The Life and Work of an Audiobook Narrator

I am a satisfied member of  Each month I download two books for a paltry sum measured against the wealth I receive in return.

I mention this in full disclosure considering this LINK to a fascinating dialogue in Slate between an author and the man who narrates his books – considered by many to be one of the best in the business.

It’s an up-close-and-personal discussion on the joys and responsibilities of becoming the voice of a novel or work of non-fiction, how that process looks from the inside out.  I found it riveting and relatable, especially considering the number of titles I enjoy each year.

I hope you like it too.  I’ll be back with King John bright and early tomorrow.


2 Responses to “The Life and Work of an Audiobook Narrator”

  1. Don Hanson Says:

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