|Dawn of a new book -|
Yesterday, the quarterly royalty statement from a publisher that I worked with about eight years ago arrived in the mail - they owe me $54.83. That should dispel a few myths about the financial fortunes that await the storyteller with a talent for putting those stories on paper.
|Jay Leno and my dearest friend|
at Auo Books-Aero Books in Burbank
A bit intimidated and overwhelmed by the tsunami of technological change, as well as limitations imposed by a mere 24-hours in each day, and the need to ensure the habit of eating on a regular basis continues have all hindered developing a few of those projects to their full potential.
Okay, that was the rather lengthy introduction. Now, let's discuss the current state of the quest for the golden fleece, and its future.
First, the YouTube channel. Please, take a look, give me your thoughts, and subscribe today.
Next, for more than a year I have been beating my gums about a podcast. There have even been a few published recordings. Well, this morning I dusted off the project, took a deep breath, and thought to myself, enough is enough.
Folks are tired of hearing me beat my gums about this. I am tired of hearing me beat my gums about this. So, come hell or high water there will be a podcast.
I have been working a bit with Audacity in an effort to ensure the final product was polished and professional. Then I had another idea, why not a podcast about.... learning how to create a podcast, how to develop and market a Facebook page, how to get a book published, how to market the book when its published, and the new technologies behind all of this. We can learn together.
In between, to fill space, I can share our adventures on the road less traveled. This was a primary reason for commencing this quest in the first place, the sharing of adventures and encouraging folks to take adventures of their own.
With the next blog post I should be able to give a more concrete schedule for both the podcast and YouTube channel updates. Let's see how that goes.
First, tomorrow I have a lunch meeting, and in the afternoon, a radio interview. I also need to finalize the contract for a new book, and see if the proposed US 6 project can be nudged forward a bit.