Let's say one has a story that they're thinking of putting up on ACX (Audible). Let's say this same person is a fan of the Dunesteef and would love to have some of the voice talent from the show for their Audible story.
Forget the hypothetical, it's too passive...
I'm thinking about putting the novella I wrote (inspired by the Dunesteef claw machine game prompt) up on ACX but I've never done this before. There are two POV characters, a male and a female, in the story, and I love the idea of having a male to voice the male and a female for the female. I'm reading up on how to do the reading myself. Obviously this is ideal for authors because then they keep all the royalties to themselves like the selfish people that I am. However, I'm not sure that the quality will be good enough for ACX standards (haven't tried submitting quite yet) and I still like the idea of having a male voice for the other character.
Rish, you are already on ACX as a voice actor. Is it pretty easy to find you on there and send you a request to narrate my story? If I can't pull off the female part, do you know how difficult it would be for me to find someone on there for the female part? Or if it's too complicated, I might be content just having you narrate the whole thing (or if someone like Renee C. or L. Scribe Harris might be able to team up with you?). I'm still in the early stages of figuring this out and I know you're busy, esp with novel-writing. I'm in no hurry but I also understand if you take a pass. Just wanted to throw it out there in case you might be available sometime in the future. My long-term goal is to have it ready by Christmastime if that helps give a better time frame.