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One for my audiobook people
... though I understand thee not
I will probably never be an audiobook person. The closest I ever come is when driving on solitary road trips: I’ve been known to rent those books on CD at Cracker Barrel along the way to keep myself awake. (Surprise! You didn’t know I was a 65-year-old Boomer at heart!) I can vouch for the effectiveness of the approach, because awake I certainly was when I scared the beejeezies out of myself listening to The Girl on the Train while driving alone at night a few years ago and had to make friends with a gas station attendant just to calm myself down.
But I’m a mom of five so I’ll let you take a wild guess at how often I go driving on solitary road trips. (RIP 19-year-old concert-hopping, midriff-baring me.) For the most part, you can find me with a book in my hands. I’m one of those people who like the feel, the smell, the comfort. Also — and there is no overemphasizing this point — the people in this house? They are chatty. Words are going into my ears at what feels like every waking hour of the ever-loving day. No need to pile on, says I.
Nevertheless, I know that some of you are audiobook die-hards, so I’ve got a treat for you today: SIX COPIES OF FEMINIST PRAYERS FOR MY DAUGHTER FROM AUDIOBOOKS.COM TO GIVE AWAY TO SIX OF YOU.
My audiobook peeps, this is your moment.
To enter, just leave a comment on this post telling me the best audiobook you’ve ever listened to and I’ll randomly draw 6 winners who will receive the vouchers via email.
Feminist Prayers for My Daughter makes a great gift. If you like it, why not stock up so that you have a copy at the ready the next time a female you love has a graduation, baby shower, confirmation, birthday, Mother’s Day, and on and on? When you order a box of 20 copies straight from the publisher, you save a whopping 40%!
Or, you know, be normal and just get one. That works too.
Sending you love and light from Iowa,