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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

  • Multiple Fractures

    March 14, 2019
    So you've seen several Fractured Fairy Tales I've narrated for J.E. Taylor--in this week's blog, let me introduce her ...
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  • It’s a complete ...

    March 07, 2019
    Kylee Paradox is your average strong, independent woman--I mean, siren. She's really old but has aged well and has a ...
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  • Friday (on Thursday)

    February 28, 2019
    Today's poem, and the last of 2019's collection of Valentine-themed poems, is by British poet, Ann Drysdale. We all ...
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  • It’s still ...

    February 21, 2019
    Carol Ann Duffy, appointed Britain's poet laureate in May 2009, is a Scottish poet with an edge and a wicked sense of ...
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  • How do I love thee? . . .

    February 14, 2019
      Quite possibly my favorite love poem--written by Elizabeth Barrett Browning to her husband, the poet ...
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  • I, Being Born a Woman . ...

    February 07, 2019
    February, the shortest month, the leap year month, a cold-for-the-Midwest month, the oft-mispronounced month, the ...
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  • National Inspire Your ...

    January 31, 2019
    That's today! Listen here about my recent experience at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art as I celebrated today, albeit, a ...
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  • Happy birthday, Edith!

    January 24, 2019
    Today is novelist Edith Wharton's birthday! Born in 1862, this writer and philanthropist was also the first female ...
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  • Innocent? Child-like? ...

    January 17, 2019
    Snow White (aka Maggie White) demonstrates her magical powers and fierce love in this Fractured Fairy Tale by J.E. ...
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  • Brrrr . . . I’m ...

    January 10, 2019
    I have a new audiobook to give away! Frozen is a twist--or a fracture--to the story we know by Hans Christian Andersen ...
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PO Box 704
Columbia City, IN 46725

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