Praise for Blunderwoman Productions
Awards & reviews
Audie Award Nominee best Original Work 2018
Nevertheless We Persisted
Review from AudioFile Magazine:
"This powerful volume of life-affirming poetry and prose is narrated by a variety of feminist voices. As the narrators perform their own pieces and, at times, those written by others, the quality of the delivery remains constant. The variety of narrators works together as a sort of contemporary Greek chorus, encouraging listeners to give voice to their experiences of triumph and trauma. It's a volume you might want to start and stop at various places throughout the week. The sweetly somber tone of the works is especially suitable for a morning walk or an evening soak in the tub. For those in need of an uplifting listen, this will become a fast favorite." M.R. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine [Published: NOVEMBER 2017]
AudioBook Reviewer's Choice Award Winner
Schaffer doesn’t waste time reminiscing about his childhood but includes enough backstory to give us perspective. With over twenty years of experience and a father with another 30 years, the author is more than expert in what it is to be part of a police organization. If someone were to ask, “can someone explain what is happening with the police recently,” it’s Bernard Schaffer.
James Patrick Cronin is a veteran narrator who has over 200 books on Audible alone. If I hadn’t known that he was narrating, I would have simply said, “wow, this cop’s got a really good voice, he should do voice work.” While I credit Cronin for his reading, he had a really well-written book to read from.
THE BRINK was the recipient of the 2017 APA-Audie Award for Best Short Story/Collection. Read Audiofile's October 2016 review.
THE BRINK was also a 2016 Voice Arts Awards Nominee.
From AudioBook Reviewer
The narrator ... did an excellent job of capturing and then projecting the rhythm of Wyshynski’s writing building excitement and using careful pauses. Eby’s voice was calming and when appropriate she injected the right amount of emotion into the reading making the book come alive for me. The poetic prose rolled off her tongue.