top of page



An Audie award-winning audiobook narrator with multiple AudioFile Earphones Awards under her belt, Candice received an Audie nomination for Best Young Adult audiobook in 2019 and won the Audie Award for Best Short Stories/Collection Audiobook in 2023.


She is known in the audiobook community for her ability to learn new accents, has worked with all of the ‘Big 5’ publishers in the USA, and frequently narrates books in Australian, British, and US dialects while incorporating character accents from all over the world.


Video Game
Australian Commercial
USA Commercial


Australian Dialect

RP British Dialect

USA Standard Dialect



2023 Audie Award Winner for Best Short Stories/Collection Audiobook

"Each narrator in the ensemble is well matched to their story and contributes to a cohesive whole despite the array of authors, styles, and settings."


2023 Winner

N.M. 2023 Audies Winner © AudioFile 2023, Portland, Maine [Published: MARCH 2023]

"...Beautifully narrated by Candice Moll and Ron Butler, this audiobook leaves the listener cheering for the unlikely couple. Moll's narration perfectly captures Alice's brain injury, especially in her slow, thick speech...Both narrators bring the protagonists and supporting characters to life, drawing the listener into the world of their small Australian town." 

A.L.S.M. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine [Published: JULY 2018]

The Stars At Oktober Bend.jpg

2019 Nominee


"...Coulson's Lee and Moll's Annie are both very likable, and the narrators do an exceptional job expressing the characters' complex emotions as they begin to question the new meritocracy's harsh caste system. Moll also demonstrates her skill in the rich Scottish accents she gives characters from the Highlands."


S.P. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2020, Portland, Maine [Published: JANUARY 2020]

"...this coming of age story is lifted to another level by charismatic narration. Moll does an amazing job at bringing Masie’s words to life giving them humor, personality and spunk. The issues surrounding Masie’s body are handled delicately and realistically, and her journey to self love is honest and uplifting.

Amazing Audiobooks (#AA2022) Featured Review

Publication Date: April 5, 2021

Rachel Adams, King County Library System 

Amelia Westlake.jpg

"...Moll and Rosenberg nail the quirks and layers of their characters perfectly—from Will’s disaffected sneer, which covers up her deep vulnerability, to Harriet’s chipper observations, which are tinged with quiet desperation. The narrators excel at creating distinct voices for each girl while consistently mirroring the other in the dialogue between them. The consistency gives listeners insight into Will’s changing perception of Harriet and vice versa."

N.M. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine [Published: AUGUST 2019]

"...Candice Moll doesn't require much range in voicing the friends, and her steady narration serves the mysterious air of the letters better for it. Moll pulls in listeners with her crystal-clear reading of a found fifth letter that threatens to tear apart the friendships. 

A.L.C. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine [Published: AUGUST 2017]

The Fifth Letter.jpg
The Lines We Cross.jpg

"...Moll captures her fierce protection of her family, especially when anti-immigrant activists question the legitimacy of their restaurant... The author, an Islamophobia expert, has penned a story bound to make listeners think. The narrators’ expressiveness makes it even more real. 

S.W. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine [Published: JULY 2017]

"...Moll takes her time with Lou's never-to-be-sent letters to her boyfriend and shows her desperate heartbreak through a calm, almost detached tone. Both narrators prove themselves, like the characters they play, to be highly capable." 

E.M.C. © AudioFile 2014, Portland, Maine [Published: OCTOBER 2014]


"...Candice Moll transforms herself into 11-year-old Cassie Anderson, a peacock detective, in the way skilled narrators can do. Her delivery is rapid, the sentences pouring over listeners... Moll makes the most of both the mystery and the humor laced throughout the story."

 M.R. © AudioFile 2020, Portland, Maine [Published: MAY 2020]


Out of This Place.jpg
The Golden Child Pic.jpg
The Friendship Cure.jpg
Fury Song.jpg
The Gaps.jpg
Fumbled Love.jpg
Her last hope.jpg
The Man Ban.webp
bottom of page