I have a lot of unlistened audio books from a local (I think) audiobookstore. But now I'm getting most of them from the library. I rip them to my computers hard drive and download them to the Kindle from there.
I get most of mine from the library, I do buy a few off audible if it would be something I would listen to more then once (like David Sedaris). But Audiobooks are a little too pricey for me to validate not getting em at the library first.
I'm pretty sure the books from overdrive are DRM protected. I don't think they'll work on the Kindle.
I get mine from Audible. I've signed up for a membership plan and my books work out to about $11.50 each. I used to rip the audio CDs myself, but it became to time consuming. Audible is very simple to use.
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