Audiobook + Podcast: Young, Authentic, Natural, Engaging



A sample of audiobook narrations ranging from a raw memoir to a young adult fiction mystery. This demo really illustrates a raw conversational read that would appeal to younger listeners or work well for a memoir or self-help audiobook!

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)


North American (General)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
I remember that I had finally just hit this wall and I was like, that's it. I'm done. I'm done filling myself with this stuff, this energy, these things that are no longer serving me. It's not serving my dreams or that gnawing feeling at my core. That I'm missing. Something, something about that specific rejection that notice that time was enough, but I didn't know where to start. First thing I called my mom Mom, I am convinced that our most untapped resource is the wisdom of our elders. She's lived through a lot and also she's hilarious. I know she'd set me straight and also give me that little boost of self esteem that only a grandparent is capable of offering, especially when you're the favorite. There was a look in his eyes that made her second guess herself. I only meant that it's okay, he mumbled. She started for the door and began to slide into our purple clogs. He got up and handed her a jacket. His assistance in her leaving was only further assurance that she'd overstayed her welcome again. Out on the stoop. She shuttered. In the early spring air. Shadows began to loom and stretch past the planters on the stairs and it made her sad being up this early or this late. It always made her sad. It was that strange part of early morning where some psychopaths are already on their morning jog, but it's still too early to grab a coffee anywhere Boy. She needed one Nia quickly packed her Fannie pack with the essentials, flashlight, house keys, cell phone and some mace. She probably wouldn't need the mace, but it was her first time going undercover and it made her feel safer. When she arrived at the school, she could see Caroline waiting in the wet lacrosse field and the moon was high Caroline motion for Nia to crouch down next to her. They waited in the field silently until they finally saw what they've been waiting for. A light flashed on in dr cooper's office. A full figured shadow made its way from the door to the bookcase behind his desk. It's him, whispered Nia, We've got to capture this Caroline was shaking and Nia wasn't sure if it was the wet field or something else. Did you bring your camera.