Sunday, October 2, 2016

College textbooks are terrible.

What if college textbooks were fascinating because of the way they were delivered? What if textbook companies hired iconic audiobook readers like Maya Angelou, Jeremy Irons, or Tom Stechschulte to narrate them? Wouldn't we all be better, more interested students?

Sigh. If only.

Right now, I'm reading about the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) and how it impacts the appeals process for Medicaid, Medicare, and Tricare. No one is narrating it. No one. It's a terrible, boring read.


Dear Tom Stechschulte,

Could you please lend your voice to The Essentials of Managed Healthcare so that I can stay awake (and maybe even absorb some of it) while digesting its contents?

Please and thank you,

Yours truly,

Esther Hofknecht Curtis
Desperate in Delaware


By the way, Tom Stechschulte is my favorite audiobook reader. Read more about him here:

P.S. I do know that Maya Angelou is dead and cannot be hired to record any audiobooks. I was using her as an example.

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