When you listen to an audiobook, a great narrator transforms the experience into a lush theater of the mind.
Such a talent is Mark Kamish.
But he is much more than a skilled narrator. His past makes for a stirring tale of its own:
Mark is enjoying the ride on which life is taking him. Ghost of a Chance is Mark's first published audiobook, but he is not new to storytelling.
A student of award-winning audiobook narrator Carrington MacDuffie,
Mark has been able to cultivate and fine tune his craft both in the courtroom (trying cases to juries) and
on stage, acting in a variety of greater-Indianapolis community theater productions.
"I am so pleased my first author-narrator experience was with Roland.
Not only was he helpful, patient and my loudest cheerleader, his creativity and wit brought many smiles to my face over the past several months.
Roland's work was a great pleasure to read (even though I had to do it armed with dictionaries, thesauruses, dialect tapes, history books and literary encyclopedias!)."
"If stories come to you, care for them. And learn to give them away where they are needed. Sometimes a person needs a story more than food to stay alive."
~ from Crow and Weasel by Barry Lopez