Understanding Audiobook Production: An Interview with Rich Miller -by Kristen Tsetsi…

on Jane Friedman:

Like many indie authors grateful for new outlets for their work, I was drawn last year to the world of audiobook production.

This was thanks in large part to the recommendation of author friend Ian Thomas Healy, who’d had a positive experience adapting his work for audio.

His personal history with it, combined with the rise in audiobook popularity, led me to follow Healy’s example and create an audiobook at ACX, Amazon’s audiobook production platform.

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2 thoughts on “Understanding Audiobook Production: An Interview with Rich Miller -by Kristen Tsetsi…

  1. Thank you, Chris, for posting this well-done interview. I wish I had read such an informative article before I turned my novel, “The Bright Side of Darkness,” to an audio in 2015. I probably wouldn’t have done anything differently as a result of reading the article. I was fortunate to find a narrator on ACX who was wonderful to work with. But I would have entered the process with a much greater understanding of what I was doing and why, instead of shooting in the dark, so to speak. https://www.audible.com/pd/The-Bright-Side-of-Darkness-Audiobook/B016LL3CTM?qid=1551383423&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=e81b7c27-6880-467a-b5a7-13cef5d729fe&pf_rd_r=03WJV0DVWZB2K5NQ4AV7&

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