If you are frequently driving long distances in your car, then you probably enjoy listening to audiobooks. CNET reports about a new source for audiobooks, Booksfree.com.
Booksfree.com follows the Netflix business model. "Users pay a flat fee for a monthly subscription, and receive a rotation of audiobook CDs sent to them by mail . . . with subscriptions as low as $10.99/mo," according to CNET.
If you link to the CNET article, be sure to check out the reader comments, which have more suggestions for finding inexpensive audiblebooks.
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