Audiobook news

My long-lost audiobook narration career was rediscovered (by me) in 2019, when I produced and narrated one of the books in the Pacific Homicide series by Patricia Smiley. I’ve now completed that trilogy of Patty’s along with a bunch of other books, including The Necklace, a truly thrilling suspense novel by the very talented Matt Witten featuring the unlikeliest of heroines, one you cannot stop rooting for. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll get country music stuck in your head. And this just in! (Actually, this just out!): Death in a Small Town, the second novel I got to narrate for the talented and prolific Gay Toltl Kinman. A classic whodunnit, set in classic California. Check it out! You can read more about my narration and see the latest books available here.


Welcome to my website. I’m Harley: Actor, Writer, Mom, Green-eyed (bleach) blond, Aquarius-with-Pisces-rising, non-native Californian, vegetarian, caffeine junkie, lover of Shakespeare, Sondheim, Stoppard, Spock & Kirk, Mulder & Scully, Watson & Holmes, dogs and cats, French & Italian, Dr. Seuss, Dr. Who, yoga, running, naps, Richard Feynman, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Robert Sapolsky, Byron Katie, 007, Tina Packer, Ram Dass, tap dancing, tango, Costco, the New Yorker, New York, New Orleans, London, Paris, Bing cherries, double espresso, rain, ghost stories, string instruments, string theory, Adrienne Rich, Obi Wan Kenobi, Georgette Heyer, Virginia Woolf, Captain Jack Sparrow, Bach, Beethoven and Brahms, Christmas, full moons, new moons, old boyfriends, shooting stars, checkerboards, jigsaw puzzles, crossword puzzles, labyrinths, Halloween, magic, fairy tales, the 12 steps, space heaters, seances, geniuses, comic books, Krav Maga, Aikido, Susan Peirce Thompson, Junie B. Jones, grand pianos, popcorn, clocks, poems, Winnie-the-Pooh, gel pens, heated pools, Randy Rainbow, libraries, train stations, trains, hot air balloons, blue jeans, children’s choirs, memories of my mother, Central Park, Topanga Canyon, candle light, twilight, fancy fonts, my kids, other people’s kids, and anything that makes me laugh. This is not a comprehensive list.

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