I haven't seen this discussed, so I'll open up the can of worms, Pandora's Box or Ali Baba's cave, or whatever you prefer. As attempted promotion for a couple of my books, I did some short YouTube videos and narrated them. It occurred to me that perhaps I could narrate an entire book (the one I chose isn't giant) and see about releasing it as an audio book. I won't go into the mechanics of it all, except to say that IF you can read your own work and have a few hundred dollars to spend on equipment, you can do it yourself. There are also Royalty Share options where you can hand it off to someone else for a share of the royalties. It's not a slam dunk that you'll find anyone who wants to do your stuff on a speculative basis, but it does happen. Anyone who wants to msg me, go ahead. I'm thinking of writing up a short "how to" ebook/audio book for those considering doing it. I am not a slick pro but I do have lots of audio experience and am unafraid to venture into uncharted waters. But it can be a money maker. And if somebody has something suitable for an adult male with an American accent, we can talk about it.