Elizabeth’s newest release is Straight Up Irish, the first book in the Murphy Brothers series by Magan Vernon, produced by Bee Audio, and now available at Audible! Elizabeth shares narration on this contemporary romance with Richard Sawyer. They will be co-narrating the other two books in the series this fall.
A fake wedding between a billionaire and an executive assistant in need of financial help sounds like the perfect fix, but what happens when feelings get involved?
Elizabeth’s latest release is a collection of short stories: Dianne Ascroft’s Dancing Shadows, Tramping Hooves, produced for Findaway Voices. This audiobook is now available at Audible. Elizabeth previously narrated Ms. Ascroft’s creepy story An Unbidden Visitor, which has garnerd multiple 5-star reviews at Audible.
Dancing Shadows, Tramping Hooves is a collection of half a dozen short stories. Tales of outsiders who discover they belong, a humorous slice-of-life yarn, heartwarming love stories, and a tale of taming fear. The shadows are on the wall, in the heart and clouding a woman’s memories while tangible foes tramp through the physical landscape.
The stories were previously printed individually in a variety of publications, including Ireland’s Own magazine, Dead Ink Books’ website, and the writing collections Fermanagh Miscellany and Tuesdays at Charlie’s.
Elizabeth is proud to announce the release of The Girl Who Sat by the Ashes, a Cinderella tale by Padraic Colum, now available at Audible. This audiobook was produced through Listen2aBook, and Elizabeth has plans to release more public domain titles (by authors like Edith Wharton and Louisa May Alcott) in 2016.
This Irish version of the Cinderella story is a classic fairy tale as you have never heard it before. Master storyteller and folklorist Padraic Colum creates a completely unique world of enchanted woods, marauding giants, gossiping geese, and a supernatural cloak made of crow feathers. Through her many adventures, Maid-Alone, Colum’s heroine, remains steadfast in her quiet strength and wisdom. Listeners of all ages will enjoy this magical retelling of a familiar legend.