As September turned into October, I drove around the Beltway and attended my first CapClave — where reading is not extinct. I got to speak on 4 panels, attend 5 others, and talk shop with some great people.
With a mother who was a children’s librarian and did the best bedtime stories, I’ve always been fascinated with audiobook narration. As an adult, I’ve dabbled in voice acting with the fairytale podcast, Anansi Storytime (Anansi, like the spider). So, how do you get started with audiobook narration, how do authors find a narrator for their works, and should you ever record your own stories?
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Well. I ran social media, did tech support/moderation, was on panels, and attended panels all this past weekend. It was … More
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Plus — 4 things to avoid as an audience member during the Q&A!