University of South Carolina Features Me in Article

bya Gabrielle at 5:17 PM

Ok, so I still haven’t received my first acceptance letter, but something just as cool happened, and I wanted to share it with everyone! Last week I was contacted by Chris Horn at USC.  He was interested in doing a story on audiobook narration. Since I now have three titles under my belt and I happened to graduate from USC, I was the perfect person to go to.

Gabrielle at Mic


I guess he found me interesting enough because he posted the story for all the world to see.  It’s exciting stuff.  You can read the article in its entirety here.  Doing this interview has really made me miss my long days in the studio.  I want to get back to recording very badly.  My friend, Shaun McCoy, has so many more stories for me to record! He just won’t quit writing.  :) So maybe while I wait for more rejection letters or gasp, acceptance letters, maybe that’s what I can do – record. If only Ash would let me.  Being a stay-at-home mom makes narrating a book especially difficult.


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Hello, Audiobook World!

bya Gabrielle at 2:17 PM

Okay, so it’s not news about “Jenny Kissed Me” or “Jenny of Lebanon”, but it is news, and it’s good news.

I recently auditioned for an audiobook through ACX, my very first one actually, and I just got word back from the author that she loved it and she wants to work with me.

I was so happy that I got up and did a jig.

I don’t want to say what the book is yet because I have to record the first 15 minutes and it has to be approved before the offer is completely in stone.

As soon as it is ready for purchase, I’ll be the first to let you know.

Now, if only someone will buy one of my short stories, I’ll be as content as a cat in cat nip heaven.

Waiting is sooooo painful!


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