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Dark Rocks



YA Horror (1st person, highschool age, tense, uneasy)
00:00 / 01:40
YA Fantasy (1st person POV, funny, snarky, cat voice)
00:00 / 01:49
Dark Fantasy (1st person, moody, haunting male voice)
00:00 / 02:54
Romance (1st person POV, MF dialogue, nervous, funny)
00:00 / 02:08
Thriller (3rd person, FF dialogue, emotional, serious)
00:00 / 02:56
Gothic Fiction (3rd person, MF dialogue, young child, creepy)
00:00 / 02:05
Horror (3rd person prose, suspenseful and tense)
00:00 / 03:18
Romance (southern accent, MF dialogue, flirtacious, playful)
00:00 / 01:42
Non Fiction (1st person, memoir, paranormal)
00:00 / 01:50



Proficient: American - Southern, American - Boston, General British, British RP

Available with prep : Irish, Scottish, French, German, Russian

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"This was a new to me author and narrator and I was blown away.. the story flowed and the narrator in my opinion was absolutely phenomenal. I loved the different voices used for the characters and I could not stop listening.. I hated for it to end."

Audible Review (Mute by M.L. Nystrom)

"I REALLY liked the narrator, Annalee Scott! Her performance in this was amazing. Her voice work for the character of Holly in particular was SO good. I was listening to this book while walking around my dark house before bed and I had to do a little run to get to bed because I was scared."

NetGalley review (Who Haunts You by Mark Wheaton)

"The audiobook was really, really fabulously good! Annalee Scott has such a pleasant voice that I could listen to her forever. She read incredibly well and breathed a lot of life into all the characters. I especially liked her performance on Rebecca’s hearing, with too much stimulation. Her ticked-off reading AND singing were truly incredible. She was also able to capture the creepiness well and really pulled out everything she could by whispering and hissing. Her pacing was spot on."

NetGalley review (Who Haunts You by Mark Wheaton)

"The narrator helps bring the story to life and make it even better with her different voices for characters. She puts so much emotion into every voice and helps the suspense factor become very real.

NetGalley review (Who Haunts You by Mark Wheaton)

"The audiobook, oh my god, the audiobook was phenomenal. The narrator - Annalee Scott was incredible. Seriously, let me say it again, she had me damn near running to turn on every light in my house the second I heard “You found me” for the first time. She was legitimately incredible for this role. Highly highly highly recommend this one on audio!"

NetGalley review (Who Haunts you by Mark Wheaton)

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