How 'bout LISTENED to any good books lately?
I was pondering Yaffa's post and realized that I haven't read much literature lately. I have a big pile of reading material next to my bed and every chair in the house, but there isn't any good literature on it. I have quilting magazines, news journals, art books, young adult fantasy adventure novels (so I can talk books with my kids), and my latest homework (whatever I'm reading to review for the Association of Jewish Libraries.) Usually by the time I have time to read in the evenings, I don't have enough brain cells awake to read anything deep or meaningful.
BUT, as a bibliophile at heart, I do manage to take in some literature on my commute in to work. Both the LA public library and Long Beach public library have great audio book collections. While they both have plenty of "fluff" they also have many wonderful unabridged recordings of classic and contemporary literature. I just had the pleasure of listening to To Kill a Mockingbird read by Sissy Spacek. The next on my list is Michael Chabon's Yiddish Policemen's Union.
So, I'm wondering if any of you listen to audiobooks? on cassette? CD? mp3?