Since 2007, I've been recording classic literature in an effort to make the classics accessible and approachable to folks who otherwise wouldn't be exposed to them. I'm a professional audiobook narrator, and I've recorded for many large publishers as well as indie publishing houses and authors. Through following my passion, and sticking to it, I've been able to create a solid show with a loyal fan base. I love hearing from folks who are discovering new authors or are really enjoying listening to the classics they always meant to read, but somehow or other couldn't find the time. Teachers use my podcast to introduce their students to the classics, and during the pandemic, I've given away many of my full length audiobooks for free to schools and anyone who needs them.
I'm not looking for guests for my show, but I'd love to talk about books, audiobooks, and the relationship of audiobooks to literacy. I was a slow reader growing up, and it wasn't until I discovered audiobooks in my 20s that I was able to really read well. Now I do it professionally.
We have 2 podcasts: 37 Disney Street Classics where we review the classic Animated Disney Films and rank and rate them The Disneyland Paris Show where we talk through the latest news at the parks and have monthly feature shows such as reviewing the rides, virtual days at the parks, trip reports, etc.
If you love Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, etc. the classics show is the podcast for you! If you’re a fan of the parks, planning a trip to Disneyland Paris, or want to know more about the park, etc. The Disneyland Paris Show has all that and more!
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