I narrate and produce audio books, specializing particularly in:
Children's Books | Personal Development Young Adult Fiction
Warm, sweet, and youthful tone
Musical Theatre background with
Comedic Children's Story
This fun recording from The Day the Crayons Came Home by Drew Daywalt, demonstrates a variety of character voices/accents. In this book, crayons with whimsical personalities have been lost, "mistreated," and scattered around the world and in the house of a boy named Duncan. They express how they feel through postcards. In addition to the narrator voice (American female)--voices of characters include an exuberant, dramatic female; a comedic male with somewhat of a New York accent; an upset male, straightforward tone; and a timid, cute, nasaly female voice.
Multi-character Children's Fantasy
Disney's The Nevergirls: A Dandelion Wish by Kiki Thorpe showcases a variety of character voices with a lot of back-and-forth dialogue, including: three pre-teenage girls and a little girl's voice; three fairies (Southern belle, British, and quirky nasal accents); male voice; and a cranky, old woman's voice.
Teenage Romantic Drama
The New Girl by Jillian Adams is a sweet, teenage romance novel. Excerpt includes a poetic male voice, a conversation between the main character and her best friend, as well as with her mother at the end.
Personal Development for Adults
Excerpt about striving to have a cheerful attitude, from On The Bright Side: Feeling Good When Things Seem Bad by Ed J. Pinegar and Richard J. Allen. Articulate, informative tone.