Hello Rebels, welcome back to The Rebel Author Podcast episode 23. Today’s podcast is with Jules Horne all about how to write for audio. [Read more…] about 023 How to Write for Audio with Jules Horne
Welcome to episode six of the The Rebel Author Podcast where I’m talking to Renee Conoulty all about how indie authors can DIY an audiobook.
In the Introduction
This week I was delighted to be on the Alliance of Independent Authors fiction and nonfiction podcast with Orna Ross. We were talking about all things marketing. Specifically answering the question Who is Your Reader and Why Should You Care? If you’d like to catch the episode you can right here.
I’m even more delighted to announce that I’ll be a regular guest on their podcast going forward. Every second Monday of the month, I’ll be hosting the fiction and nonfiction podcast episode with Adam Croft. We’ll tackle all kinds of writing, marketing and publishing questions. So subscribe on your podcatchers so you don’t miss out.
Listener Rebel of the Week is Renee Gallant
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Today our lovely guest is hosting a giveaway to win 1x ebook and 1x audiobook copy of Narrated by the Author.
So, while I’m talking about audio content. Wave your hand if you’re not an audible subscriber…
PUT YOUR HANDS DOWN. Heathens.
Alright, I’ll let you off. I was skeptical about audiobooks at first too. I couldn’t bear to listen to fiction stories. I just couldn’t get a grip of the plot. When I read it feels tangible; it’s not just the pages I can grip, but the words too. It has substance, it’s alive. But listening to audio books made the words feel like grains of sand slipping through my fingers.
But then I reflected on the fact I listen (and love) podcasts. What was the difference? [Read more…] about 2 Audiobooks every author needs to hear