This week, we’re reflecting on the work we do every day: writing and recording. The articles below should help you do one (or both!) better in the coming weeks, so settle in for your Weekly Links.
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5 Writing Tips To Help Amp Up Your Prose – via The Huffington Post – What can make your writing stand out from the rest? Find out in 5 simple steps.
What I would have said, part one – via Plot to Punctuation – If you’ve ever considered using a book doctor for your work, learn when you should engage one and what to expect.
Who Do You Write For? – via CreateSpace – Author Richard Ridley shares his motivation for plot-building and his characters.
Mary’s tricks for writing fiction for audio – via Mary Robinette Kowal – “One of the things that being an audiobook narrator has done for me is make me really remember that writing developed to convey the spoken word.”
ACX Studio Gear Series: Home Studio Setup – Part 1 – via ACX – In case you missed it, we’re diving deep into home studio setup and recording.
Paperless Workflow: A Real-life VO example – via Dave Courvoisier’s Voice Over Blog – How do you take your audiobook recording paperless? Dave has your plan.
How Audible.com is using The Long Tail – via Soundbrook – Hint, it’s ACX!
Recording Vocals & Voice Over with Free or Cheap Acoustic Treatment – Jordan’s Chopped Thoughts – Give Jordan’s method a try and report back in the comments.
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