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This Week in Links: November 16 – 20

For Rights Holders:

12 Things Writers Fear But Can Overcome – BookMarketingBuzzBlog – “Here are a dozen things many writers fear – and how to put such worries into perspective so they don’t cripple their efforts to write, pursue publication, seek out publicity, and market their life’s work.”

What You Need to Know About Publicity Before You Self-Publish – via The Write Life – “Unfortunately, many self-published authors assume that traditional publicity is out of reach. This couldn’t be further from the truth.”

How to Make a Speech at a Publishing Event – via ALLi – Authors experienced in public speaking offer first-hand advice.

Downsize Your Way to More Sales – via CreateSpace – Author Richard Ridley says the secret to higher sales just might be marketing to a smaller audience.

For Producers:

Drink Up for A Better Voice – via Voice Over Herald – Everything you could possibly need to know about hydrating for vocal excellence.

[VIDEO] 5 Must Haves For Your Voice Over Website – via Marc Scott – So you’ve got a website for your VO services. Now, learn how to make the most of it.

File Management with Alex the Audio Scientist – via The ACX Blog – Ensure you don’t stumble at the finish line by using our best practices for managing your audiobook productions and submitting them to ACX.

Simple Ways to Sound Professional in the Morning – via Your Work is All I Talk About – Vocal warmups to help you hit the ground running at the start of your day.

This Week in Links: December 8 – 12

Here at Audible and ACX, we make sure to mix in a little fun with all the hard work of helping you make great audiobooks. Audible Studios’ engineer Orlando recently created and starred in the following music video highlighting some of the audiobook innovations Audible has to offer.

Enjoy his infectious performance, then check out the week’s best audiobook links below.

For Producers:

Being an Entrepreneur – via Your Work Is All I Talk About! – Check out Natasha’s year-end roundup of advice for voice actors.

What to Post & When to Post it on 9 Important Social Networks – via Business 2 Community – Whether marketing yourself or your titles, heed this advice for making the most of your social media efforts.

20 20: The Year in Audiobooks – via AudioFile MagazineAudioFile offers their extensive review of the best audiobooks of 2014.

Show This Blog to Anyone Wondering What To Get You For Christmas – via Voice Acting in Vegas – Great gift ideas for you and your VO friends.

For Rights Holders:

How to Never Worry About What to Write Again – via Goins, Writer – Learn to focus on voice, not subject.

Even More New Year’s Resolutions for Writers – via Writer Unboxed – Make a promise to yourself to improve in 2015.

5 Tips for Writing a Memoir – via Publishers Weekly – Are you looking to tell your own story? Heed this advice from author Will Boast.

You’re—I mean YOUR—Complete Grammarian Gift Guide – via LitReactor – Ideas for the grammar obsessive in your life.