Let Me Tell Your Story: Audiobook Narration by Kate Shrewsday

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Stories are my passion. The stories behind the artefacts and heritage I explore; the stories I write about the world about me: and the stories written by other people.

I am never happier than reading out loud. I have a small but perfectly formed recording studio at my home in the heart of Berkshire, England, and I read, record and produce stories.

If you have an e-book that needs that extra push; if your audience is the naturally busy type who will have far more time for listening on the go than reading; consider dropping me a line.

I’m at kateshrewsday@hotmail.com, or (+44) 7817 137318. You can find my professional website here.

And remember: you can tweet me at @kateshrewsday, or catch up with my Facebook Page here.

All my equipment and production techniques are designed to comply with the Audiobook Creation Exchange (ACX), Audible’s platform for allowing Authors to commission producers to create audiobooks.

Why choose me? There’s only one way to find out.

Listen to some of the stories I’ve been telling recently……

An extract from Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte with original music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

 

Barney and Ludo: A Macaulay The Dog Story by Kate Shrewsday with original music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

 

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5 thoughts on “Let Me Tell Your Story: Audiobook Narration by Kate Shrewsday

  1. You do have a beautiful voice and I do love stories and pretty much listening to them. Being quite tough with this things, just wanna say, well done you! More stories anywhere? x x x
    Irene

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