Wednesday, April 1, 2015

anniversary giveaway: audiobooks

Heya!

So, LT3 has some cool, exciting stuff going on in celebration of our 6-year anniversary. You should definitely go check that out.

I'm here to give away some audiobooks. Because audiobooks are awesome. Before we get into that, let's discuss the giveaway. Conducted via Rafflecopter (below), 10 winners will be selected. Each winner will receive an Audible download code* for one of the following titles:

Dragon Slayer
Love You Like a Romance Novel
Dreamer
Honour
Prisoner
Alpha Trine
Saving Liam
Backwoods Asylum
Finding the Wolf
Dance with the Devil

There are two comment options in the Rafflecopter. The first one is mandatory. In order for me to select you as a winner, you must provide a list of the 10 titles ranked in order of preference (1 is the highest). Each winner will be awarded the highest ranked title available from this list. You must provide a list. "I don't care" or "it doesn't matter" are not qualifying responses.

* NOTE: codes can only be redeemed at Audible.com. Please make sure to indicate in your comment if you are a non-US resident so that the audiobook can be sent to you. 

The second comment option is entirely optional for extra entries:

What has been your experience with audiobooks? Do you love'em or hate'em? Do you have a favorite audiobook or narrator?

If you're new to audiobooks, what's prompted you to start?

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Since I brought it up, I'll start. My first audiobook was a Danielle Steel novel that I got as a Christmas present in... middle school? high school? One of those. (It was on audio cassette even because this was the dark ages of the mid-90s ^^)

I did not enjoy it (I'm very decidedly not a Danielle Steel fan). I'm also hindered by the fact that I'm not an auditory learner, which makes focusing on an audiobook something of a trial. I had a hard time in school because it was difficult for me to follow along/understand the lesson, and it was really easy for me to lose focus on whatever was being discussed and not learn a damn thing.

Audiobooks are very similar in this respect. I have to make a concerted effort to pay attention and keep up with what's happening. And I spend many a listen having to rewind a section because I either zoned out at some point or can't quite grasp what's happening.

So audiobooks require a lot of concentration on my part. I fought them for a long time as a result of this. Because, damnit, entertainment should not require so much effort.

But I have been getting more into them the past couple of years. Audiobooks can be fun for me because they give me a chance to branch out. With audio, I find myself reading genres other than romance. The first few I bought were romance, but I just really didn't enjoy them, even though the books themselves are ones I liked. Then I got into Doctor Who, so I bought a couple of DW books (because they were short, cheap, and the one was narrated by David Tennant - I'm cheap & easy ^^;).

I also bought some of my favorite Russian novels (in Russian), figuring it wouldn't matter so much if I zoned out since my Russian is rather deplorable at this point anyway, but they did make for good ambient noise. And every so often I recognize a word and feel briefly proud of myself. (Take the win).

From there I've dipped my toe into fantasy, sci-fi, paranormal, mystery... I've picked up some Stephen King and Joe Hill. Since I've been enjoying Hannibal on NBC, I decided to be adventurous and try Red Dragon and Silence of the Lambs. I've also re-introduced myself to Dean Koontz since picking up audiobooks. I'd read a few of his books when I was in high school and enjoyed them, but kinda fell out of it in college. My Audible library is a crazy, eclectic mix of genres.

Even two years ago I never would have considered any of these books for myself. Somehow, audio makes me more adventurous. It's been fun.

My favorite books so far have been: The Firebird by Susanna Kearsley and The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon by Stephen King (if you're looking for recs btw, start there: Anne Heche narrates and it's just so fucking amazing).

Other books I've liked: Horns by Joe Hill, Strange Highways and Fear Nothing by Dean Koontz.

Favorite narrators: Keith Szarabajka and Katherine Kellgren.

Other narrators I've enjoyed: Arthur Darvill, Anne Heche, and Neil Gaiman.

