Posted on March 18, 2019 at 9:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Don’t hate us, but we have another type of editing to recommend: editing for audio production.
Jules Horne writes her fiction audio-first, but that comes easily to her, with her background in broadcasting, radio drama, writing plays, and performance poetry.
So it’s more likely that if you plan to offer an audio version of your book — which, of course, many experts recommend — you would check Horne’s five tips for writing for audio and revise a complete version of your work.
Read her five methods for ensuring your book is audio-friendly on Joanna Penn’s blog.
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