August 30, 2011 | In: Articles

Reading Revolution with Audio Books

Most of you must be aware of the fast-growing, modern concept of books, which means the audio books. An audio book is an audio representation of a book written and published by an author on paper. In general, it is an audio recording of a text read by a real person and sometimes produced by computer-generated reader or the author itself.

Audio books are available in DVDs and CDs and can be found at outlets that deal with entertainment media. Nonetheless, the most popular way to get one is to buy and download it online, directly to your computer. These books are available in all kinds, which range from articles, novels, journals and courseware books for students. They are in popular digital formats such as WMA, MP3 and more.

In this age of multitasking, audio books are a blessing in disguise. Despite of all the arguments, it is agreeable that paper-back books give you the capacity to pause and ponder over a certain part of the book. Nevertheless, with audio books you get to enjoy listening to a story even if you are busy with other tasks. With an audio book, you can stay updated on your reading while not missing on other important chores you have to do.

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