The Audible “Monster Sale” is happening right now, with a selection of over 1,000 audiobooks available for up to more than 80% off. Below is more information, including a selection of audiobooks on sale that I think are worth buying. This sale ends on Halloween, so buy these audiobook deals before they are gone. Happy listening!
Audible’s End of Summer Sale is happening right now, and all audiobooks are up to 85% off! This is a members-only sale, so if you want to get in on the action, sign up for a free trial today. This incredible sale ends on September 23, so act fast to get the audiobooks you want at a deep discount. Below are audiobooks I recommend picking up during Audible’s End of Summer Sale. Happy listening!
I’m a massive fan of Audible. Every single day I’m listening to an audiobook or podcast on Audible. It’s a great way to enjoy compelling content, especially in this fast-paced world we live in where time comes at a premium. If you’re an Amazon Prime member, I’ve got great news: you can get three free months of Audible! All you have to do is click here for all the details regarding this spectacular promotion. Read on for what’s included in your Audible membership, and sign up for Audible today!
Masters of Doom, read by Wil Wheaton, is a fascinating journey down memory lane for video game fans like myself who have played the various entries in the blockbuster Doom and Quake franchises. Hearing about the technological advancements and forward-thinking approach employed by the makers of these games, not to mention how large some egos got in the process, was enlightening.
Audible.com Listening Club – Reviewer of the Month
Today, the Audible.com Listening Club named me its “Reviewer of the Month” for my blog post about Steven James’ audiobook, Placebo. I’m always honored to receive an award, and this is a great group. If you love audiobooks, make sure to check it out.
Audible.com, an Amazon company, is the leading provider of audiobooks – a business that’s booming. Being an avid audiobook listener and originally from New Jersey, I found the following video tour of Audible’s headquarters interesting.
I just finished listening to the audiobook version of The Silver Linings Playbook, and it was excellent. As always, I wanted to read the novel before seeing the movie, and I’m glad I did. From what I’ve heard, the movie changed several key elements of the book. What made this book so enjoyable was the terrific character development and wonderfully absurd dialogue. This novel is tragic, romantic and psychotic, all at once. And the Philadelphia Eagles, Kenny G and Southern New Jersey are all integral parts of the story. It’s unlike any book I’ve ever read, and it’s one I won’t soon forget.