Life sure takes some weird twists and turns, huh? I am currently in Cleveland until the end of February. Why, you ask? It's a bit of a long story, but the short version is I needed to be with my husband, who has a contract in Cleveland at present. Family always comes first, and we decided it was best to be together at this time. Thankfully we were able to make that work while putting a few things on hold. Namely, after getting cast as the lead in Talus Film's new short "The Promotion", I unfortunately had to drop out. I sincerely hope I get to work with that team in the future, and am incredibly appreciative of their understanding my current situation. I am also delaying my entry into On Camera 2 at Vagabond until their spring session in March. While I'm in Cleveland, I'll have plenty of time to focus on getting chapters of the audiobook I'm currently working on (Murmurs in the Mountains) uploaded for my author (Jeanne Hardt) to review. I look forward to completing this third installment of the Smoky Mountain Secrets Saga, and who knows - we could be on to the fourth before summer hits.
A last bit of news - I recently recorded a spokesperson VO for Surebonder, a company that sells hot glue guns and other fasteners and accessories. The accompanying video should be available on Youtube soon, and I'll be sure to add that to my Voiceover page when available.
I look forward to returning to Chicago soon! Onwards and upwards, friends.
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