Audiobook Creation & "Frostbite" by E. J. Stevens


We had fun chatting to Melanie about her Company, The Voices in Our Heads, and the books she narrates for Author, E. J. Stevens: 





Thank you for talking to us, Melanie! 😄



MELANIE A. MASON, BFA, MS


Co-Founder

Melanie holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in performance and a Master of Science in Information Science with a Graduate Academic Certificate in storytelling. Her expertise is bringing characters to life, either through performance or direction.

For more than 20 years she has worked in the performance and voice over industry in the southwest, including commercials, audiobooks, documentaries, tours, industrials, film, and anime. She is currently the voice of E. J. Steven’s “Ivy Granger, Psychic Detective.” You can also hear her as “Marl” in Funimation’s “Fairy Tail” and “Mrs. Shimura” in “Kodocha.”


As Audio Producer/Director, she’s responsible for casting and directing. Melanie works side by side with a wonderful team of talented professionals who give clients a “Big time sound experience and small town customer service with a smile. Audio professionals that want to tell your story.”

She is passionate about literature and storytelling. Melanie’s perspective is unique because she has experience with all aspects of analyzing, developing and capturing a performance; from teaching, coaching, acting, and directing, to casting, writing, and even the recording of a character.

About The Voices in Our Heads

The Voices in Our Heads is an audiobook narration company, specializing in duo narration. We offer proofing services, and sound and video creation and support. As founders of TVIOH, Melanie Mason and Haley Richter have over 50 years of combined audio/video production and voiceover/narration experience. We can provide casting, directing, narration, editing, as well as partnering in promotion.



Interested in becoming a narrator?   Contact The Voices in Our Heads here.


Follow Melanie Mason here.
Follow E. J. Stevens here.





Frostbite by E. J. Stevens



This spooky prequel short story is the perfect introduction to the award-winning Ivy Granger Psychic Detective urban fantasy series. Winner of the Imadjinn Award for Best Short Story and winner of the Independent Audiobook Award for Best Short Story.

When a client claims that her house is being haunted, Ivy tries to keep her mind open and her weapons handy. If her psychic gifts and recent cases have taught her anything, it's that you're better off arming yourself for the unexpected.

Will our favorite psychic detective face down murderous ghosts? Anything is possible in Harborsmouth.

"I absolutely love this series!"
-My Urban Fantasies

"Highly recommended to adult urban fantasy fans."
-Rabid Reads

"Ivy is one of my all-time favorite Urban Fantasy characters."
-The Reading Diaries

"Lose yourself in the world of Harborsmouth."
-Reading Lark

"The Ivy Granger series is fantastic!"
-Book Bite Reviews

The Ivy Granger Psychic Detective series is known for heart-pounding action, quirky characters, and supernatural horrors. Take a trip to Harborsmouth where you'll encounter bloodsucking vampires, psychotic faeries, sarcastic gargoyles, temperamental witches, and our favorite snarky, occult detective.

Frostbite is a 2018 Imadjinn Award winner and a 2019 Independent Audiobook Award winner.

Frostbite is now available as a single short story. Previously published in Tales from Harborsmouth and included in the Ivy Granger Psychic Detective Box Set.

Award-Winning Series: The Ivy Granger series has won numerous awards, including the BTS Red Carpet Award for Best Novel, the Imadjinn Award for Best Short Story, the Raven Award for Best Urban Fantasy Novel, the Independent Audiobook Award for Best Short Story, the PRG Reviewer's Choice Award for Best Paranormal Fantasy Novel, Best Urban Fantasy Novel, and finalist for Best Urban Fantasy Series.

Other audiobooks in the Ivy Granger Series:

Blood and Mistletoe 


Shadow Sight

Burning Bright

Birthright

Hound's Bite




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