March 1, 2011

March 2011: Welcome and Link-Up

Welcome to Audiobook Jukebox! Use this post to link up your audiobook reviews. Feel free to link up as many reviews as you'd like.

When you submit a review link, we will add your review to the author, title, and narrator indexes found on this blog. To access these indexes, use the tabs under the banner graphic.

Each book that has been reviewed also appears as an individual post labeled by publisher and genre. To access books by genre or publisher, please click on the labels in the sidebar listed under "Genres & Publishers." Please feel free to let us know what you thought about any title listed here by commenting on that book's post.

Each blogger who contributes a review link will be added to the list of contributing blogs located in the sidebar.

Please use the contact form to report broken links or typos and to make suggestions.

Submitting Links
  • Your Name: please add the title of the book in parentheses after your name: Beth F (Pride & Prejudice)
  • Your URL: Please make sure your link leads straight your audiobook review and not to your blog's home page.
We will add your review to the indexes as soon as we can. Look for a new Mr. Linky post at the beginning of each month.

If for any reason Mr. Linky does not appear, please add your review links to the comments or try again after a while. Note too that just because Mr. Linky asks you to comment, you are under no obligation to do so.

NOTE: We are not including podcasts (including books from LibriVox or Podiobooks) in the database at this time.

Remember, you can submit as many audiobook reviews as you'd like. There are no restrictions in terms of numbers, length, or style.


Kathy said...

thanks for setting up this linky!

Sue Jackson said...

This blog is a great idea! I just left links for two very good audio books. One for teen/YA, Thunder Over Kandahar, an excellent novel about the friendship between two girls in war-torn Afghanistan. And another for grown-ups, The Three Weissmanns of Westport, a warm and witty novel that is also a retelling of Pride and Prejudice.