This Week in Links: February 23 – 27

For Rights Holders:

Don’t Force an Ending – via CreateSpace – Advice on dealing with a stubborn conclusion, by way of Disney.

Writing Your Character’s Thoughts – via Linda S. Clare – Guidelines to help you correctly express the inner workings of your POV character.

How to Review Your Final Audio the Audible Studios Way – via The ACX Blog – Learn to listen critically to your audiobook production and communicate changes to your producer.

Why Every Writer Should Keep a Travel Journal – via Writer’s Digest – Find out how one writer came to value the act of writing about her surroundings.

Does Your Facebook Author Page Have a Call To Action? – via Writers and Authors – A new feature on the social platform makes it easier to compel your fans to visit your site, purchase your book, or sign up for your newsletter.

For Producers:

Branding Your Voice Over Business – via Voice Over Herald – “Every voice over artist wants to be the client’s first and only choice, and developing and managing an effective brand can play a significant role in making that happen.”

Before Voicing – WARM UP Your Voice. After Voicing – WARM DOWN. Here’s How – via Voice-Over Xtra – Proper care for your instrument will help ensure it works for you throughout your career.

Five Things Every Audiobook Beginner Should Know – via The ACX Blog – Brush up on the basics of audiobook production with UK voice over teacher Gary Terzza.

How to Deal with Rejection in the Voice Over Business – via Victoria DeAnda – “Rejection is not a reason to give up. It’s a reason to keep going.”

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