Wed 07 November 2012
CALLING ALL LISTENERS: in which weird, wonderful, funny, bizarre, romantic, extraordinary places have you listened to the audiobooks by deBuren?
We know that the citybooks are ideal holiday literature, and it’s common knowledge that Radio Books are great for when you’re stuck in traffic. But in which weird, wonderful, funny, bizarre, romantic, extraordinary places have you listened to the audiobooks by deBuren?
Radio Books good for labour
I made it through the first few hours of labour quite well, due largely to the fact I could deal with the contractions in the bath. For much of the time in the water, I had the Radio Book Hoog bezoek (Lofty Visitor) by Adriaan van Dis playing. His pleasant voice helped me to relax even more.
Although the rest of the delivery was rather hard work, I look back fondly on the birth of our very own lofty visitor. It’s now four months ago that we became the proud parents of our beautiful daughter Lynne!
Maayke from Utrecht.
CALLING ALL LISTENERS:
Do you also have an extraordinary, bizarre or funny story about the audio books by deBuren? Let us know! Do you bake the best cakes listening to Arnon Grunberg's A Reported Offence? Has no citybook ever sounded as good as the one you listened to that time in that rowing boat? Or maybe you calm your nerves in the dentist’s waiting room with Saskia de Coster’s citybook One Hundred and Forty Kilos of Love? Share it with us!
- Send your story (maximum 200 words) to firstname.lastname@example.org and win a wonderful citybooks CD with stories by Bernard Dewulf and Ester Naomi Perquin.
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