You may have noticed Ermisenda is the only one reviewing books recently while Eliabeth has been stuck on the same book she started in January. It’s not that she doesn’t love reading, she just really doesn’t have time.
*Super hero music*
Eliabeth has caved and is trying out Audible.com. While she still plans to review all of the paperbacks that have come in as requests, she’s 50% of the way through a 10 hour audiobook in 1 weekend!
Now the question is, what to buy next?! Help her chose her next audiobook by voting below. You can vote for more than one.
Please note there will be at least one review before this one as she’s currently in the middle of a book and may finish a paperback before being able to buy her next audiobook. You can also leave other suggestions by commenting below.
I am participating in Goodreads this year, after managing to read over 50 books last year. I was doing well, until April when I started an epically sized Historical Novel (as a challenge to myself) I am more than half-way through, however I have managed (as I needed to read them for research) to add scripts and children’s books titles to my Goodreads list. So I may still make target.
I have been too busy to read much recently too.
I am still caught in the middle of the eternal book nook argument. I would love an ereader Kindle or something but I also love books.
I have succumbed to downloading audio to ipod in order to maximise covering reading material. Listening whilst I drive or in bed if I am too tired to read!
I did Goodreads last year 41 out of my goal of 50. This year my goal is 24, but I’m only at 2 so I have a TON of catching up to do. I actually got several short kindle books last year for quick filler. I love LOVE the Amazon top 100 free e-books. I don’t know if Nook has anything like it, but I’ve probably got 1000 books I wouldn’t otherwise have been able to afford by getting a Kindle.
I use charity shops 😉 books for a £1 or 4 for a £1 sometimes. I have far too many that have sat on a shelf for over a decade unread… I am trying to make my way through them. I also use the library a lot! Well I haven’t for the last few months as I just have this one novel on the go!
I only found out about Goodreads this year. I was ill last year and books were my escape, medicine and therapy!
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