Well, almost the most fun when compared to the voiceover work on “The Walrus & The Carpenter” I’m doing with Scott Haverly of King Recording Studios. I realize that I’ve been a bit quiet on posting in April, but it’s because I’ve been busy knitting or recording! In fact, I’m working hard on getting this demo completed so that I can begin to send it out for voiceover work. Ideally I’d love to narrate children’s books. So, if you’re looking for a narrator with a huge bank account of energy and enthusiasm plus a large variety of vocal characterizations, let’s chat!
Next week, I’ll be demonstrating how to make your own removable dreadlocks at Norwescon. I’ll have my wheel there and will be spinning too. If you’ve wanted a set of the dreads I create, I’ll have a few to sell, or you can buy my handspun yarn and make your own. I’ll be in costume too. It’ll be quite an adventure!
For more info, see the following events I’ve created for each of the demos I’ll give at Norwescon34: