I thought I’d give my eReader diving meme a twist this week and dive into my audio books. I didn’t use to be a huge audio book reader, but when I started releasing my books into audio, well, I got sucked in. Or possibly it is an age thing. A reversion to childhood, this pleasure I take in being read to. Who knows?

Whatever the reason, I poked around in my audio books and found Escape From Zulaire by Veronica Scott. I also have the digital edition, cuz WhisperSynch is very cool. You can get the digital book for $2.99 and get the audio for the smoking deal of $1.99 and then read/listen to the story and it will synch for you (using the proper apps, of course!).

Do you listen to audio books? Have you tried WhisperSynch? What’s on your eReader’s TBR pile this week? Please share! Comments are entered into my monthly drawing for an AnaBanana gift basket ($25 value) and, tell me one of my audio books you’d like to try and I’ll send you an Audible code to get it for free. I announce the gift basket winner the first blog post of the new month.

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Perilously yours,

Pauline

 

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4 thoughts on “eReader Diving into Audio: Escape From Zulaire

  • December 23, 2014 at 9:42 am
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    After I posted this last week, I recalled that I had ‘purchased’ The Last Enemy when it was free on Amazon and then immediately bought the Whispersync version. So in fact, The Last Enemy was my next Pauline book. Wow! I usually stick to Sci Fi and Historical fiction. When it comes to reading, I am an escapist, so contemporary fiction doesn’t really interest me. My mistake. The Last Enemy was awesome! I just may have to read or listen to another in that series.

    • December 23, 2014 at 9:56 am
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      So glad you liked it, Riley! LE was my third book, first series. Was fun to write. Though I gave myself nightmares. Lol

  • December 17, 2014 at 6:30 am
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    This week, in keeping with the season, I listened to A Christmas Carol – read by Tim Curry. A week or two ago, the Ford Audio Club made this available for free! I’m a Dickens fan and A Christmas Carol is a favorite of mine. If you feel the same, the audiobook is worth listening to. I also read, in print form, The Season of Desire by Theresa Romain. It is a light holiday romance that I really enjoyed.

    I don’t have a holiday story on my e-reader though. I might have to change that. I’m reading Overload Flux by Carol Van Atta. A sci-fi romance that is probably going to keep me up late tonight. The heroine of the story reminds me just a little of Doc from Girl Gone Nova. Maybe not as mouthy, and maybe not as genius. But like Doc, Mairwen is cool and dangerous!

    And speaking of Project Enterprise books, the next Pauline book I want to read – or listen to – is Tangled in Time.

    I see you have serialized Girl Gone Nova. I hope this gets you lots more readers!

    • December 18, 2014 at 8:53 am
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      I was a late in life reader of the actual Christmas Carol. I’d mostly watched the movies. But the words and the way he used them! Magical! I will have to check that out! Many thanks for the heads up and the great recommendations! Ah, fun that you found something that reminds you of Doc. I hope you enjoy Tangled! I’m hoping the serializing will bring me more readers for sure. It is a very long book for readers who like short. (grin) thank you so much! 🙂

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