It’s time to meet Thérèse Plummer. She is a seasoned professional behind the microphone narrating over 450 audiobooks and has amassed numerous awards for her work including the coveted Audie Award in 2020. Get to know Thérèse on a deeper level in her fascinating audio Q&A as we shine a light on her in this month’s Narrator Spotlight Series.
* Thérèse was recently in a devastating car crash by a drunk driver. Though she sustained multiple severe injuries, she is in stable condition and undergoing major surgical operations. If you would like to help her and her family with medical bills and other expenses in these tough times, please go to their GoFundMe here.
The delightful Thérèse Plummer is everything a listener yearns for in an audiobook. Her soothing voice allows you to become fully immersed and escape into your favorite stories no matter the genre. Her collaborative work on The Only Plane In The Sky: An Oral History of 9/11 by Garrett M. Graff, which won Audiobook of the Year, netted her an Audie Award in 2020, and her work on the multicast Sadie by Courtney Summers won her another in 2019. We’re especially proud of her Audie nomination for the Podium Audio title The Rogue Planets Shaken by Lee W. Brainard.
While she is definitely an exceptional narrator, Thérèse is an even more exceptional person. Get to know her more on a personal level in the below audio Q&A. Make sure to check out all of Thérèse’s Podium titles here before heading over to her website to find out what else she has worked on.
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