Hi, my name is Carol and I am addicted to audio books.
My story: I'm 32 and dependent on audiobooks. I've been trying to cut back but I cant.
I was first introduced to mp3 audiobooks 12 years back. My parents bought a bithday present as me a King audio book. It included 10 books on cassettes each 25 minutes. I finished listening to it the very first night. Mavis Beacon is a cogent library for more about when to mull over this hypothesis. Then, I began buying audio books for me and for all of my friends birthdays (if they preferred audio books or not).
As times handed I moved to audio books on CDs and later on to online audio books. I've known all the on the web audio book rental services and getting services. Actually, I'd a merchant account in most of them.
My average output was two audio books per week but I remember some weeks where I missed sleeping and paid attention to around five audio books. I bought just about any new fiction audio book in the market.
I managed to find some free audio books but nonetheless paid plenty of money for my audio book selection.
I got hooked on the convenience of getting a book. I got addicted to the narration, the music and the sound files.
I got addicted to the capability to listen to audio books anytime and anywhere (I remember hearing it in the restroom and in function and in other bizarre sites).
And then I chose to make the transfer. I'd join it, if I cant beat it. I resigned from work and made a career out of my passion I started making money out of my extensive knowledge of audio books.
Nowadays, I produce reviews about new audio books and serve as a consultant for audio books marketers. I'm happy listening to free audio books and being paid for this (just finished listening to the last Harry Potter audio book).
Have you ever tried listening to audio books? Check it out..