Hello, my name is Rusty. There is an app for Kindle that does just that. The Audacity app for Kindle will turn text into speech, click here.
The other way is to publish your book through Amazon for $2.99, and it will turn your text into speech, click here.
There is also a website where you can copy and paste your work into the website. I'm unsure of how many words it will take at one time, but it's free and worth a shot, click here.
No, it's an Android tablet, it can install all sorts of apps. That means that multiple Kindles can do the same thing. The only real difference is how books are displayed, the features that come with the Kindle out of the box, the size, and the amount of storage. Have you tried the second suggestion? I think that is what you are looking for.
Yes, I usually take Sundays off, I work the rest of the days. My third suggestion is a way to turn text into speech, have you tried that? It doesn't publish your book, it simply turns text into speech. http://text-to-speech.imtranslator.net/
Hmm, I just tried pasting a chapter, and it limited to 1,000 characters. Other than that it works great. The first suggestion Audacity, download that app, and follow the instructions. It may be more what you are looking for.
First, click here and get the app. The app is the directions on how to use Audacity. Then, download Audacity from www.audacity.sourceforge.net to get the program and start using it.
Oops, click here for the app.
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