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Six lessons Anne T. Donahue learned about narrating audiobooks

“I TALK SO much all the time,” says author Anne T. Donahue, who has just wrapped her first audiobook. To record the 44,000- word text of her autobiographical essay collection, Nobody Cares (ECW P ress), which will be released in print Sept. 18 with the audiobook following later that month, Donahue spent three sessions, three hours apiece, in a cloistered Toronto studio with audiobook engineer Bobby Singh. She even finished early.

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