The following audiobooks were nominated in the Solo Narration – Female Category. Reviews will be posted as they come in.
This category will be judged by Susie from MissSusie’s Reading and Observations. Would you like to join her? Send an email to email@example.com.
Here are the nominees:
- Boston Jacky by L.A. Meyer; Narrated by Katherine Kellgren from Listen & Live Audio, Inc.
- Life Drawing by Robin Black; Narrated by Cassandra Campbell from Penguin Random House Audio
- Murphy’s Law by Rhys Bowen; Narrated by Nicola Barber from Audible, Inc.
“Nicola Barber’s narration is well done, she has many different accents in this book from Irish to American to a little Italian, and her male voices are also very good. I enjoyed her narration and I think it added to my enjoyment of this book.” ~ Miss Susie
- Until the End of the World by Sarah Lyons Fleming; Narrated by Julia Whelan from Podium Publishing
“Julie Whelan’s narration is well done, I enjoyed her many female voices, however at times her male voices muddled together, especially when Nelly and John are talking and Nelly’s accent isn’t as pronounced I wasn’t sure which man was talking. I did enjoy her narration very much as I always do and love her regular talking voice, and the whininess of Anna was good and not overdone to be annoying, well any more annoying the character of Anna is!” ~ Miss Susie
- Written in My Own Heart’s Blood by Diana Gabaldon; Narrated by Davina Porter from Recorded Books
- Yellow Crocus by Laila Ibrahim; Narrated by Bahni Turpin from Brilliance Publishing
“I read this book in print back in 2012 and if I remember right I read it in Bahni’s voice so was very happy to listen to the real thing. Bahni Turpin’s narration was amazing; she is such a great narrator. Every character has their own voice and her male voices are great too. She makes this story come to life and embodies every character and makes them real.” ~ Miss Susie