This Week in Links: July 18 – 22

ACX University is rolling along, and this week we live streamed our second panel, Now Hear This: A Closer Look at Performing Top Audiobook Genres. If you missed this panel, watch below to learn about handling scenes with multiple characters, voicing the opposite gender realistically, and what to do when romance or erotica gives you the giggles behind the mic.

For Rights Holders:

4 Steps to Build a Strong Author Platform – via Digital Book World – “Whether it feels comfortable or not, the reality is that an author’s work needs to reach the right community of readers to be successful.”

The Fastest-Growing Format in Publishing: Audiobooks – via The Wall Street Journal – The paper looks into the factors combining to take audiobooks mainstream in 2016.

Be a Source – via CreateSpace – Looking for a way to stay top of mind with journalists and reviewers? Pay it forward by offering your expertise to them first.

DIY Tools and Services to Help You Edit Your Book – via IngramSpark – Get some assistance to make sure your manuscript is ready to be read by an ACX producer.

For Producers:

How Audiobook Narrators Master Their Craft – via The Week – How does the info contained here compare to your process?

The Mindful Voice Talent – via Christian Rosselli – “[S]ometimes a few simple observations go a long way to understanding ourselves better as talents and becoming more confident.”

3.5mm Audio vs USB Type-C: the Good, Bad and the Future – via Android Authority – What happens when smartphone manufacturers lead a trend away from traditional audio inputs?

Beware What You Share – via Marc Scott – With so many hot topics in the news, take note of how your social media posts may play with clients and listeners.

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