Let me help you tell the story the way you want it heard.
There’s nothing quite like hearing your story come to life through the voice of another. I’ve got quite a bit of experience using my voice on my podcast, and would be happy to use my voice to help you tell your story. My specialties are science fiction, thriller, historical and any YA that fits into these categories.
But I’m not just willing to be the voice of your story, but I will help you craft your audiobook from scratch. I will do the research, narration, editing and mastering of your work. Samples are below.
People interested can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
“Working with Joshua is a pleasure. He is enthusiastic and shares a love for storytelling. He responds quickly to messages and requests and does excellent quality work.” Brad C. Anderson, Duatero
Narration $40 Per hour
Want me to just narrate? No problem! There will be one hour research charge as well. I have had to research how to pronounce things in Mandarin and Esperanto for example. Or that favorite question all sci fi/fantasy authors get. How do you pronounce “insert word here?” and I want to make sure you are happy with the tone, the accent I use. This is your story after all. I want it done right.
Book Recording/Producing/Mastering/Narration $200 P.F.H.
Want me to do everything? I can do everything. I will narrate your story, and then edit, master, get it ACX ready for Audible and send your book ready to be released.
Chapter 9 of Duatero, by Brad C. Anderson, Narrated by me.
Alice in Wonderland Chapter 1 By Lewis Carroll
Episode 654: Just Joshing Episode 654: Drink and Draw with Rae Hope Pantalleresco Part 2 – Just Joshing
- Episode 654: Just Joshing Episode 654: Drink and Draw with Rae Hope Pantalleresco Part 2
- Episode 653: Just Joshing Episode 653: Drink and Draw with Rae Hope Pantalleresco Part 1
- Episode 652: Just Joshing Episode 652: Kaki Olsen
- Episode 651: Just Joshing Episode 651: Betsy Ross
- Episode 650: Just Joshing Episode 650: Christian Tiege
What’s a PFH?
So a PFH stands for Per Finished Hour, the final product of the narration. So let’s do some math. A Per Finished Hour can be calculated by this method. On average Audible’s Per Finished Hour comes to 9308 words. Take your word count and divide it by that number, you’ll have a rough idea how many hours your book will be.