35 comments:

  1. #1-10
    1. Saving Liam
    2. Dance with the Devil
    3. Dragon Slayer
    4. Love You Like a Romance Novel
    5. Honour
    6. Dreamer
    7. Alpha Trine
    8. Backwoods Asylum
    9. Finding the Wolf

    10. Prisoner (I already own this)


    I'm a picky audiobook listener because an audiobook voiced poorly can ruin my image of the characters and thus make me not want to listen to it. However, I loooove a really good audiobook, especially with someone who can really get good voices for everyone because it's something to focus on when I drive/draw. The audiobook that has always stood out for me was the Nightangel Series book by Brent Weeks. He has a regular audiobook, and then he has one that has sound effects, different voice actors, and it's like a visual novel. It's fun, but it also tends to take a little bit out of the reading experience and makes it more like a movie. Which is sometimes nice, but just having someone read a book plain to you is cool, too.
    I'm also really loving the voice for Prisoner. I've been listening to it on my drives home, so an hour here and there, but it has some really distinct voices. (Even if there's one I don't quite agree with, it has grown on me. <3 )


    Grats, lovelies, on the 6 years! I might have to check out some of those audiobooks you've mentioned. ;) Just like you, I have a problem focusing to audio and tend to lose focus which is why I do it when driving or drawing...but even sometimes then I start focusing on those tasks more than the audiobook. Yikes!

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    1. Oops, I meant to put Saving Liam at the bottom with Prisoner. Already own both. <3

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    2. If I'm doing work that isn't editing, such as royalty payments and other admin work, I'll listen to audiobooks. It's good background for that. And unlike music, I don't get distracted singing along. ^^

      Some audiobooks I like to play when I go to sleep. Usually stories I already know. Plus some narrators (Tom Mison, for instance) are just really good to fall asleep to; their voices are just... so soothing.

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  2. 1. Prisoner
    2. Love You Like a Romance Novel
    3. Dance with the Devil
    4. Saving Liam
    5. Alpha Trine
    6. Backwoods Asylum
    7. Finding the Wolf
    8. Dragon Slayer
    9. Honour
    10. Dreamer

    I'm totally new to audio books! I've been going 'oooh, maybe...?' ever since you guys started offering them but I'm note sure I'll enjoy listening to a story as much as reading it. Not that I'm not an auditory learner, but I read really really fast and I'm worried I'd find being read to too slow.

    But! I really want to try it out and have been looking for an excuse to start. I've almost bought Prisoner in audiobook a couple times now, so I'm taking this opportunity dip my toe into the world of audiobooks ^__^

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    1. I'm a pathetically slow reader, anyway, so I find that the pacing of an audiobook doesn't bother me too much. But I can definitely see that as a drawback.

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  3. My list preferences in order (at least at this writing - they're all good!):
    1. Alpha Trine
    2. Dance with the Devil
    3. Saving Liam
    4. Prisoner
    5. Love You Like a Romance Novel
    6. Backwoods Asylum
    7. Finding the Wolf
    8. Dragon Slayer
    9. Dreamer
    10. Honour

    I adore audio books and have an extensive library. Great for freeway portion of commutes and road trips (Seattle to Boise - turn left in 282 miles, must have audio. And chocolate. Or for that 24 hr drive Seattle to LA) Hubby has even more audio books than I do! I find I'm gradually owning 3 copies of a lot of books - paperback, ebook and audio!

    The library is diverse, with a lot of fantasy, scifi and non-fiction such as lectures from The Great Courses. My first audio books were actually cassettes of the NPR broadcast of the original Star Wars trilogy using a lot of the movie actors as voice actors. Since hubby is not into romance, those are very sparse in the library as of yet. Library checkout and Librivox.org for non-copyright books are great.

    I don't have a favorite book or narrator yet, although when I have a choice in narrators as with several classics such as Kim by Rudyard Kipling, I'll listen to a sample to see which narrator I like best for the book. I really enjoy listening to James Marsters of Buffy fame reading the Dresden Files books.

    I'm a very fast reader and it takes MUCH longer to listen to a book rather than read it for me. I try to invest in books that I love and will listen to over and over.

    I've probably rambled enough for this comment. Thank you so much for the great sales and a chance at the prizes!

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  4. My list in order of preferences and I live in the UK

    1)Alpha Trine
    2)Love You Like a Romance Novel
    3)Dreamer
    4)Backwoods Asylum
    5)Finding the Wolf
    6)Dance with the Devil
    7)Saving Liam
    8)Honour
    9)Prisoner
    10)Dragon Slayer

    I have never brought an audio book I have a small book budget so I can't afford the e-book plus an audio book.

    ShirleyAnn(at)speakman40(dot)freeserve(dot)co(dot)uk

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  5. 1. Dance with the Devil
    2. Prisoner
    3. Saving Liam
    4. Dragon Slayer
    5. Love You Like a Romance Novel
    6. Alpha Trine
    7. Honour
    8. Dreamer
    9. Backwoods Asylum
    10. Finding the Wolf

    So, I've really just started on audiobooks. Kinda. I would occasionally check out an audiobook from the digital library and listen while I had to do kind of mindless computer stuff. I listened to romances I'd already read so that if I didn't pay close attention, I'd at least generally know what was going on.

    I feel that way with audiobooks, too, like it's almost too easy for me to forget that I'm reading and let it be background noise instead of front and center like it is when my eyes are engaged instead of my ears. I'm still working at it because it's fun to listen to the performances and I do have times when my eyes have to be turned elsewhere but my ears are available.

    So far I've been just as chicken as I was before and have only listened to books I already know and love. Of course, one of those turned out to be a bad experience, like I knew it too well and the narrator wasn't reading it how I'd heard it in my head so many times. I didn't even end up finishing it, and thankfully audible has the guaranteed enjoyment thing, so I returned it. It's not something I've ever done with a paper or an e book, so it felt weird, but I figured it was one more credit I'd have to spend on another book. And I'm justifying, because it still feels weird to have done that!

    The other two I've listened to were also favorite books, but not ones I'd repeatedly read, and they turned out to be great reads: Ryan Loveless' Ethan Who Loved Carter and Kim Fielding's Brute, which was actually the perfect company for a day when I was stuck in bed sick. Funny thing, both are narrated by K.C. Kelly; he was excellent.

    I only have ten books in my library right now, and only three of those are ones I haven't read yet in text form, and only one of those is by a new author to me, but it's William Shakespeare's Star Wars. So, really, I'm still not extending into new territory, even if I'm at half fiction, half romance. I am being enticed to look at new things, though. My only problem is that I'm not making the time to listen to them as often as I read books with text. I'll start one, like while driving around, and then don't finish it because it's still not a normal routine to me like paper and e books.

    OK, now that I've written a dissertation on the habits of one (fairly) newbie audiobook reader, I have to pull back from me, me, me, and talk about you, you, you (LT3). Happy six years! Thanks for all the great reading so far and to many more years of terrific reading ahead. Thank you, too, for the giveaway and month-long partying!

    Carolyn

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  6. I clicked preview and I think it ate my comment. Murr.

    1. Honour
    2. Dance with the Devil
    3. Backwoods Asylum
    4. Finding the Wolf
    5. Love You Like a Romance Novel
    6. Saving Liam
    7. Dragon Slayer
    8. Prisoner
    9. Dreamer
    10. Alpha Trine

    I am dyslexic, and struggle a lot with reading printed words. Audio books offer an easier alternative to me. It's a very different experience to reading. Sometimes I find myself liking the audio book over the printed book (the Dresden Files series) simply for the inflections the narrator puts into the work. Sometimes I find it a complimentary counterpart, allowing me to read along when I get to a section of the text I struggle with (such as the Harry Potter series). Sometimes it offers companionship with a particularly wonderful yet painful book (The Steel Remains, or The Book Of Tongues.) Sometimes it allows me to explore new angles of loved characters (such as Swordspoint, and Hurog.)

    A well done audiobook is something I treasure as much as a well written book.

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    1. Ack! Forgot to add, I'm in the UK. Sorry.

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  7. 1. Love You Like a Romance Novel
    2. Prisoner
    3. Alpha Trine
    4. Saving Liam
    5. Backwoods Asylum
    6. Finding the Wolf
    7. Dance with the Devil
    8. Dragon Slayer
    9. Honour
    10. Dreamer

    I'm fairly new to audiobooks as I only started when Amazon gave me $10 credit for Audible. I'm too cheap otherwise. ;D I prefer reading books as I can't really concentrate on the words when I 'm listening to it. Also, sometimes it's not always clear what they're trying to say even when the volume is way up so having the text is really useful for that. But I really like audiobooks for when I'm doing something else at the same time like playing games.

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    1. Oops that totally didn't work the way it was supposed to so here it is again, take 2:-

      Here's my list (I live in the UK):
      1. Alpha Trine
      2. Dance With The Devil
      3. Prisoner
      4. Backwood Asylum
      5. Dragon Slayer
      6. Finding The Wolf
      7. Honour
      8. Dreamer
      9.Saving Liam
      10. Love You Like a Romance Novel

      I've never had an audiobook but I've been wanting to try one for ages. I'm conscious of the that the 1st one I get will decide whether I like it or not so it's a big (and hard!) decision which book I want to try 1st. Given the atmosphere (and way I get involved into the stories) or these books they may give me a good taster to start with!!

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  9. 1. The Missing Butterfly
    2. The Party Boy's Guide to Dating a Geek
    3. Prisoner
    4. Ink & Flowers
    5. Dragon Slayer
    6. Midsummer Law
    7. Dreamer
    8. Alpha Trine
    9. Striker
    10. Art Criticism

    I've recently started listening to audiobooks. I still prefer to read a book but find that audiobooks are simpler to have since I have a long way to travel each day and I can't always carry around my ereader or book.

    H.B.
    humhumbum AT yahoo DOT com

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    1. Opps, Sorry! I just realized there was a list to choose from and not that we make up our own, ugh... Sorry! here's the new list.

      Prisoner
      Dragon Slayer
      Dreamer
      Alpha Trine
      Finding the Wolf
      Honour
      Love You Like a Romance Novel
      Saving Liam
      Dance with the Devil
      Backwoods Asylum

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  10. Non-US resident but currently have an Audible membership. Titles in order of preference:
    1. Saving Liam
    2. Dreamer
    3. Alpha Trine
    4. Honour
    5. Finding the Wolf
    6. Dance with the Devil - I own this
    7. Prisoner - I own this
    8. Backwoods Asylum - I own this
    9. Love You Like a Romance Novel - I own this
    10. Dragon Slayer - already read the ebook

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  11. I've had a good experience with audiobooks since I started a year ago. My first audiobook was actually Backwoods Asylum and Paul Morey continues to be one of my favorite narrators. So far my favorite narrators are:
    1. Jason Frazier - amazing and seriously under utilized. 'Blame It On The Misltletoe" is one of my favorite 'feel-good' holiday-themed stories. I have everything he's ever narrated. He's really convincing when doing young adult voices.
    2. Tristan James - this guy has one of the sexiest voices of all the m/m narrators I've come across so far. I pretty much buy anything he narrates without looking at the blurb. His forte seems to be contemporary stuff.
    3. Andrew Eiden - a recent favorite. Loved how he did Social Skills by Sara Alva.
    4. Paul Morey - I enjoy his deep, mellow voice. My favorites from him so far are Backwoods Asylum, the Midnight series by Megan Derr, and A Matter of Time by Mary Calmes.
    5. Adam Danoff - excellent job on the last 4 books of the Nightrunner series by Lynn Flewelling. Good with narrative and dialogue. I wish he had more stuff. He fits really well with fantasy stories.
    6. Joseph Northton - he did Shattered Glass by Dani Alexander, but nothing else it seems which is a shame since he was so good. Each character had a unique voice.
    7. Tyler Stevens - good with narrative and doing flaming MCs. Did a great job on Catch My Breath by MJ O'Shea
    8. Iggy Toma - a recent addition to my favorite narrators. He did an excellent job with the Love Lessons series by Heidi Cullinan.


    So, if you're looking for narrators, these guys are all great and they've so far been worth my Audible membership. I mainly started audiobooks to pass the time at work and during long commutes. It's kept me sane and I also enjoy listening to favorites I've already read without actually having to do it myself so I can just relax and listen.

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  12. 1. Alpha Trine
    2. Backwoods Asylum
    3. Dance with the Devil
    4. Saving Liam
    5. Dragon Slayer
    6. Honour
    7. Prisoner
    8. Finding the Wolf
    9. Dreamer
    10. Love You Like a Romance Novel

    I avoided audio books for a long time, because I also am very much not an auditory learner. I like to read. But then I discovered that I could listen to books I've already read before and enjoy them so much more. It's perfect for books that are comfort reads anyway, and often gives me some new insights!

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    1. Sometimes when I'm reading an audiobook, I'll have a moment of "oh, that's how you pronounce that," which is kind of fun. Usually it's names and terms in fantasy books. And it can be nice to "put a voice" to the characters.

