Wednesday, 30 August 2017

Audible

Audible means capable of being heard. If something happens audibly, that means it's audible. When a sound is indistinct, or simply not loud enough, you might complain about its audibility (creators of TV dramas don't seem to care about the audibleness of their product).

Audible is also an Amazon salesline, which enables subscribers to listen to a huge range of audio books for a monthly fee. They're currently offering a free trial.

From Story Idea to Reader is now available as an audio book (see my last post for more info) so if you'd like an audible version of the writing advice offered by myself and Rosemary J Kind, sign up now!

4 comments:

Nas said...

Thank you Patsy, for the link to your audible book. I'm checking it out. As I buy from the US site so I'm searching for it at the moment.

I like writing craft books in audios.

Patsy said...

I believe you can get the same deal from the US site, Nas.

Rosemary Gemmell said...

Well done on getting it onto audible, Patsy. I still prefer watching or reading to listening but husband loves the radio. Haven't tried audio books yet.

Patsy said...

I prefer a book (or kindle) but audio books are great for people who spend a lot of time driving, or doing something else where they can listen but not look.