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Linda Jones is an award-winning NYC based actor and voice coach currently working in audiobook narration and voice over, as well as theatre, film and television.
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Czech Mate, by Krystin Dyers

13 Aug Czech Mate

Loved, loved, loved narrating Czech Mate, by Krystin Dyers—a fun romantic thriller set in Prague, published by Bryant Street Shorts on Scribd. I went to Prague myself, nearly 20 years ago, and I can honestly say it's an absolutely gorgeous place to escape, to explore,...

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New Studiobricks Booth!

04 Aug Studiobricks!

I am beyond thrilled to have upgraded my home studio these last few weeks. My Studiobricks booth arrived at the tail end of July, and I was delighted to get her set up and decked out. My first job in the new space: The Bedeviled...

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15 Jul Short Carries: Essays From Adirondack Life

This one. I loved narrating this book. Elizabeth Folwell has spent more than two decades as editor and creative director at Adirondack Life Magazine. Her essays, many of which have won international awards, are beautifully crafted meditations on nature, history, cultural commentary and astute observation of...

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02 Jun A Single Spark

Well this was a treat. A lovely historical Christian romance set during the Civil War, with women’s historic work in munitions as a backdrop. And a pleasure to be working with Recorded Books again! Find it by clicking here....

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06 May The Casualties of Progress

There is a wizened old Lincoln Continental that lives in the lot next door, its front end crushed, torn and consumed by rust and weeds. They have grown up and through, weaving from undercarriage to wheel well to headlamp to sky. The tires are flat...

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22 Apr Hyperion’s Fracture

A very happy book birthday to this biomedical thriller! I had a wonderful time recording this smart and exciting page-turner. Kirkus Reviews says, "Kelso’s prose is detailed yet taut as he roots the plot believably in medical research. ...

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18 Apr Greene Market

There is a small 2-hours-on-Saturday-only farm stand on the corner. People order during the week for pickup. On this gray, drizzly Saturday, this is the view from our window. I’ve never seen this before.                    ...

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15 Apr Dodge.

Urgent trip into Manhattan today. We made a list, put on our masks and got in and out as fast as possible. Blue skies and eerie quiet. Birds. The churn, the familiar rumble, the constant and comforting sound and vibration - gone. In their place a...

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12 Apr Pandemic Sky

I am grateful. On March 1st I attended an all-day business workshop. On March 2nd I had the glorious opportunity to meet with more than a dozen audiobook publishers. On March 3rd I attended the national narrator meeting at the SAG-AFTRA offices in NYC. It was pouring rain. I...

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26 Mar Voices of Calm

So a friend and colleague, Adam Barr, has put together a wonderful thing: a YouTube channel called, "Voices of Calm." The idea was to create a peaceful space where anyone could go and listen to a story. They say it best with, "Voices of Calm gathers...

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