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  13. What an awesome giveaway. I have really been enjoying audiobooks.
    1. Backwoods asylum
    2. Prisoner
    3. Dance with the Devil
    4. Saving Liam
    5. Love you like a romance novel
    6. Finding the Wolf
    7. Dragon slayer
    8. honour
    9. Dreamer
    10. Alpha Trine

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  14. Thank you for the giveaway!
    1. Dance with the Devil
    2. Saving Liam
    3. Backwoods Asylum
    4.Love you Like a Romance Novel
    5. Finding the Wolf
    6. Honour
    7. Dragon Slayer
    8. Dreamer
    10. Alpha Trine

    I've never listened to an audiobook before. I don't really know where to start, so maybe this will be a good place.

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  15. Dragon Slayer
    Prisoner
    Love You Like a Romance Novel
    Finding the Wolf
    Alpha Trine
    Honour
    Dreamer
    Backwoods Asylum
    Dance with the Devil
    Saving Liam


    I think I have only a little experience with audiobooks compared to most. I own all the Harry Potter books narrated by Stephen Fry, and in the wintertime at work (I work at a frozen yogurt place. It’s deeaaad off-season) I crank them up on my phone and listen while I do busy work :) I’ve begun listening to Gone with the Wind, and have listened to the first Outlander book on audiobook. I enjoy audiobooks, but I can be pretty A.D.D., and frequently have to back up a couple of seconds to hear whatever I missed while I was looking at bees or whatever x)

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    1. I have the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy narrated by Stephen Fry. It's one of my favorites to re-read. It's good background and a this point, I've read it enough that if I lose focus (which happens a lot), I know I'm not missing anything new.

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  16. 1. Dance with the Devil
    2. Backwoods Asylum
    3. Dragon Slayer
    4. Prisoner
    5. Finding the Wolf
    6. Alpha Trine
    7. Saving Liam
    8. Dreamer
    9. Love You like a Romance Novel
    10. Honour

    Generally, most of my reading is done on my Kindle or a little bit on paperback. I'm still a newbie when it comes to audio books, so I'm interested in trying it out.

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  17. 1. Prisoner
    2. Love You Like a Romance Novel
    3. Saving Liam
    4. Backwoods Asylum
    5. Alpha Trine
    6. Dance with the Devil
    7. Honour
    8. Dragon Slayer
    9. Finding the Wolf
    10. Dreamer

    (Non-US!)

    What has been your experience with audiobooks? I have only listened to samples yet, and it felt a bit weird listening to books read out loud. I've always been all about reading. ^^;;

    Do you love'em or hate'em? As said, it just feels weird right now. ^^

    Do you have a favorite audiobook or narrator? Nope.

    If you're new to audiobooks, what's prompted you to start? With audiobooks, I can listen to it when I'm on the go, which would be neat. I don't have a lot of time now for reading, so getting used to audiobooks would help me get through more books. ^_^

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    1. I've gotten to the point that I consider listening to an audiobook a different type of reading. You're still taking in the story, just via a different sense. It can take some getting used to. The biggest challenge for me was making myself focus and pay attention.

      They're really nice when I'm catching up on admin work for LT3. They're a nice way to enjoy a good book while still accomplishing work. Two birds; one stone and all that.

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  18. 1. Alpha Trine
    2. Dreamer
    3. Backwoods Asylum
    4. Dance With The Devil
    5. Finding The Wolf
    6. Prisoner
    7. Dragonslayer
    8. Saving Liam
    9. Love You Like A Romance Novel
    10. Honour

    I love audio books because I can listen to them when I'm doing chores and other boring things, and they keep me distracted from all the mind numbing boredom. And it increases the number of books I can actually read. It's kind of a win-win.

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    1. Yes, I like to listen to them while I'm doing admin work or at the gym. Audiobooks offer a great opportunity to do something fun/entertaining while also working. And yeah, it increases the number of books I'm able to read.

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  19. 1. Prisoner
    2. Love you like a romance novel
    3. Dance with the devil
    4 saving Liam
    5. Finding the wolf
    6. Backwoods asylum
    7. Dragonslayer
    8. Honour
    9. Dreamer
    10. Alpha trine

    Never listened to an audio book outside of textbook read along type thing.
    Always think about it but worry about the narrator messing with the characters voices . Also while I do springboard it does require a lot of detail orientation that things I like would distract me from.

