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Production Details

Seeking audiobook narrator for self-help book from Bird Street Books. Company states: "Our current book contains a series of anecdotes based on the author’s life and many of these ...more

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Male, ages 18-21, Caucasian

Role Description

Narrator: should be experienced and highly seasoned, apply only if experience includes multiple audiobook projects, not looking for voiceover talent. Must be able to work with Punch and Roll recording, work at 2:1 pace, and do any and all prep work prior to tracking.


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Excerpt From Book For Audio Sample

I wanted to stop partying and getting wasted, but I was afraid to. As much as I longed to make a change, I didn't know what life would be like if I gave up my dependencies. I was like a guy who freezes halfway up while climbing a wall. I knew I had to make a move, but I was afraid to let go long enough to reach higher.
Fear of the unknown can hold you back; so if you ever find yourself locked up like that, knowing that you need to make a change but afraid to pursue something better, ask yourself: what's the worst that could happen? Then consider: Is it better or worse than where you are now? Sometimes we subconsciously equate change with death. We're afraid that if we fail or fall short, something in us will die. But in most cases, when you let go to reach for something better, you actually improve your situation.
I was trapped in a self-destructive lifestyle. I knew I needed to break free. Thoughts of escape kept coming to me, though I felt more like I needed to run toward something better. Your life is the product of the decisions you make along the way, and my decisions had been consistently bad for a long stretch in my twenties.