Listen to public domain audiobooks in your browser, then download the ones you like. If you're looking to reacquaint yourself with the classics, AudioLiterate is a great site to check out and browse. There's something relaxing about listening to a book being read. Whether you want something to do during a long drive or just a way to relax at home while doing chores, audiobooks make reading something you can do while multi-tasking.
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Librivox, the community that provides public domain texts, read by volunteers, has hit 100 million downloads. The organisation creates hundreds of audiobooks for free as mp3 or ogg files, providing... Read Post