A is for the Audiobooks you make with us.
C is for your Carefully written words.
X is for the eXtra care you put into your recordings.
L is for the beautiful Language you use.
O is for Opening that new manuscript.
V is for how Very dedicated you are to your craft.
E is for your trusty Editor.
S is for the Studio you spend you days in.
Y is for the Young adult authors.
O is for Only you sound like you do.
U is for your Unforgettable audiobook productions!
Happy Valentines Day! Instead of candy, we got you links. Enjoy!
For Rights Holders:
The Audiobook Process – via So, You’re A Writer – ACX author Carrie Butler details her audiobook production journey and interviews her narrator.
Coping with Criticism – via CreateSpace – Everyone gets bad review now and again. Here are 6 steps for handling the inevitable criticism of your work.
Publishing Conferences & Book Fairs – What’s In Them for Self-published Authors? – via The Alliance of Independent Authors – Why attending publishing and book fairs is worth considering, and how to make the most of your attendance.
Competitors or Colleagues – via Nethervoice – “As voice talents, we are not opponents. We’re colleagues. Your success does not diminish my standing. As far as I’m concerned, we have a common goal.”
Just For Fun: S#!T Audio Guys Say (VIDEO) – via Some Audio Guy – If you’ve been around enough studios, odds are you’ve said or heard all of these.
You Say Tomato, I say Tomahto: Get Pronunciations Correct – via Online Voice Coaching – Ann Utterback discusses the importance of proper pronunciation, and some online resources to help you get them right.
We’d like to leave you with a brief word about beloved voiceover talent and wonderful human being Vanessa Hart, who passed away on Tuesday. Everyone at ACX was truly grateful to have known Vanessa, who was taken from us much too soon. Our hearts are with her friends and loved ones during this difficult time.