This Week in Links: August 3 – 7

For Rights Holders:

22 Ways a Blog Can Sell Books – via The Book Designer – “[L]earn to get big results blogging, big enough to drive book sales and other ways to make money from your content.”

Balancing Dialogue and Description in Your Story – via Jane Friedman – Getting the ratio right is especially important for audiobook authors.

Authors Must Skim The Media They Hope To Impress – via BookMarketingBuzzBlog – When promoting your work , it helps to be a bit of a Renaissance person.

The Obsessively Detailed Map of American Literature’s Most Epic Road Trips – via Atlas Obscura – Get inspired by playing around with this interactive map of various American novels.

For Producers:

Neck Tension & Vocal Pitch – via Dr. Ann Utterback – Learn how to consistently speak in your optimum pitch range.

How to Control Your Mind When Working as a Voiceover Artist – via Victoria DeAnda – Good advice on how to keep distractions out and focus on your art while in the booth.

A Voice Over Novice CAN Compete With The Pros – via Gary Terzza – Believe it or not, rookie VO’s have some definite advantages over the veterans (log in to LinkedIn to view).

Job or Career? – via Dave Courvoisier – Find out the distinction, how to commit to one, and how everything else in your VO life can come from it.

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