Question. What is a FLAC?
Answer. You can find out more about FLACs direct from the source -->

Question. Where did 'so-and-so' audio book title go? I can't find it.
Answer. We've culled about 40 of our earlier titles to make room for the new.

Question. What software do you use?
Answer. Technically not a frequently asked question but for those interested see our Gear and Software Used page.

Question. I would like to download some of your books to listen on my MP3 player but when i click on your link it goes straight into quicktime. I cant seem to find out how to download it as an mp3 file.
Answer. Rather than using the left mouse button click try the right mouse button click and choose 'Save Link As... or Save Target As...'

Question. I am looking for Typee by Herman Melville and the Articles of Confederation and the Declaration of Independence or the Gettysburg Address read by Michael Scherer where did they go?
Answer. Michael was kind enough to let us host his recordings. You can find them at the source now at where you'll find more great recordings available.

Question. I want to download some of your audios, specially Shakespeares audio sonnets but I don`t know how to get the password, what should I do?
Answer. ''We've removed a large part of our earliest recordings to make room for our latest releases. the sonnets are no longer available but i hope to remake them in the future. no password is necessary for anything we have available.''

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by Sarah Atlee