Heroic Personal Finances by Larry Jones Do you struggle with your personal finances? Are you “shooting from the hip” with your money? Not sure where to begin with your financial plan? Well, look no further. You simply need a guide to show you the way. In this short, 70-page book, author Larry Jones gives you a […]
Do you wish you were in leadership? Or are you frustrated with being in leadership? Why does leadership suck? It sucks because real leadership is hard and requires selfless service. It sucks because the buck stops here, meaning it is ultimately the leader’s responsibility to deal with all of the crap. It requires less effort […]
The audiobook business is still growing. I recommend doing your research on the potential companies. I also suggest getting a sample of their work. If you plan on doing the reading, I would set up a taping session so you can hear how you sound edited. As a growing business, you want a quality and well-established company. Finally, you should negotiate with the company. We sometimes get excited because our book will go public soon and make quick decisions. You have to still treat it as a business and ensure it makes good financial sense. Do the math based on how many books you will need to sell to at least break even. After you pick the company, have fun. It was a great experience to read my own words from a completely different perspective.
Some people get intimidated by the process of home canning. It’s actually a fairly simple procedure. Listening to the directions could help you get a grasp on the steps of the process. Some people learn best from auditory materials.
We’ve been told it makes great listening, especially the stories of real people.
From the darkness of a six by eight foot cell in solitary confinement to the top of the highest peak in the Western Hemisphere, this is the captivating story of one man’s struggle to recover from a troubled past. Charlie is known to his friends as an accomplished mountain climber and entertaining storyteller. Few know […]
This is a very emotional book, and I am happy to say that comes across in the audio version. I was lucky to work with a narrator who put so much of himself into the production of the book. It’s not just that he has an excellent voice, but that he cared so much about getting every detail of the production right.
As an author, it was odd to hear my story – my life, really – coming out of a speaker in someone else’s voice. I forgot about that in the first ten minutes I was listening, though, and just enjoyed the great storytelling Jeff Conwell did.