How can I find my audiobook available for sale?
Remember that it can take up to 30 days (sometimes a bit longer) for your title to be live at the partners you've chosen.
Retailer Link Digest: Within 30 days after publishing at least one audiobook, you will begin to receive a weekly email digest for each distributed audiobook title that contains a list of new retailer links that were found. If no new links were found, you will not receive an email.
Do note that this list isn't comprehensive, your book is also available at other vendors with no public search functionality (like libraries or subscription services)
When will my audiobook be available for sale?
You can expect to see your title live at most retailers in 2–4 weeks from the time you submit for distribution (Audible in particular tends to take longer than most retailers and can take up to 30-45 days). To prevent any delays, please ensure that ...
Why isn't my audiobook at one of the retailers I picked?
There's a couple things that could be happening: The vendor could have chosen to not offer it. Findaway Voices will deliver your book to each of your selections, but that doesn't guarantee that they'll make it available to their customers. For some ...
How do I give away copies of my audiobook to groups or reviewers?
Every audiobook distributed with Findaway Voices may receive 100 redemption codes which you may use to give free copies of your audiobook to anyone you'd like at no cost to you or the listener. These one-time-use codes will allow you to give away ...
Why Does the Live Sales Dashboard Not Match My Official Royalty Report?
The Live Sales Dashboard displays audiobook sales based on the transaction date of the purchase. In other words, the transaction date is the date the book was sold by the retailer/distributor, or the date it was reported to us in cases where ...
Can I include music in my audiobook production?
Music can add another fantastic layer of atmosphere to your audiobook listening experience, but do run some risk of distracting the listener or triggering retailer audio quality reviews. Here's some things to think about if you're thinking about ...