Adventures in Writing: Minor setback

So my left hand has been sore for about 2 weeks now. I figured that I had overworked it while at work moving some cookbooks (those monsters are heavy!).

Even though I was resting it on my off days, the soreness persisted. I finally went to the hospital and thankfully, I don’t have a fracture. But they figured that I had pulled a tendon in my hand, hence the soreness.

If you follow me on twitter or Instagram, then you’ve seen the splint I have to wear for the week. It’s not bad, but I do have to get used to slowing it down for a minute. So instead of tying with one hand, I’m putting my writing on hold for the week. Doctor’s orders are to rest my hand, so that’s what I’ll be doing. I need my hands to be at 100%, so I think my characters can wait one week.

What are you guys up to this week?

#throwbackThursday: Voiceover


For #throwbackThursday, in addition to doing a musical post, I also wanted to share something else. In addition to improving my writing, I’ve been doing some VO—voiceover—practice. You hear VO in everyday life, from the radio promo ads, the cartoons you watch, the audiobooks you listen to, and even the phone tree of the company you call. VO seems very easy, but I can tell you from experience that it’s very challenging. But it’s a lot of fun!

I was going to share a video response to my demo question I’d asked Juan Carlos Bagnell—SomeAudioGuy—but the video had been removed. So instead, I’ve posted the links to a 3-part interview Crispin Freeman did with Juan about commercial VO casting. I hope you enjoy!

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3