Creating an Audiobook Using ACX – My Experience – Part 3 of 3

Author Don Massenzio

Audio books concept. Vintage books and headphones.

This is the third part of my post on considering  production as an audio book.

In Part 1 of this series, I talked about finding a voice actor on ACX. I’ll pick up in this part with what to expect once you have submitted a proposal to a voice actor.

In Part 2, I talked about the audition, the offer and reviewing the first 15 minutes produced by the voice actor.

We will drill down in this part of the post into the production process and putting your book up for approval and sale once it is complete.

Time to Evaluate Clock Review or Assessment ManagementReviewing the Final Product:

When you made your offer, you were asked to set two deadlines. The first was for the first 15 minutes to be completed and the second was for completion of the entire book. I gave my selected voice actor the recommended two weeks to finish the first 15…

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