I love theater and performing. I was in radio for a number of years, so the two gave me a love of telling a story. And always, always, always – the story is the thing!
In addition to long-form e-learning projects that were both textbook and classroom based, I have narrated one fiction and two non-fiction audiobook titles. My first was a really entertaining financial book for new college graduates (Financial Mistakes of New College Grads by Joe Templin).
In this digital age, will e-books replace traditional printed books, will the benefits of e-readers such as the Kindle, Kobo and others win over hardcore traditional book fans?
What inspired you get into narration? Well, that’s an interesting question. I’d been working as a voice talent since 2007 -doing some regional radio and theatre commercials; internet series announcer and some voice dubbing. I moved to California and was taking a voiceover marketing class with Tori Hartman in Los Angeles.
I was initially inspired by being such a voracious reader from the day I learned how letters become words become stories. The magic of entering another world then became something I was excited to share with my four children and then my grandchildren. So becoming a narrator was a natural evolution.
Want to buy new audio books, but are not sure which new releases will suit your taste? Here’s a brief review of the top 5 new audio books to help you choose the most appropriate new additions for your collection. 1. Jacked Up: Fast Track Series, Book 6 By: Erin McCarthy Publisher: Tantor Audio Narrated [...]