Looking for Readers and Writers

Judging by the amount of views and shares the auditions post is getting, things are starting off right. I’m looking forward to hearing your takes on the characters. This is your chance to make me believe that I’m listening to one of them instead of the person playing him or her.

The next phase is making sure the story being told is the right one. I’m looking for a few beta readers as well as one audio drama script writer to sharpen the dull edges. I want this story to cut deep. There has to be a clear focus amidst all the pros and violence.

Interested parties should leave a comment in this post stating which you’d like to be; beta reader or script writer. Time is important so you must be able to commit to this project. I am shooting for a mid May deadline for the final product which means we have a two month window to hammer out the finer details of the story. We will be doing edits over email; keeping everyone involved in the loop. Thanks to the beta readers will be given in the credits of the episodes and show notes with links to their websites (if appropriate). The script writer will receive the same treatment; however, the wording will be different in the credits.

I’m looking forward to being challenged, learning, and creating a work of art that will entertain listeners as well as fill us with pride. Are you in?

CC BY-ND 4.0 Looking for Readers and Writers by Allen Sale is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

Author: Allen Sale

Allen Sale is an audio book and film reviewer, voice-over artist, and producer wrapped up in a geeky shell of random interests. He has been involved in radio since 2004. and began producing audio in 2007. He has appeared as a panelist on the horror film review podcasts Midnight Spookshow and the Midnight Meat Locker. He has interviewed such personalities as award-winning audio book narrator Scott Brick, Victoria Price (daughter of screen legend Vincent Price), film director Lucky McKee among others. When not producing the Astral Audio Experience, he can occasionally be found writing reviews for SFF Audio and Astral Audio Entertainment.