Los Angeles, CA, October 15, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Mary Jane Wells is a UK voice talent and performance transplant who brought to life the audiobooks that inspired the award-winning series Downton Abbey. With another 11 audiobook projects being published this year, and a world class entertainment career behind her, Mary Jane will be an expert panelist for The Digital Author and Self-Publishing Conference this Sunday, October 13th, 2013.
The conference is a full weekend focused on the new paradigms for authors in an increasingly digital world. Workshops, inspirational sessions, and focused panels will be attended by professionals representing every genre and level of the industry.
A member of the Writer’s Junction and Voices.com, and currently in the process of writing a play, Mary Jane will be speaking about the trust process involved in the construction of an audiobook. Mary Jane will explain how, as a writer, you can best choose the right narrator to voice your imaginative world. “My hope for the event is that writers get the support and connections they need to further their work to spectacular new platforms, especially audiobooks,” Mary Jane reveals. “This conference is very specific, very current, and has high-level experts and representatives who can be approached in all strata of the digital publishing world.”
Mary Jane joins Stefan Rudnicki, Gabrielle de Cuir, Roxanne Hernandez, Dean Sluyter, Jessica Kaye, and Christian Rummel on the New Revenue Streams for Authors from Audio Books panel.
A writer of the highly successful adaptation of Virginia Ironside's The Huge Bag of Worries, the voice of the television commercial campaigns for Eharmony, Puma, LinkedIn, Think Finance and Jet2 Holidays, and has voiced many documentaries, animations, and videogames, Mary Jane brings a unique, varied insight to the audiobook space.
Mary Jane's advice to the creative professionals who dream up, write, edit, publish, and record the stories? "Create with the heart, build with the mind: collaborate with both. Creative strategy is not a solo sport.”
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About Mary Jane Wells
Formally trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Mary Jane Wells has been a prominent fixture in the UK and European theatre scene. Mary Jane first came to the US for the Mark Taper French classic, The Red Balloon. A solo show, Martha, for the Annenberg Centre followed, then a tour to the Kennedy centre, the New Victory on Broadway, and the International showcase in Philidelphia where she won the Victor Award.
Mary Jane has worked on BBC’s “Half Moon Investigates,” and she narrated BBC3’s TV show, My Childhood which won a Scottish BAFTA. In 2008, Mary Jane joined Honolulu theatre, where she played Ariel in the stage adaptation of The Little Mermaid. Since then, she has been shooting, writing and voice acting in London and Los Angeles.
For more information, please visit www.maryjanewells.org.