Audio books. Think about this. It’s really not been too long ago when listening to one required a cassette player (often a Walkman, remember those?). Of course, depending on the length of the book, it might include two or three or even more cassette tapes for the whole book. Today, it’s much different, and arguably much easier to listen to audio books, thanks to MP3 and other formats.
I narrated my first audio book, back in 2013, but it’s only been in the last year that things have started taking off for me. I narrate via the ACX website. ACX is related to Amazon and Audible, meaning the work I do there, is available on the other two sites.
This part of the blog is dedicated to my work as an audio books narrator. Also known as shameless self-promotion, I am linking the projects I have completed, here, for you to peruse, and hopefully, be inclined to purchase, as well. As of this writing, the subject matter has ranged from tech items to poverty to poetry to cookbooks. Hopefully, you’ll find something you’ll enjoy listening to!
Mike the Country Musicologist is a lifelong music and radio fanatic, lover of vintage agriculture, and big sports fan, including the Colts, Reds, Hurricanes, Pacers, Purdue & Butler Universities. He has collected records since childhood, and focuses on classic country and top 40 oldies music. He convinced Vincennes University to give him an Associate’s Degree in broadcasting. He’s worked for several stations in Indiana and North Carolina. Be sure to follow him on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.