September 1, 2011 | In: Articles

The Audio Book Revolution

Many people are aware of the fast-growing, modern concept of books these days, this means audio books. Audio books are actually audio representations of a book published and written by an author on print. It is an audio recording of a text read by an actual person and produced by a computer-generated reader or the author itself.

These books are available in CDs and DVDs and can be purchased at outlets dealing with entertainment media. Nevertheless, the most popular way to acquire one is to purchase and download on the net, directly on your computer. Audio books are available in all types, ranging from novels, articles, courseware books and journals. They are very popular in digital formats like MP3 and WMA.

In today’s multitasking world, these talking books are a blessing in disguise. Regardless of the arguments about traditional and audio books, it is agreeable that paper-back books provide you the chance to ponder and pause on a certain book part. However, in audio books, you can enjoy listening to a story even if you are doing something else. With audio books, you can stay updated on your reading while not missing other important tasks that you have to perform.

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