How are you holding up through everything? As if the shelter-in-place pandemic wasn’t enough, we now find ourselves in a long overdue tidal wave of social change. It’s pretty remarkable how quickly things mobilize and spread. We all have a long road ahead of us, and I plan to do what I can to educate myself and to support the movement for justice and equality.
In the meantime, I’m also quite grateful for keeping busy with work…you can hear a sample from my work in Harper Audio’s new audiobook, How We Change, right here!
Here’s a quick look at recent adventures:
- I finished narrating Hippies: A Kent State Love Story by Peter Jedick last month: it’s a work of historical fiction and based on Peter’s time at the college during the quite eventful 1969-70 school year, leading up to those tragic events 50 years ago last May! We’re in a similarly tumultuous time at the moment.
- I just started narrating Haboob Wind by Tommy Anderson, a military suspense/thriller. In 2021, there’s along-planned terrorist attack within the U.S. by thousands of sleeper cell members who camouflage themselves into the fabric of American society as patriots working in trusted positions in the government, law enforcement, FBI and CIA.
- Last month, I narrated the article Five Forces Reshaping the Post-Pandemic Future, a new article for a consulting firm out of Canada. This is a thought-provoking piece about debt, the role of government, our values, and more!
- On the development front, I began coaching with Shannon Parks (aka Marguerite Gavin to audiobook fans)—looking forward to up my game with fiction!
- And finally, I helped re-issue the 40th anniversary of a novel my grandfather wrote: Icy Cape, based on his actual experience as a radar technician at this remote outpost in Alaska during the Cold War in the early 1960s.
More ahead! Be well and keep in touch!