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The Lighthouse at Gimble Point - written by Julie Jepson

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Voice Over • Audiobooks


I wrote 'The Lighthouse At Gimble Point' for my eight year old nephew and recorded the audiobook in London.

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


British (General)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
the crew loved crow. They could look up crow in the nest at the very tip of the 100 ft mast and know instantly what the weather was going to do for the rest of the day. If crow was relaxed with wings and feathers spread and sunglasses, it was going to be sunny and warm. If crow was nestled right in the nest, only beak visible. It was going to be windy. If crow had his feet on the hot water bottle and a scarf, it was going to be cold and if crow was wearing his hat, it was going to rain, better forecasting than the state of the art, met office computer and much more fun to have on board. They had no idea at all where the crow had the least idea in the world that he was a seagull, not a plain old seagull. An oyster catcher poshest of seagulls, crow boasted the whitest of feathers with superb chris black feathers on the tips of the wings and set them off with the brightest oranges beak any bird ever could have wished for in the world. Bright orange legs to match and a pair of natty webbed feet. Crow was stunning.