BlogAuthorsNarrators Blog Posts For NarratorsAssembly Tips for Custom-Size Studiobricks Booths7 June 2021This article outlines assembly tips for custom-size Studiobricks booth. All Studiobricks owners can benefit from the video about adjusting the door.Read MoreHow I Get Stuff Done20 May 2021During APA Business Diagnostics, someone asked me how I get so much done. In this article, I share 9 specific tactics I use for efficient time management. Read MoreThoughts About Advice in Narrator Groups11 March 2021If you participate in online narrator groups, you'll want to carefully analyze the advice you give and receive there. Think twice before complaining about the tone.Read MoreOngoing Masterclasses and Acting Classes24 February 2021Online courses during the pandemic have enabled me to take 6 Deyan Masterclasses, as well as Joel Froomkin's Acting for Audio 14-week intensive course. Read More5 Things I Learned From Margaret Mitchell’s Letters20 February 2021Applying these 5 guidelines to my own correspondence and forum participation enables me to spend more quality time on my own projects.Read MorePut Yourself in the ACX Driver’s Seat Webinar15 January 2021I've been working with ACX since it was in beta test in Jan. 2011. I've used it as both narrator and publisher. I'm excited to do my first-ever webinar on ACX on 11 February! Read MoreCommit to Creativity Workshop11 January 2021I attended the Commit to Creativity workshop on 10 January 2021. In this article, I discuss what I learned and share 2 writing prompts offered in the workshop that gave me clarity about how to proceed in my career. Click the link below to read the full article.Read MoreWhen the Author is 6 Feet Under12 September 2020How do you find the person who holds the audio rights to a deceased author's work? I share my search techniques in this article.Read MoreBreaking a Contract on ACX16 April 2020In 2014, I broke a contract on ACX. This article describes the problems leading to that decision and includes my messages to the RH that can be used as templates. Read MoreAvoid Copyright Infringement During The Pandemic (and Always)19 March 2020Last updated 31 December 2023 I first saw someone on Facebook propose a concept. A day or so later, I read a tweet from another person writing about the same thing. Suddenly, it seemed that this idea started spreading exponentially. I began to worry about narrator friends who were unnecessarily exposing themselves to risk. […]Read More« Go to Previous Page Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Interim pages omitted … Page 29 Go to Next Page » Search this website Blog and Newsletter Subscriptions Categories CategoriesSelect CategoryAudio EditingAudiobook BloggersAudiobooksAuthorsAway From the MicBook TrailersBooksBusinessCopyrightGoing PublicInterviewsLaw of AttractionLinksMarketingNarratorsNew releasesObservationsOther VideosPodcastsPress RoomRecordingsShort storiesStudioSuccess Leaves TracksThis Date in My HistoryVideosVoice-OverWebinars Blog Archives Most Popular Posts How To Become an Audiobook Narrator Audiobook Narrator Self-Assessment Quiz Public Domain Narration Headquarters Finding Your Own Road to Tara ACX U - Acting With Intention 4 Keys to Becoming a Successful ACX Audiobook Producer Links to Help Narrators Research Rights Holders to Books Karen’s Primer on Narrating Royalty Share Audiobooks How to Use My Twitter Lists Links Section NarratorsRoadmap.com AudiobookMarketingTips.com My Tuesday Tips on Twitter Press Page AudioForAuthors.com More of My Articles ACX Blog: A Narrator’s Look At Audiobook Marketing Part 1 A Narrator’s Look At Audiobook Marketing Part 2 How to Act Like An Audiobook Narrator LinkedIn: Setting Boundaries in Your Voiceover Business VoiceOverXtra: For a Good First Impression With Audiobook Producers, Share Your Audible 'Customer Rating'