Originally Posted by tubemonkey
For audiobooks, I like the Lit2Go
series of classic literature from the Univ of South Florida. You can download from either iTunes U or the website.
Thank you for this. I am always looking for other sources for audiobooks to use while doing house and yard work. I find that it is the narrator's voice that makes a big difference in my enjoyment of the story. I will have to sample a few of those offered there.
I'm still listening to METAtropolis
by Jay Lake, Tobias Buckell, Elizabeth Bear, John Scalzi, and Karl Schroeder. It's like comic book stories come to life.