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I have been a member of for a while and have a few credits saved up. I have been too busy with other things to make use of my credits. Anyone else here a member? What are you listening to?


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I love audible. I've been a member for about 5 years or so. I listen to books while working in the yard, walking, standing in line, driving, whenever I'm by myself. I have over 250 audible books of almost every subject. I'd be hard pressed to generate a list, but mostly non-fiction, but right now I'm listening to '13 Things That Don't Make Sense'. I love it.
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I most recently listened to Malcomb Gladwell's "Outliers" from Audible. I loved it.
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Shadow divers. My all time favorite audible book.
Jake Austin
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“I Lie for Money” by Steve Spill may be of interest to this community.
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I always want to read but don't make the time, I'm new to audible and loving it. I am a fan of Stephen King, but there are also some business books liek Habit of Highly Effective People and stuff like that I'd never read, but find myself listening to a bit

Also, check out the podcast "Stuff You Should Know" online or a free app (I use radionation I think)
Very good stuff on there, and it's usually less than an hour long.
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You're posting this in the business section, so I'll start with the books I've listened to on audible that have helped me in some way:

The Alchemist (
The Subtle Art of not giving a !@#$ (
Steal the Show (
The War of Art (
How the World Sees You (
How to fail at almost everything and still win big (

In case you're interested, Other books I'm currently or recently enjoying:
Influx (
Around the World in 80 Days (
Ready Player One (
The Dresden Files (
Norse Mythology (
Surely You're Joking Mr. Feynman (
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Hear is Real Magic by Nate Staniforth

The Secret History of Magic by Peter Lamont and Jim Steinmeyer

Magic is Dead by Ian Frisch
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I really enjoyed Nightmare Alley. I listen to it at least once a year.

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