Author: Jennifer

JIAM: Sophia’s Aha Moments in Audio Listening

JIAM: Sophia’s Aha Moments in Audio Listening

Posted June 16, 2017 by Jennifer in Blogger Guest Post | 11 Comments

    My Aha Moments In Audio Listening   My first listening experience with audio books was in August of 2014.  Although, come to think on it… it could be argued that it started when I was a child of six or seven sitting on the floor of my room engrossed in a book on a record.  “When you hear the chimes, please turn the page…” But yes, 2014, I chose Outlander by Diana Gabaldon and narrated by the incomparable Davina Porter.  It took me nearly three months to listen to all 32 hours and 43 minutes of the beast.  Incidentally, that’s the one to snag if you want to get your free Audible trial credit’s worth.  Haha!  But at that point, I thought, wow, […]


Dirty by Kylie Scott + Narrator Interview with Andi Arndt

Dirty by Kylie Scott + Narrator Interview with Andi Arndt

Posted June 14, 2017 by Jennifer in Book Review, Narrator Interviews | 5 Comments

    NARRATOR INTERVIEW     First, congrats to Andi for winning 2017 Audie award for her narration on Dirty in the Romance category. Dirty is my first Kylie Scott novel and it was a good experience. I have her Flesh series on audio so that will most likely be my next listen. After listening to Dirty I’ll have to check out Scott’s Stage Dive series. Dirty was a fun listen while doing yard work, too bad I wasn’t laying by a pool instead of mowing. Any story that starts off where the heroine is a run away bridge after finding out the groom to be is gay and the bride is the last to know is going have some drama. But when side bride […]


Narrator Interview with Michael Crouch

Narrator Interview with Michael Crouch

Posted June 12, 2017 by Jennifer in Narrator Interviews | 3 Comments

Please welcome narrator Michael Crouch to The Book Nympho   Can you walk us through your prep work for a narration project? Do you prepare any notes to help decide the tone and voice to give a character when there’s not a clear description of their voice in the novel (when they do not have a distinct accent)?   Thank you for asking! I’m so happy you’re interested. My process begins by giving the book a thorough read, bookmarking characters as they’re introduced, looking up unfamiliar words or references, and making marks that will help me read aloud with as few stumbles as possible. Once I finish reading the book, I write a Gut Response to the story. This could be anything from a few […]


Feel Me by Cecy Robson

Feel Me by Cecy Robson

Posted June 10, 2017 by Jennifer in Book Review | 3 Comments

I’ve been waiting for Declan and Melissa’s story ever since they first met in the first book in the O’Brien Family series, Once Kissed. Declan didn’t make the best of first impressions that day. LOL Feel Me focuses on the next to the oldest O’Brien sibling of 7 kids, Declan. He is an Assistant District Attorney who had his eyes set on being the youngest District Attorney and then Mayor. He doesn’t believe in love and never wanted a relationship or family of his own after seeing how “love” ruined by his mother and father’s marriage when he was a kid. Melissa had a rough childhood because of her mother and her hearing impairment. After she was adopted by her dad the current District Attorney her life took a turn […]


2017 Audiobook Challenge UPDATE

2017 Audiobook Challenge UPDATE

Posted June 9, 2017 by Jennifer in Misc | 4 Comments

Sign up HERE It’s the halfway point of the 2017 Audiobook Challenge. Check out what we’ve listened to so far this year.   Jennifer (reviewed on the blog) All audios (include ones not reviewed on the blog) Jennifer: 2017 Audiobook Challenge Jennifer’s top recommendation   Jonetta (reviewed on the blog)   All audios (include ones not reviewed on the blog) Jonetta: 2017 Audiobook Challenge Jonetta’s top recommendation   Anne (reviewed on the blog)   All audios (include ones not reviewed on the blog) Anne: 2017 Audiobook Challenge Anne’s top recommendation    


In His Keeping by Maya Banks

In His Keeping by Maya Banks

Posted June 8, 2017 by Jennifer in Book Review | 0 Comments

                    read it, track it is a way for me to track books for my reading challenges and the reviews will be super short. In His Keeping followings a story about another heroine with a supernatural ability, telekinetic powers. The story opens up with one couple who seems to be the main characters but they are actually Arial’s parents and we get see her use her powers for the first time. Fast forward and we see an adult Arial deal with her life in danger and her parents have gone missing. Arial seeks help from Devereaux Security, since her father told her if she ever needs help she is find the Devereaux brothers. She and Beau have an instant-a-lust connection that […]


Narrator Interview + Giveaway with Amy Landon

Narrator Interview + Giveaway with Amy Landon

Posted June 7, 2017 by Jennifer in Giveaway, JIAM, Narrator Interviews | 4 Comments

  Welcome Amy Landon to The Book Nympho   Since this a narrator interview why not listen to Amy answer the Q&A? Sit back and listen while Amy takes you on a journey. Oh wait she’s not narrating a book, just answering some silly questions I threw at her. But really there’s some great stuff in the clip below. Listen carefully because in order to enter the giveaway below you will need to answer a question about one of Amy’s answers.         Giveaway Tantor Audio is giving away 3 AUDIO CDs of The Veil by Chloe Neill, narrated by Amy Landon. US ONLY a Rafflecopter giveaway About Amy Landon Amy Landon is a classically trained actress with numerous off-Broadway, film, and television credits. Her […]


Talking Between Reads (TBR): Top 5 Beach Listens

Talking Between Reads (TBR): Top 5 Beach Listens

Posted June 5, 2017 by Jennifer in Giveaway, Talking Between Reads | 7 Comments

Talking Between Reads (TBR) is a monthly discussion post where we talk about different topics from books to blogging and anything else we think you guys might enjoy. Stop by for new topics.   June signals two things to me. Summer and audiobook month. So why not put the two together?! You may have heard of the term “beach read” and like me you might have wondered what makes a book a “beach read”. When I looked the term up I found things like “easily digestible”, “happy endings”, “fun and fast to read”, etc. Some people might say a beach read is a fluffy read. I think of them as fun and entertaining. I’m not a huge fan of the beach (sand, hot, birds, other people’s kids) […]