What should I use as my BISAC?
Your BISAC is your book’s category or subgenre, and has a large impact on how your audiobook is displayed across most audiobook sellers.
We recommend considering what types of phrases your core listener might be searching against or what lists of bestsellers or recommendation they might be browsing. If you need some more inspiration, check out what phrases or keywords similar books use.
If you're having a hard time searching for the right one via the Findaway Voices website, you can see the full list of options by clicking “Download a list of BISAC codes”.
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 We often see publishers include the full series order list towards the bottom of their book ...
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 ...
Can I use my eBook or print ISBN for the audiobook version?
No. Each version of a book requires its own unique ISBN (hardcover, paperback, eBook, audio CD, audio digital download, etc.
How to use Find Voices
How to use Find Voices Watch the video below to learn how to find narrators using the 'Find Voices' tool.
If I use Voices Plus, do I have to use all of the Findaway Voices distributors?
No you do not. When signing up for Voices Plus you do commit to using Findaway Voices network for all of your distribution - meaning you won't go direct to any retailer or use any other distribution service for that title. However, you always ...