I'm self-published, what should I put in the Publisher field?
If you don't have your own publisher brand, we recommend using the name listed in your Copyright statement or that of your LLC. Author services like Findaway Voices, Draft 2 Digital, and Smashwords are not publisher entities, and we ask that you make no reference to them here or in the audio credits.
Make sure that you're consistent with the exact spelling of whatever you plug in to the publisher field - as many vendors use this as a way to help listeners find your books.</p>
Author services like Findaway Voices, Draft 2 Digital, and Smashwords are not publisher entities, and we ask that you make no reference to them here or in the audio credits.
How do I use the Series field?
As a general best practice, we encourage you to include both your series name and book number in the field. For example: A Fantastic Series, Book 1 Please use consistent formatting across the entire series to prevent confusion We often see publishers ...
What if I don't have my own ISBN?
As a courtesy, Findaway Voices will generally provide a complimentary ISBN for your audiobook at no cost to you. If you'd like to take advantage of this instead of providing your own ISBN, simply leave the Retail and Library Audiobook ISBN fields ...
Can I set a list price of $0?
Absolutely! We think free audiobooks can be a great audience builder. That said, there are a very small number of vendors (mainly Chirp & Overdrive) that don't support a price point of $0.00 or "free". Titles with a price of $0.00 will be filtered ...
Do I need to provide an eBook or print ISBN?
No, ebook and print ISBNs are not a required field. That said, they can work as additional identifiers for your title across platforms and formats, and help us link your title to the appropriate print versions. This can help your audiobook's ...
Can I narrate my own audiobook?
You certainly can! Particularly in non-fiction genres, the voice of the author can provide a unique draw for your book. However, narrating a book can be quite the endeavor,and it's not for everyone. Professional narrators exist for a reason, bringing ...