LOVETTSVILLE, Va., November 19, 2021 (Newswire.com) - Bob Rutzel, an Air Force veteran, movie critic, poet, and author, has completed his new audiobook "Poems of Sorts": an engaging and entertaining collection of poems that will keep listeners enchanted through the melodic flow and eye-opening verses.
Author Bob Rutzel writes, "The poems inside are a mixed bag. These poems include thoughts we all have had, at times, and you might find yourself saying, 'Hey, you know, I did think of that.' You may have had thoughts as in: 'Happy,' 'Friends,' 'The Future,' and 'Why Am I here?' But probably not with 'Conversation with an Alien.' There is some kind of a book in all us."
Published by Audiobook Network, author Bob Rutzel's new audiobook is a charming book that presents a unique take on poetry. Rutzel's poems span genres and formats, some rhyming and some not.
Poems in this collection include "Bad Mood," "11th Most Annoying Thing," "The Best Thing in the World," "My Doctor is Retiring," "111 and 1111," and "1943 Copper Penny," among many others. Listeners will enjoy the variety and vivacity of the poems presented in this compilation.
Listeners can purchase the audiobook edition of "Poems of Sorts" by Bob Rutzel through Audible, the Apple iTunes store, or Amazon.
Audiobooks are the fastest growing segment in the digital publishing industry. According to The Infinite Dial 2019, 50% of Americans age 12 and older have listened to an audiobook. This huge growth can be partly attributed to increased listening in cars, which surpassed the home as the #1 audiobook listening location in the 2019 survey. Smart speaker proliferation also bodes well for future listening growth and more mainstream listening.
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Source: Audiobook Network