"Ann Richardson is a voiceover professional in every sense of the word. With an exceptionally listenable voice, she makes sense of everything she narrates and draws the listener in. Talented, dependable, personable and proficient. You couldn't ask for a better combination."
-Marc Cashman, Cashman Commercials
Ann spent the winter holidays narrating a series of books written by Linda K. Hubalek, the pioneer author. These books are historical fiction based on Hubalek's genealogy research of her ancestors, who emigrated from Sweden to homestead on the Kansas prairie in the 1860's. These books are beautifully written and depict the difficulties of not only being a foreigner in America, but surviving illness, accidents, and the weather. The author still lives on the land her relatives homesteaded! But what made this project poignant for Ann, is that her own father emigrated from Sweden to Nebraska in the 1960's. She is conversant in Swedish and goes to Sweden every few years to visit family there. Growing up on the great plains of Nebraska instilled in her a love of the land and the history of the people who settled it. These books are rife with Scandinavian words and phrases, descriptions of customs and traditions, and Ann felt right at home, empathizing with each character and situation.