I met Cassie at Tantor’s annual APAC party last year and was delighted to learn that not only is she Tantor’s voice on Facebook, but she competes in roller derbies! KW: What is your job title and what’s a typical day like for you? CM: I am the Marketing Project Manager at Tantor Media. A . . .
Hilary is someone that I’ve known for several years now. I love working with her because she’s always so quick to respond to questions, always so positive and upbeat in her emails. But when you work with someone primarily via email, it’s always good to get a picture of what things look like where they . . .
JIAM2012 Behind the Scenes Interview #5 I was really looking forward to talking to Amy. I had noticed years ago that the cover art on audiobooks was often different from that of the hardcover or paperback, and I’d surmised that it was a licensing issue. But recently, I’d read a few dialogues between a Goodreads . . .
Very lovely article on Audiobooks and, uh, me, in the current issue of ‘You know,” Karen White ’85 says with a grin, “I was always that ob nox ious kid who liked reading aloud in front of the class.” Only now, she gets paid for it. Read more at: CORNELL ALUMNI MAGAZINE. And thanks . . .
AUDIOFILE EARPHONES WINNER #21 IN EMUSIC BEST AUDIOBOOKS OF 2010 Now available at Tantor Media “One needn’t be a dog lover to be moved by this charming book. Klam teaches humans how to love and make compromises when necessary through the process of coping with our pets’ needs, quirks, and demands. Klam’s self-deprecating personality is . . .
Now available from Tantor Media “A page-turner illustrating the horrifying consequences of becoming embroiled in the American legal system.” —Kirkus “The unexpected turns Ragen puts on this family’s path to healing and happiness are a pleasant surprise.” —Publishers Weekly
NOW AVAILABLE AT TANTOR MEDIA: AUDIO SAMPLE “It would be saccharine to suggest that any good can come of having cancer, or that a warm puppy alone can embody salvation for a traumatized family. But there is an aura of happy innocence — a kind of euphoria — pervading this book.” — Amy Finnerty, The New . . .