Tag Archives: audiobooks

New voiceover niche!

Crafting any voiceover demands far more than just reading the words off the page. Focus, creativity, imagination, interpreting the character in the copy, attention to detail, and much more besides. This is especially true for audiobook readers, as they work to find the right mood for the narration, and worry about how many chapters can be finished before bedtime. However, in spite of this concentration on completing what for many has been described as a marathon work, it has become apparent that many are forgetting Read More +

Audiobook Stars Hail New Reader

An award winning panel reviews the debut audiobook narrated by William Boyns. Aged just 4 years he already captivates his audience, whose chants of “more”, “more” can be heard once the story comes to an end. Having already recorded telephone ring tones, a promo (well, a “fauxdition” for ABC News), and more recently been heard singing, William decided to turn the tables on the bedtime story genre, and started telling the story back at me. It seemed a natural progression to develop this, and here’s Read More +