A Month of Giving Thanks ~Day 20 ~Narrator
I have seen this done on Felicia @ Geeky Blogger blog and then I seen Berls and Michelle do it as well. As you can see Michelle gave me her button to use as I decided I wanted to do something this year.
Here is what you will see all month long on Books, Movies, Reviews. Oh my! I will be mentioning varies Bloggers, Authors, and Narrators on my blog. There could be more than one post a day as I think I came up with a list that went over 30 days. I also know that I can’t possibly mention every blogger, author or narrator I know all in thirty days so please don’t be upset if you didn’t get a mention cause if this goes over well and I find I liked doing it there is always next year. 🙂
Narrator Amanda Ronconi:
Amanda Ronconi is an actress and writer who divides her time between New York City and Upstate New York. She has a BFA from NYU where she studied at the Stella Adler Conservatory. She has performed in theaters around New York City as well as regionally at The Alley, Capital Rep and many productions at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.
Her Off-Broadway solo comedy, Shirley at the Tropicana, received critical acclaim and was subsequently featured in The New York Times. Amanda’s film and TV credits include Daydream Believer (Slamdance 2001’s Best Dramatic Feature winner), The Understudy, Deadly Sins (ID Discovery), IFC’s Get Hit and Chasing Paradise. She has appeared in national network commercials for Chase Bank, Sony and Blue Cross/Blue Shield. Her voiceover work encompasses over 70 audiobooks available on Audible.com. http://amandaronconi.com/
Amanda Ronconi is the narrator that really got me into audio, she is one of the best with being able to capture the snarky humor of Molly Harper’s books. I am so spoiled that I must listen to all Molly Harper books on audio. She has narrated some other series that I want to listen to and have on my list. She just has the best narrating voice!! 🙂
This one here is the other series that I want to try, I have heard good things about E.J. Cooperman’s series and I have the first one on my list.