Voice Over Emergency!

Props to client Steve French!

Go ahead! Look up "trouper" in the dictionary! Today, there is likely a picture of Steve French. Steve's wife went into early labor last night (Wednesday) and he went into action: rather than jeopardize his 10 AM booking today, he got on the phone with the producers at 11 PM and recorded the entire piece on his home recording gear, emailing the hi-res files to the agency at midnight! As of this writing (10 AM on Thursday), Steve and his wife are still waiting for the contractions to hit the right rhythms, packed and ready to head to the hospital...but the job, which ships tomorrow morning, is safely tucked away "in the can". Kudos to him and thanks to the Hogarth/J.Walter Thompson team who swung into action!

Great Review Of Forsaken Audiobook!!

Congratulations to Christina Delaine for this wonderful audiobook review!!

FORSAKEN Shadow Cove

Saga, Book 1

by J.D. Barker | Read by

Christina Delaine

Horror • 10 hrs. • Unabridged • © 2014

Listeners will feel the horror of this story exponentially through the skillful delivery of Christina Delaine. She proves a great choice for this series, which follows Thad McAlister and his family as his writing, and his wife's previously sworn oaths, send them into a dark and dangerous world where fiction and reality overlap. Delaine's flexible voice has can even shift from high-pitched to deep voices within conversation. But it's her narrative voice that proves most seductive as she maintains a low, languid delivery that is entrancing. Beyond this, she provides consistent and strong voices for the lead characters and delivers all her lines with the right amount of emphasis and timing. L.E. © AudioFile 2015, Portland, Maine [Published: APRIL 2015]

Great review of BEEKLE audiobook!!


Congrats to Richmond Hoxie for this wonderful review!!


Dan Santat, Read by Richmond Hoxie • Unabridged • APRIL 2015
Hachette Audio • Trade Ed.

Narrator Richmond Hoxie makes this delightful 2015 Caldecott Medal winner an exuberant experience for listeners of all ages. Hoxie splendidly conveys Beekle's sorrow as he waits and waits to make a friend. Then Hoxie's delivery becomes hopeful as Beekle decides to sail through unknown waters and find a friend all by himself. Suddenly, all is glorious when a sweet girl's voice says "hello" and the new friends laugh--differently but both wonderfully. The girl joyfully proclaims herself to be Alice and then calls him Beekle. The world feels less strange as they share snacks, tell jokes, and do the unimaginable. The words "The End" come at the perfect time for young listeners to imagine such delights for themselves. S.G.B. © AudioFile 2015, Portland, Maine