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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

I started my StoryPress audio library

I was dancing around just like a kid last night (inside, LOL) after I downloaded StoryPress.  Reviewing all the features, I played around a little and started my own audio book.  I thought I would give you a quick run down on what I learned so far.  Please forgive the darkness of some of these shots.  I was trying to block the glare.

When you open StoryPress, you will discover it is so easy to use that you can just dive in.  There will be one green book on the shelf entitled, "Create A New Book." Notice I already have two of my own audio books on the shelf:

I clicked on the green book where I entered my name the way I want it to appear on the book:

 I entered my birthday:

 Then the real fun came when I found out I could choose  from one of the book covers included...

or use my own photo!

 After I edited the title, I clicked "Approve," and I chose to use the interview questions built into the app:

I love this feature because there are so many questions that I can choose to answer, and I can skip the ones I don't.  The built-in questions will make it so easy for the times I am interviewing a family member.

The Interview Mode features keep you from feeling rushed.  I love that I can stop and come back to where I left off when I return.

My book will stay on the top shelf until I am finished and ready to share it.   By the way, I think I will go back in now.  I will keep you posted about my finished project!  To learn more, see:  Download the StoryPress app  free through the holidays.


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