News & Stuff

NEW RELEASE: A Sliver of Redemption

Get your half-orc brotherly mayhem here. My latest narration gig is A Sliver of Redemption (The Half-Orcs, book 5) by best-selling author David Dalglish. This was a really fun read. The half-orc brothers, Harruq and Qurrah Tun, have been through a lot together, and there are epic battles and adventures yet to be had here. … Continue reading NEW RELEASE: A Sliver of Redemption

I Wrote This. And Narrated it.

My latest audiobook release might be a little confusing to those who don't know me. But yes, this book, Headless by Tristram Lowe, is written and narrated by me. Who is this Tristram guy then? Well ... it's me. I mention this briefly on my About page and in a little more detail in the … Continue reading I Wrote This. And Narrated it.

The Amish Heiress

A new audiobook that I narrated has just been released! Play the sample:   The Amish Heiress by Patrick E. Craig was a real pleasure to narrate. It is a well-written book with lots of intrigue and action that you wouldn't expect from an Amish story. As a voice over artist, it was a welcome … Continue reading The Amish Heiress

Anamnesis ~ A Lucid Dreaming Web Series

Anamnesis, a sci-fi web series about lucid dreaming that I was in a few years back just got a very nice shout out from The 7th Matrix. In truth, this was a post from over two years ago, but they just tweeted about it a couple days ago. I hadn't seen this post until then, … Continue reading Anamnesis ~ A Lucid Dreaming Web Series

What’s the Frequency?

The What's the Frequency? audio drama podcast by James Oliva is live now! The first episode dropped today! I play Donald. Grab a blanket and a mug of hot chocolate—perhaps a banana split—and gather 'round the radio with the family. The show has begun. What's the Frequency? is... A psychedelic noir audio drama podcast set … Continue reading What’s the Frequency?

Demise of a Devious Neighbor

Just released another audiobook with my narration!  UPDATE ~ Heads up about my performance on this audiobook: I made a mistake in accepting this book due to the author's request that there be no separation between the voices. I take full responsibility, but the result is that I have gotten some bad reviews saying things … Continue reading Demise of a Devious Neighbor