The Stressed-Out Writer's Guide to Recording Your Own Audiobook

The Stressed-Out Writer's Guide to Recording Your Own Audiobook

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You Can Record Your Own Audiobook Have you always wanted to record the audiobook version of your work, but were too intimidated by the technical requirements to get started? Then The Stressed-Out Writer's Guide to Recording Your Own Audiobook is the resource you've been looking for! In a simple step-by-step process written in plain English, you'll learn: - What an audiobook is and why you need to have one - How you can distribute your audiobook on Audible, Amazon, and iTunes and immediately create a new revenue stream - The facts about ACX and how to use it to earn both royalties and bounties - The advantages of narrating your own book - Exercises to see if you have what it takes when it comes to recording audiobooks (before spending a dime) - The specific equipment you need to set up a professional recording studio for less than $100 - How to download and set-up the free Audacity software to do your recording, editing, and mastering - Tips the voiceover pros use to create characters, speak naturally, and deliver a great reading - A glossary of technical terms - Resources to continue your education - And much more!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 108 pages
  • 148.6 x 214.1 x 18.5mm | 181.44g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150766558X
  • 9781507665589
  • 1,281,366

About Kirk Hanley

For over fifteen years, Kirk was a part of famed comedy theatre, The Second City, working as a performer, writer, improviser, producer, director, teacher, and improv workshop facilitator. He co-wrote and performed in three national touring shows, one of which won an award for writing from Michigan's Oakland Press. Kirk has also performed in children's theatre, outreach programs for teens, industrial stage shows, improvisational comedy revues, television and radio commercials, and corporate training films. He's written one-act plays for dinner theatre, online video scripts, and been a contributing writer for The Onion News Network. Kirk now lives in Virginia with his wife Deborah where he writes, coaches comedy writers, and narrates audiobooks. To find out more about Kirk and sign up for his free email updates, please go to more

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