When I first started looking into creating an audio book, ACX.com popped up in my searches. This was over a year ago, but I never knew the difficulty of producing an Audible book. Knowing what I know now, here are 3 tips to help you create an Audible book.
You’ve spent 30 hours a week, working on your book for months and/or years. You’ve revised it three different times, edited chapters along the way, and you’re finally finished.
A key question you need to ask yourself is: Who else has read your manuscript? Has a fellow writer read it yet? If not, then the revising process isn’t complete. No matter how many times you’ve read your story, or your mom’s read it, you need to have a fellow writer (or three) critique your manuscript.
This post is for the indie author finished writing their first book and ready to take the next step toward publishing. Here’s the thing, every writer begins somewhere. When you finish your first book, you’re left with figuring how to hire an affordable editor. Once you tackle that issue, you’re left with the overwhelming task of finding a cover designer. But what if you don’t have the money for a cover designer? What if you’re simply trying to scrape by with your finances—and hiring a cover designer or buying a pre-made cover isn't an option? *For a quality premade or custom cover, I recommend BookCoverZone.
This scenario happens all the time. Now what?
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