A day late and a dollar short. I kept trying to work on finishing this video, but life kept getting in the way. I did, however, get my seedlings planted, three chapters of DOTN** recorded, and my dishwasher repaired, so I’ll count this weekend as a victory.
Here is Episode Three of David Narrates Books, in which I read a section of Chapter Two, whine a little bit about difficult character voices and talk about this excellent app I’ve been using called Detail.
**Dance of the Nutcracker
‘Yellow’ by Scott Buckley – released under CC-BY 4.0. www.scottbuckley.com.au
‘Drosselmeyer Main Theme’ by Paul Thompson. Copyright House of El Music.
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Can you believe it’s May already?!
You may have seen a notification from me elsewhere explaining that I’ll soon be focusing (nearly) exclusively on my Substack content. I am truly grateful to everyone who has been following my journey here on WordPress over the past couple of years. I would be honored if you would head over to davidsheley.substack.com and subscribe to my newsletter. Initially, it will be the same content as you see here, but as I make the transition, I will allow my WordPress site to fade into the background as my Substack publications come online. If you’d like to know more about what this Substack stuff is all about, drop me a comment, and I’d be happy to tell you more.
The Nutcracker Trilogy
I will continue to shamelessly promote these books because I’m so excited about being a small part of Drosselmeyer’s journey. If you’re new here, let me encourage you to check out The Nutcracker Trilogy by Paul Thompson. All three books are available in print and as e-books. Books one and two are available as audiobooks, narrated by yours truly. Click the links below to explore.
Oh, and it doesn’t have to be Christmas for you to enjoy these stories (just like it doesn’t have to be Christmas to enjoy Harry Potter).
Apple Books / Apple Audiobooks / Amazon / Audible
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