Having trouble getting people to read your story? Do they get five hundred words in only to turn tail and run? Have you tried reading it to them?
This is my advice on home recording. It’s for writers who have done everything they can to get new readers, and are willing to try to get new listeners instead.
As a writer on the internet, I want people to read my work, but I don’t want to lose their attention. That’s why I do audio recordings. My philosophy is this: if I can’t get people to read my stories, then I’ll read my stories to them.
If this is the age of multitasking, then why fight it? People should experience my words the way they want to. On a long road trip, as they chase the horizon. On a woodland trail full of leering shadows. On an elliptical machine, skiing in place.
If you can’t give me your undivided attention, then I’ll take what I can get. Continue reading If You Can’t Make Them Read it, Read it to Them