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The Economics of Audio Books: An Author Case Study: Ian Sutherland

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ian_sutherland-bwWhat are the best solutions for getting your audiobook onto more platforms and in front of more listeners? Should you set it up yourself, pay a narrator 50/50, or license your audio rights to a specialist company? Ian Sutherland, who has released his books on audio, shares his expertise about the decisions that were part of the process and the benefits of expanding his product line to reach more readers.


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