Why my “Every Single Day” book as audiobook is even more exciting than the print or ebook.
- The future of the audiobook market is wide open because it is device independent.
- The Birth of an Audiobook: What if you just tried one chapter?
- Want to really become an expert at something? Write a book about it.
- Is your audiobook worth a credit? In other words: $14.99?
- Could audiobooks be the secret media to reach your kids’ minds?
- 5 Reasons Nonfiction Authors Should Narrate Their Own Audiobooks
- Because I’m not going to read your book like this–but I’ll listen to it.
- Looking for Audiobook Reviews? Audiobook Boom
- Your audiobook playing in a stranger’s living room? Crazy, I know.
- 5 Reasons Nonfiction Authors Should Hire a Professional Narrator for their Audiobooks
- How $14.38 confirmed my future audiobook publishing strategy.
- When the narrator is deeply connected to the author’s material.
- Why my “Every Single Day” book as audiobook is even more exciting than the print or ebook.
- If your book was available on audio, this might have happened to you.
- You read your books out loud for editing anyway, right?
- Free online tool to add meta tags and image tag to MP3 file
- Add Audible book to your purchase for just $1.99
- Possibly the easiest $50 you might never get. Introducing the Audible Bounty.
- One of my goals for my “Audio for Authors” book and course: Short, Sweet, and Done
- Which microphone to get started recording audiobooks?
- My first test with transcription and how this is going to change … everything.
- The Writer’s Guide to Training Your Dragon (Review)
- How’s that audiobook studio coming along? It might be time to get out of the house.
- Is this the next chapter of audiobooks?
- Audio for Authors: What does this teach? What does this solve? What am I giving?
- Do We Listen? (And an excellent example of newsletter marketing.)
After recording 71 files, retakes, edits, and toying with -23db sound, Every Single Day is ready for your ears–and hearts.
I openly admit it: lately, I prefer listening to books over reading them.
There, I said it. I’m an author. I’m allowed to talk about writing (and reading). I prefer to be walking in the woods with my dog, biking home from the train station, or walking through Utrecht with my earbuds in over … falling asleep at night to maximum seven pages at a time before my eyes can’t take any more.
For the full listing of where the audiobook is available, see ESD’s new book sales page.
I want to delve more into this as I get more and more audio focused, but there’s just something more “carnal” about it. It seeps into your ears and then disseminates like electricity throughout your body. I just don’t (often) get that with the written word. Maybe my word choice is wrong. Let’s see:
- sensual: pertaining to, inclined to, or preoccupied with the gratification of the senses or appetites; carnal; fleshly.
- sensuous: perceived by or affecting the senses.
- carnal: pertaining to or characterized by the flesh or the body, its passions and appetites; sensual. not spiritual; merely human; temporal; worldly.
Hmm, so maybe it’s both sensuous and carnal? Because I feel it both “body” and “spirit” together.
That’s what a good audio can do for you. Have you tried it lately? Really let a good book (or podcast or music) sink into your entire system and take you away?
Give it a go. Or rather, give it a listen. Need something to listen to? Got that for you: Every Single Day.