We are so proud of this article by Publisher’s Weekly featuring Triangle Interactive! We are passionate about the benefits of read a-longs for early education and are working to expand the quality and content for early readers. Thank you Publisher’s Weekly for this great write up!
Have you visited the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine? Before you go, make sure to read up on a few of the world’s most favorite cryptids in Full Tilt’s Origins: Creatures.
The Urban Legends series dives into the world of the unknown. The books discuss some of the most famous stories involving haunted houses, paranormal events, and alien encounters. Readers can also experience the origins of common superstitions we experience today.
These high interest/low level books are perfect for any curious kid. In the end, it’s up to the reader to decide what’s true and what may simply be an urban legend.
Photo by Gavin Whitner
So, you are an independent author thinking about creating your own audiobook. You have spent time looking into distribution and feel that you have a solid plan and a great product. You have also recently realized that you don’t have the budget required to hire a professional service to create your audio. And finally, you think you have some killer acting skills that are going to surprise family and friends and delight potential listeners. You are ready to begin recording.
But first, check out some basic tips to consider when recording your audiobook: