A note of caution to readers everywhere: audiobooks can get addicting.

They fill in time as you prepare dinner, scan emails, clean the house, and especially when you travel by car.

Benefits are: they require less attention for every word and sentence so it doesn’t matter if you zone in and out at times, an especially nice attribute for tomes that are dense and make for slow reading.

From the sublime–Isaacson’s biographies of Einstein or Jobs–to the salacious–any Kitty Kelly biography–they are great company.

 

About Leslie Brown
My ocean physicist husband and I raised two wonderful sons, my proudest accomplishment. For many years I taught writing at a university, my job of a lifetime, and worked as a freelance writer for local publications. I am an ocean girl, sometimes profane, who loves animals, reading, and creative projects. I am curious about nearly everything. Loyal and caring, I make a good friend.