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LordSnow
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Round Rock (BR is a dumpster fire)
Member since May 2011
4123 posts

Where do you get your Audio books?
I use overdrive and the ebr parish library. Which surprisingly has a decent collection.
When that fails me I look on Amazon.

If you have free resources, Please chime in as I devour audio books and can't keep paying for them. Lol.


colorchangintiger
Houston Astros Fan
Dan Carlin
Member since Nov 2005
29015 posts

re: Where do you get your Audio books?
audiobookbay

but sometimes it's hard to find a version with no errors.


AnonymousTiger
LSU Fan
Franklin, TN
Member since Jan 2012
4542 posts

re: Where do you get your Audio books?
Overdrive with the Nashville libraries is amazing. Just have to get on several wait lists for new titles.

Beyond that, I still use audible.


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LordSnow
LSU Fan
Round Rock (BR is a dumpster fire)
Member since May 2011
4123 posts

re: Where do you get your Audio books?
Is audiobook bay free?


DukeSilver
Houston Astros Fan
Member since Jan 2014
978 posts

re: Where do you get your Audio books?
Hoopla and Overdrive apps through the Houston Public Library system.


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LordSnow
LSU Fan
Round Rock (BR is a dumpster fire)
Member since May 2011
4123 posts

re: Where do you get your Audio books?
quote:

Is audiobook bay free?


Nevermind, i get it. Its like piratebay but for books


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Kafka
USA Fan
I am the moral conscience of TD
Member since Jul 2007
94479 posts

re: Where do you get your Audio books?
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If you have free resources, Please chime in as I devour audio books and can't keep paying for them
Old Time Radio Drama -- Sort of like very short audio books


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ChewyDante
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Jan 2007
15379 posts

re: Where do you get your Audio books?
I used Audible for awhile but I wasn't using it enough to justify the monthly fee. They have a really good phone app though. I used to download free stuff from torrents and put it on my iPod but it was much more of a pain in the arse listening to them from my iPod than from the Audible app.


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lsugorilla
USA Fan
the North
Member since Sep 2009
4468 posts

re: Where do you get your Audio books?
Overdrive with local library. If your a student also try your school library. My college up here has the service


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The Great McGinty
Georgetown Fan
Member since Jan 2017
1021 posts

re: Where do you get your Audio books?
I use audible. They have some really good narrators who really get into character.


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Kafka
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