Amélie Antoine's bestselling debut novel, Interference, was an immediate success when it was released in France, winning the first Prix Amazon de l'auto-édition (Amazon France Self-Publishing Prize) for best self-published e-book. She is also the author of One Night in November, written as "a call to remember," and a memoir, Combien de temps. The Last Laugh of Édouard Bresson is her third novel. Antoine lives in northern France with her husband and two children. Visit her at www.amelie-antoine.com.
Lauren Ezzo, an Earphones Award-winning narrator, is a commercial voice talent and Chicago-based actor and graduate of Hope College. She has acted in Peppermint Creek Theatre Company's world premiere of Or You Could Kiss Me. Her narrations have placed her on several "Best of the Year" lists, including AudioFile's Best Audiobooks of the Year list. In 2018, she was part of a full cast of narrators nominated for the prestigious Audie Award for Best Original Work.
Emily Sutton-Smith is an audiobook narrator, a professional actress, and a classically-trained pastry chef. She has narrated over sixty-five audiobooks and has worked onstage at almost all of Michigan's Equity Theatres. A New York City native, she studied acting at the Atlantic Theatre Company and also holds a Grande Diploma in pastry arts from the International Culinary Center.
Kate Rudd, winner of the 2013 Audie and Odyssey Awards for her narration of John Green's The Fault in Our Stars and multiple Audiofile Magazine Earphones award recipient, has narrated over 250 titles across a variety of genres.
Amy McFadden is a five-time Audie Award Finalist, an Audie Award winner, and has multiple Earphones Awards. The narrator of 400 titles across a wide range of genres, she specializes in mysteries, thrillers, and urban fantasy.
P. J. Ochlan, an Audie Award-winning and multiple AudioFile Earphones Award-winning narrator, has recorded hundreds of audiobooks. His acting career spans more than thirty years and has also included Broadway, the New York Shakespeare Festival, critically acclaimed feature films, and regular roles in television series.
Will Damron has won several Earphones Awards and been a finalist for the prestigious Audie Award for best narration. He has had acting roles off-Broadway and on stage and screen throughout the country.
Jeff Cummings, as an audiobook narrator, has won both an Earphones Award and the prestigious Audie Award in 2015 for Best Narration in Science and Technology. He is also a twenty-year veteran of the stage, having worked at many regional theaters across the country, from A Contemporary Theatre in Seattle and the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta to the Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City and the International Mystery Writers' Festival in Owensboro, Kentucky. He also spent seven seasons with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.