A New 5 Min Combo Sample

Category : Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Versatile
Performance Notes
Actually contains 4 one-minute clips featuring several accents, male-female dialogue, mythic creatures, and some comedic timing. Looking for one fiction sample to save you some time, this is the one.

8 min Combo Sample

Category : Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Articulate
Performance Notes
This sample contains everything in 8 min--Fiction/Nonfiction, characters, genders, animals, accents, and so on. Listen to this one first, and you get most everything else. (Ignore age, accent, style descriptions. They're required by ACX to post)

Trans-Generational Trauma

Category : Science & Technology
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Professorial
Performance Notes
From Thomas Hodge's work which I produced/narrated. This non-fiction academic piece demonstrates master of cumbersome syntax and technical language.

The Potus Papers

Category : Mysteries & Thrillers
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Storyteller
Performance Notes
From Bryan Mooney's political thriller which I produced/narrated. Features a Tom Clancy-esque dramatic style. Smooth narration with multiple characters (one with a mild eastern European).

Coffin Light Character Sample

Category : Mysteries & Thrillers
Language : English
Gender : Male,Female
Accent : Hispanic
Vocal Style : Brooding
Performance Notes
From Douglas K. Pearson's "Coffin Light." A book about race conflict on the West Michigan coastline between Caucasian locals and "migrant" Mexican agricultural laborers. Features white teen Eric, who has a "forbidden" thing for Hispanic Samantha. Features a gentle female Spanish accent AND a number of lines in Spanish. I cannot speak Spanish (French, German, and Russian, but not Spanish), but this offers a glimpse at how I seek language authenticity. NOTE: Book deals with the harsh realities of racism and contains disturbing and offensive language to make its point.

Coffin Light Log Entry

Category : Mysteries & Thrillers
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : Hispanic
Vocal Style : Husky
Performance Notes
From Douglas K. Pearson's "Coffin Light." A book about race conflict on the West Michigan coastline between Caucasian locals and "migrant" Mexican agricultural laborers. Each chapter opens with a "Log entry" (ie diary) by the "off stage" protagonist, an elder weather-beaten Hispanic sailor, who gradually reveals the backstory. Featuring an older "basso-profundo" and gentle Spanish accent. Short Clip.

Flight of the SkyCricket

Category : Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language : English
Gender : Male,Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Versatile
Performance Notes
From "Flight of the SkyCricket" by Gordon Greenhill. A long clip (chapter and a half), but features multiple characters on screen, diverse ages, genders, and ethnicities all together--the barrel-chested Professor Lambient, the lightly Irish Knight Dashonae, and several of the Azhwana (Afrikaans). And a good courtroom drama besides.

The Black Centaur

Category : Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language : English
Gender : Male
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Engaging
Performance Notes
A cutting from The Black Centaur by Gordon Greenhill himself. Also features a Welch accent and "animal characterization."

