An Audie Award and Earphones Award winning narrator, Piper has recorded over 250 titles for major publishers such as Audible Studios, Penguin Random House, Macmillan, Harper Collins, Simon & Schuster, and Tantor, as well as for indie authors, and articles for Apple News +. She is a four time Audie Award Finalist, and has narrated works by Meg Cabot, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Alison Bechdel, and John Irving, as well as classics by L.M Montgomery and Thornton Wilder.
If you're an author, please feel free to contact Piper about full production packages for your book. She is also available to direct projects & work with first time author/narrators.
If you have a title requiring two voices, please see Little Town Studios, where Piper works with her husband, narrator Gabriel Vaughan. #marrators
Romance, Young Adult, and Literary Fiction...
with a side of murder.
The End of my Heart was a 2021 Audie Award Finalist for Best Original Work
"The cast is simply spectacular as they go all-in to capture the sounds of old-time radio. Listeners must be prepared to leave their earbuds in because once they start this, they won’t want to stop." 2021 Audies Finalist © AudioFile
"With her warm and compassionate voice, narrator Piper Goodeve makes this middle school audiobook resonate... Meg must discover her own voice and figure out who she is, and Goodeve's skillful portrayal helps her do that. Her realistic tone and emotional nuances capture a wide range of feelings as Meg muddles through the complexities of changing friendships." © AudioFile
"Piper Goodeve is the ideal narrator for this coming-of-age audiobook. Goodeve conveys every degree of Evie's perceptiveness, regret, and intelligence as she yearns for a more settled life. Listeners will worry about her... An accomplished and well-paced narration..."
"This first-person story requires narrator Piper Goodeve to portray the wide array of emotions experienced by its teenage protagonist. Goodeve brings Frances to life, capturing the young witch's personality and placing listeners in the setting of 1911 New York. When conflicts arise, Goodeve's narration highlights the action without sacrificing Frances's emotional reactions. This bewitching production will have listeners hoping for a sequel." © AudioFile
"Goodeve will impress listeners with her ability to consistently portray Codi's rapid development and make each supporting character vivid. Her performance of a teen who is exploring her sexual preference and the LGBTQ community is authentic and refreshing." © AudioFile
"In this moving audiobook, narrator Piper Goodeve superbly guides listeners through the complicated emotional journey of Charlotte, a 29-year-old widow. Vibrant supporting characters, especially Charlotte's quirky, kindhearted roommate, and her mother, Jean, with her delightful Brooklyn accent, help Charlotte reassess her past and reinvigorate her personal life." © AudioFile
"Piper did a tremendous job capturing Allison's humor and tone. It's almost insane how much she sounds like my internal voice for Allison." Madeleine Roux, Author, Allison Hewitt is Trapped
"Piper made every character feel brand new to me (and that's saying something, considering how much time I spent thinking and writing about them). I loved the way she voiced Hannah -- it was like she intuitively understood her character the same way I did. I had never truly "heard" her voice before - in terms of not being able to separate it from my own - but Piper made her feel distinct and real and nuanced. It was like I was seeing her as a separate entity (from myself) for the first time." -Kelly Quindlen, Author, Her Name in the Sky
"Piper sent this audio over the top in my opinion. She breathed life in to the story and elevated it which is always the sign of a great narrator to me. Piper's ability to be a vocal chameleon and bring realism and emotion to both male and female characters is uncommon in the audiobook world and makes me seek her books out." - Lydia Rella, Aural Fixation, London Bound by Amy Daws