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2011 Audiobook Challenge (COMPLETED)


Teresa's Reading Corner is the new host of this challenge, and I decided to join in. Here is what you need to do:

The 2011 Audio Book Challenge will run from January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2011.
Choose your level of participation and add your name to the Linky.
Curious: 3 Audio Books
Fascinated: 6 Audio Books
Addicted: 12 Audio Books
Obsessed: 20 Audio Books


Since this is my first year I will choose Level: Curious

1. The Swan Thieves - Elizabeth Kostova
2. The Postcard Killers - James Patterson
3. Private - James Patterson & Maxine Paetro
4. First Grave on the Right - Darynda Jones
5. Silver Girl - Elin Hildebrand

Comments

  1. i loved listening to the harry potter series and the artemis fowl series on audio. fun.

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  2. I think you chose wisely with it being your first year. Have fun with it...and good luck!

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  3. Welcome to the challenge. I'm so glad that you are giving it a try. Please let me know if you need any suggestions on books to listen to, and like GMR said, have fun with it!

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  4. Enjoy the challenge! I have a difficult time listening to audiobooks, mainly because the house is never quiet enough for me to hear them without saying, "Oh, my gosh! Can you be QUIET for just a few minutes!!!!" :)

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  5. I've been wanting to listen to an audio book for the longest time now. Great idea for a challenge!

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  6. Good Luck! Don't think I can add it to my list of tasks right now.

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