I'm considering turning my novels into audiobooks.
Audiobooks provide a way to make more money from work I've already done, and engage readers in a new, exciting way.
I don't want to narrate my own books. Actually, I do, because I know what my characters sound like, but I know that my voice is not up to the task. I also know from a teaching project I'm working on right now that recording high-quality audio is HARD work.
That's why I'm considering ACX.com. It's an Amazon-run platform that connects authors with narrators. I have a friend who is narrating on ACX, and from what she has described of the process, it sounds like a really good fit for both authors and narrators.
Here's a video summary:
I'm curious to know if anyone else has experience turning their books into audiobooks, or with ACX specifically. If you do, I'd love to hear your perspective in the comments.
John J. Horn is a Christian author from Texas. Purchase his Men of Grit series from Amazon here and sign up for his newsletter at johnjhornbooks.com.