Introduction to T. A.

Category : Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Engaging
Performance Notes
This introduction includes a few different styles and accents including adult males and females and young adults in a variety of styles. Perhaps most important is that it includes a statement of production philosophy at the end that would be helpful to rights holders.

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 (see below), I have done narration or personal productions 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. I'm interested in narrating both fiction and non-fiction. My voice can go pretty low and I can get up pretty high. I'm excited about bringing authors' 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.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. PLEASE NOTE: I will not narrate a work with tons of grammatical errors. The author of the first book I narrated understood that a collaborative process was necessary to produce the best result and we worked well. I requested a cancellation of my last contract because the author (or rights holder) didn't grasp that.I now realize that I need to see the manuscript before agreeing to produce the book (has to be a clean manuscript or you need to be willing to work with me to get it cleaned up). If you are willing to work together to bring the listener the best possible experience, then let's do this!
The Last Love Letter by Felix Alexander, several chapters of The Traveler from Altruria by William Dean Howells

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