BookBeat: 75 Days for Free

BookBeat lets you enjoy over 800,000 audiobooks and e-books on your mobile or tablet. One of my favourite ways to spend time while waiting is by listening. When I started travelling it wasn’t practical in the same way as today where mobile phones have opened a world of entertainment including audiobooks. BookBeat has a fantastic app where you can get access to more than 800,000 titles. A promotion of 75 days is available for 2024 at with the code 75daysfree.

If you are in Denmark like me you can sign up at instead with the code everycountry to get 60 days for free. I recently signed up and used the app for the first time and it works very well and is very user-friendly. BookBeat has many benefits including an attractive app with offline reading and a family plan that allows several users on the same account. Besides the app, you can also listen via a web browser. Audiobooks serve multiple purposes including entertainment and gaining knowledge.

Here are some of the most popular audiobooks you can listen to on BookBeat:

  1. Below Ground by Michael Wood
    • A suspenseful audiobook that delves into the mysterious world beneath the surface, exploring secrets hidden below ground.
  2. Down the Drain by Julia Fox
    • Julia Fox’s audiobook takes listeners on a journey through the challenges and triumphs of life, offering insights into overcoming obstacles and finding strength.
  3. Elon Musk by Walter Isaacson
    • Walter Isaacson provides an in-depth look into the life and mind of the visionary entrepreneur Elon Musk, revealing the man behind the innovations and exploring his impact on the world.
  4. Fix the System, Not the Women by Laura Bates
    • Laura Bates challenges societal norms in her audiobook, advocating for systemic change to address gender inequality rather than placing the burden on women to adapt to existing structures.
  5. Friendaholic by Elizabeth Day
    • Elizabeth Day explores the complexities of friendship in the digital age, examining the impact of social media on relationships and the quest for genuine connections.
  6. Hallowe’en Party by Agatha Christie
    • Agatha Christie weaves a classic mystery in “Hallowe’en Party,” where detective Hercule Poirot unravels a puzzling murder that occurs during a Halloween celebration.
  7. Just Between Us by Adele Parks
    • Adele Parks delves into the intricacies of friendship and the secrets we keep in this compelling audiobook that explores the bonds between women.
  8. Making It So by Patrick Stewart
    • Patrick Stewart shares his experiences and insights in this autobiographical audiobook, offering a glimpse into his life and the journey that led him to become an iconic figure in the entertainment industry.
  9. Managing Expectations: A Memoir in Essays by Minnie Driver
    • Minnie Driver reflects on her life through a series of essays, sharing personal anecdotes and lessons learned in this introspective and candid memoir.
  10. Powerless by Lauren Roberts
    • Lauren Roberts crafts a gripping narrative in “Powerless,” exploring a world where individuals discover their strengths in the face of adversity.
  11. Rouge by Mona Awad
    • Mona Awad takes listeners on a unique and immersive journey in “Rouge,” blending elements of fantasy and reality in a tale that explores identity and self-discovery.
  12. Silenced by Rosie Lewis
    • Rosie Lewis sheds light on important issues in “Silenced,” addressing the challenges faced by marginalized voices and the power dynamics that can lead to silence.
  13. The 5 AM Club by Robin Sharma
    • Robin Sharma provides motivational insights and strategies for personal development in “The 5 AM Club,” encouraging listeners to embrace early morning routines for success.
  14. The List by Yomi Adegoke
    • Yomi Adegoke explores themes of race and identity in “The List,” offering a thought-provoking narrative that challenges societal expectations.
  15. The Midnight Gang by David Walliams
    • David Walliams delivers a heartwarming and adventurous audiobook in “The Midnight Gang,” where a group of children embarks on magical nighttime escapades.
  16. The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle
    • Eckhart Tolle’s influential audiobook, “The Power of Now,” guides listeners toward a state of mindfulness and living in the present moment for a more fulfilling life.
  17. The Secret by Rhonda Byrne
    • Rhonda Byrne explores the concept of the law of attraction in “The Secret,” revealing the power of positive thinking in shaping one’s destiny.
  18. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
    • Taylor Jenkins Reid unfolds a captivating story in “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo,” exploring the glamorous and tumultuous life of a Hollywood icon.
  19. The Woman in Me by Britney Spears
    • Britney Spears shares her personal journey and challenges in “The Woman in Me,” offering a glimpse into the life of the pop music sensation.
  20. Wildfire by Hannah Grace
    • Hannah Grace’s audiobook, “Wildfire,” takes listeners on a musical and emotional journey, exploring themes of love, loss, and resilience.
  21. Worthy by Jada Pinkett Smith
    • Jada Pinkett Smith reflects on self-worth and personal growth in “Worthy,” sharing insights and lessons from her own life.
  22. Yellowface by R.F. Kuang
    • R.F. Kuang’s “Yellowface” tackles issues of identity and cultural appropriation, providing a thought-provoking exploration of the complexities surrounding race and representation.

…and 800,000+ others.

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