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DO YOU HEAR VOICES? PART II: AUDIOBOOK LESSONS LEARNED By Linda Lovely

Part I of this blog discussed the growing audiobook market and the ACX.com matchmaker service the author used to find a narrator for her mystery, DEAR KILLER. Part II offers production advice to authors who are interested in recording their … Continue reading

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DO YOU HEAR VOICES? PART I: MAYBE YOUR READERS SHOULD, TOO By Linda Lovely

Do you hear voices? I do. My characters speak to me all the time. So it’s been great fun listening to the folks who live in my head actually talk out loud. No, I’m not nuts—well, no more so than … Continue reading

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“Dusty furniture is the sign of a dedicated writer.” -Interview with author Linda Lovely

How did you get started writing? I planned to study law. However, my freshman year in college, I became friends with a number of Northwestern University journalism students. One, Bob McVea, encouraged me to consider journalism. I switched majors and … Continue reading

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