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Kbuuk Partners with VoiceBunny to Offer Audiobook Solution for Independent Authors

HOUSTON, Jan. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Kbuuk, LLC (http://kbuuk.com) has teamed up with VoiceBunny (http://voicebunny.com), a global voice talent service, to provide independent authors a convenient way to create audio books. The partnership will provide online self-published authors an additional format for sales as well as open new channels of distribution for their work. Kbuuk currently offers independent authors the opportunity to convert documents to ebooks as well as an online retail channel and access to larger distribution channels. "By partnering with VoiceBunny we're marrying the written word and the spoken word to allow independent authors to create more valuable experiences for all of their potential customers," said Isaac Shi, CEO of Kbuuk.

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VoiceBunny will personally assist each author, ensuring they get great results for their audio book. Authors will be able to get high-quality, professional audio books produced without paying royalty fees. Authors will own all rights to their audio to distribute however they choose. "Trough this partnership with Kbuuk, we're very pleased to be able to give authors support and access to crowdsourcing technology and allow them to keep all of their rights and more profits," said Alexander Torrenegra, CEO and Co-founder of VoiceBunny.

To access the new VoiceBunny App along with other great apps such as Cover Art Design, Ebook Formatting, and PR Newswire iReach Press Distribution, visit the Kbuuk Publishing App Store at http://kbuuk.com/s/vbpr1.

About Kbuuk

Founded in 2011, Kbuuk's mission is to break down the barriers of traditional publishing by empowering independent authors to publish ebooks quickly and conveniently. Equipped with a suite of powerful and intuitive tools, authors can also engage readers and track sales to refine products and strategy. Anyone can create a Kbuuk account and find the support once only reserved for writers who could get past the gatekeepers of the publishing industry. Kbuuk is a privately held company headquartered in Houston, TX. For more information on Kbuuk, please visit http://kbuuk.com/about/media.

About VoiceBunny

Founded in 2012 by husband and wife Alexander Torrenegra and Tania Zapata,VoiceBunny's mission is to build the best and largest set of global services and communities for the creation and consumption of spoken content, while expanding the voiceover industry to verticals where it wasn't accessible before. Through patented "crowdvoicing" technology, VoiceBunny allows anyone access to fast and professional voiceovers for any project from a global pool of over 100k talents in 50 languages via the web or API. VoiceBunny is a privately held company with offices in San Francisco, New York City, and Bogota, Colombia. For more information on VoiceBunny, please visit http://voicebunny.com/pages/about.

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