Miss Crespigny, Chapter One, by Frances Hodgson Burnett
As stated in the Author’s Note at the beginning of this book, someone published Mrs. Burnett’s work without her permission, and in a way that she didn’t like.
Siddhartha, by Herman Hesse
I’ve been listening to segments of many audiobooks to help me find my place in the voice acting world. Where am I needed? What are my limitations? I was suprised to find that the audiobook versions that I heard of Siddhartha by Herman Hesse sounded like adventure novels. I understood it to be a poetic…
The History of Emily Montague Vol. II, by Frances Moore Brooke
a novel about courtship during the mid 1700s between silly young girls and awkward gentlemen. Frances Moore Brooke probably influenced Jane Austen’s work, as their lifelines overlapped, and they were both from England, and their writing styles are similar (e.g., characters, issues.
The Great Stone Face, by Nathaniel Hawthorne
I resisted my dear one’s urging me to record Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Great Stone Face as long as I could. After all, Basil Rathbone mastered the job of telling the story, but our home-made cassette tape copy is wearing out, and we haven’t found a replacement after years of searching. So, I acknowledge and thank…