…and everything in its place. As you know, I do so love to be organized! In fact, many people have told me that I have an unusual talent for curating, organizing, condensing, and disseminating information that is relevant to them.
With that point in mind, I decided it would helpful to list all of my audiobook-related resources in one place. (Last updated 29 May 2017)
Audiobook Resources For Authors is a curated list of articles that are grouped to take authors through the stages of production from thought to final product.
My Audiobook Marketing Cheat Sheet contains oodles of ideas for specifically publicizing and marketing the audiobook edition.
Authors and narrators will benefit from subscribing to 1 or more of my 5 Twitter lists of audiobook people and organizations.
I’ve also published a number of articles on other sites of benefit to both authors and narrators.
Videos for Authors:
In this 41-minute video, I:
— explore the audiobook landscape (beginning at 2:43)
— explain reasons every author should produce audiobooks of their books (beginning at 7:23)
— demonstrate Amazon Whispersync capability between an audiobook and Kindle ebook (beginning at 10:19)
— offer specific tips about ways to write with audio in mind (beginning at 12:09)
— advise the viewer about the audiobook production process and gives concrete information about using ACX.com to create an audiobook, including payment for production costs and distribution options (beginning at 22:04)
Videos for Narrators:
I always run this test to check for graphic romance scenes in books before I audition. (1:18)
In this 2:26 video, I demonstrate how my editor and I use iAnnotate software during the corrections process.
If you’re editing your own audio, I show how to remove mouth clicks in this :41 video.