Saturday, July 21, 2012

Lots of exciting stuff happening....check out "Tom Hanks' Electric City" at
It's a great new animated web series. I voice the roles of Roger Moore and Young Jane.

Starting this Sunday, you can hear my voice in a fancy museum exhibit! It's at LACMA as part of the exhibit "The Sun and Other Stars."  I did voices for the animated video that will run alongside the art. I play 3 different obnoxious teen aged girls, naturally.

In audiobook news, I have a few projects coming out soon. I recently narrated "Pushing The Limits" by Katy McGarry, "Minnie McClary Speaks Her Mind" by Valerie Hobbs, and "Celia and the Fairies" and "Favorite," both by Karen McQuestion.

I also just did a radio spot for McDonalds, some voices for the anime series "Tiger and Bunny," and lots of station imaging for Kiss108 in Boston and The Edge in Toronto.

Oh, and if you are watching HBO's "The Newsroom" on Sunday night, July 22, you can see me playing Reese's secretary. I only have a few lines, so if you blink you'll miss me! But it's an amazing show that I am very excited to be a part of.

So, that's what's going on!

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Some new audiobook titles to check out:

The Case of the Deadly Desperados: Western Mysteries, Book One by Caroline Lawrence

This was such a fun book to narrate, and working with Director Christina Rooney for the first time was  amazing! Here's what Audiofile had to say about it:

...Sands is a female reader who does justice to everyone from gruff outlaw Whittlin' Walt to a pre-Mark Twain Samuel Clemens, She even lends sympathy to P.K.'s frenemy, “Soiled Dove.” Sands gives P.K. the humor, curiosity, and spunk to survive in a cutthroat world. This is a perfect marriage of narrator and book. M.M.C. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award.

Thanks Audiofile!

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REVIVED by Cat Patrick

Another amazing Young Adult book! I don't want to accidentally give anything away, so here's the professional summary:

It started with a bus crash.
Daisy Appleby was a little girl when it happened, and she barely remembers the accident or being brought back to life. At that moment, though, she became one of the first subjects in a covert government program that tests a drug called Revive.
Now fifteen, Daisy has died and been Revived five times. Each death means a new name, a new city, and a new identity. The only constant in Daisy’s life is constant change.
Then Daisy meets Matt and Audrey McKean, charismatic siblings who quickly become her first real friends. But if she’s ever to have a normal life, Daisy must escape from an experiment that’s much larger—and more sinister—than she ever imagined.
From its striking first chapter to its emotionally charged ending, Cat Patrick’s Revived is a riveting story about what happens when life and death collide.

Tuesday, February 28, 2012