Non-fiction adventure reading. I tend to read things about mountaineering, challenging ice exploration, or even sea crossings. Something that is both a good historical recount, interspersed with personal challenge. Most recent book I read was 'The Pacific Alone: The Untold Story of Kayaking's Boldest Voyage'.
Hi, I'm on a bit of a soft skills / leadership refresh at the moment and have found "Turn the Ship Around!" by L. David Marguet an amazing book on Leadership. Fully recommended. I used the spotify Audio book system which is new and i didn't know about until Christmas! Well worth looking into if you have a spotify account!
I have played with spotify - and audible - they all turn to a PAY ME app fairly quickly. I use libby - its free, https://libbyapp.com/interview/welcome#doYouHaveACard you use a library card to get access to their virtual library. You can add multiple cards -to get access to more books. The reason i started this topic is so i can add books into my phone so i can digest a few durning travels to app world.
Yeah that's fair with Spotify and i'll have a look at Libby thanks. The reason i meantion Spotify as its been kept pretty quite is that if you have a paid for account or are the main account owning a family membership you get 15 hours or audio book a month as part of that subscription. Which really i fell over one day rather than being told about.
Not all books are under that subscription, but a lot are.