London, Canada, August 17, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Narrator Paula Lin breathes life into “Provenance,” the true story of one of the twentieth century’s most audacious and brilliant art frauds. The audio book takes the reader around the globe including such cosmopolitan locales such as London, Paris, and New York. Provenance was written by investigative journalists Laney Salisbury and Aly Sujo and was published in print by Penguin Press (USA) July 2009.
Lin was commissioned to record by Ms. Violy McCausland-Seve, Chairman and President of Violy & Company in NYC, the audio book narration was promised to be a one-of-a-kind gift to a visually impaired relation of McCausland-Seve.
Paula Lin’s clear, enthusiastic and precise narration was well received by McCausland-Seve who stated that the work would be cherished for years to come. Lin has been chosen as one of the “2010/2011 National Professional Association of Women" recipients.
About Paula Lin
“Paula T. Lin is a successful voice over artist and multi-award-winning broadcast journalist. She is also an editorial consultant. Lin’s motto is “Need a Voice? Here’s Your Choice! The Definitive Voice at Your Service!” With that motto comes a promise: “Remember, the Definitive Voice & Word, when Read or Heard, Leaves Your Clients Shaken & Stirred!” ™
Lin’s professional affiliations have included: CNN, Reuters, Public Affairs Group, Washington Convention Center Authority, Montgomery County Public Schools, Peach State Public Radio, Atlanta Public Television, and various New York – tri-state radio stations.
Lin has been tapped to be one of the National Association of Professional Women’s “2010 Women of the Year” winners.
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