Audiobooks: The sequel

Audiobooks: The sequel

During the pandemic, a lot of people discovered audiobooks and that industry took off like never before. I made sure my novels became audiobooks and have enjoyed some positive reviews, especially of my sci-fi stories. Recently, Audible.com has reduced the prices of most of its audiobooks including mine, so I thought what better time to review why audiobooks are such a great option for those of us who like to listen.

The pandemic wasn’t the only reason audiobooks grew in popularity. There are a number of reasons including:

  1. Increased availability: Audiobooks are now available for purchase or rental from a variety of sources, including online retailers, libraries, and bookstores.
  2. Convenience: Audiobooks can be listened to on a variety of devices, including smartphones, tablets, and MP3 players. This makes them easy to listen to while on the go or while doing other activities, such as driving or cleaning.
  3. Increased interest in reading: Audiobooks can help to make reading more accessible to people who may not have time to sit down and read a traditional book. They can also be a great way to enjoy books that would otherwise be too long or difficult to read.
  4. Improved quality of audiobooks: Audiobooks are now produced with high-quality audio and professional narrators. This makes them a more enjoyable listening experience than in the past.

Audiobooks are a great way to enjoy books, whether you’re a busy parent who doesn’t have time to read or someone who prefers to listen to books while they’re on the go. They’re also a great way to learn new things, as you can listen to audiobooks while you’re doing other activities, such as driving or cleaning. If you’re looking for a new way to enjoy books, I encourage you to give audiobooks a try. You can find all TK Books audiobooks here.

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Tom Kranz

A lifelong writer, journalist and communications professional, Tom has worked in radio, local and network television news, online and social media information management and as a director of communications. His roots as a journalist and his early life in his native Philadelphia inform many scenarios in his novels.

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