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 [...]
Audiobook readers don’t make journeys shorter, but they certainly make them more pleasurable. Flying and commuting to and fro from airports can be interesting if you do it once or twice a year, not when you do it 5 to 7 times every month. If you travel a lot and have somehow remained a stranger [...]