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Professional Voiceover Artist

audiobooks, e-learning, medical narration, broadcast
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Political Voice Overs

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Check out my Christmas audio books!

I’ve put all my Christmas audio books in one easy-to-peruse location here. From a romantic tales of Christmas in Scotland to nineteenth century England to contemporary romances with a Christmas theme.  Or a magical story about cousins who suddenly find themselves as tiny characters under the Christmas tree. Like dogs? I’ve got a Christmas story […]

Turning A Book Into an Audio Book: The Author’s View

I really enjoyed working with Mario Milosevic on the production of his novel Terrastina and Mazolli: A Novel in 99-Word Episodes. This was Mario’s first time through the process of turning one his novels into an audio book. Giving up some of the control over the characters can often be (understandably) difficult for authors. Rarely do […]

Two New Books, Two New Series

I’ve just finished up a couple of new audiobooks in what has turned out to be an incredibly busy Spring. Both have very interesting female protagonists and both gave my accent/dialect range a workout! Secrets of the Kill is Book 1 in the Chloe Mather series. Chloe is a tough ex-marine who is on the […]

Audiobooks as an industry, tool for literacy, and art form…

The Audio Publishers Association recently highlighted a story in the Salisbury (NC) Post about audiobooks and how they “provide a whole new dimension for reading”. Narrators can profoundly impact the way the listener perceives characters and plot. Take, for example, the Artemis Fowl children’s series, primarily narrated by Maxwell Caulfield. His ability to seamlessly transition […]

Noble Cause: A Sweeping Civil War Epic

Historical fiction is one of my favorite genres to both read and narrate and Noble Cause was no exception. “A riveting piece of historical fiction, by the Midwest Book Review and often compared to Gone with the Wind, Noble Cause takes readers across the rolling hills of Virginia in a page-turning tale of courage and […]

Dakota Blues

The summer I turned 12, my grandfather took my cousin and me on a motor home trip through Iowa, the Dakotas, and Canada. We had a great adventure and saw beautiful parts of Canada and the US we had never seen before: Riding Mountain National Park and Clear Lake in Manitoba, the Badlands, and Mount […]

No, it’s not tax time yet….

…but it’s never too early to be prepared. If you’re interested in a)preventing problems with your taxes or b) figuring out how to get out of any sized mess you might be in with the IRS, you’ll find a lot of interesting information in “End the Tax Nightmare”, by Corey W. Hankerson. I have free […]