Non-Fiction Audiobook Narration

Non-Fiction Audiobook Narration

The world has become so digitized that audiobooks are increasingly becoming extremely popular. This explains why voice-overs for audiobooks are also becoming a huge phenomenon. Gary has been successfully producing audiobooks for years.

With the experiences he has acquired over the years, he can confidently narrate your book in a way that will engage your listeners. Gary’s  goal is to bring life to your audiobook so that your listeners will stay glued even when they are multitasking.

He’s also a versatile individual who can switch tone and voice to different tones such as the friendly, gritty, formal, warm, laid back, or high energy to specifically fit your manuscript.

Gary will accept scripts of various formats, including doc, Docx, Xls, xlsx, ppt, and ppt, etc. Nevertheless, he deliver audios in the preferred format suggested by the client.

You can rest assured Gary will deliver an excellent voiceover that will supersede your expectations given that he will work in a professional studio environment and use top-quality professional equipment.

Call Gary now at 530-552-1196 or send an email to or use the contact button below for information on your audiobook voiceover.

Non-fiction Audiobooks


Non-fiction audiobooks are books read aloud that are based on true stories. Although the audiobook narrator may add their own interpretation to the story being told, they do not change the events that occurred. This makes non-fiction audiobooks a great option for those who are looking to learn something new, as they can hear the story directly from the person who experienced it.

Non-fiction audiobooks can provide an interesting perspective on current events. By listening to an audiobook about a topic that you are interested in, you can learn more about it from someone who has first-hand knowledge. This can be a great way to gain a new perspective on things, and you may even find that you have more in common with the author than you thought.

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A Few of the Celebrity Audiobook Narrators


Famous non-fiction audiobook narrators are people who have a unique way of telling a story. They can make you feel like you are right there in the moment, living the experience with them.

Some of these narrators include:

  • George Guidall has a unique way of bringing the story to life and making you feel like you are right there in the moment, living the experience with him. Some of his most famous audiobooks include: “The Diary of Anne Frank” and “The Life of Pi”. George was awarded the Audio Publishers Association Lifetime Achievement Award.
  • Jim Dale is another famous narrator who has won numerous awards, including a Grammy, for his work as a narrator. Some of his most famous audiobooks include: “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone”, “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets”, and “Harry Potter. He was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire in 2003 by Queen Elizabeth II.
  • Cassandra Campbell has narrated a variety of audiobooks, including: “The Help”, “Gone Girl”, and “The Girl on the Train”. She does a great job of capturing the emotions of the characters and making you feel like you are right there in the story. She was inducted into Audible’s inaugural Narrator Hall of Fame.
  • Scott Brick is a well-known narrator who has worked on a variety of audiobooks. He has a great voice that is perfect for audiobooks and he does a great job of bringing the characters to life. Some of his most famous audiobooks include: “The Martian” and “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”. Scott has narrated over 900 audiobooks, winning him over 50 Earphone Awards, two Audies, and a Grammy nod.


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