Today is the fourth day of Audiobook Week 2010. This fabulous event is the dream child of Jen of Devourer of Books. Be sure to read her Audiobook Week information post and the post listing the great prizes available for participants! (I'll be offering one of those prizes on Friday, so be sure to come back!)
For the first four days of Audiobook Week, I plan to post on the daily topic. On Friday, I am going take a different path. I hope you take the time to visit all the participating blogs; you can find them by checking out Jen's blog and clicking on the Mr. Linkys.
I listen to audiobooks almost every chance I get. Here are just some of the activities that go better with an audiobook.
Picking berries, drinking coffee, playing computer games.
Cooking, driving, dusting.
Where and when do you listen to books?
(Pardon the poor quality of the photos -- one handed quick shots are not conducive to art!)
Today's audiobook review, Bog Child, is set in Ireland. I've spent a few hours listening to Irish stories. Here some Irish audiobooks that I've enjoyed:
The Artemus Fowl series by Eoin Colfer (I've listened to six)
Irish Country Doctor series by Patrick Taylor (I've listened to three)
The Tavern on Maple Street by Sharon Owens (I know Owens has more out on audio)
Blessed Are the Cheesemakers bySarah-Kate Lynch (yes, that's the title & I reviewed it)
On my wish list are the Ireland books by Edward Rutherfurd: The Princes of Ireland and The Rebels of Ireland.