Another double feature today! Jeffrey Kafer offers The Monkey’s Paw, by W.W. Jacobs, and is featured over at Kent Holloway’s blog, and Peter Berkrot offers The Diamond as Big as the Ritz, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, and is meeting up with Jen Forbus at Jen’s Book Thoughts. Be sure to check them both out!
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The Monkey’s Paw by W.W. Jacobs is the classic frightening tale of being granted 3 wishes, but at an enormous price….
Jeffrey Kafer is an award-winning audiobook narrator and voice over professional living in Seattle. He has narrated over 100 titles from fiction to nonfiction, independents to bestsellers
When Mississippi born and bred John T. Unger is invited to spend the summer at his New England prep school pal’s home “in the west”, he discovers a home more grand than anything in his wildest imagination! That turns out to be just the tip of the diamond, in a story that quickly veers through the brilliance of sun and stone into the darker corners of human nature.
A veteran of stage and screen, Peter Berkrot’s career spans four decades. Perhaps best known for his iconic role in CADDYSHACK, other screen highlights include LOOSIES, AMERICA’S MOST WANTED, ShowTime’s BROTHERHOOD and the ill fated series THE WATERFRONT opposite Mary Stuart Masterson. Berkrot was the Director of Narration in the Emmy nominated, THE TRUTH ABOUT CANCER. His voice is currently making the rounds in the documentary TWO WHO DARED And the animated film SILVER CIRCLE. He has recorded 130 audiobooks as well as over 100 for children and was nominated in 2012 for an Audie. He currently holds three Earphones Awards.
Jen has been blogging at Jen’s Book Thoughts for five years and is now a full-time freelancer in a variety of areas: web work, social media, book reviewing and interviewing. In a previous life she taught high school English then worked with adult professional development at the National Association of College Stores. Besides her obsession with books and audiobooks, she loves animals, crafting, walking and warm weather. Why the stork dropped her in northeast Ohio is still a mystery!