A few tools here for you to use if you need them,they all self-explanatory.
Note: These tools are completely free.
FlashGet is specifically designed to address two of the biggest problems when downloading files: Speed and management of downloaded files. If you’ve ever waited forever for your files to download from a slow connection, or been cut off mid-way through a download – or just can’t keep track of your ever-growing downloads – FlashGet is for you.
FlashGet supports HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, BT, MMS, MMST, RTSP, ed2k protocol.
2. Merge MP3
Many of the audiobooks are multiple MP3 files. Merge MP3 will merge multiple files into one singular MP3 file.
3. MP3 to iPod Audio Book ConverterMP3 to iPod Audio Book Converter
Converts any number of MP3 files into one big iPod Audio Book M4B File. The advantage of doing this is that you can make use of the advanced audio book functionality of your iPod. This feature becomes really invaluable for audio books consisting of many small files. With this software you can combine all this files to a single file and you don’t have to worry anymore on which file you stopped listening the last time.
Your iPod remembers the last position you were listening to in your audio book. So you can always start listening where you stopped the last time. Even if you were listening to music or another audio book in the meantime.
MP3 to iPod Audio Book Converter runs on Windows 98, Me, 2000, XP and Vista. Mac and Linux versions
4. Audiobook Cutter – Slice your Audiobooks
Split your MP3 audio books and podcasts in a fast and user friendly way. The split files can easily be used on mobile MP3 players because of their small-size. Their duration allows smooth navigation through the book. The split points are determined automatically based on silence detection. Because of this feature, long audiobook recordings can be cut into manageable albums with just a few clicks. The cutter is applicable for all kind of spoken MP3 content.