AudioShelf A Podcast for AudioBookWorms


Episode Sixty

Everybody, meet your future Disney princess...

Tiffany Marz | Beyond the Headphones
Teacher. Social Worker. Child Welfare Case Manager. Actor. Singer. Disney Lover. Voice Over Artist. And now Audiobook Narrator. Tiffany Marz has worked tirelessly this past year to showcase her wonderful and well-rounded talent. With a vocal versatility, her voices and narration range from child to adult; man to woman; and guardian angel to adoptable rat. She is truly a force to be reckoned with. Join Britney and Brad as they sit down and chat with Tiffany Marz on dreams, critiques, and perseverance. This is one interview you don't want to miss. Watch out world, Tiffany Marz is coming for you!

October 09, 2017

Episode Fifty-Nine

Interview with Andrea Emmes & Sherry Ficklin

Beyond the Headphones
WARNING: As a listener of this episode, you will fall absolutely in love with Sherry Ficklin and Andrea Emmes. This author and narrator dream team will put a smile on your face that will last for hours! Best selling author, Sherry Ficklin, and Audible Best Selling narrator, Andrea Emmes, shine as they discuss their friendship, love for audiobooks, and their extremely amazing collaboration on The Geek Girl Mystery series. After listening to this episode, run (do not walk) to your nearest Audible and download Playing with Fire, In too Deep, and Digital Horizons and join the discussion about the series everyone SHOULD be talking about!

October 02, 2017

Episode Fifty-Eight

Since when have children books been this dirty...?

Adopting Adele / Angel Sparkles
by Heather Leughmyer / Gail Trauco
Narrated by Tiffany Marz
Tiffany Marz Double Feature
Whether she's narrating adult romance or children's books, Tiffany Marz sets out to give her best performance. Adopting Adele and Angel Sparkles are the first children audiobooks that AudioShelf has ever reviewed, so our listeners are in for a treat. From finding homes of love for cute little unwanted rats, to a little girl believing in guardian angels to help her stop worrying about school, these baby books have it all! Find out of AudioShelf will Shelf one, both, or none of these children's books.

September 25, 2017

Episode Fifty-Seven

The River at Night

by Erica Ferencik
Narrated by Joy Osmanski
Lost. Afraid. Not Naked (Except for Pia). Hunted. Wet. This adventure has it all. Join Britney and Brad as they embark on a dangerous white water rafting excursion that ends with four middle aged women being chased by a sadistic River Lady and her gentle, but deadly son. One of our favorite books of 2017, The River at Night by Erica Ferencik promises to give you chills, thrills, and vicious kills. Sit back, listen, and grab a life vest!

September 18, 2017

Episode Fifty-Six

Shadow of the Crimson Queen

by Eric Radulski
Narrated by Eric Radulski
Once upon a time, Britney and Brad's significant others (Shawn and Eddie, respectively) tried to take over AudioShelf. Their introduction to the episode went over as well as a 16 car pile up. Shadow of the Crimson Queen, a short story about the curse of a man's desire, is the focal point of this episode; however, we dare you to try to think of anything else but Shawn and Eddie's adorable little attempt at an AudioShelf Coup d'├ętat.

September 11, 2017

Episode Fifty-Five

Interview with Jake Urry

Beyond the Headphones
Being able to spend a half hour with the phenomenal Jake Urry was a complete pleasure. As an actor, narrator, producer, and co-founder of Just Some Theatre, Jake has practiced his craft to near-perfection. This interview gives a behind the scenes look at Jake's favorite audiobooks, what he looks for in audiobooks, and some truly adorable goofs he's made starting out in this business. Enjoy our interview and please make your way to his website and social media accounts to give him some love!

September 04, 2017

Episode Fifty-Four

Dancing With a Cowboy

by Sandi Whipple
Narrated by Tiffany Marz
Romance. Comedy. Mystery. Dancing Cowboys. These are the aspects that make any Western novel worth a listen. Lucy, a city lawyer, is forced to take a two week hiatus from the stressful life of law and justice. She thinks the place she's going to will pamper her like a princess; however, she soon realizes that she's going to be put to work at a ranch. There, she not only finds a hard-working, horseback riding, sexy man beast named Stace, but she also finds her true self. Will Lucy leave behind the city life for the ranch life? Or has the Hallmark Channel made a movie similar to this one in which you already know the answer? Find out on today's episode of AudioShelf.

August 28, 2017

Episode Fifty-Three

Greatshadow: The Dragon Apocalypse, Book 1

by James Maxey
Narrated by Jake Urry
The Audiobookworm Review
Grief can make us do many things. For starters, it can make us join a group of savagely dedicated men to hunt down a legendary dragon. Join Britney and Brad as they discuss how a narrator can be an audiobook's "saving grace." Jake Urry gives a performance of a lifetime in Greatshadow, but does the fantasy story deserve such an amazing narrator? Find out on today's episode of AudioShelf.

August 22, 2017

Episode Fifty-Two


by Kimberly Bettes
Narrated by Rick Gregory
When you think of horror novels, what is scary to you? Can you spot writing differences between female and male horror authors? Why do grown adults think it's okay to drink breast milk? These are the questions Brad and Britney answer in this review of the audiobook "Exodus" by Kimberly A. Bettes, narrated by Rick Gregory. Fair warning: graphic language was used in the recording of this episode. There are lots of discussions about the female genitalia that unfortunately a straight girl and a gay guy had to endure throughout this recording. If you are thirsty at any point, please walk to your nearest faucet and drink water, not breast milk. ALSO: Every time we say the word "titty," you have to drink (and make sure it's a strong drink. You're gonna need it for this episode)

August 21, 2017

Episode Fifty-One

The Shadow Queen

by C.J. Redwine
Narrated by Khristine Hvam
Once upon a time there was a princess named Snow White. She was the lamest of them all--with hair as black as night, lips as red as blood, and skin as white as snow (hence the name). Once upon another time, there was another princess with similar physical characteristics named Lorelei Diederich and she was the most badass of them all. Join Britney and Brad as they share their thoughts on CJ Redwine's wickedly original adaption that shows how princesses can kick butt, take names, and still fall in love with the best of them. Sit back, put some headphones on, and enjoy our review of The Shadow Queen.

August 14, 2017