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Fictional Novel Audiobook Narration

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Description

An excerpt from a fictional novel. The read is light, and smooth with two characters portrayed in this sample: a husband and his wife.

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)

Accents

North American, US Mid-Atlantic

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Mary interrupted Robbie's thoughts, mirroring her husband's epiphany. Did you feel the repelling force of everything? Stand was saying. I couldn't wait to get out of there another minute, and my brain might have exploded from listening to all that gloom, hostility and cynicism. I was just thinking the same thing, said Robbie. Maybe that's what I was doing when I wasn't getting any new clients. Maybe my unhappy thinking was repelling them. Robbie was fascinated by the truth of what Mary recognized in their experience with Stan. Negativity really did have a repelling effect. Then it occurred to him what she said, Hey, wait, I didn't know you had so much insight into this subject. Mary. Well, I guess this is a good time to tell you I've been learning from Caroline, she admitted. She gives workshops about using our thoughts, words and actions to claim the life we desire. Did you know she does that? And you should give workshops, but I thought she taught goal setting, he said, laughing at his mistake. I attended one of her workshops, and she's an amazing teacher. Mary's eyes widen Issue realized what was happening. Oh my God, I can't believe this, Robbie. I had no idea. You know anything about this stuff either. How long when smiling? Robbie said, Do you remember that time you went grocery shopping with the last of our money? Mary nodded. It all started that day. Why didn't you tell me? She asked. Robbie took a deep breath. Well, if I'm being honest with both you and myself, I didn't say anything for two reasons. First, I was just dipping my toe in the water, testing it, and I didn't want to tell you until I made up my mind about it. Second and more likely the reason I procrastinated saying anything to you. I was too embarrassed to tell you. Considering how out spoken I've been about not accepting anything that can't be proven, you'll be happy to know that my father has really helped open my eyes about how my skepticism has held me back over the years. Wow. You're kind of blowing my mind here.