Having earned a degree in theatre and communication in his youth, Dr. Greenhill went on to earn a Ph.D. in "moldy old dead European men." He spent 15 years lecturing at university and conference speaking and is not afraid of nonfiction, technical vocabulary, specialized languages, and research. He's carved out a bit of a niche in theological and academic nonfiction, but his first love has always been fiction (mythology, sci-fi, fantasy, and a good bildungsroman). A youth fantasy fiction author himself, he understands the creative process of developing characters you love, hate, and love to hate, as well as the rhythm of a narrative arc and the metanarrative of a story. Give him interesting characters and a good "rising action > climax > denouement" and you'll be pleased with his artful approach to characters, voices, and comic timing. A father of four kids, who like his reading of Harry Potter better than Jim Dale's... but they may be prejudiced.
Audiobook Production/Narration Credits Fiction • Gordon Greenhill, Flight of the SkyCricket, 2019-Forthcoming (producer/narrator) • Mike Sauve, I Ain’t Got No Home In This World Anymore, 2018 (producer/narrator for Montag Press) • Ray Decker, Finding Autumn, 2018 (producer/narrator) • Lewis, C. S., Spirits in Bondage, 2018 (producer/narrator for Greenhill Books & Audio) • Mike Sauve, The Wraith of Skrellman, 2016 (producer/narrator for Montag Press) • Craig Lancaster, This is What I Want, 2015 (narrator with Brilliance Audio) • William Lashner, Guaranteed Heroes, 2015 (narrator with Brilliance Audio) • B. C. Tweedt, Greyson Grey: Camp Legend, 2015 (producer/narrator) • Bryan Mooney, The POTUS Papers, 2014 (producer/narrator) • Douglas K. Pierson, Coffin Light, 2013 (narrator with Sozo Media) NonFiction • Thomas Winterbottom, The Nature of Injustice, 2019-Forthcoming (producer/narrator) • Jon Haws, The New Nurse Survival Guide, 2018 (producer/narrator for NRSNG) • Michael S. Heiser, Angels, 2018 (producer/narrator for Lexham Press) • Abbey Beathan, Summary: The Coaching Habit. (producer/narrator under the name Ben Contritus) • Jeffrey Burton Russell, The Prince of Darkness, 2017 (producer/narrator for University Press Audiobooks) • St. Augustine, The Confessions, 2017 (producer/narrator for Lexham Press) • Jeffrey W. Robbins, Radical Theology, 2017 (producer/narrator for University Press Audiobooks) • Robert A. Markus, Christianity and the Secular, 2017 (producer/narrator for University Press Audiobooks) • George E. Demacopoulos, Gregory the Great, 2017 (producer/narrator for University Press Audiobooks) • John Bunyan, The Pilgrim’s Progress, 2016 (producer/narrator for Lexham Press) • G. K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy, 2016 (producer/narrator for Lexham Press) • Charles Spurgeon, All of Grace, 2016 (producer/narrator for Lexham Press) • Thomas a Kempis, The Imitation of Grace, 2016 (producer/narrator for Lexham Press) • Thomas Hodge, Beaten Down, 2016 (producer/narrator) • Romano Guardini, The Lord, 2016, (producer/narrator for Regnery Publishing) • St. Athanasius, On the Incarnation, 2015 (producer/narrator for Lexham Press) • John Kelly, Never Surrender, 2015 (narrator with Brilliance Audio) • Michael S. Heiser, The Unseen Realm, 2015 (producer/narrator for Lexham Press) • Michael S. Heiser, Supernatural, 2015 (producer/narrator for Lexham Press) • Charles River Editors, The Ten Lost Tribes, 2015 (producer/narrator) • Thomas Hodge, Transgenerational Trauma: Passing It On, 2014 (producer/narrator) • Thomas Hodge, The Hell with Taking Notes, 2014 (producer/narrator) • Complete list available upon request Stage Credits available upon request (only have 300 characters left here ;)
“Firstly I liked the narrator. A lot.”— Andrew, Audible Review of "The Prince of Darkness," 3/12/18 “The narrator was excellent! He obviously has a gift for pronouncing foreign languages, as well as being able to read well and in an interesting way — something difficult to do on such an academic work!”— Annie, Audible Review of "The Unseen Realm," 8/29/16 “The narrator, Gordon Greenhill, did such a fantastic job of putting us in an intimate class room scenario where only the subject matter was carefully being dismembered a bit at a time void of our surroundings.” — Mobie, Audible Review of "The Lord," 5/15/17 “The narrator did a fantastic job. He really captured the pathos of the characters and the sense of whimsy.” — Carey, Audible Review of "The Wraith of Skrellman," 1/4/17 "...I am always concerned that my work, when handed to someone else, will sound different than I envisioned it when writing the story. The words, the nuances and the characters I want to be perfect. Gordon was the narrator of my book, The Potus Papers and portrayed the story exactly as I would have done it myself. He was easy and attentive to work with and was always willing to listen to direction to help make the story even better. I recommend Gordon Greenhill to anyone who wants their special story to come out sounding 'special.'"-Bryan Mooney, Author of "The Potus Papers" “The narration by Mr Greenhill is first class and does justice to the book.” — Mike from Mesa, Audible Review of "Never Surrender," 12/27/15 "As a self-published author wading into the audio world, I had many questions and worries about the project, especially about the costliness and the quality of the narration. After choosing Gordon for my project, Greyson Gray: Camp Legend, I immediately knew I had made the right decision. Not only was his narration exemplary, but the manner in which he conducted himself put me at ease. He went out of his way to make sure he knew what I wanted, added a few extras to ensure the best production possible, and did so all in a timely and cost-effective manner." -B. C. Tweedt, Author of "Greyson Gray" “I'm very pleased with Gordon‘s work. Not only he was very proficient at narration but also he was a trustworthy person. You can rely on his word. Trustworthiness is a virtue that is very uncommon nowadays. I'm looking forward to working with him again.” -Adam Lusiak, Author of "Being a Slave" “The narrator did a good job in keeping a good flow and his voice was clear, fun, and made it easy to distinguish the different characters he was portraying, especially since there was more than two versions of the same character at times. Not once did he sound monotone or hard to listen to. ” — J, Audible Review of "I Ain't Got No Home in This World Anymore," 12/7/18 “Clear, concise, properly effectuated.” — Mobie, Audible Review of "The Unseen Realm," 6/4/16

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