News: 25 September 2018: Caroline Leech, author Of In Another Time's latest blog about the audiobook recording of In Another Time:
What the authors and critics are saying about the audiobooks I've recorded:
Christmas At The Island Hotel by Jenny Colgan
Eilidh Beaton masterfully handles a variety of accents that dance in listeners' ears. Casual conversations lift off the page with Beaton's lively character voices.
Stormy Petrel by Mary Stewart
Through thoughtful pacing, Beaton allows listeners to absorb the descriptions of the beautiful Hebridean landscape and her varied accents distinguish the islanders from the British vacationers.
Remember Me by Lesley Pearce
Beaton's soft, feminine voice captures all of Mary's conflicting emotions while maintaining enough distance to describe the reality of life in colonial Sidney. The performance brings (all of the characters) to life.
The Bone Snatcher by Charlotte Salter
Narrator Eilidh Beaton superbly introduces Salter's macabre debut.
Rose Rivers by Jacqueline Wilson
Narrator Eilidh Beaton's gift with accents will sweep listeners into Victorian Times
Rachel Redford, audio book critic: Our Endless Numbered Days by Claire Fuller
The narrator, Eilidh Beaton, hugely increases the effect of the narrative through her creation of a child's voice without being coy or irritating.
Claire Fuller, author of Desmond Elliott Award winning, Our Endless Numbered Days:
I was so delighted when I heard Eilidh's recording of Our Endless Numbered Days. She captured the narrator's voice exactly as I had imagined it and the other characters were also well realised, including the male ones and those with foreign accents. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend her.