Certainly a good plan - and think if you hadn't started that way, one of the admins would have stepped in and suggested itnickbulka wrote:Thanks, LynneLynnet wrote:Thank you for that chapter and for claiming the remaindernickbulka wrote:Chapter 16:
I'm ready to take on the next two chapters. In fact, I can commit to the rest of the unclaimed chapters, if that's appropriate.
Have you thought about recording a solo next time? There's no problem with claiming a bunch of chapters in a group project (unless the BC prefers otherwise) but there is not much more work involved in doing a solo, and you have more control over what you read (as in, you choose the book )
yes, I am considering doing a solo. But I wanted to get my LibroVox feet wet first (including possibly getting some feedback and suggestions on how to improve my reading). Once they've dried, I'll look for a suitable book that hasn't already been recorded.
On a side note, I'm enjoying this more than I thought I would.
My problem is there are so many I want to read...
But as you seem to be enjoying Henty, he was very prolific so may be a good place to start. There are quite a few already in the catalog, but if you cross-reference Gutenberg and the Librivox catalog you should still get quite a few to choose from - I haven't counted, but I'd guess 20 or so . Also, there are no rules against recording a book that has already been done - Librivox stresses "The Choice Of Voice", but I do understand wanting to do a previously unrecorded book.