Free public domain books and audiobox
Until my car’s radio blew, I had a recent addiction that I want to share with all of you - audio books. Of course there are major sites that you have to pay for, but there are a few other ones that are legal and free as well.
LibriVox is a great resource. It has many public domain books. Unfortunately, it’s pretty much a crap shoot weather or not you get a good read, since everything is open to the public.
If you need a good starting book, I’d recommend “An American Yankee in King Aurthur’s’ Court.” It’s one of my favorite’s by far.
Another resource is project Gutenberg. Though they are well known for their e-books, they have audio books as well.
A third resource for free audiobooks is ITunes podcasts. A really good book avalible for free there is Robinson Crusoe by CandlelightStories.com.
Re: Free public domain books and audiobox
Is there any way to edit my post? There are a couple embarrassing grammar mistakes I’d like to correct in it.