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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:
Epic Press is now in its second year publishing “uniquely digestible” books in a fresh format: six related novels, released simultaneously. Epic entices teen readers by beckoning them to READ WHAT YOU WANT. Now with Crushing.
When it comes to sports marketing, corporate-sponsored bobble heads, magnetic team schedules and giant foam fingers may come to mind. These items are fun and still present at most stadiums. However, fans are becoming accustomed to seeing professional franchises in every major sport using charitable community outreach as a significant marketing tool.
Young fans have growing accustomed to seeing large book buses roll into the parking lots of their schools. The Charlotte Hornets and Oklahoma City Thunder are great examples of this. Fans are thrilled when Reading Rooms pop-up at their local Boys & Girls Clubs (courtesy of the Los Angeles Lakers). And fans expect to read articles, or see Tweets or posts highlighting the latest charitable outreach event powered by team mascots, cheer squads, players, and coaches.