This is totally off the subject of voiceover, but I’m excited to say that my painting, “The Encounter” is featured in the Coast to Coast AM Halloween Gallery 2018! Yep… it’s Bigfoot! Check out my painting and the other awesome artwork chosen for the gallery on the Coast to Coast AM website.
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!
I’m working on yet another fairy voice project. It seems fae-folk are my forte lately. Totally cool, but I do have one puzzling question:
Is it FAIRY… FAERY… or FAERIE?
I found some information online. Some people say that “fairies” are totally different creatures from “faery/faeries.” Others say “faery/faerie” is the Middle-English/Old-French spelling, and that today’s spelling is “fairy.”
What spelling do you think is correct and why?
Image Source: Spirit of the Night by John Atkinson Grimshaw
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.
Edgar Allan Poe, Eleonora