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April Audible Credit Giveaway

By: Morgan Hobbes | 1st of April, 2021
I'll admit, I could have timed the announcement of our first-ever Audible credit giveaway better. April Fools Day isn't an ideal day to go off announcing things. Nevertheless, it is true! This month marks what is the first of what I hope to be many such giveaways to come! Getting an entry into the giveaway is super simple. You can earn a giveaway entry just by logging into your account... Read More

Review of SoundPEATS Truefree+ Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds

By: Morgan Hobbes | 13th of March, 2021
I found myself in need of a second pair of Bluetooth earbuds, and as much as I like my existing buds (read the review here), I thought I should also look around to what else is available. After looking at my options and instantly ruling out expensive pairs (I refuse to pay hundreds of dollars for headphones),... Read More

Backup Your Audiobooks

By: Morgan Hobbes | 6th of March, 2021
Recently I had a bit of a catastrophe with my PC. Thanks to a hard drive failure, I had to spend a weekend reinstalling everything I'd lost. Trying to remember what programs I had. It took ages to get everything exactly right. Fortunately, any critical files (and honestly, heaps of unimportant ones too) get automatically backed up to a cloud drive, so I didn't lose anything but my time. But... Read More

Changes to Make Things Easier

By: Morgan Hobbes | 27th of February, 2021
Over the last week or so I've been busy. Re-writing code and generally cleaning things up around here. One of the things I've done it make it easier for everyone to review audiobooks and claim codes. At the bottom of each book page, you can now enter reviews directly using our comments area. This means you don't need an account to leave a review - although we recommend signing up.... Read More

Audiobooks - Experiencing Stories Naturally

By: Morgan Hobbes | 27th of November, 2020
Around 100,000 years ago, humans evolved the capacity for language. Our brains are hard-wired to process the spoken word. No experience necessary. Barring any impairments, you will absorb and comprehend what others say. You likely would have begun picking up the basics before your first birthday, and since then, you've gone on to teach yourself how to recognize the different tones, inflections, and sounds that make up words. Reading the written... Read More

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