About the Narrator:


Sally Barron (Sally Barron Voice Overs)

…Bringing Authors’ Work Alive with a Vocal Performance for Your Listening Pleasure…

Sally, a native of Wisconsin, began her voiceover career while working as a corporate trainer, lending her voice to eLearning courses. As she completed in-studio voiceover training with Voice Over Nation, she quickly discovered her love of audiobook narration. She has narrated over 40 books in a variety of genres from mysteries and sci-fi / fantasy to travel guides and middle grades children’s fiction, while her favorite is romance. With her warm, rich yet versatile voice, she loves to bring the authors characters and story to life for the listener.

While she loves her alone time with stories and recording in her home studio, Sally also spends time outdoors with her husband biking, hiking, and taking walks around their suburban Milwaukee village.

Audiobooks Performed
by Sally Barron


Young Adult Fantasy,
Space Opera,
Dark Fantasy

The Trekana – Book 1

Watchers can see and track a bird miles away; Listeners can hear a whisper a village away; and Knowers, extinct for 500 years, possessed telepathic powers straight out of a nightmare.

“The novel’s world-building is stellar… renders the complex history and culture of Alesea’s world with rich, evocative detail… With its deft storytelling, colorful and polished writing, and immensely likable central character, THE WATCHERS by Jo Sisk-Purvis is a captivating opening chapter of a promising new fantasy adventure series.” ~ Indie Reader, Edward Sung (4.5 STARS)


Literary Suspense /
Women’s Fiction /
Crime FIction

It will be the adventure of a lifetime for Carrie Brinkley… if she makes it to the end alive.

Firebird Book Awards –
Literary Titan Book
Awards – Gold Medal

When Carrie loses her job and boyfriend during the opening weeks of the pandemic, she’s determined to reset her life in a positive direction. The answer? A solo, two-month, cross-country bicycle trip from Virginia Beach to Mendocino, California.

Yet dangers lurk that she’d never anticipated. During Carrie’s idyllic journey across the continent, her greatest danger comes not from her encounters with angry animals, road hazards, or the elements. Something much worse stalks her—something much too human.