January LaVoy is an award-winning audiobook narrator, and she’s here to talk about her work on Victory’s Price, the conclusion of Alexander Freed’s Alphabet Squadron Trilogy. Punch it!
This is the first of a two-part conversation, and in this part, we’ll be talking about conventions (the live event kind), her process in preparing for narration in general and Victory’s Price in specific, her take on the story of Victory’s Price, and the characters she found fun or challenging to perform…
Here’s her official bio:
An Audiofile Magazine “Golden Voice” since May 2019, January has an extensive body of work in both narration and commercial voiceover. With hundreds of audiobook titles to her credit, she has received more than thirty Earphones Awards, eighteen Audie Award nominations (including seven wins), and was named Publishers Weekly’s “Audiobook Narrator of the Year” for 2013. Her voice has been heard in national campaigns for products such as Revlon, Toll House, United Health Care, Dannon, Asthma.com, Home Depot, and Obama for America.
January’s tweets are protected, but she does screen and welcome new followers:
And you can also keep up with her work at JanuaryLaVoy.com!