Young Adult with Dialogue

Category : Teens
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Female narrating a male part
Performance Notes
Can Bea and her friends climb up the social ladder at school? Do they even want to?

Cozy Mystery with Dialogue

Category : Mysteries & Thrillers
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Enthusiastic/Excited
Performance Notes
Can Kitty convince Stan and Charlotte that herbal medicine is legit?

Non Fiction Science

Category : Science & Technology
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Authoritative
Performance Notes
Might there be another dimension that we have never know about?

Contemporary Romance with M/F Dialogue

Category : Romance
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Brooding
Performance Notes
Can BB break through Ken's icy exterior?

Youth Fiction w/ Spanish

Category : Kids
Language : Spanish
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Child-like
Performance Notes
Is Sofia ready to handle washing the car by herself?

Stacy is a trained actor. She spent a decade doing professional theater, and then moved into the world of voice acting. She is ready to bring life to any author's work. She has great comic timing, clear pronunciation, and she isn't afraid of big characters. She has worked with BrillianceAudio, Scholastic, DreamScapeMedia and others. Praise for We Were Mothers AudioFile Magazine, November 2018 "This audiobook engages the listener right away--first, with the characters' points of view and then with the secrets that are introduced and the questions raised. Gonzalez does an excellent job of voicing each narrator, changing her tone and mood accordingly and maintaining a superb pace"
Fiction-- We Were Mothers by Katie Sise -- BrillianceAudio Apollo Is Mine (Gods and Monsters, Book 1) by Mila Young -- Spectrum Poseidon Is Mine (Gods and Monsters, Book 2) by Mila Young -- Spectrum Seventeen by Booth Tarkington -- Spoken Realms The Charm Runner (Broken Throne Series, Book 1) by Jamie Davis -- Findaway Prophecy's Child (Broken Throne Series, Book 2) by Jamie Davis -- Findaway Accidental Duelist by Jamie Davis and C.J. Davis -- Findaway Accidental Raider by Jamie Davis and C.J. Davis -- Findaway Accidental Dragoon by Jamie Davis and C.J. Davis -- Findaway Witches of the Wood-A Cozy Witch Mystery by Skylar Finn Beyond the Gates (The Starborn Redemption Book 1) by Jason D. Morrow Prison of Solitude (The Starborn Redemption Book 2) by Jason D. Morrow Tormented Souls by Autumn Winchester Where Hope Lies by Hope Alcocer Single and Looking: Daisy (Secret Lives of Sisters) by Belinda Austin Hidden Star by Corinne Joy Brown Non-Fiction-- The Change Maker’s Playbook by Amy J Radin -- BrillianceAudio The Lightworker's Guide to the Astral Realm by Savhannah Arienta -- Dreamscape The Joy of Minimalism by Zoey Arielle Poulson -- Dreamscape Project Myopia: Why projects damage software #NoProjects by Allan Kelly A Little Book about Requirements and User Stories: Heuristics for Requirements in an Agile World by Allan Kelly 30 Things Before 30 by Hope Alcocer Childrens-- Zip Zoom On A Broom by Teri Sloat and Rosalinde Bonnet -- Scholastic You're Toast by Rachel Ellyn Stacy is also credited under a pseudonym for her spicier audiobook work. Please contact her directly for a list of those credits.
Praise for Seventeen AudioFile Magazine, May 2019 "Stacy Gonzalez superbly re-creates life in an unnamed Midwestern town just before WWI. At the center are 17-year-old William "Willie" Baxter and his bratty, ever-present kid sister, Jane. Their tranquil summer changes when baby-talking, impressively portrayed Lola Pratt and her doglet, Flopit, arrive for a prolonged visit. Gonzalez is an excellent storyteller as Willie and his buddies go "wild" over Lola. She also skillfully demonstrates the language patterns, family life, and propriety of the day. Listeners will be amused whenever Willie attempts to impress Miss Pratt as either her chatty servant, Genesis, and his dog, Clematis, are in the front yard or Jane is bellowing for him to come home. Gonzalez deftly renders the fanciful conclusion that enhances this masterful slice of Americana." Praise for We Were Mothers AudioFile Magazine, November 2018 "This audiobook engages the listener right away--first, with the characters' points of view and then with the secrets that are introduced and the questions raised. Gonzalez does an excellent job of voicing each narrator, changing her tone and mood accordingly and maintaining a superb pace....Gonzalez's performance is capable, making for an easy, distracting listen." Praise for Single And Looking InD'Tale Magazine, November 2018, Tricia Hill "Stacy Gonzalez shows off her talents with a range of voices and accents that keep the listener in stitches. In particular, she manages to distinctly vary each of Daisy's sisters' voices along with her mother and aunt. Her sense of timing is impeccable, and her pacing is spot on as she wrings out every drop of humor in the story. Ms. Gonzalez has a bright future as a professional narrator and would add to any book performance!" Praise for Accidental Champions Series (Accidental Duelist, Accidental Raider, Accidental Dragoon) Lead Casting Coordinator, Rinn Kraus, Autumn 2018, Findaway Blog "Our Casting Director's Favorite Audiobook Productions" "I think Stacy did a fantastic job of adding her own flair to this existing fantasy universe, and picking up where narration from the Accidental Traveller series left off. Her performance is clever and so much fun, shifting effortlessly between complex fight scenes to playful interpersonal dialogue, and high drama. She conveyed the sassy (and sometimes spoiled) main teenage character in a really endearing way that I didn’t expect, but definitely loved." Praise for Beyond the Gates Lomerial Audiobook Reviews Blog, May 20, 2019, Elena Alvarez Dosil "I enjoyed the raw narration by Stacy Gonzalez, and how she was able to transmit Skylar and Liam’s emotions. The book is written in first person, alternating POV from one to the other, and Stacy Gonzalez did a very good job differentiating voices and making us relate to the main characters. I think it was a powerful narration that brought home the horrors lived by Skylar, Liam, and the rest of the convicts."

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