This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Audible. The opinions and text are all mine.


More and more I’ve seen people switch over to audiobooks. For me, it’s definitely getting a bit harder to open a book because I’m always out and about. I’ve fallen a bit behind on reading because of it. I had the chance to try out Audible and it’s such a different way to experience books.

With Audible, you have a wide selection of audiobooks and other audio entertainment to listen to. It’s really easy to sign up with them and they even offer a free trial if you want to check it out at first. Plus, they have their own app so picking out and listening a book is only a click away.

The first book I got to listen to was Romeo and Juliet: A Novel by David Hewson and narrated by Richard Armitage. I know enough about the story but surprisingly never actually read it so I wanted to give it a go. It was surprisingly easy to follow and it was nice seeing the way someone is reading things how they’re supposed to be said than just going off my own imagination. I can’t say too much about the story but it did have some differences and told with a different approach. The narrator told it nicely and even made distinctions between the characters so you knew who was speaking so it was easier to follow.

Trying out Audible definitely peaked my interest in audiobooks. It’s so much easier to just sit and listen and you can do it anywhere. But I do realize that I actually have to pay attention to it or I’ll easily get lost. I’m glad I checked out Audible and will keep my eyes pealed every time they release new books!


Have you tried listening to audiobooks? Don’t forget to sign up at Audible to start your 30-day trial and a free download!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Audible. The opinions and text are all mine.


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  • I have a fairly lengthy commute so audiobooks have become huge for me! I wouldn’t have been able to read nearly as much as I did this year without them.

  • I definitely enjoyed it much more than I thought! I started using the train and it’s so much easier to pop my headphones in!