Just a reminder that we're focusing attention on EdenStar Books and Games this week.
One of the cool things is the extensive list of audio cds and cassettes. I've started borrowing books on cd from the library for hubby's long drives to and from work (three and a half hours every two days). They have a limited number that sound interesting to him, though he has fairly eclectic taste.
Of the 65 audio books offered on this site, a good many are Tolkein and Lewis classics. There is a decent representation, however, of more contemporary works. But the price of audio material is so high (it's no wonder my library has so few!) that I find it hard to justify for a novel that a person may only want to *read* once. I understand WHY they're so expensive to produce; its just disheartening to try to get into.
Okay, that was a bit of a side-slip! Check out what some other bloggers have to say about EdenStar's site today:
Rebecca LuElla Miller