If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.
Henry David Thoreau
I began recording audiobooks in 2013 and have recorded books in nearly every genre.
In 2018 I was nominated as a finalist for a coveted Audie Award for my narration of Daisy Miller by Henry James, in the category of Classics/Literary Fiction.
I currently live in both NYC and in the Catskill Mountain region of New York where I have a home studio.
Click on the book covers below for more information about my books.
Upcoming Projects: Soon to be Released
Main Street by Sinclair Lewis
100th Anniversary Edition
Aside from being the top selling book of 1920, a Pullitzer Prize nominee and making Sinclair Lewis the first American to win The Nobel Prize for Literature, it is still astonishingly current in it's depiction of how Americans view immigrants, capitalism, socialism, religion, women and education.
Main Street is synonymous with Middle America and there has never been a better time than now to understand the "incubator" that has fed the evolution of our American values.
With the release this audiobook in honor of the 100th Anniversary of it's publication a new print version will also be released complete with the artwork of the great Grant Wood.
Publisher: Post Hypnotic Press
by Michelle Cagan CPA
A comprehensive and easy-to-understand guide to the ins and outs of retirement planning—the key resource for creating a retirement you can live on!
Publisher: Simon and Schuster Audio
Designed for Digital:
How to Architect Your Business for Sustained Success
This book offers an essential guide for retooling organizations for digital success. In the digital economy, rapid pace of change in technology capabilities and customer desires means that business strategy must be fluid. As a result, the authors explain, business design has become a critical management responsibility. Effective business design enables a company to quickly pivot in response to new competitive threats and opportunities. Publisher: Gilden Media
Youth and The Bright Medusa
by Willa Cather
Pulitzer Prize winning author Willa Cather is known for her stories about frontier life on the Great Plains. But this short story collection about cosmopolitan New York City shows her more whimsical side.
This collection contains the following stories:
The Diamond Mine, A Gold Slipper, Scandal, Paul's Case, A Wagner Matinee,The Sculptors Funeral, A Death in The Desert.
Publisher: Spoken Realms
Mic: Neuman TLM 103
Interface/PreAmp: Audient iD22
Computer: Mac Mini (dedicated)
Software: Twisted Wave, Reaper
Daisy Miller by Henry James
Narrator Kitty Hendrix deftly transports listeners to the aristocratic echelon of Europe in this 1879 classic. American Frederick Winterbourne and his Aunt Costello are at a hotel in Switzerland when he observes the beautiful young American of the title. Hendrix outdoes herself with both male characters during an amusing conversation between Daisy’s younger brother, Randolph, and Winterbourne, who is seeking to learn all about her. Hendrix's rendering of the opulent setting gives listeners a glimpse of a bygone era as Daisy dates Winterbourne and an Italian suitor named Giovanelli, which shocks almost everyone. Most aghast is Aunt Costello, who is portrayed perfectly as the old-fashioned snob she is. Class and cultural differences don’t matter to Daisy, who resents everyone's interference. Hendrix is spot-on with an array of accents, Winterbourne's and Giovanelli's reactions to Daisy, and the tragic conclusion. S.G.B. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine
Edgar Allan by John Neufeld
This audio production of a book published nearly 50 years ago could be dismissed as sounding like a teacher reading to her class. After all, Kitty Hendrix is narrating a first-person account of a preteen boy. Young Michael, who is white, recounts a few months in his family's life when they foster a black toddler named Edgar, who changes the family members' views of each other at the same time that they're judged by their small community.
Hendrix's voice is mellow enough to let the text--including Michael's observations and confrontations--remain central. This is more than a middle-grade story about race. Hendrix's sensitive delivery invites thoughts about the way the family handles pressure from without--and from within--as well as the lingering questions of "difference." M.P.P. © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine
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