Maggie Vaults Over the Moon


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‘Fabulous’ Review for Tavia Gilbert’s ‘Maggie’

Voice actress Tavia Gilbert earned an outstanding review for her performance of Maggie Vaults Over the Moon.Voice actress Tavia Gilbert has received another outstanding review for her performance of Maggie Vaults Over the Moon by Grant Overstake, this time from prolific reviewer Jennie Mortarotti on her blog, Narrator Reviews and Audiobooks

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Jennie Moratorotti

Jennie Mortarotti

If you haven’t had the pleasure of listening to an audiobook read by Tavia Gilbert, do yourself a treat and listen to any of the 300 audiobooks she has narrated. Ms. Gilbert has a beautiful voice and reading style. Her male characters are simply amazing, to the point you forget that only one person is reading. Ms Gilbert’s artful interpretation of each character regardless of age or gender is superb. Words fail to express the powerful presentation Ms.Gilbert accomplishes narrating this book. Continue reading


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Voice Actress and Author Share ‘Maggie’ Review Spotlight

Reviewer Kira Moody is Youth Services Librarian at the Salt Lake City Library.

Reviewer Kira Moody is Youth Services Librarian at the Salt Lake City Library.

Prolific voice actress Tavia Gilbert and premiering author Grant Overstake share the spotlight in a 4.5-star review of the audiobook version of Maggie Vaults Over the Moon. 

Tavia Gilbert

Tavia Gilbert

The reader and writer make “a great duo” according to reviewer Kira Moody, Youth Services Librarian the Salt Lake County Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Moody writes, “Narrator Tavia Gilbert brings her long list of experience to a well-written book. The characters are well-developed and are easily brought to life with Tavia’s unique voices.”

Moody’s is the first national review for the new audiobook, which was released on March 31st by Blackstone Audio, the nation’s largest independent audiobook distributor.

Grant Overstake

Grant Overstake

The young adult novel Maggie Vaults Over the Moon is the story of Maggie Steele, a gritty farm girl who rebounds after a family tragedy, soaring to new heights as a pole-vaulter.

Moody writes, “The handling of a hard topic [teenage grief] amongst the backdrop of school life is easily navigated and is tactfully done.” Continue reading