The origin of my accent is Irish, with a versatility that allows for a range of character vocal styles, from sincere, mature, and nurturing, to fun, friendly, upbeat, and youthful.
Audiobook narration and production allows me to combine my training as actor, and twenty-year career as a professional actress, with my past career as a teacher of young children, and my nerdy curiosity for learning 'all things audio'.
With a particular love for narrating children's books, middle grade, teen, and young adult fiction, I feel I am in line with my vision of one day seeing an audiobook alongside every child's book.
The benefits of audiobooks for children with reading challenges such as ADHD, ADD, and Dyslexia, can never be underestimated.
There is of course also the added benefit for me, in that I have licence to use all my silly character voices.
Accents and Dialects
Generic Accents are stereotypical or slightly over-the-top accents where regional accuracy is less important than interesting characterisation. Often used in settings not based in reality, eg, Dystopian, Futuristic, Virtual Reality, Alien, Fantasy, Children’s Literature.
Accent/Language Help for Other Narrators
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