This Week In Links: August 19 – 23

Summer is cooling off, but our weekly links roundup is still hot as ever! Whether you’re sunning in the park with your Kindle or workin’ indoors for the weekend, enjoy the links below, and stay tuned to the blog for more great posts next week!

For rights holders:

The Unexpected Agony of Recording Your Own Audiobookvia The Atlantic – Author Katie Hafner found narrating her own book to be tiring, fascinating and taxing. Yet, she’d do it all again.

5 Android Apps for Indie Publishers – via AllIndiePublishing – You never know when inspiration will strike. These apps are great for writers on the go.

Blogging for Authors: How to Spend Less Time Coming Up w/ Your Next Article Idea – via BookBaby – “Even if you’re blogging from a passionate commitment to your subject, there are times when creativity just fails.”

Macker, Hacker, Writer – via Hugh Howey –  Hugh discusses why he chose to self publish, even after becoming a literary success.

For producers:

Voiceover Business Explored in ‘In A World…’ – via ABC News – Upcoming movie shines a spotlight on the voiceover industry (and looks very funny).

Seven Other Outrage-Inducing Words We’re Literally Misusing – via QuirkBooks – You talk for a living,  but are you misusing any of these words?

Buying Twitter Ads: A Real-Life VO Story – via Voice Acting In Vegas – Are Twitter ads the right way to advertise your voiceover services? Here’s one actor’s story.

The Simpsons Character To Voice Actor Infographics – via Uproxx – Nancy Cartwright voices eight boys and zero  girls?!?

Thanks for reading. See you next week!

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