Emily is adept at learning accents. Here's a list of accents she's already used in her narrations: General American, New York, Southern, Texan, British (RP and Cockney), French, Russian, Irish, Greek, Indian, German, Yiddish, Israeli, Egyptian, Turkish, Hispanic, Italian, Australian, Polish, and Romanian.
Southern: Mystery. A buried treasure provides answers to a haunting at a 19th century mansion. F/M/M
Indian: Adina's violin teacher breaks off their affair and is worried about her mental health. M/F
French: Memoir. National
Geographic Adventurer of the Year tells of her three year solo trek from Siberia to Australia.
New York: Katy deals with obnoxious VIPs at the club she inherited from her late father. M/F
German: A Holocaust survivor visits the German town of her childhood.
Russian: Ivan tells the story of how he ended up in a Russian prison. M/F
Australian: Piety and Kaleb
realize they really do have feelings for each other. M/F
Indian: Adina talks to her mom (who has a speech impediment) about Huntington's Disease. F/F
British: Mary Ann, the scullery maid, helps Sir Rufus train to fight the Jabberwocky. F/F/M
Greek: A woman finds her husband in bed with another woman. M'F
Hispanic: Martinez admits to the woman he loves that he's responsible for the death of both her parents. M/F
Irish: Overbearing Jack Scanlan contemplates life while his children visit him in the hospital. M/M/F