Posted on February 13, 2019 at 3:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Author Kristen Tsetsi is grateful to the fellow writer who recommended she look into adapting her work into audiobooks.
That said, she knew almost nothing about the process before beginning her first project, from the technical side to the appropriate pay rates and tricks to forming a successful professional relationship.
Tsetsi was fortunate that this didn’t doom her project, but she knows she’s lucky — and she doesn’t want other authors to wade in over their heads.
So she interviewed Rich Miller, who’s a stage and screen actor, an audiobook narrator, and the creator and host of The Audiobook Speakeasy podcast, to help other authors navigate the audiobook process.
See what Miller had to say on Jane Friedman’s blog.
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