From Dean Howell's A Traveler from Altruria- Group Interaction

Category : Religion & Spirituality
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Male narrating a female part
Performance Notes
A group interaction including multiple men and one woman as well as the narrator

From Felix Alexander's Last Love Letter- Gabriel & Memo

Category : Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : Hispanic
Vocal Style : Enthusiastic/Excited
Performance Notes
Interaction between two male characters as they run after a vehicle

From Felix Alexander's Last Love Letter- Francisco, Juarez, Rosa

Category : Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : Hispanic
Vocal Style : Booming
Performance Notes
Two males and one female in dialogue along with narrator's voice

From Felix Alexander's Last Love Letter- Carlito & Francisco

Category : Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : Hispanic
Vocal Style : Enthusiastic/Excited
Performance Notes
An exchange between a young excited boy and police inspector Francisco Deleon

From Dean Howell's A Traveler from Altruria

Category : Religion & Spirituality
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Authoritative
Performance Notes
Multiple male voices in this sample

In addition to the first professional audiobook I've produced (awaiting rights holder approval), I have done personal productions for which I have done the narration and have sung on some of them. I have appeared on stage in a few theater productions, but I wouldn't insult actors by calling myself one. Westerns, sci-fi, sports, erotica, religion, thrillers (especially legal thrillers), there really is no imaginary realm into which I haven't dived. That is to say that fiction of all sorts are my thing and I seldom read non-fiction unless a friend of mine wants me to read or edit something, or someone recommends something that sounds interesting. My life partner (for some reason I'm not big on the term "wife" although she is my oh-so-sweet spouse) Stephanie and I engage in all sorts of esoteric topics despite the fact that she is German and English is her second language. Yeah, she's amazing! Oh, but this is supposed to be about me, right? Born in Trinidad & Tobago although people often tell me they would never have guessed and that I don't have an accent...until “Ah give dem de accent :).” Can you tell that I don't take myself too seriously? To avoid misconception, I do, in fact, take myself seriously...just not TOO seriously. I take everything seriously, even the joy of a good joke but, again, not too seriously. My voice can go pretty low and I can get up pretty high. Not like Philip Bailey high but high enough to do Reasons fairly convincingly. I'm excited about bringing some talented author's (and the not so talented as well) work to life with my voice the way some narrators (like Gerard Doyle's work with Adrian McKinty's creations or John Lee with Peter F. Hamilton's work) have done for me. Wow! I would almost listen to a bad book that Doyle read simply because of his superb skills. I've read aloud pieces I've written and have been pleased from time to time. Come to think of it so have some others been. As a former business owner, I know what it means to get done what needs to get done when it needs to get done. My objective is to push the listeners' auditory, cognitive and emotional buttons with the author's voice and the voices of her/his characters. Let's do this!
I should have my first professional credit within days, but you can hear one of my narration voices by visiting my YouTube link below

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