Passionate, Engaging, Spirited – breathing magic into your words and worlds
Nominated for Best Performance in an Audiobook (Fiction) at the One Voice Awards 2021
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Raw, unprocessed – includes 30 seconds of room tone at the end
Acoustically treated dedicated room, Rode NT-1, Audient ID14, Adobe Audition for Mac
Native British neutral (RP/BBC), Heightened RP (aristocratic), authentic Yorkshire (mum), authentic Cockney/East End (dad), Mid Atlantic – and loads more in my audiobooks including French, Liverpool, Manchester, Californian, Japanese, Russian, Irish!
Non-fiction | Multi F (Yorkshire) | M/F dialogue (RP) | 1st person (dark thriller) | F/F dialogue (teen) | 1st person non-fiction | 1st person (Cockney elderly)
Literary Fiction: 1st Person Narrative – RP
Urban Fantasy: M/F Dialogue – London – Comedic
Urban Fantasy: Multiple F Dialogue – London – Teens
Mystery: Multiple F Dialogue – Yorkshire – Character
Crime | Thriller: 1st Person F – Cockney – Elderly
Crime | Thriller: 1st Person – RP – Dark/Cold
Romance: F/F Dialogue – Liverpool/French
Non Fiction (Historical): RP – Conversational
Me Me, It’s All About Me!
Voice-overs have complemented my professional theatrical career for some years now, and I became an audiobook narrator relatively recently – by accident rather than design (I was headhunted)! I had already recorded a number of audiodramas for companies such as BBC Radio 4 and Big Finish, so it was a natural progression.
Susan – a Jane Austen Prequel – has just been released.
This Pride and Prejudice variation brilliantly captures Austen’s own Lady Susan as a young girl. Familiar characters abound – Frank Churchill, Lady Catherine de Bourgh – but Susan – mischievous and manipulative – is the star.
Sixteen-year-old Susan Smithson – pretty but poor, clever but capricious – has just been expelled from a school for young ladies in London. Her guardian dispatches her to her uncle Collins’ rectory in Kent, where Susan mischievously inspires the local squire to put on a play, with consequences no one could possibly have foreseen.
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The narration of Heather Tracy is so phenomenal that I was instantly hooked and could not stop listening because she brings the story to life. It was like watching a movie.
Blackeagle, Audible Reviewer
I really like the narrator. I might even leave my normal genre of book if I know she is reading it because as I have discovered she can transport you anywhere for a few hours.
Julie Howard, Audible Reviewer
The story is fast-paced, intriguing and fun, but what really set it apart for me was the narration. Heather Tracy did a fantastic job, particularly of the voices, and her enthusiasm pulled me right along for the ride.
Lucy Felthouse, Audible Listener
The narration was wonderful. Every character has a separate voice – so much so that it’s almost hard to believe it’s just one person! – and the various accents are beautifully and subtly played.
J. Farrer, Audible Listener