We can add the language, but since this is your very first post, there are a couple things you should do first:
(1) We STRONGLY encourage a one-minute test (LINK
) to check your technical settings. It's not an audition, but to make sure you're exporting at the correct bit rate, have your recording in mono, etc. It would be a shame to record a whole section, only to have to scrap it and redo it because of some simple setting that is incorrect.
(2) Claim, record, and get OK'd at least one section in a group project. This is to make sure you know what you're getting into. Recording a whole book isn't as easy as it seems. It isn't simply sitting down and recording. There's editing to do - and that often can take up to 5 times as long as recording does. In my experience, a ballpark estimate of 95% of brand new readers who start with a solo end up quitting before finishing. Please test the waters first before jumping in.
If you are uncomfortable with English, you could submit something to the Multilingual Collection: viewtopic.php?f=60&t=75048
or submit the Vietnamese version of the Declaration of Human Rights: viewtopic.php?f=60&t=62306
Any work submitted for LibriVox has to be out of copyright in the USA. That usually means that it was published in or before 1923. Do you have a certain text in mind? We can verify whether it's PD before you launch it, if you'll post a link to the text.