How To Narrate a Book in 4 Days…
I HAVE NO IDEA! ha.
I finished up my other projects this morning and I went to Kinko’s to print out the book I’m narrating, (rather using all our ink- with big projects- kinko’s is a good option) Cost me $23 to prink off 208 pages (I will use the other side of them when I am done.)
Some things I am thinking about before I get in the sound booth to record this book:
-understand the content
-speak slower than I think I need to
-keep in mind the audience
-it’s a daunting task- but just get in there and start
-relax..did I say that already? lol
Neat tip I snagged from voices.com
“Don’t let punctuation dictate all that your voice must do. Use inflection to colour words well in order to authentically express what the author has in mind.”
Alright, I am feeling a bit better;) I know I can do it. It’s about 150 pages, so I will try to read 50 pages per day and then on Sunday- finish up the editing. It will be a lot of work, but it is also comforting earning rent and bills in 4 days!
Here are a few pictures of the last of my Yellowknife trip. Our last night in the NWT’s we went to a popular fish and chips place called Bullocks Bistro..
Marianne and Craig at the front of the restaurant..
Quaint and comfy atmosphere..
Sure, I’ll have one of those..
There are pictures and writing everywhereBuns were goood
Mikey likes em! Cutie.
Really pretty view
I think this was right after Mike and I asked Marianne and Craig to be our MC’s for our wedding! Woo Hoo!
They said YEP!
And lastly, I capped the evening off by leaving my mark in the Great White North
It was a glorious event.
Now for the next 4 days it will just be pictures of me in the sound booth, flipping pages.. exciting! haha… But please come back- I’m sure I’ll find something fun to say…..
Have an exceptionally wonderful rest of your day! You ROCK!