If you're anything like me, I always have a book going in multiple formats so that no matter what, a spare moment can be used exactly how I want to use it - reading of course. I usually have a book going in paper on my nightstand, one on my Kindle for those moments when the phone app is more accessible, and of course an audiobook for my diving and walking.
I'm not joking, literally every moment is spent doing what I love. It's also the only way I can read as many books as I do.
I read a number of audiobooks every year and up until this time it has been almost the only way I can read all the books I've been meaning to read for ages, but haven't gotten around to. Well, now that will be changing a bit as I'll be posting all my audiobook reviews at SFFaudio.com.
As my last post pointed out, I read about 11 or 12 audiobooks a year, so it's nothing that will change too much about this blog, but yet I'm very excited about this tiny change. It also means that I will be getting audiobook review copies, so who knows when I'll read all the books I've been meaning to get to . I know, woe is me, the terrible life of getting the thing you love just slightly less than you kids for free.
With that riveting intro, I also wanted to let you know my first review is up today:
Island of the Sequined Love Nun was actually my first foray into his work, but what got me more than anything else, even more than Moore’s popularity and humor, was the title itself. It says it all. And after having read it, it’s an extremely fitting title. (Review - Island of the Sequined Love Nun)