Audiobooks

What can I say? I love them.

I am an award-winning audiobook narrator. I produce imaginative and intelligent reads which draw the listener in, with compelling characters and smooth narration.

As well as working with publishers and production houses, I’ve also recorded for independent authors and am an experienced producer.  I am happy to help guide new indie authors through the self-publishing process on ACX and Findaway and answer questions you might have about the audiobook production process.

Your book is your baby and I will take great care with it.

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a few things I've narrated

The Hollow Sea by Annie Kirby
Everything's Perfect by Nicole Kennedy read by Fran Burgoyne
The Good Wife of Bath by Karen Brooks read by Fran Burgoyne
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The Forevers by Chris Whitaker, read by Fran Burgoyne
The Man on Hackpen Hill by JS Monroe, read by Fran Burgoyne, Sam Stafford and Malk Williams
Snow? By Jo Surman, read by Fran Burgoyne
City of Rust by Gemma Fowler read by Fran Burgoyne
I Don't Like Books. Never. Ever. The End. by Emma Perry, read by Fran Burgoyne
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award-winning narration

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Chaucer's infamous Wife of Bath gets the opportunity to tell her story in this lively audiobook. Fran Burgoyne artfully delivers her performance, tackling the role with high spirits and theatrical verve. Even those unfamiliar with THE CANTERBURY TALES will be engaged by Burgoyne's chipper delivery, lovely accents, and distinctive voices. Never mind that the original tale takes place in the fourteenth century--Burgoyne's performance blends the colorful language of that time with an accessible narration more reminiscent of our time. Beyond that, the story of Eleanor, that good wife of the title, inspires thoughts of women's roles throughout history, and the long roads they have traveled. Eleanor's experiences as presented by Burgoyne are fascinating and transporting. 

L.B.F. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award, © AudioFile 2022