Okay, here it is folks. My first full-scale attempt at doing an audio recording of one of the short stories from our anthology "The Vampyre Blogs - One Day At a Time".
This particular tale features our vampyre Nathan, talking about Alaska and what it's like to have shape-shifting powers.
*NOTE: Do not click on this image, link to audio is provided further down
Please feel free to leave some comments below or at YouTube to let me know how I did. I'm hoping to fine tune my skills before trying for a full-scale audiobook version of the anthology and our full-length novels in the future.
FYI, I'll be putting together a rather lengthy blog entry in the near future (possibly complete with videos including Blooper outtakes) demonstrating what lengths I go to get a good sound quality within the confines of my own home. I think I'll be able to give you all a few good chuckles as well as useful information.
Just click on the link below to begin listening:
In the meantime keep writing my friends.
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