A few years ago I posted a blog about audio book narration prep with some tips about working with authors. In years since I’ve learned a few more things which have both improved my...
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Being an effective audiobook narrator is tough. The intricacies of preparation, technical production, genre mastery, performance, and much more are what make attending Johnny Heller’s 3rd Annual Splendiferous Narrator Workshop so gosh-darn important.
I recently narrated Breaking Through Gridlock by Jason Jay and Gabriel Grant. This was an interesting one!
I have so many news, notes, and webinars to share with y’all that this blog will be nothing but!
Recently, I narrated the self-help audio book “Stop Guessing“. I genuinely enjoy every book I narrate (at least that’s my story and I’m sticking to it) but this one had some really intriguing, applicable...
Audio book #54, done!
I just narrated my 50th audio book. Yay!
What a weekend! I was honored to be an instructor at Johnny Heller’s Spendliferous Audiobook Retreat at the Whispering Pines Conference Center in West Greenwich, RI. This place was beyond beautiful.
The new “Suicide Squad” movie was bad. I loved it. To give you a bit of context, I’m a hard-core DC Comics fan. I have been since the day I bought Issue #5 of “Crisis...
The following blog entry is from an article I wrote for Edge Studio. Enjoy! I love audiobook narrators.