Selected Audiography

Writer to Writer Writer to Writer, by Gail Carson Levine / Harper Audio

“Narrator Heather Henderson does a superb job of capturing the enthusiasm of the text . . . Henderson’s pacing allows listeners to absorb the author’s pointers on creating memorable characters, creatures, and worlds . . . ” [more]

Brain on Fire by Susannah Cahalan / HighBridge Audio

“Susannah Cahalan was 24 when an unknown illness surfaced, causing alarming behavioral symptoms that led to a forced hospital stay. Having no memory of the experience herself, the trained journalist drew upon family records and her own medical file, including startling videotape, to reconstruct the trajectory of her illness and reveal a medical mystery to rival an episode of “House.” Echoing the blend of memoir and journalism, narrator Heather Henderson modulates the story’s shifting emotional undercurrent with her careful use of tone and pacing. . . . ” [more]

The Curve Of Time The Curve Of Time, by Muriel Wylie Blanchet / Post Hypnotic Press

“Heather Anne Henderson will make you visualize precisely the very detailed descriptions that Blanchet gives in The Curve of Time: Memoirs about the Coastal Waters of the Pacific. Ms. Henderson’s voice is gentle, and pleasant and a joy to listen to. . .” [more]
The Grateful Life The Grateful Life, by Nina Lesowitz and Mary Beth Sammons / Blackstone Audio

“The Grateful Life is a guide to discovering and achieving one’s dreams by harnessing the power of a positive attitude. . .” [more]
The Big Tiny The Big Tiny, by Dee Williams / Blackstone Audio

“Heather Henderson is the perfect narrator for this memoir of starting over and staying small. After developing a heart condition, Williams re-thinks her fast-paced life and takes on the ultimate do-it-yourself project . . . ” [more]
Flight of the Sparrow Flight of the Sparrow, by Amy Belding Brown / Blackstone Audio

“Narrator Heather Henderson presents this carefully constructed portrait of Mary Rowlandson, a woman who was sold into service to a local native tribe in the early years of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Henderson captures Mary’s conflict between her strict Puritan upbringing and her terror and heartbreak at the loss of her world and her family. . .” [more]

The Dynamics of Disaster The Dynamics of Disaster, by Susan W. Kieffer / Blackstone Audio

“Natural disasters bedevil our planet, and each appears to be a unique event.  Leading geologist Susan W. Kieffer shows how all disasters are connected. . . . ” [more]

Here is Our God, Here is Our God, by Kathleen B. Nielson and D.A. Carson / eChristian

“With contributions from popular Bible teachers such as Tim Keller, John Piper, Nancy Leigh DeMoss, and Kathleen Nielson, this collection of biblical expositions explores the incredible accounts of God revealing himself visibly to his followers in Scripture. . . ” [more]

A Vow for Always: The Discovery, Part 6, A Vow for Always: The Discovery, Part 6, by Wanda E. Brunstetter / Oasis Audio

“After months of facing nothing but blank memories, “Eddie” remembers his name – Luke – and his past seems within his reach.  But there are still many pieces left to place. . . .” [more]

Found in Him Found in Him by Elyse M. Fitzpatrick

“Everyone, Christians included, knows what it’s like to feel isolated and alone. We’ve all wondered if anyone really understands us or truly cares about our lives. The good news is that we aren’t alone . . .” [more]

The Philadelphia Chromosome The Philadelphia Chromosome, by Jessica Wapner / HighBridge Audio

“Heather Henderson’s vocal projection embodies a level of confidence and certainty that makes Wapner’s prose sound even more authoritative. Henderson’s deep, warm voice weaves the different elements of this story–technical jargon, anecdotes, interviews, and historical details–into a coherent listening experience that extends the book’s value. . . . Henderson aids understanding by shifting into more a deliberate and emphatic delivery in these sections. In addition, her character voices are substantively different enough to make clear who is speaking . . .” [more]
The Boy on the Porch The Boy on the Porch, by Sharon Creech / Harper Audio

“Narrator Heather Henderson’s soothing voice carries the listener through the unraveling mystery and beauty in this story about love, family, and cherishing moments and people . . .” [more]

An Amish Kitchen by Beth Wiseman, Amy Clipston, and Kelly Long / Oasis Audio

“Heather Henderson’s performance conveys warmth and tenderness in three stories about family, faith, and forgiveness. Through variations in tone and pacing, Henderson injects a wide range of vocal qualities into the diverse characters. . . .” [more]

Finding Your Way in a Wild, New World by Martha Beck / HighBridge Audio

“Sociologist and life coach Martha Beck shows how to overcome the limitations of language-based thinking and free up our imaginations and productivity. Heather Henderson’s assertive reading reflects the author’s own brave journey and captures the natural confidence in Beck’s writing. With flawless elocution and phrasing, Henderson’s performance is totally in sync with the worldly author’s let-the-dogs-out energy. . . .” [more]

The Earth Moved, by Amy Stewart / HighBridge Audio

“Stewart provides a well-informed gardener’s-eye view of the extraordinary achievements of earthworms—the movers of the earth. Her treatment of these important ecosystem engineers is both hands-on and scholarly. . . Heather Henderson’s warm alto adds significantly to the performance of the book. Her narration makes the topics sound friendly and familiar. . . .” [more]

The 10 Commandments of Money, by Liz Weston / Blackstone Audio

“Heather Henderson’s pleasing performance is a steady presence in this up-to-date guide to managing money. Her reassuring voice strikes the right balance between sounding perky enough to give the reading a personality and mature enough to make listeners respect the information and advice. . . .” [more]


Goodbye to Yesterday: The Discovery, Part 1 Goodbye to Yesterday: The Discovery, Part 1, by Jessica Wapner / HighBridge Audio
The Thinking Moms' Revolution The Thinking Moms’ Revolution, collected by Helen Conroy and Lisa Joyce Goes / Audible, Inc.

Christine Jorgensen: A Personal Autobiography, by Christine Jorgensen / Audible, Inc.

I’d Rather Be in Charge, by Charlotte Beers / Blackstone Audio

Two Whole Cakes, by Lesley Kinzel / Audible, Inc.

The Caregiver: Families of Honor, Book 1, by Shelley Shepard Gray / Blackstone Audio

Succeed by Heidi Grant Halvorsen / Blackstone Audio

Hit the Road by Caroline B. Cooney / Audible, Inc.

Neurosis and Human Growth by Karen Horney, M.D. / Blackstone Audio

UFOs by Leslie Kean / Blackstone Audio

But Remember Their Names, by Hillary Bell Locke