I LOVE BOOKS. Reading is, by far, my oldest favorite past time. I would say I enjoy a good book better than watching TV or a movie. I’ve been on a kick absorbing literary material. Mainly in the form of audiobooks, because I can do all the things at once. Like change the sheets, put away the laundry, cook dinner- whilst reading!! Making the boring tasks more manageable. I get my audiobooks from Hoopla, as a free service offered by my local public library. Your local public library may also participate in Hoopla, or a similar digital service. Library cards are free and available to members of your community.
Here’s some books I’ve enjoyed recently. Not in complete chronological Order.
Thunderstruck by Erik Larson (actual book) non-fiction
The Great Mortality by John Kelly (audiobook) non-fiction
The Salt Roads by Nalo Hopkins (audiobook) fiction
Paper Bullets by Jeffery H. Jackson (audiobook) non-fiction
Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher by Timothy Egan (audiobook) non-fiction
The Dispossessed by Ursula K. Le Guin (audiobook) fiction (part 1 of a series)
Warbreaker (Series) by Brandon Sanderson (audiobook) fiction
The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner (audiobook) fiction
The Dark Elf Trilogy (3 books) by R.A. Salvatore (actual books) fiction
I just started the Icewind Dale Trilogy (also R. A. Salvatore and actual fiction books) this morning. I think I read a few other real books recently, but without going to my bookshelf, its all a blur.
2 responses to “Listen. Read. Listen-Read.”
Same! Audiobooks are so great for the multitasking among us 🙂 How did you like The Lost Apothecary? It’s on my to-read list but I liked the blurb about it.
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I really enjoyed it!
I usually have an audio book and at least 1 actual book active at a time. But they don’t get equal attention usually.