This Week in Links: December 1 – 5

For Producers:

Creating Your Character with ‘Peter Rabbit’s’ Joshua Colley – via Backstage Magazine – Are you gonna let a 12 year old teach you about voice over acting? Actually, maybe you should.

Year-End Tax Planning for Voice Over Talent – via Bobbin Beam’s Voice-Over Sampler – Important reminders for freelance professionals here.

Do You Fear Improv? That’s Like Fearing Fun – via VoiceOverXtra – Believe it or not, practicing improv can help grow your narration skills.

Whoops! There Goes My Voice Over Reputation – Gary Terzza’s Voice-Over Blog UK – Don’t get taken advantage in the voice over world. Read this cautionary tale of an unreasonable ask.

For Rights Holders:

The Indie Author’s Guide to Customer Reviews – via Publishers Weekly – “If customer reviews are, by their very nature, customer-generated, what can authors do to get more of them?”

Don’t “Write What You Know” – Write What You Long to Write – via Live Write Thrive – “How do you get from your day job to damsel in distress, reluctant hero, explosives expert, FBI agent, or rural police detective?”

4 Approaches for the First Chapter of Your Novel – via Writer’s Digest – Having trouble getting your next book started? Try one of these four methods.

Free Webcast: Five Tips to Boost Your Digital Book Marketing Strategy – via Digital Book World – Join DBW for this free seminar and start generating buzz about your audiobooks!

 

One response to “This Week in Links: December 1 – 5

  1. akismet-5d35d9c04bf47b7b9f2635ce365c30c1

    As an independent writer, I’d like to know what it takes so long to bring an audiobook to market after it’s been qualified. My audiobook was qualified weeks ago, but it still hasn’t been put on the market. Why?

    What is the average time a writer can expect before his or her audiobook goes “live”? The stated 2 1/2 weeks clearly is not true.

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