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A LIFELONG LOVE OF READING

AUDIOBOOK NARRATION

I am an experienced narrator with more than 80 books complete in various genres, representing over 500 hours of audio.

It is my priority that the author or publisher (my client) is happy with my performance.  I take the responsibility of giving a book voice very seriously.

I’ve been an insatiable reader of books my whole life, and it is a near-magical dream come true for me to be able to read books for a living!

I’m always happy to give away “copies” of my audiobooks - just ask!

My ACX profile

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historical fiction

A beautiful young woman disappears in Elizabeth City and turns up apparently drowned. An intense court drama unfolds as the community seeks retribution at the cost of justice.

I love Nicholas Nicastro’s historical fiction, and this is a vivid and gritty true crime with many rich themes and lush writing, taking place in the rapid cultural changes of the century’s turn.

juvenile fiction

This is a delightful dual POV story of a little girl at her parents’ cottage whose current greatest ambition is to be allowed to canoe farther out on the lake, and the loon couple raising their loonlings on the same lake in their diverse wildlife community. At times, their stories intersect! Dramatic, sensitive, well-written, FUNNY, and realistic. This author knows her loons.

Memoir

An utterly shocking, horrific memoir from a man, now a doctor and counselor, whose childhood was filled with astonishing sexual abuse and constant violence.

Tremendously painful to read, and while it is breathtaking to absorb that the perpetrator got away with literal murder and more, what is most amazing is that the author survived and retained humanity.

IN THE BOOTH

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Winter Renshaw’s new release -

(Eeep! I’m excited to be voicing this!)



The words “For Lila, forever” adorned the front of the envelope in blue ink, the handwriting all too familiar. But it didn’t matter what it said. I didn’t have the heart to open it.

We couldn’t be together.

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