So we’re walking out of the bank, after giving the title company all of our money, and the dude from the title company, who had come to pick the check up, says, “The two days of Texas winter are coming.”
Speaking of dark and broody, folks on Facebook fan page are discussing options for a narrator for Hugh’s audio book. If you want to join in the recommendation fun, post link to narrators here, in the comments. Hugh’s reader needs to have range, because Hugh goes from polite and charming to cold killer in half a second. He needs to sound like an adult man in his thirties or forties. Don’t laugh. Some narrators sound too young or too old. Being able to do a female voice would be a big plus.
Since the book is split between male and female point of view, do you like when there are two narrators, a man and a woman, doing separate parts, or would you prefer a single narrator throughout? Inquiring public wants to know.
Update: Guys, Richard Armitage would be prohibitively expensive. We’re looking for audio narrator.