Published in 2017, American Wolf is a true story about the wolfpacks that roam Yellowstone National Park and the hunters ready to kill those wolves who cross the Park's borders. This brief excerpt by Chuck Wolf is a demonstration only of his voice delivery for recording this Non-fiction genre of audiobooks.
Published in 1999, Tripwire is the third novel in the Jack Reacher series about an ex-Army Major in the Military Police who retires and disappears "off the grid". This brief excerpt by Chuck Wolf is a demonstration only of his voice delivery for recording this Fiction Suspense/Thriller genre of audiobooks.
Published in 2008, Born To Read by Judy Sierra is a children's picture book that tells the tale tale about Sam, a boy who grows up, learning and loving to read books. This brief excerpt by Chuck Wolf is a demonstration only of his voice delivery for this Children's genre of audiobooks.
The Great Gatsby stands as the supreme achievement of F. Scott Fitzgerald's career. Meet the mysteriously wealthy Jay Gatsby, the beautiful Daisy Buchanan, and a home full of lavish parties. Chuck Wolf narrates an excerpt from the final chapter in this quintessential Jazz Age story.
First published in 1927, The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes is the last collection of classic mysteries written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Chuck Wolf narrates an excerpt from "The Problem of Thor Bridge" as Holmes' biographer and faithful companion, Dr. John Watson, begins the short story.
First published in 1876, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is a nostalgic return to the simple, rural Missouri world of Tom Sawyer, his half-brother Sid Sawyer, his Aunt Polly, and his friend Huckleberry Finn. Chuck Wolf narrates an excerpt from Chapter 9 of this Young Adult Fiction classic.
This General Demo will let you hear the range of voice delivery that Chuck Wolf can bring to your project.
This demo includes seven 20-30 second audio excerpts from commercials, news, marketing, training, travel, and video Voice-Overs (VO) narrated by Chuck Wolf and produced by Jim Conlan at Radio Works in Houston.