Guest Post by Christopher Mannino #Author of School of Deaths @BookPubServices

For those of you who, like me, have been THINKING about audible books, here’s a quick look at the process via Between the Lines. I’m thinking even harder, now.

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Welcome, Christopher!

Christopher’s book The Scythe Wielder’s Secret is a thrilling young adult fantasy/adventure series. The first two books in the trilogy, School of Deaths and Sword of Deaths, are out now, with the third book Daughter of Deaths expected to be released next year.

Reviewers have compared The Scythe Wielder’s Secret to Harry Potter, Hunger Games, and Percy Jackson. It is recommended for readers who enjoy magical realism, fantasy, paranormal, middle grade, young adult, and/or books with a strong female protagonist.

Making an audiobook from an ebook

As technology continues to impact our daily lives, people are finding different ways to enjoy books. One growing format is audiobooks. With audiobooks, a person can enjoy a full book while on their way to work, or while completing menial tasks. When I was at grad school, I had an hour commute into the city and then another hour back, and…

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8 thoughts on “Guest Post by Christopher Mannino #Author of School of Deaths @BookPubServices

  1. It’s been on my mind to get audio books done of my titles, so always interesting to hear from people who have already done it. Not quite sure what Christopher means by ‘only available to Americans’ – one of my fellow UK authors has all his titles on ACX, so I’d assumed anyone can do the same. I shall investigate further.
    I’m also a little concerned about having the raunchier scenes read out – guess I’d better buy a couple of erotics and get used to the idea!
    Thanks for sharing, Marcia.

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    • On the original post, someone (I think Olga) commented that it this is now available in Great Britain, too. (Maybe elsewhere, I don’t know). As for the “raunchier scenes,” you’re on your own with that one. 😉 I don’t write ’em, so there’s one worry I don’t have to take on. 😀 I would definitely like to do this, though, soon.

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