Our public library subscribes to Hoopla, which permits me to download four books monthly. These can be any combination of audiobooks or ebooks. I usually choose the audiobooks, and listen to them mostly when driving to and from work (it’s amazing how much more pleasant backups become when one has a book one enjoys!).
Most fiction doesn’t really appeal to me (although I love Jane Austen, Dorothy Sayers, CS Lewis and Georgette Heyer). I just finished listening to “The Meaning of Everything” by Simon Winchester. It’s not what you might think - haha. It’s about the creation of the Oxford English Dictionary, which took over 75 years, and involved a murderer, class snobbism, highly erudite women who weren’t discriminated against in their work to create this masterpiece, and an enormous number of academics with various odd habits. It was quite entertaining. Before that, I listened to “The Benedict Option” by Rod Dreher (who could have predicted the recent unpleasantness at R).