Findaway Voices and Draft2Digital Pave a Better Way For Indie Audiobooks

Have you ever thought of making a high quality audio-production of your indie book, and distributing it through major platforms, like iTunes? Without losing control of your work, and its pricing? And all while stacking up on royalties?

On June 18, 2017, Findaway Voices and Draft2Digital partnered together to make that possible. Draft2Digital is a publishing aggregator, while Findaway Voices is an audiobook production service. Match made in heaven, right?

Together, the two companies aim to challenge Amazon’s Audible, while opening up new markets for independent authors. According to Broadway World Books:

Authors maintain full rights over their work, with the ability to price and distribute their audiobooks without restrictions, and while receiving full royalties. This contrasts with the Audible model, which typically restricts authors to distributing exclusively through their service to gain a better royalty. In addition, Findaway Voices gives authors full control of pricing, and royalties are paid based on the list price. Audible controls all pricing on its platform, and pays based on the sale price they determine.

Interested in learning more? Check out the original news release on Broadway World here!

You’re welcome!

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About the Author

Shadow the PR Cat is the Goodwill Ambassador at Alexis Chateau PR, and head of the firm’s indie author division. His job includes tweeting, taking selfies, rolling in catnip, and advocating for animal rights and social equality. Follow his kitty adventures on Twitter as @ShadowThePRCat.

About Alexis Chateau PR

Alexis Chateau PR is an independent public relations agency with a special interest in lifestyle brands. From education to entertainment to travel, we’ve worked with clients in all areas of the lifestyle industry since 2006.

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