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 adorably-fun new audiobook up on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: Miniature Fairy Gardening 2.0: A Quick Step-by-Step Guide on How to Make Your Own Fun Miniature Fairy Gardens (written by Casey Anderson, published by HowExpert Press). Here’s the info:

Have you ever seen those adorable containers with the tiny houses, small plants, and little fairy creatures? Those are called fairy gardens! They are super fun to make! If you liked the idea and look of them but always felt like it was too complicated or creative for you to do yourself, then you should listen to this audiobook. It’s a handy guide to get yourself in the mindset for fairy gardening that’s also full of tips about how to create them! You don’t have to be super artsy, crafty, or have a green thumb to make a fairy garden! The most important quality to have is imagination and a desire for fun!

You will learn and be able to:

  • Some of the best places to buy/find fairy garden items
  • Imagination stimulation
  • Popular plants for fairy gardens
  • Ideas and materials for creating your own pieces
  • Step-by-step instructions for making certain fairy items
  • How to turn everyday objects into magical fairy pieces
  • Tips for choosing pots and locations
  • Layout out ideas
  • Show off your new fairy garden
  • And much more!
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Why does daydreaming get such a bad rap?

You’re daydreaming, developing a simple method for time travel and solving all the mysteries of the world. Then all of a sudden, people start calling you names like “space cadet” and “slacker,” and saying daydreaming is a total waste of time.

“Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night.”
Edgar Allan Poe, Eleonora
I don’t understand why these people think that, so I’m writing this post today in defense of daydreaming. It’s NOT a waste of time. I think it’s a brilliant use of time.

“Everything starts as somebody’s daydream.”
Larry Niven
When you’re daydreaming, your brain stops focusing on what you’re doing. Your mind wanders. It gives your brain a chance to throw ideas at you to see what sticks. Maybe it’s ideas for resolving a problem you’re having in life… or ideas for an awesome story.

“A daydream is a meal at which images are eaten. Some of us are gourmets, some gourmands, and a good many take their images precooked out of a can and swallow them down whole, absent-mindedly and with little relish.”
W.H. Auden
Most of my best ideas have come from daydreaming, but it isn’t just for people seeking inspiration. It’s for everyone!

“You get ideas from daydreaming. You get ideas from being bored. You get ideas all the time. The only difference between writers and other people is we notice when we’re doing it.”
Neil Gaiman
So my advice is to ignore that “space cadet” and “slacker” name-calling and get to daydreaming!

“All men dream: but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake up in the day to find it was vanity, but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dreams with open eyes, to make it possible.”T.E. Lawrence, Seven Pillars of Wisdom
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How do you read the date 01/20/2018 aloud?

Did you read it as one, twenty, twenty-eighteen


Did you read it as January 20th, twenty-eighteen?

How about January 20th, two-thousand and eighteen?

Zero one, two zero, two zero one eight?

Or one, twenty, two-thousand eighteen?

To get the date read exactly how you want it in your voice over recording, write how you’d like it said in your script. That way you’ll never have to worry about needing a re-record simply because your voice over actor didn’t say the date the way you prefer.

More script tips later!

Image Source: Condenser Mic

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I have a new children’s audiobook available on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: The Seven-Foot-Tall Booger Monster, written by Sarah L. Bowman.

Here’s the info:

Isabella Blankenship’s sixth-grade year is off to a bad start. She is facing a butt-kicking after class from what happened on the school bus. Her teacher is rather odd and also stands seven feet tall. Her shoes are soaked, and she has to eat lunch with her teacher. This day just keeps getting better and better.

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I have a new children’s audiobook available on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: A Simper Time, written by Laura W. Eckroat, published by Crescent Renewal.

Here’s the info:

Oversaturated with the latest video game and phone apps, does anyone slow down to remember a simpler time?

