Well, it’s been a while, but we are back and, as always, we have something interesting to tell.
Our first year in Reno/Sparks has been fantastic…new restaurants, different weather, meeting new people, and new places to travel. It seems to never end. This fresh canvas has brought us new adventures and experiences.
It also seems that we have created some adventures on our own.
We have started a house hunt. Yes, the House of M may be finding a permanent place to root. Bids have been offered and, as of this blog, we are waiting for a response, fingers crossed.
It’s not a time for downsizing as we still need an office for Lori, and a space for her to continue creating her amazing quilts, but the adventure grows as we now need a spot for Moulliet Voice Pro .
I have decided to continue using my voice. After years of singing and public speaking, I have chosen to use my experience and enter the voice over world. It is not glamorous, but it is exciting and a career I can manage from the comfortable confines of the House of M.
The vocal booth is constructed and equipment has been purchased. Now it’s all in the auditioning and marketing, which I do consistently daily. Happily, I can report that I have landed my first job…an audiobook narration. “The Lost and Found” by Grant Fieldgrove is a fantastic read and I am thoroughly enjoying the process of creating the audiobook. The book is on schedule to be finished mid-April and should be available on Audible by the summer. Exciting!
Of course, that means I still keep the day job, but a career is something that I can control, so once again, fingers crossed.
I am focusing on Video Media Production companies that may need my voice for commercials, training videos, webcasts, and audiobooks. The industry is much more broad than I first imagined.
As only half of the House of M, I am happy to say that Lori has been my biggest supporter. I am truly a lucky man to have her in my corner. I will keep you up-to-date as things progress.