You Heard It Here: Happiness Is… Narrating

This month’s happiness is very new and hot off the presses! I still can’t share all the details, but I can tell you that I will be back in the recording studio narrating not just one, but two new books! And before you ask which two of my books I’ll be narrating, I’ll say none of them! For the first time, I’ll be narrating someone else’s books! Here’s a shot of the last studio where I narrated Living Dangerously.


I loved this space. It had a very relaxed, almost Zen, quality to it. I probably won’t be in the exact studio, but it will most likely be something similar.

Now… as far as the books I’m narrating… You guys will love them! The only hint I’m going to give you is that I know the author. I know… not much to go on since I know dozens of authors, but I don’t think I’m allowed to spill the beans until the audio versions are released. Feel free to guess away, but I won’t confirm or deny anything. I’m pretty sure they’ll both be released this summer so you won’t have too long to wait, and I will definitely shout it out – as will the author – when they are out!

So, that’s my happiness! What’s yours?


You Heard It Here: Happiness Is… Narrating — 12 Comments

  1. You are such a tease, 🙂 but good for you on narrating two books this summer. I know how time consuming that will be. My voice is so weak these days I’d probably last until about chapter two. Ha ha.

    • Hi Robena,
      You are so right! And I don’t have as much time to prepare as I did for my books. I’m cramming! I’m going to have to practice talking more… maybe I should say, more than usual. LOL.

  2. That is so cool! Doing a great recording of a book is an amazing skill (and in my experience many accomplished actors are not necessarily good at it.) I know you nailed audio recording with your own book. How great to now be able to lend your talent to do so for a friend’s book. I see yet another career opening up for you. Very exciting!

    • Hi Allison,
      Thank you! Very sweet of you to say that. Sometimes I get conflicted when narrating takes me away from writing, but then I figure, hell, if I enjoy it, I may as well do it all. Everything just gets finished a little slower. Thanks for stopping in!

  3. Congratulations! I couldn’t be happier for you. You’re a super good narrator. The author will be thrilled with your vocal talents.

    Now, go start talking nonstop. High voice, low voice, in-between. You’ve got this!

  4. Congratulations! That’s fabulous. I cannot do book narration. It’s a wonderful skill to have.
    My current happiness is that I did a very fun role on Tim and Eric’s Bedtime Stories last Monday. And that today is a beautiful day.

    • Hi Susan,
      Thank you! I’m excited about it. Congrats on your role! That’s very fun! Today WAS a beautiful day. I agree! Haha. Thanks for stopping in!