The amazing Tavia Gilbert, narrator and producer of the soon-to-be-released audiobook, Maggie Vaults Over the Moon, is once again in the industry’s spotlight — this time in the current issue of AudioFile Magazine.
In a a glowing feature profile, writer Jessie C. Grearson describes Gilbert as “…a narrator known for her talent and passionate professionalism, [who] has voiced more than 300 titles across genres, garnering the industry’s highest honors, including six Audie nominations and an assortment of Earphones Awards.”
Gilbert explains in fascinating detail the great lengths she goes to when preparing herself to perform a book on audio. Grearson writes, “A glimpse into her process makes her success seem inevitable. She approaches each narration with great care…”
According to Maggie author Grant Overstake, “The article echoes what I’ve been saying all along about Tavia Gilbert. She’s a great talent and a great person, and her performance of Maggie is simply remarkable.
“I can’t wait for March 31st, when everyone can experience it for themselves.”
In addition to being sold Online through Downpour.com, the audiobook is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, Indigo Books & Music, Indiebound and many other sites. The title also will be introduced to over 20,000 school and public libraries nationwide. Pre-order the library version on CD at BlackstoneAudio.com.
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