Audiobook Week 2013

audiobook week 2013

June is getting a bit insane on the book blogging front:

  1. we are still in Armchair BEA
  2. my first virtual book tours start live on June 17
  3. and on that same day starts the awesome Audiobook Week!!

Here is the program for this year:

Monday: 2012-2013, Your Audiobook Year

Are you new to audiobooks in the last year? Have you been listening to them forever but discovered something new this year? Favorite titles? New times/places to listen? This is your chance to introduce yourself and your general listening experience.

Tuesday: How do You Choose Your Audiobooks?

How do you decide what you’ll listen to? Do you mostly listen, or split time between listening and reading? Particularly if you split time, how do you decide what you’ll consume in audio and what in print?

Wednesday: Mid-week Audiobook Week Meme

This will not be up until the morning of Wednesday, June 19th, but it will be short and fast, so check in and join the fun.

Thursday: Audiobook Tasks

What do you do while you listen? Any particular tasks or games that you find amazing for audio time?

Friday: Finding audiobooks

Where do you learn about great audiobook titles? Buy your audiobooks? Share your secrets with the rest of us! We’d particularly love to know what narrators or publishers are active in social media or do a great job communicating with listeners.


I copied this from Devourer of Books, who organizes this amazing week. Have you ever participated? It is a great way of knowing about great titles to add to your TBL [To Be Listened to] list. See what it is all about!

8 thoughts on “Audiobook Week 2013

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  3. I’m definitely going to participate in Audiobook Week. Half of what I read is in audio. I’m even going to plan ahead and write some posts. Well, try to anyway!


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