Join A. J. as she discovers a summer of fun with her mom. The phones stay home while mother and daughter go on simple adventures – discovering four-leaf clovers, animals in the clouds, and lightning bugs in a starlit sky. A Simpler Time is an exceptional tale to share with children age seven through the preteenage years and will inspire you, too, to find some simpler moments during your next family gathering.


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I have a new audiobook of a fairy tale that really is a fairy tale up on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: Danwe of the Vase, written by the talented Dale Stubbart.

Here’s the info:

Danwe lived in a vase. It was not a regularly shaped vase. Danwe’s vase had a tall cylindrical section. That is to say it was taller than it was wide. This section of the vase was similar in shape to a can of spam, but much nicer looking.

When I say Danwe lived in a vase, I mean he lived in a vase. That is to say, he never left. He had lived here all his life, all by himself.

When Danwe needed something from the outside, he would have it delivered. This was almost the only contact that Danwe had with the other little people who lived in this house.

So what happens when Danwe finally leaves his vase and starts exploring? What will his world be like?

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I have another awesome audiobook in the Learn About African Animals series written by Sean Liburd available on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: African Birds: Fun Facts and Fantastic Photos for Kids!

Here’s the info:

How many species of birds can be found in Africa? What is the meaning behind the color of birds? These and more questions will be answered with the help of this book. The birds in Africa come in all shapes and sizes. There are birds that are bigger than a person and birds that are no bigger than a few inches.

In this book, you will learn about: How long Birds have been around? What animal does scientist believe birds came from? What determines the shape of a bird’s beak? Why some birds can’t fly? How many species of birds in African cannot be found anywhere else? Which bird is popular for the being the biggest living species of birds right now? What bird is known as the largest scavenging bird in South Africa? What bird gets their color from the shrimp and algae they eat? What bird is called the Jesus bird? Which bird is considered a symbol of peace in Africa? Which bird is the symbol for the Egyptian God Thoth? How many words the African Grey Parrot can learn? How different bird species are known to help each other? Which bird have the biggest eggs in the world?

The book is also filled with fun, weird, and little-known facts about African birds and birds in general.

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I have a new audiobook up on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: All about Butterflies and Moths, a Kids Introduction to Butterflies and Moths, written by Sean Liburd.

Here’s the info:

Butterflies and moths surely are some of the world’s most interesting creatures. They’re probably the best kinds of insects out there.

Have you ever wondered what makes butterflies and moths special? What makes them different? Ever want to know the names of different butterflies? This book answers lots of questions.

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I have an awesome new audiobook about amazing African Elephants up on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: African Elephants Fun Facts and Fantastic Photos for Kids! Learn About African Animals, written by Sean Liburd.

Here’s the info:

What are African Elephants? How different are they from Asian Elephants? What do they look like and what do they like to do? These and more questions will be answered with the help of this book.

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I have a new travel audiobook up on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: Greater Than a Tourist – Atlanta, Georgia: 50 Travel Tips from a Local, written by Elizabeth Evans, published by CZYK Publishing.

Here’s the info:

Are you excited about planning your next trip?
Do you want to try something new?
Would you like some guidance from a local?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this Greater Than a Tourist book is for you.

Greater Than A Tourist by Elizabeth Evans offers the inside scoop on Atlanta Georgia. Most travel books tell you how to travel like a tourist. Although there is nothing wrong with that, as part of the Greater Than a Tourist series, this book will give you travel tips from someone who has lived at your next travel destination.

In these pages you’ll discover advice that will help you throughout your stay. This book will not tell you exact addresses or store hours but instead will give you excitement and knowledge from a local that you may not find in other smaller print travel books.

Travel like a local. Low down, stay in one place, and get to know the people and the culture. By the time you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to travel to your next destination.

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Don’t let the scary cover frighten you away from this awesome super-scary audiobook I narrated. It’s way cool and available now on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: The Curse of the Canowicakte – The Backyard Monsters Club, Book 1, by Wade H. Garrett.

