50 AudioBooks

Hi everybody! Nic here from InstantLibraries.com

I wanted to drop in to [A] say that I’ll be checking in when I can to help answer any questions, but also to ** proactively answers the most common ones now so here goes…

APPLE, ANDROID, MP3 Players ETC

You can enjoy these from your iPhone, iPad, Android devices, etc - basically any device that can access the internet to download the files. Alternatively you can also download to say your computer and then transfer to a traditional MP3 player (like a Zune :wink: so long story short these are very flexible and playable on nearly any device you can think of easily

SAMPLES

>>>http://www.egolibrary.com/data/demo/Tom-Sawyer.mp3 (from the KIDS version)

>>>http://www.egolibrary.com/data/demo/Flying-Dutchman.mp3

AUDIO NOT FREE

These audiobooks are not free anywhere (that we know of at least). Yes you can find similar titles free on sites like LIbrivox, but Librivox recordings for example are done by volunteers. Ours are recorded in a studio by professional actors (not celebrities) in high quality sound. Most have British accents while a few are American. Not to knock Librivox; it’s a great resource for sure, but there is a considerable difference

LISTS (INDEXES)

> All 50 AudioBooks are “Classic” Books. There is a link to a list of all the books included in the product description. Alternatively the list can also be found at:

https://www.instantlibraries.com/library/audio-classics

LENGTH

The AudioBooks are unabriged and vary in length. There are many short stories as well as longer epics. In all there hundreds of hours worth of listening - enough to keep busy for a LONG time :slight_smile:

SHARING

lastly we encourage sharing these are not protected or restricted in any way. By all means, feel free share with friends and family. The more the merrier.

As mentioned I’ll be keeping an eye on these forums so if you have any questions please drop me a line and I’ll be happy to help! Thanks everyone,

Nic

Can these be transferred from computer to Kindle Fire or directly to a Kindle Fire (not android OS)?

Yes you should be able to transfer them to your Fire. This article shows a couple methods:

https://www.technipages.com/how-to-transfer-music-to-kindle-fire

Hope that helps!