Portion of Chapter ONE. Voiced the entire audio for this fiction. Characters included all ages, genders, and accents.
Young Adult (18-35)
North American (General)
North American (US Western)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
I should have been better prepared. Well now I can see things are definitely not okay holly jumped. Oh it's just my mover. They broke down and our truck full of furniture is stuck on the side of the road. Oh no Ruth commiserated. What Dylan said instantly, teary and worried. Did they lose all my stuff? It's just a delay, buddy, holly said, ruffling his hair. They're coming tomorrow. What are you going to sleep on in the meantime? Ruth asked the floor. I guess, Polly answered. It's just one night. Absolutely not. I won't hear of it, Ruth declared I'll have my son deacon run some sleeping bags by tonight and don't even try to talk me out of it. I've been told I'm a stubborn woman. She left out loud at her own joke. Right, I'll, she asked the man at the counter. They don't make them any stubborn. Er He agreed with a smile and a twinkle in his impossibly blue eyes, wow again. So kind of you ruth! I feel like I'm already starting this friendship in the whole. She smiled. Don't worry sweetheart. Come Wintertime. I'll find plenty of ways for you to pay me back
Child, Girl Next Door, Grandmother, Mother, Old Man, Calm, Concerned, Low Pitched, Narrator, Smooth, Soothing, Trustworthy, Warm, Charismatic, North American (General), North American (US Western)