Public Domain Audio Books
Audiobooks from Public Domain Resources can be downloaded from different PD sites such as Librivox.com or the Internet Archives.
Due to the large size requirements for some audio books, in Public Domain or Copyright sites, I quickly found it necessary to purchase a 500-Gigabyte hard drive. It did not take long before I began to fill up my hard disc drive due to the many audiobooks easily being one Gigabyte and more.
I later decided it was much easier to transfer all my audiobooks to CD-ROM and DVD.
When transferring audiobooks to an MP 3 Player for portable listening, the endeavor was much easier to access an individual disc using an independent media library rather than from my jammed computer hard drive.
It is for this reason, I offer Public Domain audiobooks of your choice for you to purchase on CD-ROM and DVD.
I charge only for the cost of materials including shipping and handling. The actual price you pay depends upon your purchase inclusion and for the materials with media type such as CD-ROM versus DVD.
CD-ROM, (approximately 700 to 800 Megabytes), has limitations in size versus the capability for a DVD capacity of 4 Gigabytes.
The format for all audio books supplied is in MP 3 format that can be played on almost any computer CD/DVD and MP 3 player. You will have to read your CD/DVD/MP3 Player manual to verify what format you can use in your equipment.
If you have questions, please use the comments section of this blog to obtain further details.
If you plan to transfer your audiobooks to an iPod, iPhone, or other style audio book listening device, you will find it necessary to do some research.
Audiobooks are not the same as downloading or transferring music or using an iTunes subscription to your reader (listening) devices. You can find more information on types of formats and devices for your Audio Books at [Audi Books Devices].