• Amy McFadden
  • Amy McFadden has narrated over 300 titles in many different genres, with a focus on Comedic Fiction/Romances and not-super-violent Thrillers
  • Gender: Female
  • Location: MI, United States
  • Website: www.amymcfadden.com
  • Available for: $200-$400 PFH

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Tattoos and Tatas

Category : Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-Mid-West
Vocal Style : Comedic/great comic timing
Performance Notes
First person: sarcastic but warm and funny

Junior Arsonists Club (Wry Comedy)

Category : Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Straightforward
Performance Notes
First person narrative-wry- of an adoptive mother of an aspiring arsonist. It's funny.

Irises

Category : Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-Southern
Vocal Style : Female narrating a male part
Performance Notes
Kate and her minister father have a discussion about why she's been distracted since the death of her mother.

Sanctum

Category : Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : German
Vocal Style : Persuasive
Performance Notes
Lela and Malachi are in Rhode Island after fighting for their lives (and other people's) in Hell. This is his first time on earth in decades. Lela is trying to guide him through the 21st Century. It's tense and sweet-he's used to taking care of her, not being vulnerable.

If You Could See What I See

Category : Comedy
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Comedic/great comic timing
Performance Notes
This is a cute scene from a romance between a 20-something woman and a 20-something man. She's trying really hard not to fall for him. He's not quite sure what to make of her...

White Trash (Suburban Ninja)

Category : Fiction
Language : English
Gender : Female
Accent : American-General American
Vocal Style : Engaging
Performance Notes
This is narration-no character voices. Funny little fantasized plot to exact revenge on a neighbor. We've all been there, right?

Amy is a multiple Earphones award winner, and an Audie Award finalist in Literary Fiction, Comedy, Mystery/Thriller, and Audie Winner in the Short Stories genre. Amy has been praised for capturing the emotional truth of her characters, and is proficient in multiple accents and regional US dialects. She has a degree in Theater from St.Mary's College, Notre Dame and has significant post-graduate training in acting, voice, characterization, improvisation and movement. Well, you probably don't care about the movement for an audiobook, but still.
Amy has narrated over 300 titles. For a pretty complete listing of credits, follow this link to Amy's books on Audible: http://www.audible.com/search/ref=a_errorpage_tseftadvsearchKeywords=amy+mcfadden&filterby=field-keywords&x=0&y=0 That way you can listen to samples of books that seem similar to yours, and see if she's a good fit. If your book is Young Adult, Comedic Romance, or something serious with a jaded female lead, she probably is. But check anyway, because if she sounds like your 3rd grade teacher you hated, you really shouldn't hire her. Favorites to check out while you're there: Dead Spots, Hunter's Trail and Trail of Dead by Melissa F. Olsen Sanctum, Fractured and Chaos by Sarah Fine The Darkest Minds, Never Fade and In The Afterlight by Alexandra Bracken Shame on You, Shame on Me and Shame on Him by Tara Sivec Moonlight Palace by Liz Rosenberg I Will Hold My Death Close by Stant Litore
2017 Audie Award Finalist in Short Story/OriginalWork 2016 Audie Award Winner in Short Story category 2014 Audie Award Finalist in Literary Fiction (I was up against Meryl Streep. I didn't win. -Amy) 2016 Audie Award Finalist in Comedy and Mystery/Thriller Multiple Earphones Award Winner AUDIOFILE REVIEW: Jincy Willett's Amy Falls Down Amy McFadden taps her outstanding comedic talent to become Amy Gallup, a 62-year-old novelist and writing instructor from California whose trip and fall while trying to plant a Norfolk pine results in one calamitous and transformative event after another. McFadden performs Willett's witty satire with humor and irony. Yet she's savvy enough to emphasize the tender over the sardonic. Events after Gallup's fall and mild concussion conspire to forge amazing adventures and life changes-from the ridiculous to the profound. The before and after become a plausible dichotomy that both author and performer achieve beautifully. AUDIOFILE REVIEW: Debbie Macomber's Love In Plain Sight Narrator Amy McFadden provides the perfect blend of romantic tension and humor in these two stories of love blooming in the workplace. McFadden captures the high-energy charm of Joshua's 10-year-old daughter as well as Bethany's conflict between nurturing the girl and remaining emotionally uninvolved with her boss. McFadden's animated voice and smooth transitions between characters' voices make for an enticing listening experience. TWITTER REVIEW: Tara Sivec's Shame on Him AmyMcNarrator knocked it out of the park. NO surprise! AUDIOFILE REVIEW: Michelle Scott's Silent Harmony Amy McFadden's superb narration propels the listener into the high-stakes world of professional horseback-riding competition. McFadden's diversity of snooty accents for the school's wealthy students is impressive. Her depiction of the close bond between Vivienne and the horses is perfectly paced. This emotionally charged production will touch listeners' hearts. JTFrazier REVIEW: Charlie Holmberg's The Glass Magician Amy McFadden‘s excellent narration added to the overall joy of reading the book. I thought her Ceony spot-on, Emery's great as always and she did a nice bit with the gruffness of Grath. Saraj's accent was nicely done as well. Her narration is consistent within itself and the character. I'm delighted with her narration and hope she continues with the series. AUDIOFILE REVIEW: Elizabeth George's The Edge of Nowhere McFadden seamlessly combines paranormal events with the adolescent crises of a teen who finds herself on her own. McFadden skillfully portrays the troubled Becca and the voices that haunt her. McFadden also creates strong portraits of secondary characters such as Debbie's ebullient grandchildren. TWITTER REVIEW: Melissa F. Olsen's Dead Spots "I'm listening to Dead Spots. I love the narrator and found the book by searching for books she has done...

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