Sharpie and crayola markers.
Thanks to my growing belly and all the other fun things that come along with pregnancy, I haven't been able to sleep lately. I was over netflix and hulu, but finally found help with audiobooks and a sleep timer for my phone. I had listened to a few before this one and really enjoyed them, but it's hard to find free audiobooks that either aren't a pain in the butt to listen to (having to keep your screen on the whole time) or aren't something you had to read in school. So I got desperate and decided to just go for one I found that seemed a little out of my "comfort zone." I'm so glad I decided to, because I really liked this book. It was read by the author who has the perfect voice for recording his own audiobook. He knew each character "personally" and really portrayed their personalities. It's kind of "sciFi-ish," which is not usually "my cup of tea," paired with a touch of reallity which made it easy to follow and pull me in.
Now, I prefer falling asleep to an audiobook over a movie because, creatively, you're so much more in control. Like with reading, you get to set the scenes and characters in your mind, but don't have to focus your eyes while you're exhausted, and lets be honest, who wants to hold on to a book or tablet while you're about to pass out.