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

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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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An awesome new game for iPhone and iPad that I voiced just released on the Apple App Store: Rainbowtail by Minidragon! Get it… it’s super cool fun. I LOVE voicing games!

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I’m Winny in Cry Dolls!

Image: Intergalactic Space Rangers

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I’m spooky girl in corner! Creep you out too? Love what he says at 4:42… “Wow, that voice is really well done.”

Grim Tales: Color of Fright is another awesome video game by Elephant Games.

You’re invited to a family dinner, but when you arrive, there’s no one to be seen. There’s just a short note that warns about a deadly threat to your family.

Explore the huge castle to uncover what skeletons the family is keeping in the cupboard, and what secrets your sister is keeping from you.

Uncover the identity of the mysterious villain who, in the heat of rage, showed no mercy to your little niece!

Get it from Big Fish Games!

Image: Elephant Games

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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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I voiced another awesome scary-cool game for Elephant Games, Haunted Hotel: The X. Get it at Big Fish Games.

Image: Elephant Games

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I’m the narrator for this super cool short film Tidal Wave Girls. Go girls!

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Narrated some awesome audio books for MeeGenius: Willow, The Little Green Pea, My Big Brother, Goodnight Baby Bear, Don’t Forget Your Manners, and Where to Sleep.

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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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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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