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About Laura

My creative bent started with my first work of literature: The Pan Speaks Out, written and illustrated by me, in the mid- to late-seventies. A mystery (of “the Hardy Girls,” no less) and my first chapter book, The Beautiful Horse, followed shortly.

In the eighties, I sang and performed onstage for the church where I grew up, leading to three years of theatre and Thespian Club at Warsaw Community High School, then on to more acting and the technical side of production at Grace College, Winona Lake.

To this day, I can’t simply read the liturgy at Eberhard Lutheran, where I now attend church, simply read the Geronimo Stilton, R. L. Stine, Veggie Tales, or classic children’s books (like Peter Pan or The Wizard of Oz) listened to by my children. Why I even dress the part to read The Ballad of The Pirate Queens, by Jane Yolen.

It’s in my blood, you see.

And that is what you need in your voice over talent—someone who grasps a script in hand and becomes the voice you want.
  • Straight narration can be guaranteed to have perfect diction, perfect pronunciation, comfortable cadence, warmth, and approachability.
  • Upbeat announcing can put a smile on your audience’s face they didn’t realize was there!
  • Instruction provides conciseness and well-timed pauses for the listener to learn and follow.
  • Dramatization of fictional pieces can pull readers in so they forget their surroundings . . .
So take a listen, enjoy your time, and let me know how I can help!
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Blog

  • On Gratitude

    March 30, 2017
    Today's blog comes from a really old book I found, wrapped in plastic, at The Reading Room in Wabash, Indiana. A great ...
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  • Barbarisms, as explained ...

    March 09, 2017
    Today's audioblog is an excerpt from the early twentieth-century textbook, Composition and Rhetoric for Schools, by ...
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  • A Southern Officer to ...

    February 23, 2017
    Today's audio blog is a letter from the man we are most familiar with as General Robert E. Lee, when he was the chief ...
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  • A Close Race by Sarah ...

    February 16, 2017
    This week's cheery poem comes from the third in a series of readers, Classics Old & New, published by the American ...
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  • What the Wood-Fire Said ...

    January 19, 2017
      Today's poem is a typical example of the lyrical style of Stanton, born just before the Civil War and ...
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  • I Have a Rendezvous with ...

    January 12, 2017
    A familiar poem, published posthumously, and a favorite of John F. Kennedy, "I Have a Rendezvous with Death" is today's ...
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  • The Year by Ella ...

    January 05, 2017
    January 2017 is going to be a month of poems. We begin with The Year, by Ella Wheeler Wilcox, a positive, freethinking, ...
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  • Last “Christmas ...

    December 29, 2016
    My last post for 2016 is a Christmas diary entry written by Mary Kemble and found on www.publicdomainreview.org. I ...
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  • Saturday, December 25th, ...

    December 22, 2016
    Today's entry is from The new journal of Marie Bashkirtseff: from childhood to girlhood (1912), courtesy of The Public ...
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  • Three Kings

    December 08, 2016
    Such an air of mystery surrounds these visitors to the Christ that many details we think we know are really derived ...
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PO Box 704
Columbia City, IN 46725

Phone: +1 260 385 3734
E-mail: laura@laurasvoice.com