17 Tips on Selecting a Narrator for Your Audiobook: Insider's Guide to Choosing a Narrator You'll Be Thrilled With!

If you're planning on hiring a professional to narrate your audio book, then this guide is for you. Nothing is more critical to the success of your audiobook than the selection of the Narrator who will bring your story to life! These tips will help you find the right actor to read your audiobook and help you soar to the top of your listeners' lists of favorites. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9780986246593
About Becky Parker Geist

Becky Parker Geist is the owner of Pro Audio Voices, a San Francisco based go-to company for exceptional voiceover services for audiobooks, animation, and advertising, and has been in the audiobook industry since 1981. She is in her fourth year serving as President of Bay Area Independent Publishers Assn. (BAIPA.org) Becky is the author of the Audiobook Toolkit for Authors: Your Comprehensive Guide to Recording Your Own Audiobook (http://bit.ly/AFTAsmwds) and presents frequently to author/publisher organizations. Recording under the name "Becky Parker" and with her voice reaching listeners around the globe, she serves an international clientele, fulfilling her passion of helping great stories come alive!

For the Grandmother Moon book only: Vlatka and Becky met at BAIPA (Bay Area Independent Publishers Association) in Novato at the beginning of 2014. Discovering a common interest of folktales that emphasize inspiring messages, they decided to create a series of stories exploring mother-child relationships.

About Vlatka Herzberg (vlatkaherzberg.com):
Vlatka Herzberg is a children’s author and freelance writer who creates original folktales and myths for the child-like, aged 5 to 95. Many have called Vlatka’s short stories folk stories; some have called them myths, or pedagogical (teaching) stories. These stories were written for schools, events and individuals. Topics have included racism, gender issues, friendship, goodness, truth and beauty, forgiveness, understanding and many other emotional and spiritual topics. As a freelance writer, Vlatka has written picture books, ebooks, comic books, and adapted a spiritual story for middle readers.
Vlatka is also the author of Aesop’s Fables ebook adaptations, The Brother and the Sister, The Buffoon and the Countryman, The Bear and the Two Travelers, and The Owl and the Birds, the comic book David, Software Engineer, and Ancient Stories by the Keeper of the Tales told in classrooms.

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