Archive for the ‘voiceovers’ Category

 

News and a New Outlook

April 6th, 2015Posted by Veronica

Math says that it’s been three months and twenty-four days since the last post over here. Did I do that on purpose? Maybe, but a new post is long overdue. Lots of things have happened. Those who keep up with me via Facebook or Twitter have seen events unfold over the past four months with […]

Community-Induced Self-Doubt

December 4th, 2014Posted by Veronica

One of the biggest truths for my students to swallow is that I fake extroversion on a daily basis. The energetic instructor with a touch of geek-snark and a willingness to use a viral video to make a point would be just as comfortable sitting at a table in the campus cafe with her coffee, […]

Reading Erotica Sans Pseudonym

August 29th, 2014Posted by Veronica

This might come as a surprise to some people who only know me for narrating the Secret World Chronicle series, or The Ballad of Iron Percy, or The Diary of Jill Woodbine. But… I narrate erotica. And I do it under my own name. And, guess what? I consider it one of my talents when […]

Getting Over the Fear of “Again?”

June 3rd, 2014Posted by Veronica

The first five months of this year have been nothing less than wildly successful when it comes to voiceovers and narration. One season of Secret World Chronicle, the podcast of the novel Broken, fullcast lines for Crudrat and Hidden Harbor Mysteries, short stories for a whirlwind of fiction magazines and private projects, and two finished […]

Working on the Brand

May 29th, 2014Posted by Veronica

Balticon 48 provided a lot of tricks, tips, and topics for the blog. Due to my schedule, there were several panels that I wanted to attend but couldn’t due to my being on another panel at the same time. For the panels I was able to attend, I took a lot of notes and tried […]

On Balticon 48

May 27th, 2014Posted by Veronica

From Thursday to Sunday, Balticon and all its associated shenanigans took place at the Hunt Valley Inn north of Baltimore. With overweight luggage and plans for more than a few reading opportunities, I arrived on Thursday afternoon with plans to mingle with creatives who I only see once a year. Thursday’s preview of Balticon gave […]

Balticon 48 – My Schedule

May 21st, 2014Posted by Veronica

So, you want to find me at Balticon? It’s not difficult; I’ll be around the con, chilling at the bar with my coffee, gigglesnorting at jokes and catching up with fellow creatives. Of course, there will be panels and readings, so if you’d like to watch AND listen to me read stuff, this is your […]

Plan Ahead, Damn the Uncertainty

May 20th, 2014Posted by Veronica

Part of being an adult is recognizing the need to plan ahead for more than a day, a week, a month, even a year. Whether you make the choice to take on responsibilities and roles that tag you as ‘grown’ or circumstances of life demand that you step away from childhood, the result involves planning […]

Prepare for Balticon

May 17th, 2014Posted by Veronica

Preparing for Balticon always takes more than a few days. Five days? A week? A fortnight? Let’s face it… the first week of May, I can’t help but start a packing list for the sheer joy of planning for that lovely weekend with creative souls and crazy personalities. There are panels to talk about, launch […]

Another Finished Podcast

April 10th, 2014Posted by Veronica

Yesterday, I finished editing the last episode of the podcast for Broken. Twenty-three episodes, over 90,000 words, and nearly eleven hours of audio, and it’s a podcast. The podcast will finish this Saturday in time to be eligible for this year’s Parsec awards, and that finish will cap an amazing journey with one of the […]