Below are individual Fiction & Non Fiction samples of Daniel's Narration.
He has a home studio and produces as well as narrates audiobooks.
Daniel is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA.
Daniel's AUDIBLE Page is HERE
"Daniel Henning is a great narrator for this quirky and theatrical audiobook. Henning revels in a cornucopia of characters, diving into nuanced voices and colorful moments with accents and growls, tone shifts and whispers. The contemporary touches keep the story humorously timely, and Henning's delivery is welcoming or satirical when necessary. Some characters are so well developed through Henning's vocal stylings that they inspire laugh-out-loud moments. "
Audiofile Magazine Review (June 2020) of The House in the Cerulean Sea
"Daniel Henning's wry tone and suspenseful pacing match the high stakes of Sass's adventurous island mystery. Henning builds tension as secrets and murder throw the island into chaos. Through humor, honesty, and deft characterizations, Henning heightens the fear and hope in Sass's narrative as painful and profound moments reflect Connor's growing self-confidence as a leader."
Audiofile Magazine Review (January 2021) of Surrender Your Sons
"Henning has just the right touch of humor and enthusiasm... this lively recording is as entertaining as it is informative."
ALA Booklist Review (Dec 2020) of A Walk Around the Block
"Listeners might chuckle along as Daniel Henning gives voice to Spike Carlson's indignant feelings about a frozen water line. Henning's tone of self-deprecation might strike a chord with listeners as Carlson discovers he doesn't know how water gets to his faucets... Henning brings listeners into Carlson's feelings of confidence, then embarrassment, as his recycling habits are audited. Henning becomes an energetic candidate as Carlson puts forth a tree's campaign speech, proving its value."
Audiofile Magazine Review (Dec 2020) of A Walk Around the Block
"Daniel Henning gives a compelling narration of this dark fantasy novella. Henning fully commits to this tale, providing a nearly breathless and deliciously evil-sounding narration while also developing unique voices and presenting surprisingly layered characters. The story is well served by Henning's theatrical performance."
Audiofile Magazine Review (2019) of The Monster of Elendhaven:
"Easy on the ear, Henning sounds interested and educational; he entertains by highlighting the material presented without calling unnecessary attention to his delivery. The result is a lively production that will stick with listeners..."
Audiofile Magazine Review (Feb 2020) of Secondhand:
Guinness' story is about Daniel at age 12. Listen to Daniel's memoir sample for more fun