What makes a good audiobook narrator?
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What makes a good audiobook narrator? Is it enough to have a good voice? To be a good reader? A good actor? Something else? What about on the side of the reader? There are certainly things that make the experience of listening to an audiobook narrator better or worse for people. But are some of these things objective and common to everyone? Or is this a totally subjective preference? Join us as we dive into this topic! ----------------------- Books we're reading in this episode:  Romantic Comedy by Curtis Sittenfeld Hook, Line, and Sinker by Tessa Bailey Happy Place by Emily Henry Fourth Wing by Rebecca Yarros Crescent City series by Sarah J. Maas It Happened One Summer by Tessa Bailey Blame It On The Brontes by Annie Sereno Adam Bede by George Eliot -----------------------  Sources:    Luis Daniel Gonzalez, How to Become an Audiobook Narrator, audible blog, August 23, 2021, https://www.audible.com/blog/article-how-to-become-an-audiobook-narrator.----------------------- Intro and outro music: "The Chase," by Aves. Do you have thoughts, questions, or ideas for future episodes? Email us at [email protected]. And if you want to learn more about the podcast, visit our website at allbooksaloudpod.com. If you liked this episode, please consider leaving us a review to help us reach more listeners. And if you'd like to see more bookish content from Martha & Elizabeth, follow us on Instagram and TikTok @allbooksaloudpod. Read on!
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