What a performance!!
The performance by Stephanie Quinn blew me away! I wasn’t sure if this was a child narrating or an adult who was just that good!! After checking out samples of her other work, I realized that she is just that good! Wow! Her amazing voice!!! She did a phenomenal job playing these adorable, loving characters! Her performance made me want to hear more in the series, and while I’m sure the book is wonderful without audio, my overall experience was heightened by choosing the audiobook. Everything from her pronunciation, clarity, and speed to her inflection, volume, and enthusiasm kept me engaged in the story from start to finish. I am so impressed by her amazing performance! Bravo!
Wow! She’s annoying AND her tagline, “Uh oh, how unfortunate,” has taken on a life of its own. I’ve gotten so many messages from people around the world about Dee Dee. Pretty cool! So I thought I’d write a little about it.
I’m so thankful to Scott Cawthon of Scott Games for giving me the opportunity to be Dee Dee’s voice. Scott’s direction to me was: “I want her to sound innocent, sweet, and completely irritating.”
I’ve received many hilarious messages from Dee Dee lover/haters around the world, and I’ve seen some awesome reviews on Steam about Dee Dee. These are a few of my favorites so far:
“I don’t think I’ve ever hated something as much as I hate Dee Dee”
“DD can go jump in a pit”
“you will hate DD, thats just a fact”
“The game is good, but ♥♥♥♥ dee dee.”
“Go away Dee Dee!”
“Dee Dee will forever be stuck in my head”
“The only thing that I completely and utterly hate (but still love… argh) is DeeDee”
“UH OH HOW UNFORTUNATE UH OH HOW UNFORTUNATE UH OH HOW UNFORTUNATE UH OH HOW UNFORTUNATE UH OH HOW UNFORTUNATE UH OH HOW UNFORTUNATE UH OH HOW UNFORTUNATE I WILL GET BAD DREAMS FOR LIFE DD”
“And how do you get rid of DD.”
I’ve received a bunch of YouTube comments about Dee Dee, including my absolute favorites:
“When you discover that DeeDee’s voice actor is tap dancing, it’s explained why DeeDee steps on us.” (on a video of me tap dancing)
“DeeDee (with the banjo): uh oh, how unfortunate.” (on a video of me playing banjo)
Plus lots of really sweet comments:
“congratulations for being an actor of fnaf 6 ultimate custom night”
“You did a great voice for DD in fnaf ultimate😄”
“hey heard ur now voicing characters from fnaf 6 awesome”
“Love you’re voice work on Fnaf!”
“I heard your the voice actor of dee dee from ucn”
“İ Like DeeDeeDee :D”
“Nice voice!! You Did really Good!!”
“hello! i loved you in this game”
“Absolutely love your dee dee voice haha! its equally charming and adorable but a little terrifying. I was looking around to see if you had a twitter but i guess maybe not? either way fantastic job and i hope we get to hear you in more fun and spooky games!”
“Came from fnaf.Great job!The tune is stuck in my head.Also love your tapdancing.❤ Uh oh how unfortunate,Uh oh how unfortunate,I’m gonna do a sneaky thing and put a new contender in the ring!☺”
She sounds so sweet when singing until you realize the seriousness of the occurrence after hearing the famous “A NEW CHALLENGER HAS APPEARED!” line….. 😆
And there are TONS more!
THANK YOU to everyone who posted other amazing reviews like these, and for sending me some of the funniest messages I’ve ever received!
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Image: Scott Games
New audiobook release today up on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes: THE ALIEN’S DAUGHTER (Tales of a Teenage Alien Human Hybrid: Book One), written by JC Morrows and Macy Morrows, published by S&G Publishing!
Here’s the info:
As if being a teenager isn’t hard enough. . .
Can you imagine how it feels to wake up one day and find out that you are not who you thought you were?
If you’re anything like me, you know it’s hard enough trying to fit in—in high school—without having to deal with the knowledge that your dad is an alien part of the time. I don’t even get how you can be an alien part of the time. . .
Not to mention all of the crazy new alien gifts you really wish you could return.
Oh well, at least I have an explanation for the blue hair.
So, not only do I get to deal with school bullies this fall, who I’m apparently not allowed to use my new abilities on, I have to keep anyone from finding out my secret. . . and keep my grades up.
Could life get any crazier!
Listen to a sample of THE ALIEN’S DAUGHTER (Tales of a Teenage Alien Human Hybrid: Book One). Enjoy!
Here’s the info:
Eighth grade inventor Natalie Edwards doesn’t mind that her classmates cringe at her inspirational sayings and monochromatic outfits. Her parent’s love and the support of her three best friends make it easy to ignore the eye rolls and head shakes. But after her invention, the Texty-Talky, goes nationwide, the media considers her the new “IT” girl and it changes everything at school, at home, and with her friends.
Then a reporter prints a story about Natalie’s unfortunate graffiti incident and even her squeaky clean reputation is shattered. Natalie’s sunny disposition is stretched to the limits when reports surface of her stealing her invention from aliens. She’s desperate to regain control of her life before she loses everything to the media storm. Will she be able to disprove the lies being printed and stay true to who she really is? Or will the pressure prove too much?
What will perky tween inventor and new media “IT” girl, Natalie, do after a media storm ruins her squeaky-clean rep? Get the audiobook now to find out!
Listen to a sample!