Audiobooks combine Eunice’s love of storytelling and theatre with her life-long passion for books and language.

Eunice has recorded audiobooks for Audible, Tantor, and HarperAudio. These include memoirs such as New York Times Bestseller “Why Religion?” by renowned scholar Elaine Pagels and “The Woo-Woo” by Lindsay Wong, shortlisted for the Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust of Canada Prize for Nonfiction and a 2019 Canada Reads/CBC Books Selection; YA fantasy and sci fi such as “The Girl King” by Mimi Yu and “Zero G” by Dan Wells; investigative non-fiction such as New York Times Bestseller “American Fascists” by former war correspondent Chris Hedges; and romance titles like “The Bride’s Gift” by Raine Cantrell, “Hard Knocks” by Ruby Lang, and “Bombshell” by Jody Gehrman.

A word is dead

When it is said,

Some say.

I say it just

Begins to live

That day.
— Emily Dickinson
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