Closing Out a Good Year!

This year (2011) is the year I finally decided to get serious about progressing to a professional level from my hobby of narrating audiobooks.

I'm pleased with the results: I've had nine published so far this year and two more expected to publish this month. I also completed four children's picture books in September, which are not yet in Orca's catalog.

If you are visiting this page as an audiobook lover, why not comment on what kind of book you would like to hear me do? Or, you can friend me on my Facebook badge below, and we can have a dialog!

John Wiley and Sons

"Senseless Panic: How Washington Failed America" by William Isaac  (Dec, 2011)  

William M. Isaac, Chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) during the banking and S&L crises of the 1980s, details what was different about 2008’s meltdown that allowed the failure of a comparative handful of institutions to nearly shut down the world’s financial system. The book also tells the rousing story of Isaac’s time at the FDIC. With accessible and engaging prose, Isaac:
  • Details the mistakes that led to the panic of 2008 and 2009
  • Demystifies the conditions America faced in 2008, and
  • Provides a roadmap for avoiding similar shutdowns and panics in the future
Senseless Panicis a provocative, quick-paced, and thoughtful analysis of what went wrong with the nation's banking system and a blunt indictment of United States policy.

Cleis Press

"Sweet Love: Erotic Fantasies for Couples" edited by Violet Blue (Dec, 2011)

Looking to keep the heat? In Sweet Love, bestselling editor Violet Blue creates a world of lusty and in-love couples who live out their fantasies with delicious results. These powerful scenarios are recipes for romance that real couples can use as inspiration for memorable explorations of their own. This delectable collection will have you wishing for role-playing, exhibitionism, spankings, surprise threesomes, and much much more. Sweet Love's expertly crafted, explicit stories will really take you there.


iPublish Press

Available from iPublish Press (http://ipublishpress.com/)

 "My Problem With Doors" by Scott Southard (Feb, 2010)

Jacob's life changed in a single moment when, as a toddler, he walked through his bedroom door only to find himself in the office of a British officer in Capetown, 1870. This would begin a thirty-year journey which would take him from ancient to future civilizations, and innumerable places and times in between. Through all of his travels, Jacob seeks for the purpose of his predicament, the significance of his life with all of its joys and suffering, loneliness and impermanence.