2nd Series Book Female Voice Talent ZD1740455
This is the second book in a series with a word count of 104,226. This is a novel and we are looking for a younger intriguing sounding VO talent. We pay $125 per finished hour of audio. Finished hour of audio, is fully edited with no mistakes, knowing that everyone makes a few. The rate includes one round of pick ups or edits, which will be listed by chapter, time in audio, name or word, along with phonetic spelling if applicable. We need sample audio as soon as possible as we're trying to get this book underway very quickly.
2016-12-23 15:27:43 GMT
2017-01-03 08:00:00 (GMT -06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)
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Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 15 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 3 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - USD 1300
English - USA and Canada
Young Adult Female
• Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud
There are no special pre-, post-, or production requirements for this project.
The voice seeker is willing to hire either union or non-union talents for this project
The next morning, Rhees woke early and found herself on the mat, the memory of the night before gradually coming back to her. She reached behind her uncertainly, checking to see if Paul lay next to her, the way he had the last few nights. Her hand came up empty. She hated how it all seemed to be unfolding. Were they still friends? Were they back to being enemies? And then she realized it didn’t matter anymore, since she’d be leaving. She sat up and noticed Paul’s pillow next to hers. It hadn’t been there when she’d fallen asleep—alone. It made her feel a little better for a second, but the senselessness of reading anything into it hit her again. He’d sent his message loud and clear and the wound seemed to be deepening by the minute. She wanted her apartment, her bedroom. She needed a shower, a change of clothes, a change of scenery—she needed to get away. And then there were arrangements to be made—packing, a plane ticket to buy, goodbyes to be said—a sad fluttering battered her heart. “Where’re you going?” Paul called from the office as she walked past the door. He didn’t sound gruff and that felt better, but it didn’t eliminate her need to escape. She told herself it was illogical, irrational. Running away from the pain of being sent away didn’t make sense, but it didn’t stop her. “Home. I need to change.” “Wait just a sec, I’ll come with you.” “You don’t need to. I don’t want to be a bother.” He rolled his eyes at her. “I’m coming. Just let me finish this email. I don’t want you walking around alone.” “Okay,” she answered, but she didn’t stop. Overcome with dread at the thought of being near him, the desire to put as much distance between them as possible prevailed. She just kept walking and as soon as she made it around the corner, out of view from the office window, she ran. When Rhees walked into the apartment, Regina confronted her. “Paul called. He is very angry at you.” Regina pulled her phone from her pocket and hit a button. One second later, she said, “She just only walked in . . . Yes . . . looks fine to me . . .” Regina handed the phone to Rhees, but Rhees refused to take it. Regina gave her a look of incredulity. “He would like to talk to you!” Rhees shook her head again and gave Regina a wide-eyed, defiant look. Regina put the phone to her ear again. “She does not want to talk to you . . . I assure you, I do not know why! . . . All right, I will tell her . . . yes, I will. You can count on me, Paul . . . I shall see you later.” She hung up and stared at Rhees. “Paul wants Tracy and I should wait and walk back with you so you do not have to walk alone.” “For crying out loud! I’ve walked back and forth from the shop a million times, alone. You don’t have to wait for me.” “I will not want to disobey that man. This is Paul I am talking about.” “Fine! I may be a while.” Rhees realized how much Regina loved every minute of the situation. She and Paul were on the same side, some kind of secret partnership, making her feel closer to him. It annoyed Rhees and made her want to burst the bubble. “I hope you’re prepared to face Mr. Meanie-Head when we all show up late.” Regina squirmed. Rhees took her time. She wasn’t purposely stalling . . . well, maybe a little. Mostly, she kept thinking of one more thing she just had to do before she could get back to the shop. The list of all she needed to get done before she left the island weighed on her. It overwhelmed her to a breaking point and she finally just lay down on her bed and tried to shut it out. Regina eventually grew too nervous to wait any longer. She’d battled with her options, questioning which would displease Paul the most. The thought of seeing him sooner won over waiting for Rhees to never get back to the shop. She grabbed Tracy for moral support and left.
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