So I was on the phone yesterday with Shannon Parks, whom you know as Marguerite Gavin, the narrator of my audio books.
She always calls when she’s proofing the audio of the most recent book. Which would be
She told me that when she came upstairs from her studio after she finished recording the book, her husband took one look at her red eyes and said
“Ah, another Old Sam day.”
I also asked her, with some trepidation, how, as a Shakespearan (she’s played Juliet, Lady Capulet and the Nurse in stage productions), she felt about my version of Romeo and Juliet. I’m relieved to report that she loved it. “The play is such a betrayal of the children,” she said. I myself have always felt that Romeo and Juliet was much more about the families than it was about the kids.
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