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Poll: Read me a story....

Who do you want reading your Audible audiobooks to you?

Narrate your answer here.

Make Your Choice

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    Stephen King

    Fiction authors like Stephen King, who don't rely on creating separate and distinct voices for each character in the book but lets his story pull the reader in. He reads the book with his own distinct voice.
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    Neil Gaiman at an event for Stardust (2007)

    Fiction authors like Neil Gaiman, whose voice acting skills make the reader wonder why the author doesn't do more outside voiceover work. They create distinct voices and speech patterns for each character in their book.
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    Roy Dotrice

    Distinguished character actors like Roy Dotrice, who is said to have created over 500 distinct voices so far in his narration of George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series of novels.
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    Wil Wheaton and Chris Hardwick in The Wil Wheaton Project (2014)

    Former child-stars who didn't quite transition into Hollywood stardom entering young adulthood but found a different kind of success like supergeek, Wil Wheaton, etc.... They found a new found treasure of talent and fame through social media, etc....
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    Meryl Streep

    My narration should be Oscar worthy like Meryl Streep or another Oscar nominated/winning actor.
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    Sarah Silverman

    Stand-up comedians reading their own life stories like Sarah Silverman, who tell the bestest stories.
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    Sarah Vowell in The Incredibles (2004)

    History supernerds like Sarah Vowell.
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    Ira Glass

    Radio personalities like Ira Glass, whose face was made for radio or so I've heard.
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    Doris Kearns Goodwin

    Distinguished talking-heads like Pulitzer Prize-winning writers like Doris Kearns Goodwin.
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    Maya Angelou

    Spoken word virtuosos like Maya Angelou.
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    Peter Falk and Fred Savage in The Princess Bride (1987)

    I want a loving member of my family or a good friend to read me a book for my storytime.
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    The Ninth Gate (1999)

    Give me a physical book to grasp in my hands. I don't need anyone to do my reading for me.

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