Tuesday, December 31, 2013

2013 Year In Review

Orlagh had an outstanding year which include her performances in ten audiobook hits. The year began with the release of Leaving Everything Most Loved book ten in the popular Maisie Dobbs Series. Next came the highly anticipated While We Were Watching Downton Abbey.

Additional releases were We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves, Chose The Wrong Guy Gave Him The Wrong Finger and sought after I'd Know You Anywhere, My Love.

Orlagh and David Baldacci fans got two great releases: The Hit an international and New York Times Best Seller and King And Maxwell based on the television series.

Fan favorites for the year include The Impossible Lives of Greta Wells, In Falling Snow: A Novel and The Astronaut Wives Club: A True Story chosen best in 2013 by both BookPage and AudioFile Magazine.

A highlight of Orlaghs year was her guest appearance on the CBS hit drama series Elementary episode The Marchioness.

Congratulations goes out to Orlagh for her stellar performances and making 2013 her best year to date.

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Happy Holidays 2013

Seasons Greetings and Happy Holidays to Orlagh and family, friends, and followers. The best of wishes to all this holiday season.

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Orlagh & Guiding Light Friends

Orlagh had the opportunity to reunite with a couple of her Guiding Light friends Elizabeth Keifer and Beth Chamberlin recently to share, and reminisce.

Want to bask in some Guiding Light memories? Check out some of the best moments Orlagh had as her character Doris Wolfe.

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Orlagh Cassidy Best Audiobooks 2013

Orlagh scored Best Audiobook in two categories on the 20 20 Year In Audiobooks 2013 list at AudioFile Magazine. She topped the list in the Biography & History category for her narration of The Astronaut Wives Club by Lily Koppel and in the Mystery & Suspense category for her long running narration of the popular Maisie Dobbs Series by Jacqueline Winspear in her tenth Leaving Everything Most Loved.

Both audiobooks have received outstanding reviews and praise:

The Astronaut Wives Club

"Narrator Orlagh Cassidy's appealing tone recounts the history of the U.S. space program while capturing the difficulties of the "astro-wives," who were portrayed by NASA as perfectly poised and supportive no matter the situation or the intrusiveness of the press. Rendering the many scenes of the women interacting, Cassidy skillfully reveals their complex relationships. Her straightforward delivery depicts the isolation the wives experienced due to their husbands' absence--despite their connectedness with one another."

~ AudioFile Magazine ~

"Orlagh Cassidy immerses listeners in Maisie's personal situation, making her confusion palpable. She presents Maisie on more solid ground in her investigation of the murders of two Indian women. Cassidy draws believable characters--from Mr. Pramal, the brother of one of the dead women, to Maisie's office assistants and the street urchins she questions. With major life changes on the horizon, listeners will eagerly await Maisie's next adventure."

~ AudioFile Magazine ~

Congratulations goes out to Orlagh for her outstanding performances and for 2013 being her most phenominal audiobook narration year on record.