This Week In Links – July 29 – August 2

We’re doing things by the numbers this week. 7 reason to be on Twitter. 11 lessons from a veteran actor. 3 career excuses to avoid. This week’s links add up to a great deal of info for you to put to use in your writing or voice acting career.

For rights holders:

7 Reasons Why Every Writer Needs to Be on Twitter – via Kristen Lamb – “Used correctly, Twitter can be one of the best tools for meeting new readers and increasing traffic to your blog.”

Making a Hit Novel Audible – via Amazon – Learn how ACX author Hugh Howey found narrator Minnie Goode and created a hit audiobook.

The Author Press Kit – via CreateSpace – “A lot of marketing has moved online, but author press kits still matter.”

On Revision: Retrofitting a Spine – via Beyond The Margins – For authors that are better with ideas than structure.

For Producers:

Becoming A Confident Storyteller – via Audio Book Narrators – Grammy award winning audiobook producer/director Paul Alan Ruben offers his tips for mastering the craft of narration.

11 Things That Took Me 42 Years To Learn – Via VoiceOverExtra – Tom Dheere shares his top lessons learned in his life as a VO.

Free Online Audacity Tutorial – via TeacherTrainingVideos – Step by step tutorial for this popular free audio recording software.

3 Excuses Voice Over Talent Must Avoid – Via Bobbin’s Voice Over Sampler – Keep your voice over career moving forward by avoiding these pitfalls.

Thanks for reading! make sure to share your favorite links form this week in the comments!

One response to “This Week In Links – July 29 – August 2

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