Story Narration

I may have mentioned before, and there are also links on my sidebar, but my husband is a writer and a podcaster.

He recently started a fiction podcast for his short stories, and he wrote a story for me… and asked me to read it! Oh yeah, and I also did different voices too!

A little info about the story —

Sarah Nelson is an unemployed writer trying to find her next gig while dealing with her overbearing mother. Her world changes the day she answers an ad as a writer’s assistant for a famous author.

With time to focus on her own writing and learn even more about the industry from her new mentor, everything seems perfect until the day Sarah gets more than she bargained for in the form of an African Grey parrot named Horus.

You can find a link to the story itself here:

Horus

And there is also a behind-the-cut explanation episode, where he interviewed me:

Behind-the-cut: Horus

It was a lot of fun, and I can certainly see myself doing more narration and voice-work in the future too.

Please check those podcasts out, or any of Christopher’s other podcasts and stories out as well. Thanks so much!

About Cynthia Griffith

I have way too many interests and hobbies, and continually cycle through them -- paying attention to some, while others wait for when I can get around to them again. My main interests are sewing and costuming (I enjoy historical clothing, such as 18th and 19th century, as well as fantasy costumes like elves and hopefully someday even dwarves), as well as getting back to art by drawing fan art of Thorin Oakenshield and Company. My husband Christopher and I spend a lot of time together, enjoying the outdoors and shared hobbies such as juggling. This blog and website is my way to share what I'm up to with friends and family.
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2 Responses to Story Narration

  1. Thanks again for doing such a great job with the narration. It really IS the best episode of the podcast so far, and much of that is owed to the effort you made narrating the story.

  2. Well thank YOU for your patience and help. Since I have no training whatsoever, it was a totally new experience for me. 🙂

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