To celebrate #AudioMonth, I have one copy of the CD version of Here and Again by Nicole R. Dickson to give away courtesy of Blackstone Audio. To be entered into this random drawing, just make a comment below answering the question: “What was the first audiobook you remember listening to?”. Entrants must be 18+ years of age, and residents of the continental US only please. Entries will be taken up until 5pm EST on Monday, June 16. The winner will be contacted by email and then I’ll need your mailing address to get the CDs to you, but I don’t keep or share any contact info. Good luck and thanks for listening!
THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED.  Karen W. is the randomly selected winner and the CDs will be mailed out to her as soon as I get her address.  Thanks to all for entering! I give away lots of books – to find out about them in the future, please consider following this blog, or my Facebook page, or on Twitter.

12 thoughts on “#AUDIOMONTH #GIVEAWAY: Here and Again”

  1. gaele says:

    oh goodness – I’d have to say that it was a series of children’s stories by Robert Munsch – daughter was in love with his stories, and I was able to get a set of cassette (that long ago) recordings of his performance of them – those were constant companions on our longer drives for nearly 4 years.

  2. My first audiobook was Kiss of the Vampire by Terry Spear. I loved it and have been hooked on audios since!

  3. Jodi D says:

    Gosh, I have been listening since I was young, but the one book that made me really get into audio books was Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult

  4. MaryC says:

    Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone got me hooked on audiobooks.

  5. Cathy P says:

    My first audiobook was ONE SEASON OF SUNSHINE by Julia London.

  6. Disney Winnie the Pooh with pings that told me when to turn the pages.

    1. kewhite says:

      I love those pings!

  7. YvonneJ says:

    I started listening to audiobooks 20+ years ago. I don’t recall what the first book was but It was on a cassette and I listened to it on my Sony Walkman.

  8. Lee Storm says:

    I started with the “Talking Books For The Blind” program 50 years ago, and I think the first book was a collection called, “18 Short Books.” My first commercial audio book was a Star Trek story, but I don’t remember which one. Now that my husband’s vision is failing, he’s gotten hooked and we have great listening experiences together. We may not agree all the time, but one thing we do agree on is….Harry Potter! 🙂

  9. That’s easy! My first audiobook was THE DOG STARS – just finished listening a few weeks ago!

  10. I’m a huge fan of audios. The first audio I got was the Fifty Shades of Grey series. I listen to them all the time, driving and exercizing.

    1. kewhite says:

      Karen, you are the randomly selected winner! I will contact you shortly to get your mailing address.

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