Every Tuesday the ladies over at The Broke and the Bookish host a book related Top 10.
When I saw that this week's Top Ten Tuesday was an audiobook freebie I had to drop everything and put together a post. Fair warning, there will be formatting errors. I'm just praying it's readable.
I started listening to a few audiobook memoirs a few years ago, but I didn't become an audiobook junky until early 2015. I was traveling weekly for work and they were long road trips. I can only listen to about an hour of music before time drags.
2010 - Listened to my first audiobook on a road trip with my family. It was Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Sedaris and we laughed so hard I remember thinking that it was probably dangerous to be driving.
2013 - Rainbow Rowell raved about the narrators of Eleanor & Park. It had been a year since my first read and I decided to give the audio a shot for re-read. Loved it. Rebecca Lowman and Sunil Malhotra were both phenomenal and really added to the experience. After that I read all of Rainbow's books once and then listened to the audio for my re-read.
This is my new standard by audiobooks are measured. This was a performance and I cannot wait for the sequel.
Final recommendation - the What Should I Read Next podcast from Anne Bogel aka Modern Mrs. Darcy. It comes out every Tuesday (new episode today!) and I usually drop my current audio book to listen on my way home from work. Only con - my TBR list grows every episode.