L.M. Montgomery, beloved author of Anne of Green Gables, was also a prolific writer of short stories. From 1901-1922, the Canadian authors penned dozens of short stories now available in the public domain, and most have previously had no audiobook version produced. Now, Voices of Today, through Publisher/Distributor Spoken Realms, is bringing these classic tales to audio. It was my pleasure to narrate these sweet, funny and heartfelt stories. These are in post production with an expected release date late of late January/early February.
Talk about topical! Vibrance Press asked me to narrate the audiobook version of this incredible work by Dr. Doreen Dodgen-Magee on Balancing Life and Technology in A Digital World. Instead of demonizing tech, Dodgen-Magee talks about what we can modify, and how we can actually use technology to help us live fuller more Embodied Lives. The book highlights the brain changes resulting from excessive technology use, but it offers a practical approach to the digital world that enables lasting change and a healthier long-term perspective. EVERYONE NEEDS TO LISTEN TO THIS BOOK.
Great Audiobook Review for Clutch by Lisa Becker. “Suzanne Barbetta’s performance is simply wonderful. Her character voices for Caroline and Aunt Mimi are memorable. Her pacing and narration flow smoothly and keep the listener’s attention on the story. While there is some graphic language, with Barbetta’s skillful narration it is a natural outgrowth of the characters. It would be a pleasure to listen to her narrate other stories and discover the depths of her talent as a narrator. 5/5 STARS –
I was so pleased to narrate classics written by Frank Baum (A Kidnapped Santa Claus) and Washington Irving (Christmas Eve). This recording’s proceeds will benefit Heifer International.
Thrilled to announce that the Audiobook for Clutch: A Novel written by Lisa Becker ( and narrated by yours truly), is in the Final round in the Contemporary Romance category of the #sultrylistnersawards! Voting begins August 16th and ends at midnight on August 19th.