Professional Voice Talent, Amateur Actor and Knitter

The Digital Sea

Today I finished recording The Digital Sea, by Thomas K. Carpenter. Now it goes off to QC and post-processing. Should have the audible link in three weeks or so.

Next two books are Sulan: The League, by Camille Picott; and Rally ‘Round the Corpse, the first novel by Hy Conrad, one of the writers on Monk.


Gunnora’s Dragons


Christmas in July (nearly)


  1. Tiffany Taylor


    I have searched you on the Internet, because I am a HUGE fan of your readings of Anne of Green Gales, Avonlea, and the Island. You sound just like the actress and your tone, diction, and intonation are just as beautiful and dreamy as hers.

    I am writing to complement you, and also to BEG of you to read the rest of the series, or at least a few more of the books. I am halfway through Anne of the Island, and I am forcing myself to listen to it sparingly, as the impending end looms nearer and nearer. I commute 1 1/2 hours to work every day in Los Angeles, and your beautiful readings are the only thing that makes my drive not only bearable, but something I look forward to.

    Would you please, please consider reading Anne of the Windy Poplars to keep the world of Anne Shirley alive for me just a little bit longer??


  2. I’m afraid Anne of Windy Poplars and Anne of Ingleside are still in copyright in the US, so they’re out of bounds for LibriVox. I do intend to read Rainbow Valley once I finish my current project. It’s the last public domain Anne book I have left to do.

  3. Andrea

    Does not the copyright in the US end 60 Years after the authors death? At least they say so on

    And is not the author dead since the 1940’s?

    Sorry if I sound impertinent, if so it is a language problem as I am not a native English speaker.

  4. Death + 70, but US copyright law is very complicated. New versions of the law were not made retroactive, so it all depends on when an item was published. See here:

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