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Archive for April, 2009


Who Created Audiobooks?

We are starting a series of posts dedicated to frequently asked questions about audio books.  They will for the most part be short posts unless they really need broader coverage.  As the first we have decided to track down who created the first audio book. It has been hard to identify who created them because […]

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Are Audio Books Good for the Environment?

As hopefully most of you know Earth Day was last Wednesday April 22nd.  It started me thinking about all the choices we make that can effect the environment.  Can listening to audio books help? It’s true that most of us don’t think about the environment enough on a regular basis.  If we did we would […]

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Charles Dickens’ Little Dorrit a True Classic

I stumbled onto the WGBH series of Charles Dicken’s Little Dorrit a few weeks ago.  I did not even know it was a series but I found it so interesting and entertaining I saw all 5 episodes which ended last night. Charles Dickens wrote many books in the 1800’s.  He is probably better known for […]

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2009 Audies Award Nominees for CreateTimeAudio

We have put some banners together highlighting the AudioBooks we have in our catalog that have been nominated for the 2009 Audies awards.  This is an easy way to find audio books that you may want to listen to. We have 13 audio books on the list including Sunrise Alley which you see on the […]

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Audies Audiobook of the Year 2009 Nominees Announced

Yesterday the Audio Publishers Association announced the 2009 Audio Book of the Year Nominees for their Audies Award. Brisingr by Christopher Paolini, read by Gerard Doyle, published by Listening Library The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman, read by the author, published by HarperAudio A Wolf at the Table: A Memoir of My Father by Augusten […]

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