Out With The Old/In With the New: May 2014

December 26, 2014 Misc. 6

Outwithold1-1024x1024Michelle @ Because Reading & Berls @ Fantasy is More Fun are recapping 2014 and looking ahead to 2015 the next 12 days. They said to feel free and join them so I am!  I’ll be sharing highlights month-by-month and giving you a peak at my goals for 2015. I thought this sounded like a fun way to refresh my memory on things that went on on my blog during the year. :) I changed the last question on my to reflect my least favorite read instead of a favorite post. :)

Out With The Old: 2014

Some Quick Facts:

  • Books Read: 16
  • Books Reviewed: 16
  • Favorite Book Read: The Accidental Werewolf by Dakota Cassidy (audio)
  • Least Favorite Read: The Lost by Sarah Beth Durst

This was the month I rediscovered audiobooks. I had listened to one or two here or there through out the years but never really became a huge fan. Then I tried audible.com and grabbed a few and that was it I was hooked. So in the month of May most of my reads were audio and as you can see I went wild..lol.

In With The New: 2015

In 2015 I am hoping to up my audios to even more as I am really loving them. It really does depend on the narrator if it is a wow read or not even if the story is great. So I am hoping to feature more audiobooks and giving the narrators a bit more credit than I have in the past. Normally I just wrote a few things about the narrators but since they really are the glue that holds the audio together I think they deserve more than a few sentences in my reviews. 🙂

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6 Responses to “Out With The Old/In With the New: May 2014”

    • Stormi

      Yeah, I can’t wait to get into more audios. I signed up for the audio challenge to listen to 30+ and I think I can do it. 🙂

  1. Lorna

    I just really started listening in the last few months and joined Audible. I am enjoying it, but it hasn’t taken the place of reading for me-yet. I like that in books I have already read, I hear things that went over my head when reading. Plus they are great for long car trips!

  2. Stormi

    I will always enjoy reading but it has been fun listening to some of my books. If they are great narrator/storytellers then it can be a lot of fun. 🙂 And yes they are a must for car trips..also great for doing chores like mowing the lawn..lol. 🙂

    • Stormi

      I know it’s hard to talk about the narrators, so I am also going to try and use soundcloud. 🙂

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