Audiobook Challenge 2021: Mid-Year Check-In

July 5, 2021 Challenges 4

The Audiobook Challenge is hosted by Caffeinated Reviewer and That’s What I’m Talking About.

My Listening Year, So Far

We’re halfway through the Audiobook Challenge 2021, and according to the guidelines, it’s time for a check-in! This year, I’m aiming for the Weekend Warrior level of 5-10 audiobooks. So far, I have finished four audiobooks, although I had to read the last couple of chapters of one of them when my library checkout ended. I am currently in the middle of a fifth book, so it looks like I will make my goal for the year. But I still need to write reviews for all of them!

Below are the books I have read but not yet reviewed.

  • The Windsor Knot (S. J. Bennett)
  • The Code of the Woosters (P. G. Wodehouse)
  • The Bookshop on the Corner (Jenny Colgan) – listened to most of it, but had to finish the last few chapters as an ebook when my library check-out ended
  • The Anatomist’s Wife (Anna Lee Huber)
  • Mortal Arts (Anna Lee Huber) – audiobook – 41% read

4 Responses to “Audiobook Challenge 2021: Mid-Year Check-In”

  1. Katherine

    The Jeeves books are fantastic on audio! I’m so hot and cold with audio. Sometimes I fly through them and other times I barely listen to them at all and there seems to be no rhyme or reason. Good luck getting the rest of your audios listened to and getting those reviews written!

    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      Some audiobooks are a lot easier to listen to than others, depending on both the book and the narrator. And I agree; some I fly through, and some I slog through (or give up.) Thank you for the good-luck wishes!

    • Lark_Bookwyrm

      Thanks! I don’t commute (and haven’t in decades, since I freelance from home), but I like to listen while walking on the treadmill, washing dishes, folding laundry, and spinning or knitting (as long as the pattern isn’t complex.)