Who should I hear when I listen to your words?

Written by Chen Hindi

On September 25, 2020

I listen to audiobooks quite regularly and I noticed that when the author is reading the book I pay much more attention.

I frequently ask myself why so many authors don’t create their own audiobooks, in their own voice?

It’s only them who will know the tone that things were written in, when they need to raise their voice or tone it down, when they are moved to share this specific info with the listener or when they are extremely passionate about this one point in the book.

Authenticity is so important in a noisy world like ours, why would audiobooks be any different?

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