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Julia Whelan, author and audiobook narrator extraordinaire!

Even if Julia's name isn't familiar believe us when we tell you that her voice is. Julia has over 300 narrator credits to her name and is THE go-to person for audiobooks. Adam and Julia chat about the prep that goes into her narration, what types of books she stays away from and her other passion... being a Tea sommelier!

Be sure to check out her debut novel My Oxford Year


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