These days you want to be sure your message is available for people to digest in all the ways that is most convenient for them.
For some, that means having a printed book, something they can hold in their hands and read in bed, or on the beach or in bathroom. For others that means reading it on their Kindle or iPhone or other e-deader. But for many, they don’t have space to read your book.
They want to hear it. They want to listen to what you have to say while riding to work on the train or in the car. They want to benefit you’re your wisdom while on the treadmill or jogging the park.
For more and more people, an audio book is their desired way to receive your message. Audiobooks are the fastest growing segment of publishing, and the process for creating one is somewhat similar to creating a print book. But there are some marked differences worth noting.
To help you on your journey and answer some basic questions, we reached out to a friend, Jim Seybert. Jim is an audiobook expert and, as his mother might say, has a “voice made for the airwaves.”
We’ve asked Jim to share his expertise with you in this informative e-book.