I'm a knitter but these days I only knit socks. I used to read a lot but about two years ago I switched to audible books to accommodate my sock knitting. I've just finished this pair and already have another pair on the needles.
This afternoon I listened to Conscience of a Conservative. I know, I know, you think I'm a glutton for punishment but listening was a lot better than reading it. It's a short little book, about 125 pages and only took 2.5 hours to listen to it.
The book was written in 1960, the year I graduated from high school. I was surprised to learn it was actually ghostwritten by L. Brent Bozell, Jr., brother-in-law of William F. Buckley.
Given Republicans don't seem to know which way is up this election cycle I thought I'd go back in history to see if I could figure out what went wrong.
How do you feel about audible books?