Do you like this book.
Chapter TwoI was still doing my best to figure out just who the Hell that crazy cat woman had been. How she’d morphed from and back to a cat in a matter of minutes, and why had she not cared about me? Why was she so concerned about Donovan?Most of all, why had she once been his maid? What the hell was up with…
I only got to the eighth paragraph. The dialogue was horrible. No one talks like that. It’s like you want them to sound smart and grown-up, but they really sound like they’re in some badly made romance movie.
Is it being fair to the author to do this.
I’m sorry, I don’t know if this fits here exactly. If not, feel free to tell me and I’ll delete my post. Thank you.I have insomnia, so I listen to audiobooks at night. I always buy them off of iTunes, but I get so many that I’m considering starting to buy them off of Audible.com since they have…
The author is making their money.Companies sometimes offer deals like this to entice people in and it is the company that is offering the deal that takes the loss, not the author.
Audio books, streaming… Like netflix.
Are there any sites that offer *Streaming* or instant play audio books online?NOT Audible.com! You have to purchase and download there. I just want to listen once, but I want a selection that I can pick from.I am not looking for free sites or anything, I’ll pay for an account. But ,I don’t want to…
Librivox.org has free downloadable audiobooks, but only if the books are in the public domain. I regret that I don’t know of a site with newer books like the one you describe, but try libraries. Oftentimes, you can get books on CD for free at your local library and then you can put them into your computer, rip the audiotracks, and return the CD to the library. That’s how I listened to 1776.
How to insert chapter breaks into an audio file.
I have some audio books on CD that I am transferring into my itunes library. The problem is the huge amount of individual tracks that get transferred – it just makes my library and my ipod messy when I try and scroll through everything. I found a program that lets me rip an entire CD into one consolidated .wav…
stop it & go the menu like insert, then click browse, for the file u want put in
I’d like to find a site where I can download books for a lesser charge, seems to me it should be you can listen to a book once,and not have to pay the high price audible.com charges,like a library.I have a boatload of books on my computer,and trying to figure out a way to trade with people.I use the books at…
there are some free books here http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/scores/t…and it’s legal
How can I download my c d’s to my Dell Juke box.
I have tried to go step by step through the help section of dell and they lost me, also, audible.com has great books but they will not move over. I called audible.com help and they were not at all
i’m not famiar with jukebox..i know i have it on my computer, but I don’t use it..I use windows media player…but you can also find the assistance via your troubleshooter on your computer…or go to your jukebox, click on download or rip & you may be able to do it like that :)…….DreO
How can I convert a protected m4b file to mp3 format for free.
I’ve searched, but have only found programs that convert about 1 min. or so for free. I’d like to put an audio book that I bought from audible.com in my mp3 player. Please help. thanks!
You can burn m4b files to CD, the rip the CD to mp3, this process will remove the DRM protection.If you don’t have DVD or CD burner, you may try this media converter, it’s not free, but it can convert protected m4b file to mp3, it works pretty well for me, I think it worth the money.http://www.youtubetoipod.biz/drm-remover.htmlHave a nice day, you can use http://www.wikianswer.com to search more answers or email me if you need further help.
I want to burn a downloaded Audio book to CD.
Hi,I purchased an audio book (Fellowship of the Ring), stored as fileformat (.aa) and downloaded it, and want to burn it to CD now, so that I can rip it to MP3 format so that it will play on my mobile devices.I know I can do this with itunes, but it says that the audio book file (total size is 314MB)…
Yes it will cause the audio to abruptly stop when you need to change to the next disc. This obviously could be in mid sentence or mid word. When you are ripping them back to PC you will have to use an MP3 Joiner (lots of free ones available), it’s a simple and quick task.What I would do is : Edit the files in to 80 min sections now using something like MP3 Cutter (free), ending each disk at an appropriator place rather than mid word. Then burn the prepared sections. It may seem like a lot of effort but it will be worth it in the long run.
can you return audible books at audible.com.
I just bought an audible book from audible.com through amazon and i want to return. is that even possible?
Usually the answer is no…the reason is copyright laws. If you have downloaded anything from Amazon or Audible you, in theory, can copy it to your computer and then return it, get your money back, and have a copy of it for free. Many, many people do it and that’s why stores are really hesitant to return open cd’s, software and/or games. That said, if you explain to them that you’ve made a mistake and bought the wrong thing often times they will give you your money back, especially Amazon…but beware they can track how many things you’ve bought and tried to return…every business keeps track of your credit card info and know if they have reimbursed you or not.I work at a Barnes & Noble in the music dept. I had this man who kept coming in and returning open cd’s. Over and over…I called him out and said we couldn’t return open cd’s anymore and he started coming in and watching to see who was working. If it was someone he didn’t know…he’d return something and we’d be nice and give him his money back. I realized this and took his photo off the security cameras and told everyone working who he was and what he was doing. Sure enough, he came in, with 4 open cd’s, I saw him and told him no….he freaked out and the police were called. When the cops showed up they said, “We know all about him from other stores (Walmart and Best Buy)…he buys music, rips it on his computer…then sells mp3’s to other people…while returning the cd for refunds.”If they tell you no, on your refund, this man is the reason why.