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How do you decide what you’ll listen to? Do you mostly listen, or split time between listening and reading? Particularly if you split time, how do you decide what you’ll consume in audio and what in print?
Over the past few years, my reading has been about 1/3 audio. Now that I have less time for print (and almost all of my ebook time is for work), the percentage of my books that are consumed in audio has gone up to about 40%.
Given the right narrator, I’m willing to try just about anything in audio, although super-complex stuff is often better in print. I will often choose audio for nonfiction, unless it is something I need to pay particularly lose attention to or take notes on. I also tend to try to go with audio for things that are already out; almost all my of my print reading (other than things for BOOK CLUB) are pre-release, since I need to consider books for upcoming Bloggers Recommend newsletters.
How do you choose what to listen to and what to read?