Letters to the Damned is available on Amazon and iTunes! Check out this supernatural thriller set in Northern England. https://www.amazon.com/Letters-to-the-Damned/dp/B07FKXTSGW
Two new audio books that I produced are now available on Amazon and iTunes! Check out the creature feature, Into the Mist, and the Western gun slinging adventure, Anthrax.
One part environmental ethics, another part dinosaurs in space: check out Recon Elite!
My latest narration for Beacon Audiobooks and Black Rose Writing is available on Amazon and iTunes! Kind Nepenthe is a thriller about drug dealers, junkies, and ghosts run amok. Check it out!
On of my recent narrations for Beacon Audiobooks, Emma and Adam, is available on Audible and iTunes! This is a story about the months following a tragic accident that kills a New York man’s wife and child. I enjoyed the characters and plot. Check it out!
After listening to hours of audio books and building my studio, I find it is possible to worry too much about audio quality. The noise floor in your studio only has to be good enough. Because the broadcast medium or network connection that sends your work to consumers will almost certainly be noisier than yourContinue reading “Where it counts most”
I just finished narrating Emma and Adam, by Jason Huza. This story has a great plot. Look for the audio book soon, or read it now!
I’m taking a break from ghost stories and thrillers to narrate a drama. I’ll share more details as production continues. In the meantime, keep your eyes out for Recon Elite, written by Viktor Zarkhov, and narrated by me. It’s a fun sci-fi story that asks interesting ethical and ecological questions about humanity. It should beContinue reading “New drama in production!”
If you like monster movies and war stories, check out Vietnam Black. It’s out now!
The recording booth is done, and it sounds great! I’ll do a longer post about the details of building this booth, but I think building a booth is a great option for handy voiceover artists. My booth cuts out the ambient sounds and room acoustics that previously dogged my recordings, and it allows me toContinue reading “Recording Booth: Done!”