• Kelly Pruner
  • Narrator
  • Engaging, colorful and inviting
  • Gender:
  • Location: CA, United States
  • Website: www.kellypruner.com
  • Available for: Royalty Share,Royalty Share Plus or $200-$400 PFH
The Inner Goddess Revolution

Category : Nonfiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Warm
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Dying for Assisted Living

Category : Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Straightforward
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Troublesome teen and strange old lady make an unexpected connection

Broken Blood - Book 5 of the Dirty Blood Series by Heather Hildenbrand

Category : Teens
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Female narrating a male part
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There is a war brewing between the werewolves and the hunters. Tara and her friends do their best to find peace between the two races before it's too late.

Eliminating Bad Habits: How to Get Rid of Those Bad Habits and Live a Fuller, Better Life

Category : Nonfiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Informed
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Kelly loves to read (take a book away from her at your peril) which led to her creating her first audiobook at the age of 10; when her father asked her to record his textbook for him so he could listen to it in the car. Getting her theater degree from the University of Southern California (fight on!) led her to study and perform in LA, NYC and London, gracing the stage in both musicals and straight plays, as well as film and TV. When not acting or recording she is probably cooking or crafting. Or both.
Recent books: A Big Dose of Lucky, Bleeding Hearts Series, Dirty Blood Series
A BIG DOSE OF LUCKY Marthe Jocelyn, Read by Kelly Pruner • Unabridged • MARCH 2016 Orca Audio • Trade Ed. Part of the high-interest series Secrets, this audiobook includes support for reluctant readers through narrator Kelly Pruner's clear diction, easy pacing, and decidedly conversational tone. In Canada, 1964, 16-year-old Malou lives in an orphanage. When a fire destroys it, she receives a single clue about her parentage and sets off on her own. The clue brings her to a town with an unusually large number of children of color-a town full of secrets. Mature topics are introduced but handled age-appropriately. Besides delivering the occasional Canadian "eh?", Pruner doesn't attempt to effect Canadian, First Nation, or African–American accents or manners of speech. Listeners will feel Malou could be any contemporary friend. L.T. © AudioFile 2016