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Raw, unprocessed – includes 30 seconds of room tone at the end
Rode NT-1 / NT-2000, 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!
Quick Audiobook Compilation
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: Creature 1st P, M/F Dialogue – London
Regency Romance: F/F Dialogue – RP – Teenage/Elderly
Mystery: Multiple F Dialogue – Yorkshire – Character
Crime | Thriller: 1st Person F – Cockney – Elderly
Urban Fantasy: Multiple F Dialogue – London – Teens
Crime | Thriller: 1st Person – RP – Dark/Cold
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 by accident rather than design (I was headhunted)! I’d already recorded a number of audiodramas for companies such as BBC Radio 4 and Big Finish, so it was a natural progression into the wider world of storytelling.
Pride of Honor, a Regency romance narrated with Arthur Rowan, is now available. Sophie Brancelli must ensure her marriage to a suitable gentleman of the ton before her 21st birthday, or she’ll be destitute.
Miss Willmott’s Ghosts has been released by Bonnier Books. Ellen Willmott was a brilliant Edwardian gardener whose genius has been lost over the years to her eccentric, irascible reputation. Sandra Lawrence puts the record straight.
Lady Molly of Scotland Yard has just been released by Apple Books. Published in 1910, this book of 12 stories stars female detective Molly Robertson-Kirk, almost a decade before women actually joined London’s Metropolitan Police Force.
Finalist in the Wishing Shelf Book Awards (audiobook category)
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This first novel felt like an instant classic that combines the superb writing of a really talented author with the flawless narration delivered by a top-notch professional.
Victor Dima, the AudiobookBlog
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