Yes and No… I hava reread Ancestor and earthcore… But, the important part is
I support all published work from ANY author who gave it away (and i enjoyed it)
Not for me, havn’t touched a book since harry potter (besides school books)
I think it does encourage people to read, some even to write/record their own short stories.
I would agree with Mark YN and Jim Dale (Harry Potter narrator) that is good for reading. It helped me find books my sons and I like to read. I also am more likely to try books that are not Science Fiction or fantasy, at least from the library or podcasts.
It gives peeps a chance to read when they might not have the chance to sit down and read a book, and it also probly increases interest in reading.
Nate Dogg… "life is hard. But its one helluva lot harder if you’re stupid"- -John Wayne
It broadens their imagination and creative horizons. Get’s them interested in other genre works by a variety of authors.
SynapticJam on Toast – hhhmmm… tastes like chicken (aka PUVJK)
It’s been well established that reading to children helps encourage reading. My son and I read together all the time. I think if they are used correctly, audiobooks can be a great tool to help people get interested in reading.
Of course, the works of Sigler are less than ideal for getting children to read. Getting them to shit themsleves, that’s another matter. [I think, therefore I’m right. –Hugo Rune]
And will you send an email if you agree wirh Mark Yoshimoto Nemcoff about audio books?
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