The Voice of Success
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Who will give voice to your message?
Harry Will!
Harry has written, produced and recorded commercials for over twenty-five years - from tape "carts" recorded in-studio in the 1980s to mp3 files created on his home computer and emailed to the station.

Harry has narrated multi-media productions as well as on-stage presentations such as performances by the Brockton Symphony Orchestra, where he serves as Master of Ceremonies and is the official "Voice of the Symphony."

Harry has entered the world of audiobook narration and production after a forty-year career as “Harry The Librarian” created limitless opportunities to use the media to promote the library. Harry loves to share uplifting nonfiction works that offer the listener the opportunity to improve and enjoy his or her life. His friendly manner and “accent-free” Northeastern US speech make for comfortable listening while challenging the listener to take heed of helpful ideas and techniques.

The "Audiobooks" button above links to my Narrator/Producer page at ACX. It has nearly 50 samples of my work, both auditions and works I was contracted to produce. I had 6 released in the last quarter of 2015 and 2 so far in 2016, with 6 more "in the pipeline." Most of what you will see if you click the "Commercials" button are recordings on Soundcloud for my radio commercials for concerts by the Brockton Symphony Orchestra. I have uploaded a couple of audiobook samples there as well, including this one for my most recent (as of late February 2016) audiobook.
As mentioned above, the "Commercials" button links to my Soundcloud page, which has samples of many of my radio advertisements for the Brockton Symphony Orchestra, with some other ads and a few audiobook related items. Here is one of my favorite "BrSO" commercials:

The "Blog" button above links to my "Harry The Librarian" blog at It is a free and informal site with book reviews, musings on society and the public library's place within it, and many other topics.
The "Bookstore" button takes you to a page on Amazon that displays all the books I have for sale. I have a small inventory of selected books. Unfortunately, if you click on one of them it takes you to the general listing for the book, with mine sometimes among many other offerings. I could probably resolve this by paying for some type of paid seller account, but I am too thrifty and it is only a pleasant sideline.
The "Weight Loss" button takes you to a description of my experience - nothing to sell, just information. The social media buttons are self-explanatory. Please enjoy my site and feel free to email questions and suggestions. Thank you!