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  20. 1. Dance with the Devil
    2. Honour
    3. Prisoner
    4. Dragon Slayer
    5. Finding the Wolf
    6. Love You Like a Romance Novel
    7. Saving Liam
    8. Alpha Trine
    9. Backwoods Asylum
    10. Dreamer

    I've never listened to an audio book before, but I've always wanted to try. Since I've read 9/10 of these books, this would be a wonderful chance for me to test the waters, and compare the experience!

    (Non-US)

    Thanks for this fabulous giveaway :3

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    1. Sorry, if I could revise my comment (to edit the list):

      1. Dance with the Devil
      2. Prisoner
      3. Dragon Slayer
      4. Finding the Wolf
      5. Love You Like a Romance Novel
      6. Saving Liam
      7. Alpha Trine
      8. Honour
      9. Backwoods Asylum
      10. Dreamer

      I've never listened to an audio book before, but I've always wanted to try. Since I've read 9/10 of these books, this would be a wonderful chance for me to test the waters, and compare the experience! If I enjoy audio books, it would also be a great way to pass time on the train; I try to read on public transport but motion sickness sometimes gets in the way.

      (Non-US)

      Thanks for this fabulous giveaway :3

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  21. 1. Prisoner (Please! Love it!)
    2. Dance with the Devil
    3. Backwoods Asylum
    4. Saving Liam
    5. Love you like a Romance Novel
    6. Finding the Wolf
    7. Dragon Slayer
    8. Honour
    9. Dreamer
    10. Alpha Trine

    I generally only listen to audio books while doing something else at the same time - I read so much faster then a narrator speaks that I get impatient with the audio book, unless I am doing something else as well (like driving or exercising). However, a good narrator is a must. I will reject an audio book immediately if I do not like the narrator, no matter how good the story. Although I'm not sure I can articulate what I like ... but a narrator who invests some emotion in the story, especially with dialog. Dialog read as prose is really annoying. Plus, although its not a deal breaker, I prefer male narrators. I think one of the best audio books I ever listened to was a fantasy book I read as a kid (Calling on Dragons, I think it was called); it had this talking rabbit character that was whining pretty much the whole time. Didn't think much of it reading the paper edition. But the audio book was a very different experience- the character was minor, but the narrator was so good with tone, and conveying the emotions of the characters, that I was ready to shoot the darn rabbit by the end of the story to shut it up (narrator was actually almost too good at the whining part).

    Thanks for the give away - I think I'm going to have to get some of these if I don't win :) I forget LT3 has audiobooks too.

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  22. Here's my listing of the audiobooks:

    1. Alpha Trine
    2. Prisoner
    3. Dreamer
    4. Dance with the Devil
    5. Dragon Slayer
    6. Love You Like a Romance Novel
    7. Backwoods Asylum
    8. Finding the Wolf
    9. Honour
    10. Saving Liam

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  23. Hi, here is my list in order of audio books but it was tricky as they all look interesting:

    1) Alpha Trine
    2) Dragon Slayer
    3) Prisoner
    4) Saving Liam
    5) Honour
    6) Love You Like a Romance Novel
    7) Finding the Wolf
    8) Dreamer
    9) Backwoods Asylum
    10) Dance with the Devil

    I have not really got many audio books, although the few I do have I normally listen to when I am traveling, but not driving as I would find that distracting. I also have a couple of English Lit audio books that I used for college, which were very helpful when studying and understanding the characters and the storyline.

    Thank you for a chance to win one of these audio books and I am a non-US.

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  24. 1. Prisoner
    2. Dance with the Devil
    3. Backwoods Asylum
    4. Finding the Wolf
    5. Dragon Slayer
    6. Alpha Trine
    7. Saving Liam
    8. Honour
    9. Love you like a romance novel
    10. Dreamer

    I love audiobooks and have since I was a kid. I listen to one every day I comute to work. My favorites are the Old Kingdom books by Garth Nix read by the wonderful Tim Curry. The next best thing are the Harry Potter books read by Stephen Fry.

    I am currently Non-us.

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