This Week in Links: July 20 – 24

For Rights Holders:

Going Back to the Basics… – via Author Marketing 101 – The site makes good on its name by offering a roundup of it’s advice for beginners.

[PODCAST] Book Marketing Tips from Experts – Part 2 – via Book Marketing Tools – “We’ve compiled the answers from several of our past guests to our question, ‘Knowing what you know now, if you had to start all over today, what 3 things would you tell yourself?'”

Our Five Favorite Books on Writing – via The Write Practice – Most authors want to learn more about writing. Some authors write about writing. Here, The Write Practice shares their top examples of the latter for the benefit of the former.

How to Improve Your Fiction Marketing Through Peer Collaboration: 11 Quotes From the Experts – via The Book Designer – “Regardless of how the publishing landscape changes and how online tools evolve, there will always be opportunities for leverage by joining with others who have similar goals.”

For Producers:

How to Maximize Your Voice Over Brand – via Voice Over Herald – It’s hard to get hired if no one knows you exist. Get tips on creating a recognizable face for your VO business.

Keeping Your Audiobook Revisions Straight – via vo2gogo – Your rights holder wants revisions but you forgot to save your raw audiobook audio? David H. Lawrence XVII has you covered.

25 Ways to Market Your VO Business – via Rob Marley – “The voiceover business is 5% about your voice and 95% about how you market that voice.”

Iconic Voices Receive Emmy Nominations for Outstanding Narration & Character Performance – via Voice-Over Xtra – Find out which VO industry leaders got nods for TV’s best voice acting.

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