Get Seven Habits on your iPod

I heard recently that the best-selling non-fiction audio book of all time is Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey. (More books by Stephen R. Covey). It is now available for download on–a new source of audio books. If you have never read or listened to this book, you\’ve got to do it. It\’s a classic.

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  1. is now bragging that they have “5700 e-books and 1,600 audiobooks, including the latest best sellers, book club favorites, award winning authors and more that you can download and read or listen to on your home PC or Windows-based MP3 player.” It doesn’t seem to be up yet, but thought you might like to know. I love listening to mp3 books because you can speed them up–you never could do that with CD books. If I could find a car stereo that let you speed up CDs or tapes, or even MP3s, I’d buy it in a heartbeat and probably so would any of the demographic that listens to audiobooks or motivational tapes. So someone who reads this run with it, and remember me when I want one… 😉

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