A clarification to a previous post

A while back I wrote about downloading free audio books. Remember? Go here


Well, I decided to investigate it yesterday on my day off.
The segment I saw on the Today show lead me to believe that it was a one–step process. Guess what? It’s not. Long story short, after several steps I was directed to www.booksonboard.com which has a search box for free ebooks. Click on Read More. You will eventually get a list of the books they offer at a 100 % discount, so even though the price is listed at $4.99, with the discount it is free.
You do have to create an account so you will be getting email sale ads from them.
The titles they have to offer are classics — Emma and Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Doyle, and Dracula by Bram Stocker to name just a few.
So, if you want to spend a little time doing some digging, eventually you will be rewarded with some FREE audio books.
Hope this clears up any confusion.

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