degrees here, but I don't tend to play the Kevin Bacon one. I relate everything back to Fight Club instead), but I was sent this awesome infographic about free audiobooks that you can download online. Audiobooks aren't really my thing, personally, but we do a brisk "business" of them at the library, and so I was happy to pass this one along. Reading is reading, right? A lot of people listen to them on commutes, or while working out, or while doing housework.

It's a fairly simple process on that site: You download the Ambling book player, and then you download your free audiobooks (Sorry it's so small, but when I leave it "original size" it's just far too HUGE for the site's format).

20 Great Audiobooks


  1. I used to audio book when I had a long commute, but I found them so hit or miss. Tim Curry reading Garth Nix? YES. The others I tried? Less so. Although maybe Tim Curry set the bar a little high.

    Once podcasts came into their own I switched to them. These days I don't have a commute, and I need more motivation while I'm working out.

  2. I listen to a lot of podcasts, too, but enjoy audiobooks as well. I'm all signed up and set on my Nexus 7 tablet :). Thanks!

  3. We listen to them on long car rides, my hubby loves them. They put me to sleep. So I guess for him, it serves a dual purpose. It keeps him awake and me asleep and out of his hair. :-)

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  6. Thanks for including this link to our website!

    However, Google is now penalizing our site due to links like this.

    Please remove the link, OR, add the "nofollow" attribute.


    Jesse Fisher
    Social Media Manager
    Ambling Books