Attached is a link to a blog post on my new Babylon Tales site about making the change. But take a look around, too. I'm very much in early stages. I have not got everything in its place. But I'd be curious to hear feedback for sure.
For me, Tales From Babylon (or Babylon Tales) is a brand which represents a collection of stories which take place within the fictional city of Babylon (or are somehow connected to it). I started this project in 2005, and its sprawled across short stories, novels, novellas, series of novels, and even screenplays. I wish I could say this project was done and dusted. But I'm not there yet... however, I do know how it ends. :)
Boy, that Jean's a swell gal!
In Episode 2 of CONFABULATION, Kelsye Nelson (CEO and author) we'll be joining us for a conversation about writing, her start-up Writer.ly and a little bit of everything in-between.
Link: CONFABULATION - Episode 2 - Kelsye Nelson
Special thanks to Caffe Vita for letting us setup shop in their domain. And to Heather Russell who made the CONFABULATION image.
Personal notes. I filmed this episode while on vacation this past summer with the family in Seattle, Washington. It took me significantly longer to edit than I anticipated for a few reasons, one of which was the scattering of my home office after Missouri received a lot of flooding. We were fortunate to come away with just some damaged carpet in the home office, some of my fellow Missourians were not so fortunate. I'm glad to have it finished, even though I had to make some sacrifices and had some audio issues and spent extra time syncing audio (my least favorite thing in editing). On a positive note, I've learned a few things; 1) working from Windows MovieMaker is still annoying, 2) I like these episodes better if we're moving (granted, I enjoyed my time at Cafe Vita), 3) Kelsye and I have a lot of body language going on that's rather humorous (and a psychiatrist's playground), 4) and I probably have enough material for another episode, so there may be a part two later.
(PS-the first time I posted YouTube did not embed like it should, the little snot)
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