Here’s the info:

In every school there are bullies. In every town there are local legends and their scary stories. In the small town of Cokerville, eleven year old Tyler and his friends have to deal with both, but they come to realize that the local legend of a haunted Indian burial ground is much more than just imagination. Age level: 9 and up.

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Voiced “RuniRoon” for awesome developer, Kinems Learning Games!

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I voiced the cutest match-3 game for BitMango… BUBBLE SHOWER! Check it out:

Get it here:
Google Play

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Looking for a fun, free, and simple educational app to help your toddler learn phonics and trace letters of the alphabet? Look no further than a new app I voiced for RV App Studios, called ABC Kids!

Check it out here!

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I have a new audiobook available on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: Tiny House Living: A Complete Guide to Living in a Tiny House by Sarah Stewart.

Here’s the info:

Have you ever wanted to know what it’s like to live in a tiny home?

The concept behind tiny home living is still strange according to many people. However, there is a philosophy behind it, a reason of sorts, and this book will tell you all about why this popular home living trend is now sweeping the nation, and why many are turning to this type of lifestyle instead of your traditional home.

Not only that, but with this book you’ll further explore how to live in a tiny home. Living in such a small space is typically the biggest turn-off from a tiny home lifestyle. Many of us love to cling to possessions like there’s nothing else out there. However, within the confines of this book, you’ll learn how it’s possible to live this way.

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I have a new audiobook available on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: Terrible Day! by Charles Thornton.

Here’s the info:

Chocolate had always been something that she could indulge in on an occasional basis. But today, it was her lucky day. And she could believe that, after all this time, she could finally strike something off her bucket list, as she kept munching on her platter of different chocolate goodies. Well, it was not only the platter, but everything around her was made of chocolate! She licked all the chocolate off her hands, as the fountain splashed drops of brown goodness on her face. Ah! If only she could eat it every day with no consequences!

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I have a new audiobook available on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: Pokemon Go: Guide + 20 Tips and Tricks You Must Read, by Game Guidez.

Here’s the info:

Be the Best Pokemon Trainer you can be!

In our unofficial guide we dive right into the tips and tricks that will help you become a master in the quickest time possible. We guide you hand in hand with some of the most coveted tips and tricks discovered in the game so far. If you want to fast pace your fun, this is the go-to book for you!

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I have a new audiobook on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: Pokemon Go: Battery Saving Guide, written by Game Guidez.

Here’s the info:

I can teach you how to DOUBLE your battery life or more!

In our guide we dive right into the tips and tricks that will help you master your battery life in the quickest time possible. We guide you hand in hand with some of the most coveted tips and tricks discovered in how to save your precious battery life. If you want to make your fun last a LONG TIME, this is the go-to book for you!

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I have a new audiobook available on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: How to Draw Cartoons, by Kim Cruea.

Here’s the info:

If you are a beginner who wants to learn how to draw cartoons, then get “How To Draw Cartoons” by a real life cartoon enthusiast and artist.

Cartooning is an art form and for many it’s a source of pure entertainment. Whether you’ve enjoyed watching them or doodling on a notebook, at some point in your life you’ve been inspired by a cartoon.

If you love cartoons, but have had a hard time creating them, then it’s time for you to learn the ABC’s of cartooning. With simple steps and easy to follow examples, this book will take you from the ABC’s of cartooning to the process of creating your first cartoon scene.

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I have a new audiobook up on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: How to Teach Sunday School: Your Step by Step Guide to Teaching Sunday School, written by Shirley Janisse.

Here’s the info:

If you want to learn how to teach Sunday School, then get “How To Teach Sunday School” which is written by a person who has real life experience teaching Sunday School.

Inside this guide, you will find a variety of creative ideas for crafts and activities along with instructions on how to build a puppet stage that can be disassembled. You will also find information on where to purchase supplies, how to search for ideas on the Internet, and some highly recommended websites.

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