Audiobooks continue to grow in popularity, and for some voice actors the market for them provides both a personal income and the opportunity to enlist the help of others during difficult times like those we find ourselves in right now. Ann Richardson knows all about the business, and in this article she shares preparation tips to both lessen your burden as an audiobook narrator and to potentially give others the chance to make some money helping you.
Ann has also designed our upcoming Audiobooks Program for voice actors at all levels, which starts its maiden voyage on January 31. At the time of writing this the program is nearly full, so if you want to get into audiobook narration don't put off signing up!
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