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On WildlyRead: Audio Book Review: Robin Hood by David B. Coe, Read by Robin Sachs

I’ve started listening to audiobooks again, thanks to my longish commute (20-40 minutes one-way, without traffic). Why I chose to start with this book, I don’t know, but the gist is, unless you love deep, gravelly voices reading to you in English, Scottish, and Welsh accents, skip it. 7 more words

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Audio Book Review: Robin Hood: The Story Behind the Legend by David B. Coe, Read by Robin Sachs

I drive at least 40 minutes to-and-from work every day. Some days, it’s more like a couple of hours. I often listen to audio books, and though I usually prefer to listen to authors read their own work, preferably essays like David Sedaris or fascinating and sardonic non-fiction like Sarah Vowell, for some reason, I picked this up: 603 more words

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More Listening, Less Hearing

I spontaneously made the decision the other day to start listening to Podcasts instead of music. I’ve been frustrated with iTunes Match lately (first world problem complaint to the MAX), and have been listening to the same music on Spotify for a long time. 370 more words

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