Re: NLS readers

Gerardo Corripio

Except the occasional book that one gleans from news, goodReads, or other sources, which is not available  Bookshare here in Mexico nor on BARD.

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El 12/08/2018, a la(s) 2:38 p. m., Roger Loran Bailey via Groups.Io <Rogerbailey81@...> escribió:

The subject of Audible versus the NLS has come up before and I have said that I am not about to pay the Audible prices when I have access to so many free books or, in the case of Bookshare, so many books that effectively cost only pennies. I know that Audible has books that the NLS does not have, but I have so many books from my other sources that I really want to read and will not live long enough to read that for me to pay for an Audible book it would have to be really special. When this has come up before I said that I had never even visited the Audible web site. Since the last time the topic came up I have now visited the web site and browsed it. My expectations were confirmed. There is nothing there that special.

On 8/12/2018 1:40 PM, Miriam Vieni wrote:

Which is one of the reasons I stopped using Audible. If I have a bit of patience, I can get just about all of the books I want to read without charge.




From: <> On Behalf Of Sally MaGuire
Sent: Sunday, August 12, 2018 12:23 PM
Subject: [bardtalk] NLS readers



I have often gotten a book from Audible and later find it is �on NLS.

It is easy to return the book to Audible and then use the NLS

Instead. The reader is the same on both.

Sally Maguire

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