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New Library at Voices.com

By David Ciccarelli

July 14, 2007

Comments (15)

Need a place to find excellent royalty-free scripts to practice from and an awesome how-to book for voice overs?

If you're a Premium or Preferred member at Voices.com, you need not look any further than your new library of resources, accessible to you absolutely free!

Free eBooks and voice over scripts from Voices.com

So, you may have heard that we've started giving away our eBooks and voice over scripts for free... well, if you are a subscriber to the Premium or Preferred memberships at Voices.com, that's absolutely correct!

As a part of some recent improvements to our website, the Voices.com team is giving you 3 Bonus eBooks, valued at $89.95. You can find these in the Help Section and click on User Guides.

The exciting news is that we'll be adding more free resources for our subscribers over time. Being a member of Voices.com just gets better and better!

We hope you enjoy reading them and we'd love to hear your success stories too.

Best wishes,

Stephanie and David



    Thank you for the free gift of books. It was unexpected but is most certainly appreciated. I am excited to include the Voices.com team in the building of my Voice Over career.


    Craig S. Koepke

    Posted by:

      Hi Stephanie,

      That's great, thanks! It's always handy to have resources at the tip of your fingers.


      Kind regards,

      Matt Dratva

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        Thank you very much and have a great weekend.

        David Brower
        aka POPPA

        Posted by:

          Thank you!

          Posted by:

            Thanks Stephanie, I appreciate that.

            Have a terrific weekend,

            Johnny George

            Posted by:

              Thanks, Stephanie!

              Have a great weekend!

              Best, D.

              Posted by:

                Thanks so much!

                Hope you're well.


                Marc Cashman

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                  Stephanie and the Voices.com Team,

                  Thank you so much for the free download and these messages I receive from Voices.com. This is the best voice site as far as I'm concerned!!! The info you send is great and I'm so happy to have my voice on this site.


                  Posted by:

                    Thank you very much for everything!

                    Best wishes,

                    Aaron E. Tucker

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                      Thanks very much Stephanie. I appreciate it! It will be part of my weekend reading.


                      Posted by:


                        Thanks for the 3 E-Books! Much appreciated!

                        Debra Fankhauser

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                          Thanks! These will be helpful for my new demos!


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                            Thank you!

                            Posted by:

                              Hi Stephanie,

                              Thank you for the great e-books and thank you to you, David and the VOICES.COM team!


                              Posted by:

                                Hi Everyone,

                                Thank you for your appreciative emails and for sharing your thoughts!

                                As we mentioned in the article, there will be MORE to come.

                                Take care and have a fabulous weekend,


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