Several times on this blog I’ve written about my conviction that learning to write better also improves one’s voiceover work. But, it’s entirely possible that you don’t like to write, don’t have the time to write or just don’t want to write.
And why would you need or want to write anyway? Well, maybe you’re new to voiceover work and you need some scripts for building your demos? Or maybe you have the kind of business where you don’t just do voiceovers, but you’re also responsible to write and produce commercials for local radio or cable television? Or…?
Voices.com has a possible solution for you. It’s called The Voice Over Script Collection.
Now, in the interests of full disclosure, if you click through on that link and buy their collection of 50 professionally written scripts, I’m going to get a small commission from them. But, I’ve read through all of these scripts. They are in fact well written. They cover a wide range of styles, ages and approaches to copy. I think you’ll get your money’s worth, if you need commercial copy for your demo, or that you can adapt to your local retail store or service.