I have discovered audio books. I know that lots of people have been doing the audio books route for a long time, but I don’t have an Ipod, or mp3 player and when I am on line at home, it is to do something and get off the computer. So at work, where I do a lot of data entry, I find that I can focus on the task at hand more readily with something going on in the background. (Guess I must have a touch of ADD myself). I did a Google search and these are the two sites that I came up with where you don’t have to actually download the books on to your computer, which is something I can’t do at work. The first site was www.podiobooks.com where I read a book called the May Day Murders. I only looked at the ones that were complete books. I don’t want to get started with something and then have to wait a week or better to get the next chapter. I want it when I am ready for it. So I went to LibriVox . This site has books that the copyright laws no longer impact. They are all books that are in the public domain. I liked the first one better because it was the same person doing the talking where as the LibriVox is done by volunteers so you never know who will be reading it. The first book I listened to there was Murder at Bridge. Both of these books were pretty good. Nothing spectacular but good listening. At some point I will go to the library and get some audio books out. I think Mme Pearl has the right idea, she does this reading with her ears all the time.