Audiobooks might be one of the most strangely divisive issues in the book community. The answer seems obvious, but every few months someone ignites the "Is listening to audiobooks reading?" conversation all over again, and, as people on Twitter do, they argue. Obviously, audiobooks should count as reading as you are consuming words and building pictures in your mind and absorbing information. That's not really the point though. I wanted to talk about audiobooks today and the possibilities they unlock as well as their advantages when incorporating them into your regular reading routine. Personally, I go in and out with how often I listen to audiobooks. There's nothing I love more than being read to (probably stemming from how much my mom read to me as a kid), but the narrator can make or break an audiobook for me, so I'm very picky. I also listen to tons of music and podcasts so I find it hard to find the time to squeeze in audiobooks. I've found my ultimate
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