A Month of Giving Thanks ~Day 26 ~Narrator

November 26, 2016 Misc. 1

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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 Emily Woo Zeller:

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Emily Woo Zeller began her voice-over career by voicing animation in Asia. She returned to the United States in 2009 and found a natural fit as an audiobook narrator. Described by AudioFile magazine as doing “an extraordinary job of varying the voices in the dialogue without losing the intimacy of the story,” Emily’s multilingual, multicultural framework brings a particularly unique, clear-eyed, and intimate perspective into Asian American narratives. While she specializes in Asian American narratives, Emily’s work spans a broad spectrum, including young adult fiction and such titles as The Whites of Their Eyes by Jill Lepore and The Sex Diaries Project by Arianne Cohen. She also narrated Gulp by Mary Roach, for which she won an AudioFile Earphones Award.

Though she narrates a lot of genres I have only listened to her do YA and Middle-Grade type books and she does a great job at them. I do hope to listen to more of her narrations in the future as I really like her voice.

Check out some reviews:

Couldn’t find a sound clip of one I listened too but at least this gives you an idea of her sound. 🙂

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