Whisper Stories In My EarJanuary Audiobook Reviews

Posted 1 January, 2011 by Danny in / 18 Comments

Welcome to the very first month of the
Whisper Stories In My Ear Challenge!

This post is for participants of the Whisper Stories In My Ear Challenge to post their audiobook reviews for January (i.e. any audiobook you reviewed in January should be linked to below).

If you haven’t had a chance to sign up for the challenge, please do that first here. As we said in our post that explains the challenge, each month we’ll do a give-away and all you need to do to enter is link to your review below. The more audiobooks you review each month, the more entries you get into the give-away! Pretty cool, hunh?

January’s give-away is your choice of one of the three audiobooks:
(downloads will be gifted via iTunes)

Winner will be announced in February and contacted via email, so please, if your email address isn’t listed on your blog/review site, leave it as a comment below the first time you post a review this month.

Sign the Mister Linky as the example shows below.

Your Name: Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk (Bewitched Bookworms)
Your URL: http://www.bewitchedbookworms.com/2011/01/squirrel-seeks-chipmunk-review.html

Good Luck!!

PS – Don’t forget that the lovely bloggers over at
Audiobook Jukebox compile lists of strictly Audiobook reviews.
Go check them out for a rec or add yours to their list!

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18 Responses to “Whisper Stories In My EarJanuary Audiobook Reviews”

  1. Heather Rosdol

    Wow Chinoiseries I'm gonna have to see what you listened to-that is one long audio book!____I listened to John Green's Paper Towns and loved it. The narrator was perfect and there were some absolutely hilarious moments in the story! So funny! I've been waiting to read An Abundance of Katherines (not sure how he spelled the name) but I think I'm going to read it to see if I feel different about reading his books rather than listening.____I totally recommend Paper Towns!____Heather

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  2. hrose2931

    #44 Was Love You Hate You Miss You by Elizabeth Scott and it was really great. Tough subject matter by I loved the narrator and it was a great way to deliver the subject matter!


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