Video Blog 1: Introduction

So here is my first video blog! Every Saturday is the plan. Was thinking Monday, but that would be immensely difficult. There are times where my computer couldn’t keep up, so the visual freezes, but I was pleased enough with the audio that I didn’t want to mess with it. If you have anything you want me to talk about in the future, just leave a comment.

17 Comments on “Video Blog 1: Introduction

  1. Very cool, Paul! Identified immediately with the mask from Venice. I have one, too. I’ll be praying for all success, and I work in my pjs, too, although my environs is not nearly as cold as your. -40? Brrrrr. Stay warm, and please get fresh bread! And maybe some veggies and soup. πŸ˜‰

      • Definitely! And the weekends are a good time for it, when we have more time to watch. Maybe you could even read excerpts from your writing. In costume.

      • Haha. I’m not sure about costume. Maybe if it’s a bed time scene. But I don’t think anyone wants to see how Kelst sleeps πŸ˜‰ Will keep that in mind.

  2. A good introduction, Paul! Video work can be time consuming. I hope that you are able to keep up with the vlogs!

  3. So jealous of your book shelves! I love book shelves lol. Mine didn’t make it through the last few moves πŸ˜₯

    Good luck with your writing! My goal is to also finish no later than March. Then it’s query letters and breaking into that business.

    • I went the self published route, so fortunately don’t have to worry about that. Good luck! And yes, bookshelves are amazing! I will weep for your fallen furniture.

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