To distinguish an audiobook from a radio play, here is some information to help you determine the nature of your publication:
- An audio book is usually read by a narrator. The content of your book is spoken either in full or in abridged form by a single person.
- An audio book may not include background music. However, if you include "some" sounds between chapters or sections to distinguish them, this is not a problem.
- A radio play is characterized by the use of multiple speakers or narrators. It is a staging of the text in which different voices portray the dialogue of the characters.
- In addition to the spoken performance, radio plays may include music or background sounds. These elements are used to enhance the atmosphere and make the listening experience more vivid.