Every once in awhile, I'll sub in a class at the junior high or high school. Sometimes, the teacher leaves an assignment that the students work on without help. On those days, it's important that I have a book to read while the students work.
On Friday, I read the first 100 pages of In the Wake of the Plague (Black Plague 14th century) by Norman F. Cantor. I am increasing my learning by underlining and taking notes in the margins. It's been a long time since I have done this, but it's my own old book, and I was recently reminded of the practice by Sarah Coller of Belle's Library.
While working at home, driving, knitting, and hand quilting, I'm listening to two audiobooks on Everand:
A Winter by the Sea by Julie Klassen, and
How to Stitch an American Dream by Jenny Doan.
I love the Everand app (formerly Scribd)! I've read 9 books so far this year.
Five were audiobooks on Everand! There's never a per book charge, it's all included in $11.99 a month. This is the best money I spend each month for entertainment and for education.
I don't have any trouble finding books to read. There are fiction and non-fiction titles.
I highly recommend Everand. I keep a book downloaded on my phone so that I can listen in the car or on the go, too.
You can get two months free by using my link, and I'll get one month free. Win win!