Jennifer D. Ledford was a born performer. Acting and singing since she was just a wee lass, she has been honing her character skills her entire life. From acting out Monty Python sketches with her older brother, to several years of speech and debate tournaments and theatre school, to chasing her four sons around the house using made up personas, she has developed a great flexibility in her voice. Jennifer brings a vast array of tones and timbres and a keen sense of humor to her performances as she strives to bring each writer's creation to life.
Check out the latest Shelf Addiction interview! On today's podcast episode I'm interviewing audiobook narrator Jennifer Ledford. Come along as she shares with us some of her experiences recording Out of the Soylent Planet by Robert Kroese.
Interstellar con man Rex Nihilo has a price tag on his head. Railroaded into smuggling a shipment of contraband corn to a planet short on food, Rex finds himself on the run from an insidious corporation named Ubiqorp, which reaps obscene profits by keeping planets dependent on shipments of synthetic rations. When Rex and his long-suffering robot companion Sasha are sentenced to work as slave labor on a massive Ubiqorp plantation, they learn the terrible secret behind the corporation's products. To escape, Rex and Sasha team up with a mis-programmed combat drone and an intelligent mutant plant to lead a rebellion against their merciless corporate overlords.
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