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The Perfect Subscription For Book Lovers - BookBeat (AD)


Disclaimer - This post is sponsored by BookBeat but as always all opinions and thoughts are honest and 100% my own.

If you've been following me for a while, you might have guessed that I'm an avid reader and my one of favourite things to do is to get completely lost in a book for hours on end. I know lots of you are also book worms, so when BookBeat got in touch to see if I'd like to try out their service, and share it with you all, I was very excited. I was even more excited after I'd been using BookBeat for a few weeks, because it's exactly what I've been looking for, and I think lots of you are going to love it too!

So what is BookBeat? Basically, the best way I can describe it is that it's like Spotify, but for audio books! Unlike other audio book services where you pay per audio book, with BookBeat you simply pay a monthly subscription fee, and you get unlimited access to thousands of books.

If you're as excited as I was when I first heard about BookBeat and want to try it out for yourself, 
you can sign up for a free trial here, and enjoy unlimited audio books for an entire month!
With BookBeat you can even download your audio books which makes it perfect for listening to them whilst flying and you can also add the books that you want to listen to, to a list called 'My Books'. It makes it very easy to keep track of what you've listened to, what you want to listen to, as well as how much of each book you've listened to, which is great because I often forget about books I've read, and I'm halfway through before realising I've already read the book! BookBeat also has a handy sleep timer setting, so if you're listening to a book before bed, you can set it to stop playing after a certain amount of time so you don't miss anything while you're asleep. 
Two of my most favourite recent reads are on BookBeat, The Girls In The Garden by Lisa Jewell and Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman, so if you're looking for inspiration, then definitely check these two out, and if you do, let me know what you thought of them! As you can see above, I've also just finished listening to The Family by Louise Jensen on BookBeat and it was fantastic, a great one to listen to if you love lots of plot twists and surprises!

BookBeat makes it really easy to find new books to read, with an inspiration page with trending books, selected new releases as well as the latest best sellers. You can also explore your favourite type of books with the categories page, which is very handy for someone like me who tends to stick to the same genre/style of book (I know, I need to branch out a bit more).

Like I said at the start of this post I was very excited about BookBeat because it's exactly what I've been looking for. I can now listen to books on my drive to and from work, while I work out, or even when I just want to lie on my bed with my eyes shut after a long day, it's a book lovers dream!

I also think BookBeat is extremely reasonably priced too, for only €14.90 a month, you can have access to unlimited audio books, which is why I became a regular subscriber after my free trial had ended.

I hope you enjoyed this post, and remember you can get an entire month's free trial by signing up through this link. It's not affiliated or anything, just a great way for you to try out a brilliant service!

Thanks for reading!
Emer x

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