Hello and wishing all Happy New 2019!
I just finished reading One Hundred Days of Happiness by Fausto Brizzi, I like it and weep a bit, it’s hilarious and a moving story. I want to keep this momentum going, YES! along my medical books. Coming up next, just finish the introduction the Tales of Alhambra by W. Irving.. not so keen to continue; not even a paragraph, don’t you dare giving up, so I discover an audiobook from youtube, it’s a way to guide (not considering cheat) reading and keeping me on track with time.
I discover a world of audiobook out there, doing real business and serious job. You deserved at least an acknowledgement and glass full of water! I tried imitate but how do they breathe in making, definitely a lot of practise and cyanosis. And how much they make a living making Audiobook content?
Thank you Youtube, I’ll start with the free content for my second book. If you know any good source for Audiobook, just let me know! I’m planning to listen during my daily commute to hospital if I’m not driving, then it is a good idea for audiobooking. Hope it is not just the new year thing.
Here’s 5 why we should listen to audiobook:
- Improve pronounciation of words
- Learn critical listening
- Time based activity during leisure time. You can plan when to listen, pause, turn it on anywhere you like it
- Good for procastinator, read along and keep track
- Enjoy book content in different form
We’ll see how it goes!
If you have any experience, good one or worst that worth sharing, kindly comment!