When A Book Gets A Voice

Updated: Aug 15, 2019



There are many ways to receive a book... Some people check the end before they start. Some people slowly digest a story - while others dive in and can't stop. Some like to read on an Ipad, others want the paper pages.

And some people like to listen to books!

For that to be possible, someone has to record the books... In this podcast, you will meet two amazing audiobook narrators, Max Zoulek and Megan Hill, and an enthusiastic audiobook listener, Laleh Hancock.

Recording an audiobook is not just about reading the words, it’s about getting and conveying the energy of the story. And listening to it can transports you to a different world... while you cook, garden or walk through a city full of people.

Join us as we explore 'When A Book Gets A Voice'. If you have never listened to an audiobook, this podcast may make you want to try!


Key takeaways:

  • Being the voice of a book changes you

  • Getting the energy of the words

  • Listening to a book is a different experience from reading a book

  • When authors read their own book

  • Preparation and feedback for narrators

  • Including your body in a different way when you listen

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