I would have included this in yesterday's reading post had the email announcement arrived yesterday rather than today, but. The 2017 SYNC summer has begun!
For those of you unfamiliar with this, it's a free summer YA/teen audiobook program from AudioFile Magazine; two free audiobooks, one new and one older, are put up for download every week for 16 weeks. You need the (free) Overdrive app to download, and there's a link on the SYNC page if you don't have it (it's commonly used by libraries for their audiobook downloads, so you might have it already). There's no DRM on the files, so there's no expiration - they're just mp3 files.
I don't download every week's selections, but over the past several years I've listened to quite a few. (In fact, this is how I first read The Raven Boys
by Maggie Stiefvater.) This week's selections, available until 5/4, are The Dead House
by Dawn Kurtagich, about which I only know what Goodreads says, that it's a psychological thriller told in epistolary format, and The Picture of Dorian Gray
by Oscar Wilde, which is a novella I've read before but may download anyway for the audio experience.
You can sign up for the mailing list that sends alerts about the books at http://www.audiobooksync.com/
, and I think when you download it might put you on the list automatically (though you can easily unsubscribe).