Cure and Parents Audiobook

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Cure and Parents Audiobook 
This is a book for parents about how to build trust with your children. This is a story interspersed with teaching. We would like to hear the voice-over done with an attempt at differentiating the voices, but not a full on dramatization. The section we have included has the four main characters. There are approx 10 characters in the book. This book jumps off from our well-received​ books The Cure, Ascent of a Leader and Bo's Cafe which can be found on Amazon. 
2016-08-23 23:14:47 GMT
2016-09-02 15:00:00 (GMT -07:00) Arizona 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - USD 1800
38000 WORDS
English - USA and Canada
Not defined
Young Adult Female AND Middle Age Female
• Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud
• Deliver edited and finished voice tracks
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The voice seeker is willing to hire either union or non-union talents for this project

Script Details

By six they’ve started working their way down the street towards the wharf. After sampling Styrofoam cups of clam chowder at the entrances of several restaurants, they walk into the “Old Fisherman’s Grotto.” It’s one of the nicest and oldest restaurants on the pier. Jim’s family used to eat here each time in Monterey.

While waiting for their meals, Sarah says, “Alright, everyone, name your best meal on the trip so far.”

Jim proudly proclaims it was the sandwich he made at Morro Bay. Jim likes the way he makes sandwiches. Sarah liked the pizza in Newport Beach. Madison argues that the cream puffs at the donut shop near her grandparent’s house should be everyone’s favorite.

Aiden responds, “Here.”

Madison rolls her eyes. “What? We haven’t even eaten yet! Aiden, you're so lame!”

And the moment she says it, she regrets it.

He is embarrassed, feeling like the stupid little brother. Again.

As Aiden has gone quieter in the last several years, the other three have sort of unconsciously gone on without him. At first, they just covered for him, trying to not make him feel embarrassed for being so quiet. They all naturally just kept telling stories, loudly arguing and giving their opinions. All except Aiden. But now it has become normal. For everyone except Aiden. He just feels increasingly embarrassed, stupid, and small.

Aiden gets one word out: “Nevermind.”

Sarah touches his arm. “Aiden, your sister was the lame one. So, why is this your favorite place?

“I don’t know.”

“I’m sorry, Aiden. Mom’s right. I’m the lame one. Why is this your favorite place?”


“Come on, Aiden. Why?”

After a few seconds more, Aiden says, “Because we’re all happy.”

Everyone knows Aiden is right. This family has not been very happy lately. At least not at the same time. Not in a long time.

The podcast woman said earlier that the most critical relational development time in a child’s life is age nine to ten.

Sarah’s thinks, “That’s Aiden. Right in the middle of the most critical period of his life. And he’s the one least spoken to or listened to.

“Aiden,” Sarah says, as she turns back to her son, “What makes it happy in our family?”

Each of them would like to know his answer.

“You and dad don't have very much fun.” Jim can’t believe what he says.

“You’re right. Keep showing us how to have fun, Aiden,” adds Jim. “Even if it means you and I have to gross your sister out.”

This makes everyone but Madison smile and gets the awkwardness off of Aiden.

“Ok, dad. I’ll try.” 
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