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Calling All Producers: Show Her Audio Book

For immediate release. Please pass along to any producers and voice talents who might be interested. 

Publisher Seeks Producer for Latest Audio Book

CLARKSTON, GA, June 4, 2017– As of midnight on May 31st, Volo Press found itself without a producer for its latest book, Show Her. Now, it is opening auditions up to the public via the Audible (Amazon) site ACX.com in order to draw talent from all across the world.

“It’s an unfortunate and bizarre circumstance,” says T. L. Curtis, Founder and CEO of Volo Press. “We had a producer who actually recorded the entire piece, then didn’t finalize the project by the due date of May 31st. Now we’ve got to start over from square one.”

California radio DJ Don Abad was hired to take on the project. He had recorded and submitted the entire book for final revision requests. But, according to Curtis, once the revisions were requested, there was no response.

“I thought maybe he was just working on it. Got busy with some other projects, you know. But I never heard back from him. At this point, it’s time to make sure the project gets done at all. I hate it though, since he had done a good job over all.”

Volo Press invites interested parties to submit auditions at https://www.acx.com/titleview/AYJ473JO41T3J.

The audition script is available on the ACX website.

Show Her is a dystopian, psychological thriller that follows the story of Erika Wogo as she battles threats to her marriage and her “perfect” life. The book currently holds more than 4.5 stars on Amazon.com, 3.5 stars on Goodreads.com, and 4 stars on BarnesAndNoble.com.

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For more information, T. L. Curtis can be contacted at TLCurtis@Volo-Press.com or 404-666-1126.

When Writers Strike: 2017

Reports have been popping up throughout the internet of an impending writers strike. Some of you may remember how this affected the production of entertainment media the last time it took place back in 2007/2008. Here are links to further info about the strike so you can keep your eye on the situation.

The next time someone tells you that writing isn’t a worthwhile career, you might want to let them know that the average salary for a TV or film writer is over $187,000.

Don’t forget to chime in about the strike at these sites and make your opinion heard. #WriteOn

CNN: http://money.cnn.com/2017/04/18/media/writers-strike-hollywood/

New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/17/business/media/with-a-hollywood-writers-strike-looming-heres-what-to-know.html?_r=0

Vanity Fair: http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2017/04/wga-writers-strike-preparation

Deadline: http://deadline.com/2017/03/hollywood-writers-strike-commentary-whats-at-stake-wga-1202053957/

Erika is such a relatable character (if you’ve ever been burned) and you’ll find yourself at times rooting for her then in the next breath you’re cussing her for her stupidity.

–Laura Greeson, Amazon.com

Don’t forget to grab your copy of Show Her from Barnes and Noble or Amazon.com!