The Midwest Book Review reviewed the audiobook I recorded, Olivia Turner’s Amazing Amazon Adventure, written by the extremely talented William Graham.

Here’s the review:

“Stephanie Quinn’s youthful, enthusiastic voice is the perfect match for narrating Olivia Turner’s Amazing Amazon Adventure, a vibrant story set in Ecuador that captures the culture and atmosphere of the Amazon jungle.

14-year-old Olivia Turner has dreamed about the Amazon even while at home in Vermont because she and her Spanish language class are slated to visit the jungle in an upcoming field trip which she’s been looking forward to for months. She’s lucky to be part of a small group of five students slated for a once-in-a-lifetime journey that seems perfect, given her determination to excel in everything she does. Little does she know that her trip will be even more adventurous than she anticipates.

After a grueling, long plane trip and a harrowing bus ride, Olivia is at last in the Amazon jungle, where the dire warnings of a fisherman portends dangers Olivia and her group hadn’t expected.

Stephanie Quinn’s voice guides readers all the way, capturing Olivia’s excitement, the lower-voiced and firm admonitions of Paco (“The mosquitoes are your welcoming party…get used to them…it is their jungle; not yours…”), and the other people Olivia encounters as part of her group and in the course of her Amazon encounters.

As Olivia and her friends help build the first school in Ascension, they face a brutally hot sun, a river filled with harmful creatures large and small, the lure of playing hooky and breaking the rules to have fun, and the consequences of rash actions and spontaneous invitations.

Is the old man right? Are they facing dangers certain to harm them despite the watchful attention of Paco and other adults?

The Amazon environment comes to life in an engrossing combination of Stephanie Quinn’s vivid rendition and William Graham’s descriptions of high adventure rooted in a solid sense of place. This spirited, highly recommended audio story pairs action with realistic observations of the Amazon and its environmental and social challenges. It will thoroughly engross young readers seeking the vivid immediacy of an audio narrative paired with a heroine’s determination to survive against all odds as she faces a series of encounters with deadly, unforgiving jungle denizens.”

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I have a cute new teen romance audiobook up on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: Stage Kiss (Mountain Creek Drive Book 1), written by M.F. Lorson, published by Jennifer Costley.

Here’s the info:

Homecoming court nominee, Erin Armstrong, has it all… the best friends, the best boyfriend and lead in the school play. But when she catches her bestie and her boyfriend holding hands behind the porta-potty, her status as Rosemark High’s It girl takes a nosedive.

Determined to win the crown and earn back her social status, Erin enlists the help of quirky theatre kid, Peter Hunt. Together the two craft a plan to ensure Erin’s victory. That is, if the two can keep their growing attraction from sabotaging the project.

A throwback to the early 2000’s, Stage Kiss will have you longing for the days when being brave meant sending an AOL instant message to your crush. Back when Friday nights were made for football games and sleepovers with the friends you’d do anything for.

Get the first installment in the Mountain Creek Drive series today!

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I have an exciting new science-fiction for kids audiobook up on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: The Coming Future, written by Glenn D. Turner and Angel Torres, published by Clean Reads.

Here’s the info:

Living in a crystal city on a flat world, Aalok Collins is an ordinary boy living in an extraordinary place. But Aalok fears that he is a little too ordinary.

All Aalok cares about, besides playing domeball, and, much to his surprise, girls, is his final exam which will determine whether or not he can move on to the Academy next year, or whether he is forced into slavery or exile. But as he waits on nature to develop within him the powers, or anima that all in his clan possess, he is haunted by dreams of an imminent tragedy.

As he begins exploring the meaning of his dreams, Aalok encounters a plot to take control of an ancient artifact which could change the base of power in the city of Sherendot, and possibly throughout the ‘owr clan.

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Who Chains You, publisher of the adorable tale I recently recorded, The Kitty with the Itty-Bitty Tail (by Sandra Biersdorfer), interviewed me for their website here.

You’ll learn more about Who Chains You, me, and The Kitty with the Itty-Bitty Tail, and as a delightful bonus you’ll see a photo of my cat. (Come on… click over… I know you want to.)

The mission of Who Chains You is a noble one: amplifying the voices of animals through the empowerment of animal lovers, activists, and rescuers by publishing books that protect and elevate the status of animals in today’s society.

I’m not only thrilled to have narrated the book, but as an animal lover and rescuer myself, am honored to be a new part of the Who Chains You community.

Here’s a special prize just for you: A preview of The Kitty with the Itty-Bitty Tail audiobook. Enjoy!


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I have an amazing, thrilling new adventure of an audiobook up on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: Olivia Turner’s Amazing Amazon Adventure, written by the talented Mr. William Graham. It’s a wild ride!

Here’s the info:

Fourteen-year-old Olivia Turner faces the greatest challenge of her life in the Amazon rain forest. After becoming separated from her classmates on a school trip to Ecuador, Olivia finds herself lost in the jungle. She has to combat ants, mosquitoes, snakes and dangerous native tribes as she tries to escape. Olivia shows her relentless spirit and determination to survive in this tale that sizzles with heart-pounding action and adventure.

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I have an adorable new audiobook available on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: The Kitty with the Itty-Bitty Tail, written by Sandra Biersdorfer, published by Who Chains You Books.

Here’s the info:

“Look who’s coming down the hall! It’s Stubby Nubby, her tail so small!”

Most of us have experienced being made fun of or called names that hurt our feelings. Meet Ethel Kitty who doesn’t like being called names – like “Stubby Nubby” – just because she has a smaller tail than the other cats at school. Listen to this tale of tails as the new cat in town helps Ethel realize she is special despite her “shortcomings” and teaches her how to stand up to bullies.

In its third edition, author Sandra Biersdorfer adds playful song lyrics and talks about the real Ethel who inspired the tale. Perfect for ages seven and up, The Kitty with the Itty-Bitty Tail will delight listeners big and small, and fit flawlessly into school humane education and bullying programs.

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I have an awesome new sci-fi audiobook for teens up on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: True World Teen: Novella Book One, written by Ryan Armstrong, published by Interstellar YA Publishing.

Here’s the info:

At sixteen-years-old, Mia was your average True World Teen. She didn’t know THEY were coming for her. She didn’t want to believe her boyfriend, Harry, had turned her in to the Truth Tellers—the ones who found your greatest fear, and made it real. The only thing is, Mia’s greatest fear is Harry being hurt.

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Check out the hilarious Family Guy Mobile Game Christmas Event 2017… and listen for me as the voice of The Little Drummer Boy!

Images: Tinyco

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My character, Yuri, in a new awesome animated series I voice.

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Check me out as the voice of the most awesome Pillow Pet ever, RAINBOW UNICORN… visit Pillow Pets World to play the game today!

Image: Pillow Pets World

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